Bridge Timber F.C. 0 Tricorn F.C. 2 Bridge and Tricorn kicked off with what was billed as the game of the round and Timbers debutant keeper Adam Beech was brought into action after 4 minutes, saving well from John McDonald from close range. bridge had a decent chance when Wes Farringtons neat layoff to Lee Parry put him in at goal, Parrys shot going wide with the uneven pitch causing problems.Connor Anderson had a decent shot in the 20th minute after Lewis Watson made the opportunity and David sheaky played a great ball through to Connor Anderson, his neat touch gave him space to cross to Lee Parry whose shot flashed wide. Anthony Woods had a good shot at goal for Tricorn but skipper Lee Evans got the decisive flick to send it out for a corner. Peter Murphy got forward from the left back spot, exchanging passes with Anderson before putting Farrington through, his shot was easily gathered by Trike keep John Barnes before a hotly disputed penalty claim was turned down by referee david Seddon after Connor Anderson was brought down by woods only for the ref to turn down Timbers claims. So level at the break and with both sides playing attacking football, chances were at both ends with Sheaky,farrington and Bond all having decent chances for Bridge, McDonald and Taylor for Tricorn also having good chances to break the deadlock before Timbers defence was breached on the hour when Mcdonald got clear, and smashed the ball into the corner for 1-0. Beech in the Timber goal did an amazing double save soon after to keep it 1-0 before Lee Parrys good movement and shot flashed wide of the post. Ex Timber player Connor Taylor then found the corner to make it 2-0 in the 72nd minute . Bridge tried in vain to get a goal back with Alan Bond coming close but with time running out and defending well, Tricorn held on for a 2-0 win. Lee Evans was Bridge Timbers man of the match.