FT: Notts County 2 Bromley 2
Very entertaining game with good commentary from Charlie and Mark Stallard. County came back well in the 2nd half. Calvin Miller and Ruben Rodrigues combined well on the left and Rodrigues crossed for Kyle Wootton to score. Enzio Boldewijn came on at half time and he crossed from the right for Calvin Miller to head at goal. Mark Cousins in goal for Bromley made a good save but Rodrigues followed up to score. County should have gone on to win the game and Jim O'Brien hit the post and Ruben Rodrigues hit the bar with a free kick. The Bromley manager, Andy Woodman, brought on former Stags loan player, James Alibi, and young Birmingham loan player, Tate Campbell, and they combined to score Bromley's equaliser. James Alabi held the ball up down the right and laid it back to Joe Kizzi who crossed for Tate Campbell to score with a diving header.
Calvin Miller played really well for County down the left. It's surprising he was allowed to go out on loan by Harrogate and they have now released him. However if players do not fit in at Harrogate then Simon Weaver is quick to let them go. Ruben Rodrigues also played well.
Bromley have some experienced league players like former Daggers, Mark Cousins and Billy Bingham. They also have former Millwall and Bolton Championship midfield player Liam Trotter and Jack Bridge who has played for Southend, Northampton and Carlisle. Their captain is former AFC Wimbledon, Gateshead and Hereford defender, Chris Bush who played against the Stags many times in the National League. He takes the free kicks and also launches long throws into the area. Former Braintree player, Michael Cheek has scored 22 goals up front and caused problems in the air for County. Ben Williamson played up front for Port Vale and Cambridge. They also have some young lads on loan such as Alex Mitchell on loan from from Millwall and Tate Campbell on loan from Birmingham.
County MOM: Calvin Miller and Ruben Rodrigues
Bromley MOM: Chris Bush, Alex Mitchell and Joe Kizzi