The reserves completed their season with a home win against Yelverton that sees them finish in 5th place in the league.
The game started in disastrous fashion for Scole as a through ball was headed backwards from Jack Stevenson only to see keeper Harry Green just behind him and the ball trickled into an empty net after just 30 seconds. Yelverton were then buzzing around and it looked ominous for Scole as the visitors looked likely to run riot. However Scole eventually composed themselves and started to play some decent football that gave them some belief. Then a long ball into the box saw Harry Rolingson challenge the visiting keeper and he dropped the ball at Rolingson feet and he clipped the ball home for the equaliser. Rolingson was causing mayhem down Scole's right as Yelverton couldnt cope with his strength and pace. Scole had a couple of decent chances the best falling to Jon Abbott centrally inside the penalty box but his shot went wide. Rolingson had another chance but his blast went wide as well. Both teams started to get frustrated as the refereeing decisions both ways were becoming more erratic. HT 1-1
Scole came out second half with the same belief as the first and took the game to Yelverton who looked increasingly less likely to score. It was the Luke Rowe left foot that set Tom Green up for his first of the game as he headed home Rowe's delightful cross. Scole could have scored again but the visiting keeper saved well a couple of times one a cracekr from a Jake Wooton shot. The Rowe and Green combination came to the fore again as Rowe's corner was cleared back out to him and he clipped the ball into the box onto Green's head for Scole's third. The game then petered out as Scole gained all 3 points and fifth place.
Man of the match: Harry Rolingson was outstanding first half but Tom Green who was excellent in midfield and 2 well taken goals takes the plaudits this time round.
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