Frome Town Burnham Officials xx xx xx Match Sponsor xx Ball Sponsor xx Tuesday October 28th 2014 Burnham Away Tuesday 28th October 2014 Southern Premier League Burnham Town 3  Frome Town 1 Frome Scorers: Taylor (46) Burnham Scorers: Kabamba (9), Webb (45), Lockhart-Adams (88) Crowd: 102 Star Man: None Awarded Entertainment Value: 3 In yet another midweek away fixture, Frome Town travelled to Burnham and after trailing at 2-0 at half time, they reduced the deficit through Ollie Taylor, but then conceded a third just before the end after playing most of the second half with ten men after Kris MIller had been shown two yellow cards. The crazy way the fixtures have worked out this year saw Frome play their eleventh away league game in their first fifteen league matches and, means that Frome’s home fans will have been starved of league action for seven whole weeks  when they play the scheduled home match against Redditch on November 8th. The squad for this match saw Ben Thomson still injured and Matt Smith unavailable, with two goal hero (from Saturday) Ollie Taylor making a start and new signing (from Paulton) Josh Klein Davies starting on the bench. Burnham were the first to show in this match as Romaine Walker let fly with a long range effort that moved in the air and required Darren Chitty to produce a good save as he dived awy to his left and tipped the ball behind for a corner. After Burnham had gone close again through Tom O’Regan, they took the lead in the tenth minute as a move on the right led to the ball finding Nick Kabamaba who initially mis-kicked but had time to get the ball under control and shoot past Chitty from 15 yards. Burnham continued pressing as Brad Hewitt headed a free kick wide in the 19th, and as they carried on pressing, Mark Cooper was forced to clear off his own line after a dangerous left wing cross from Walker. But then Frome weathered the storm and had a half chance in the 36th as pressure from a corner allowed Ollie Taylor to set up Jake Hutchings but a scramble enabled James Reading to punch clear, and then, on the stroke of half time, Burnham scored a psychologically important goal as a quick break on the left allowed Kabamba to shoot against the post and Josh Webb was on hand to drive the re-bound into the net.  Frome reduced the arrears and made it 2-1 just after half time as the ball forward to Taylor who controlled, turned and planted his shot into the net from 20 yards off the inside of the post, but then Burnham came back strongly and Chitty pulled off a brilliant save from O’Regan after he was set up by Kabamba. Frome’s poor disciplinary record this season once again reared its ugly head as Kris Miller picked up two yellow cards in a short period of time on the hour mark, meaning that Frome now had to play the last thirty minutes with ten men, and from that moment on there was only going to be one winner of this match. Burnham made the most of their numerical advantage and substitute Kofi Lockhart-Adams somehow managed to miss a header from three yards as he dived to connect with a right wing cross, an then Chitty produced a stunning save to deny O’Regan who had let fly with a skidding low shot that was heading for the far corner. Eventually the pressure told once more and as Lockart-Adams bundled the ball home from close range with two minutes of normal time left, Frome slipped into the bottom two of the league. Prog Sponsor xx