The Rams soaked pressure then catch Romsey out late on to claim another victory
ROMSEY 0 - 1 PETERSFIELD TOWN
Petersfield go to five wins in six after a tale of two half’s, saw the Rams come out strongest in the heat.
In a relatively quiet first half, Romsey enjoyed the better periods of play as their striker skewed a shot over from close range early on.
The visitors were slow out of the blocks but did create a number of decent chances.
Minutes later Marvin Orepo was away, using his pace to go one on one for his effort to be blocked down low and going out for a corner.
Romsey striker James Clifton was the threat going forward for the home side. His acrobatic effort 53 minutes in as the unwell Matt Petts did well to push it over.
The Rams stepped up in the second half with players Orepo, Wright and Webb all shining as well as substitute Gari Judd.
Judd made a forward run for a lob through ball, getting close to goal he was indecisive and his shot was blocked again by Will Hill.
A great delivery by corner taker Michael Wright eventually fell to Bedford on the edge of the area but he curled over from close range.
The Rams found a deserved breakthrough on the 83rd minute. Orepo proving to be a threat yet again in the area. His touch looked heavy but was quick to beat the keeper squeezing it between his legs 6 yards out.
The visitors should have sealed the points with a fantastic pass and move passage of play. The final pass fell to Webb but his shot only found the find side netting.
Unbeaten in six games now puts smile on all involved in the club. The Rams next game sees them visit Amesbury on Tuesday night.