Glossop North End 1-3 Workington AFC

Recap

NPL West NPL West 21/22

Amdec Forklift StadiumSurrey Street, Whitfield, High Peak, Derbyshire, East Midlands, England, SK13 7AJ, United Kingdom

Glossop North End
Glossop North End
Workington AFC
Borough Park, Workington, Cumbria, CA14 2DT
1 - 3
Final Score
Sam Barratt - 1 (12')
Conor Tinnion - 2 (70', 72')Steven Rigg - 1 (77')
Game Statistics
0 Yellow cards 0
0 Red cards 0
0 Corner Kick 0
0 Saves 0
0 Shots on Goal 0
0 Shots 0
0%
Pass Accuracy
0%
Shot Accuracy
OFF
0
F
0
SH
0
0%
Pass Accuracy
0%
Shot Accuracy
0
OFF
0
F
0
SH
Game Timeline
KO
KO
Keelan Leslie
11'
Sam Barratt
12'
Oliver Putnam 
44'
Keelan Leslie
45'
Charlie Bowman
46'
Jamal Crawford
65'
Louis Rowe
67'
Shakeel Jones-Griffiths
70'
Steven Rigg
70'
Conor Tinnion
70'
Steven Rigg
72'
Conor Tinnion
72'
Steven Rigg
77'
John Murphy
79'
FT

Recap

Three goals in seven minutes swung the game in Workington’s favour after an insipid first half display left them trailing to a Sam Barratt wonder goal. 

Although it was an improved performance from the team after the break, the victory owed much to the individual contributions of Conor Tinnion and Steven Rigg.  They were inspirational throughout, but particularly in the second half when Reds finally got their act together. 

It has been a worrying pattern in recent matches with Reds getting by on a forty five minute performance.  And they did so again – well below par in the first half and dominant in the second against a spirited Glossop outfit with just one win to their credit. 

Yet another injury certainly didn’t help matters with Kieran Charlton the latest name added to the list with barely ten minutes on the clock.  With seven players unavailable for this game it was some relief that Tinnion and Dan Wordsworth were able to resume, albeit sooner than expected. 

A stunning goal lit up a mediocre first half with Barratt’s thunderous shot after twelve minutes opening the scoring.  The ball fell to the midfielder a good twenty five yards from goal and the perfectly timed strike looked a goal as soon as it left his foot. 

It was the one piece of quality in an otherwise poor half.  Glossop worked hard and earned marks for effort and commitment whilst Reds looked laboured with three or four players not at the races. 

A few choice words from Chris Willcock during the interval along with a few tactical tweaks saw a more vibrant Reds take to the field after the break. 

But they had to survive a scare when North End created their best chance of the game, before eventually equalising.  Declan Baldwin broke through, cleverly looped the ball over Jim Atkinson and looked certain to score.  But Atkinson recovered superbly, flicked the ball away from Baldwin before completing the save. 

Prior to that Atkinson had comfortably gathered Adam Owen’s weakly struck free kick. 

Connor Gaul did provide one inviting cross which Rigg just failed to meet and the latter, after a solid first half display as centre forward, was now making things happen in midfield.  His deft pass found Tinnion down the inside right channel and the skipper brought the ball under control with his first touch before guiding it into the net past Harry Allen with his second. 

A fine goal and his first of the season after seventy minutes was quickly followed by another ninety seconds later.  Again Rigg was the provider with Tinnion scoring with a rare header at the back post – only the third headed goal of his career, apparently!         

Glossop almost conceded defeat there and then but there was no way back when Tinnion danced into the area only to be tripped for a definite penalty. 

Rigg duly converted the spot-kick and, with twenty minutes remaining, the points were heading back to Cumbria. 

Willcock is well respected at Surrey Street after four successful years with the club but he enjoyed this hard-fought win against one of his former clubs following on from the success against Ramsbottom earlier in the season. 

And regaining top-spot at Mossley’s expense in NPL West, completed the perfect day for the Workington boss. 

Glossop North End: Allen, Whalley, Owen, Glover (Jones-Griffiths, 70), Stanyer, Wilshaw, Burey (Crawford, 65), Barratt, Fallon, Baldwin (Murphy, 79), Putnam.  Substitutes – Mitchell, Harding (not used). 

Workington: Atkinson, Clarke, Charlton (Leslie, 11), Wordsworth, Harrison, Casson, Gooden (Rowe, 67), Lawrence (Bowman, 46), Rigg, Tinnion, Gaul.  Substitute – Eccles (not used). 

Referee: Jacob Graham, Manchester 

Bookings: Putnam (Glossop North End), Leslie (Workington) 

Attendance: 277 

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time
02/10/2021 15:00 NPL West NPL West 21/22 90'

Venue

Amdec Forklift Stadium

Surrey Street, Whitfield, High Peak, Derbyshire, East Midlands, England, SK13 7AJ, United Kingdom

Results

Team1st Half2nd HalfGoals
Glossop North End101
Workington033

Glossop North End

1Harry Allen Goalkeeper
2Nathan Whalley Defender
3Adam Owen Defender
4Mitchell Glover 14 Midfielder
5Finley Stanyer Defender
6Lee Wilshaw Defender
7Bevan Burey 12 Midfielder
8Sam Barratt Midfielder 12'
9Rory Fallon Forward
10Declan Baldwin 16 Midfielder
11Oliver Putnam  Midfielder 44'
12Jamal Crawford 7 Midfielder
14Shakeel Jones-Griffiths 4 Midfielder
15Asa Mitchell Forward
16John Murphy 10 Midfielder
17Sam Harding Midfielder

Workington

1Jim Atkinson Goalkeeper
2Matty Clarke Defender
3Kieran Charlton 15 Defender
4Dan Wordsworth Defender
5Kyle Harrison Defender
6Ceiran Casson Midfielder
7Iyrwah Gooden 14 Midfielder
8Donae Lawrence 12 Forward
9Steven Rigg Forward 77'
70', 72'
10Conor Tinnion Midfielder 70', 72'
11Connor Gaul Forward
12Charlie Bowman 8 Forward
14Louis Rowe 7 Forward
15Keelan Leslie 3 Midfielder 45'
21Danny Eccles Goalkeeper
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