Seventeen years old local youngster Gary Chambers makes his first
team debut for Bedworth United in their last match of the season against Cinderford at The
The youngsters second match will be a cup final. With first team keeper Craig
Glover nursing a knee injury collected in the 2-2 result against Paget Rangers last
weekend, Chambers gets his chance.
Manager Billy Hollywood says:
"I have every confidence in young Gary. He was the youth team goalkeeper and he
played well in the reserves in midweek. We have had several reserve goalkeepers this
season but Gary has been the best of the bunch."
United play Northampton side Queens Eleanor in the Daventry Cup Final on Tuesday in
Daventry and should have little trouble winning the trophy against a side two divisions
below them. Hollywood sounded a note of caution however.
"This side have caused a few upsets this season and had a notable win over Banbury
United in the semi-finals," said the manager.
Hollywood also has his sights on next seasons campaign and he plans to use a
memorial match on Thursday as a trial to take a look at several players for next season.
"We play Hinckley United at The Oval in the Jackie Boland Memorial Match and I
shall be including a couple of players who have been released by professional clubs,"
There will also be room for Freddy Ardiles, son of the famous Ossie, a student at the
University of Warwick who impressed in the reserves in midweek.