Frome Town Biggleswade Officials xx xx xx Match Sponsor xx Ball Sponsor Ramsfan Saturday  October 10th  2015 Biggleswade Away Saturday 10th October 2015 Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division Biggleswade Town 3 Frome Town 0 Frome Scorers: None Biggleswade  Scorers:Rees (60), Daniel (68), Burnett (90) Crowd: 165 Star Man: Jordan Walker Entertainment Value: 3/5 A controversial red card for Frome Towns goalkeeper Paul White just before half time totally changed this match and two long range goals and a third right at the end resulted in a 3-0 victory for Biggleswade Town. After some excellent performances for Frome, unfortunately midfielder Chris Knowles was recalled recalled to Gloucester City and with Tyler Sibbick unavailable, Callum Thompson ill and Darren Chitty injured, Frome were grateful to Forest Green Rovers for the moth loan of experienced keeper Paul White. Eventual man of the match Jordan Walker made his first start for Frome. The match started with Frome on the front foot in the opening minutes with some slick passing movements that boded well for the rest of the match, and they had the first chanve on the 11th minute as a Kris MIller free kick was headed just wide by Ollie Knowles at the near post, and four minutes later, Frome went close again as a long clearance from White was headed on by Haldane to Darren Jefferies whose near post effort was just turned behind for a corner. As both sides settled to their task, chances became few and it took until the 28th minute for Lewis Haldane to let fly with a 25 yard shot that James Herd just managed to hang onto at the second attempt. Biggleswade threatened in the 36th as a shot from Lewis Hilliard hammered into the chest of Jordy Nkunga, and as the ball broke to Craig Daniel, his shot was just deflected away by Sam Teale. Two minutes later, the game changed dramatically and controverisally as White accelerated out to superbly block a shot from a Biggleswade forward, but as his momenteum took him outside the penalty area, he was then astounded when the referee produced a straight red card for handling outside the area, with even the home crowd unsure about the validity of the decision. Defender Sam Teale took over in goal and did well to deal with the resulting free kick from Shane Hill, and at 0-0 at half time, a game which had been even and well balanced now had a distinct uphill look for the ten man Frome side. Frome had a great chance to open the scoring in the 58th minute as Jordan Walker released Haldane who beat his defender but just blazed slightly high from the edge of the box, and two minutes later it was Biggleswade who did open the scoring as Ian Rees let fly with a 30 yard daisy cutter that confused Teale and the ball ended up in the back of the net. Biggleswade scored another eight minutes later as Craig Daniel took advantage of Frome’s stand in keeper to score from 35 yards with a speculative lob that ended up in the back of the net, and despite substitute Josh Jeffries hammering a cross from Nkunga just wide in the 82nd minute, Frome never really looked like overcoming the disadvantage of having ten men and a stand in keeper. Biggleswade made it 3-0 in the 90th minute as a move involving Blackman, Coulson and Rees resulted in a ball being played into the path of Burnett who beat Teale from close range and gave the score line a look that flattered the hosts as Frome had looked easily capable of getting something from this match prior to the red card. An impressive debut from Jordan Walker in the centre of defence led to him being awarded the H&B Tyres man of the match award. Programme Sponsor xxx