Baum denies Camden famous win

By Danny Caro, October 1, 2013

2 - 2

Camden Park

Richard Baum

Match date:
13 October 2013 10:30am
Rowley Lane
Andy Myerson

A last-gasp strike from Richard Baum denied Camden Park their first win in a thrilling contest against Brady at Rowley Lane.

Camden were on course for their first win until Baum netted a stunning free-kick to break their hearts in a game where the in-form Michael Kenley netted Brady's other.

Brady joint-manager Joel Nathan told JC Sport: "We're very disappointed not to win today as we must have created more chances than we have all season, but today was the day when the ball would just not go in.

"We missed numerous chances and hit the post three times, but you get days like this. On the plus side it was very encouraging we came back from 2-0 down to take a point, especially as we played the last 15 mins with 10 men as we had used all our subs and Sam Monjack then went off injured.

"Yes it is a dent in our league aspirations but we will be back."

Camden boss Josh Marks told JC Sport: "2-0 is an extremely dangerous scoreline and we just didn’t have what we needed to play out the full 90.

"We did well to move ahead after 70 minutes and we have done that in all of our games this season. However games are won and lost in the last 20 and yet again we let ourselves down.

"Brady are very good and we were 2-0 ahead on the day so it really was unfortunate to not come away with the three points."