The second half saw ten changes made, with only Stephen Collis left on the field. This line-up was far more
experimental, with another Portugese player brought in, along with Lewis Hogg and Gareth Phillips in midfield,
flanked by former Youth Teamers Ian Patchett and Stephen Reed, whilst Alex Jeannin partnered one of the Portugese
in defence. Jones Bamfo, once on Fulham's books, started up front with Adam Stansfield.
Understandably, the new side stuttered and struggled, with Jones Bamfo in particular seemingly unsure of
what his new position should be. Eventually, Gary Johnson swapped him and Andy Lindegaard over, with the latter
having a bustling half alongside Stansfield, even if the end product was ultimately lacking.
Occasional gaps in defence were leaving Chippenham's strike force with room to build attacks, with Charlie
Griffin in particular guilty of some wayward shooting, with most of his shots landing out of the ground.
Only once did he really threaten, when he managed to clip the top of the Yeovil crossbar, causing the ball
to loop up dangerously with Collis caught back-peddling.
In general though, Chippenham were content to try and catch Yeovil on the break and as a result, the game tended
to fizzle out in midfield. In reality, none of the trialists really shone. Rodrigues and Jeannin showed their
aerial presence on occasions, but the hard ground often left the tall defenders flat-footed. Hogg and Phillips
looked solid enough without really showing any real flair, but Johnson will have been left hoping for a more
open game and a softer turf to deal with when the team take on Chard Town on Wednesday.