|Poole Town||Chesham United|
|Luke Cairney||1||Ben Goode|
|Jez Bedford||2||Jeanmal Prosper|
|Josh Leslie-Smith||3||Luke Warner-Eley|
|Will Spetch||4||Adam Martin|
|Jamie Whisken||5||Kieran Murphy|
|Jake Smeeton||6||Steve Brown|
|Sam Griffin||7||Billy Adcock|
|Corby Moore||8||Bradley Clayton|
|James Constable||9||Ronny Mfinda|
|Marvin Brooks||10||Eoin Casey|
|Luke Roberts||11||Ryan Blake|
|Adam Grange||12||Jefferson Louis|
|Sam House||14||Lewis Rolfe|
|James Boote||15||Luke Heneghan|
|Jack Dickson||16||Michael Murray|
|Dickson for Spetch 20||Louis for Mfinda 76|
|Grange for Bedford 75||Rolfe for Casey 83|
|House for Smeeton 82||Heneghan for Warner-Eley 90+4|
|Roberts 66||Blake 56|
Chesham United Man of the Match: Jeanmal Prosper
This draw takes Chesham’s unbeaten run to eight games in which they have conceded only five goals. However the downside is that five of those matches have been draws, three of them goalless. This game rarely looked like doing anything other than adding to that sequence. Dave Pearce was the only squad member unable to make the trip so Ryan Blake started, and Ronny Mfinda and Eoin Casey also started with Jefferson Louis and Luke Heneghan on the bench. The weather forecast was poor but the rain had stopped by kick-off and the pitch was in good condition.
Poole made the stronger start but failed to carve out any clear chances in the opening minutes, while Will Spetch was injured early and replaced by Jack Dickson midway through the half. Chesham began to come into the game but also failed to create any chances. Shortly before half-time a Billy Adcock corner was cleared and Bradley Clayton fed Ronny Mfinda who shot high and wide, and that was the sum total of the goalmouth action in the half.
Early in the second half Poole had their first noteworthy effort, when James Constable cut in from the right but his final shot lacked power and was easily saved by Ben Goode. Goode’s long clearance then caused hesitation in the home defence, which let in Ronny Mfinda but home keeper Luke Cairney blocked at the expense of a corner. Just after the hour mark Ryan Blake broke clear but was denied by a fine tackle by Josh Leslie-Smith. Shortly afterwards Jez Bedford cut in from the home right but his left-foot shot was again easily saved by Ben Goode. In the final quarter Poole had more of the game but were restricted to two long-range efforts which were both well off target. In the end a forgettable evening ended tamely with Chesham comfortably seeing out the game, although Luke Warner-Eley was injured and forced to go off late in stoppage time.