Frome Town Stratford Officials xx xx xx Match Sponsor xx Ball Sponsor xx Saturday  October 24th  2015 Stratford Town Away Saturday 24th October 2015 Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division Stratford Town 0 Frome Town 1 Frome Scorers: Sibbick (89p) Stratford Scorers: None Crowd: 176 Star Man: Jordan Walker Entertainment Value: 4/5 After their midweek disappointment at Bideford, Frome produced a much better performance at mid table Stratford Town, and an 89th minute penalty from Tyler Sibbick was enough to give them all three points, which their second half efforts fully justified. With Darren Chitty still injured and Paul White suspended for one match after his red card at Biggleswade, Frome were grateful to Dan Lloyd -Western for stepping in at short notice to play in goal. New loan signing Corby Moore from Forest Green Rovers also made a start at number 10, and with Kris Miller injured, Connor Roberts started at right back.  Frome looked dangerous right from the start and Jon Davies found a great through ball to Moore and the striker looked like he was going to make a dream start to his debut, but he managed to hit the ball over the bar when a low shot would surely have hit the net. Davies again turned provider in the 11th as he pounced on a poor clearance, made ground down the left and his cross only just bounced above the out-stretched leg of Liam Monelle, and five minutes later Davies released Hulbert only for his shot to be  blocked, and as the  rebound fell to Hobbs his effort from just inside box was deflected over the bar. Frome the resulting corner, Sam Teale rose at the far post but his header was headed off the line, and Teale was involved again shortly after as his clearance landed at the feet of Ahenkorah  hose effort was well saved by Lloyd -Western as he pushed the ball away to safety Stratford’s first real chance of the match came in the 43rd as neat interplay down the right and allowed Ahenkorah to get in on the right edge of area but he shanked his effort wide of the far post After a good first half, Frome again started brightly in the second and in the 55th minute, Jordan Walker curled a shot inches past the far post after Davies ahd kept the kept ball in and found Teale in space who had then who rolled it back to Walker. Davies himself went close three minutes later after Walker had teed him up from a Roberts cross and with Rob Hobbs going close with a shot shortly after, it was starting to look like Frome were never going to score, and this view was confirmed in the 85th as Walker headed a corner just wide. Howver, the pressure eventually brought a reward and asDavies threaded a through ball through to substutute Tyler Sibbick, he rounded Andy Kemp and as he was about to shoot , Kemp took him down, the referee pointed to the spot and produced just a yellow for the home keeper. Sibbick converted from the spot with ease to round off an excellent afternoon for Frome and once again they climbed out of the relegation spots.  With another impressive perfomance in midfield, Jordan Walker was awarded the H&B Tyres man of the match award. Programme Sponsor xxx