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Legends hit five

Posted on 30 September 2009  - 12:00

Garry Brooke, Mark Falco and Tony Galvin were all on duty as Tottenham Hotspur Legends toppled Ashford Town 5-2 on Sunday.

Legends hit five

Garry Brooke, Mark Falco and Tony Galvin were all on duty as Tottenham Hotspur Legends toppled Ashford Town 5-2 on Sunday.

The match was a testimonial for long-serving Ashford goalkeeper Paul Burgess at Ashford's Short Lane ground in Middlesex.

Ashford took an early lead and Falco, Brooke and Galvin all went close but it stayed at 1-0 until the 64th minute when Tim O'Shea, now manager of Croydon, levelled from close range.

Greg Hall and Jobe Ambrose made it 3-1, the home side pulled one back for 3-2 before Micky Jarrett and Jake Hall completed the scoring.

Spurs Legends: Tony Wells, Neil Smith, Tony Galvin, Garry Brooke, Andy Edmonds, Mark Falco, Greg Hall, Jobe Ambrose, Trevor Wilkinson, Tim O'Shea, Billy Wingrove, Steve Smart, Jake Hall, Steve Grenfell, Micky Jarrett.

LEGENDS IN ACTION - FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

The Spurs Legends are back in action on Sunday week, October 11, against Godmanchester Rovers FC.

The match is at Godmanchester's new stadium at Bearscoft Lane, near Huntingdon and kicks-off at 2pm. The stadium is just off junction 24 of the A14.

The Legends then take on Wadham Lodge at Kitchener Road, Walthamstow, on Sunday, November 15.

This is another 2pm kick-off and the game will raise funds for the Ian Rennie Hospice and Hopes & Dreams, a charity for under-privileged children.