Tranmere Rovers vs Bromley: Three Stand Out Stars

By Josh Roberts

Tranmere recorded their ninth straight home victory in a row on Saturday as they fought hard for the three points against Bromley in a scrappy game.

As always, there were stand out players in the game. Captain Steve McNulty once again put in a sterling performance, as did Jay Harris in the middle of midfield.

But here are our three stand out stars from the match;

Scott Davies

In his first home appearance since returning from injury in the New Year, Davies arguably made sure Tranmere went home with all three points making some crucial saves.

Rovers no.1 was relatively untested for 80 minutes making one save on note in the first home but it was the final 10 minutes were Davies earned his money.

With Bromley looking to salvage a point, the ‘keeper was forced into making a number of stops as the tension level started to rise.

It was a ‘Super’ performance from Davies who has not wasted his return back into the starting XI.

Adam Buxton

Adam Buxton vs Bromley

Buxton was back in the side after missing last week’s draw with Leyton Orient with injury and made his mark on the game typical Buxton fashion.

It was his lovely ball forward from right back to Jennings in behind the Bromley defence that made the only goal of the game.

It wasn’t just going forward were Buxton impressed but his defensive work was top notch also, putting his foot in and body on the line for the promotion cause.

He was awarded man of the match on the day and it was fully deserved from the Tranmere’s no.2.

Brandon Hanlan

By far the most impressive Bromley player on the pitch, Hanlan caused the Tranmere back four problems all afternoon.

The no.9 put himself about leading the line for the South London side but the stand out moments with Hanlan was his personal battle with McNulty.

The centre forward was the focal point for Bromley and often looked like the only player who would create anything.

It made the battle between McNulty and himself all the more enthralling as the creatively forward tried to get the vital goal for his side.


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