Deadly Dan puts NWN in charge
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Stirling Kay described star man Dan Orgel as an inspiration to his teammates after Neasden claimed three important points against promotion rivals Brady B.
This had all the ingredients of being a very good game, and it didn't disappoint. For the first 35 minutes it was it was very even until the ref - having booked three players - sent off a Brady player for a second bookable office.
The numbers were evened up when NWN the ref was left with no choice but to send a Neasden player off with 10 minutes to go when a Brady player hit the deck following a tussle. An irate Kay told JC Sport branded the player "a disagrace to the rest of the players and officials of both teams".
Kay went on to say: "The rest of the Brady players played the game in the spirit it should've been played. In fact I thought when they went down to 10 men, they played even better. I thought they played very well and I was relieved to get the three points.
"Having said that, as a team we were not always at our best, but we kept going and as I had hoped, our strikeforce proved to be the difference. And they were, and as a team we worked very hard to stop a very determined Brady.
New signings Adam Arnold and Jamie Kent finished the job.
Kay added: "What summed up our display was the non-stop work rate of Dan Orgel playing on the right of midfield who covered every grain of grass and still scored two very good goals. He was a inspiration to his team mates."
Brady's goals came through Dan Harrod and David Newman.