Saturday July 23rd 2011 Eastleigh Home Sat 23rd July 2011 Pre-Sason Friendly Frome Town 3 Eastleigh 0 Frome Scorers: Tooze (6), Perrott (29), Cheeseman (63) Eastleigh Scorers: None Frome Town cruised to an easy 3-0 win over a young Eastleigh side, dominated the first half and never really looked in danger of conceding a goal for the entire ninety minutes. The match started very brightly for Frome with Tooze almost opening the scoring in the 2nd minute as he produced a volley at the near post from a right wing throw, and he was again invoved in the 6th minute as a left foot shot from a Thomson flicked header won a corner. As the corner was swung in, Cheeseman flicked the ball on with his head and Tooze blasted the ball home from close range to open the scoring. As the game progressed, Eastleigh came more into the match, but Frome always looked dangerous and Tooze again brought a sharp near post save from Zaragosa as he cut into the box from the right wing and unleashed a left foot shot from 10 yards.  Eastleigh survived a penalty appeal in the 23rd minute as Perrott appeared to be taken down, and five minutes later Dean Evans hit the bar from 15 yards after being set up by Hulbert. Frome made it 2-0 in the 29th minute as a right wing corner was flicked on at the near post allowing Perrott to volley the ball home form 10 yards with Zaragosa taking a lot of speed off the ball but failing to stop it crossing the line. Eastleigh's first chance came in the 35th minute as Ferreira unleashed a long range shot that fizzed past Chitty's far post, but Frome were well in comand, Evans went close again in the 38th minute, and the score remained 2-0 to Frome at half time. The second half started in the same fashion as the first, and Tooze had a shooting opportunity in the 61st minute but stumbled as he hit the ball. Frome made it 3-0  two minutes later as a left wing free kick found Hulbert who played the ball through to the unmarked  Cheeseman, who turned and stroked the ball into the far corner of the net with his left foot. Frome made six substitutions in the 67th minute and with the game won, the match turned into an entertaining, open, end to end affair, but no real chances occurred until the last minute when Darren White was taken down in the penalty area after being set clear by Thomson. Thomson seemed to be set for taking the penalty, but then Ballinger intervened, only to see his low shot cannon off the base of the post and the chance went begging. A good game on a beautiful afternoon, and Frome seem to be shaping up nicely as a squad with new signing Tooze beginning to make a name for himself, but in truth, it would have been better to see a stronger Eastleigh side to be able to gauge the progress. Frome Town Eastleigh