Monday, 17 May 2010

Jay's write up of our epic victory. Oh, and some other games.

Not Very Athletic scored a cracking result this week, smashing MW Sunday 4 - 1. not only was this the biggest win of the season so far in either league, it was NVA's biggest victory EVER! Manager Will Collins commented "...and that makes it four, this Not Very Athletic team have shown what they are really made of, routing a side that are contenders for the league! The unprecedentedly large crowd are in heaven! In the end, when all is said and done, today, football is the winner" - never a truer word said.
MW Sunday gaffer Andrew Hodgson was very gracious in defeat as he positively stated "that the best team had won on the night"

AJ's looked in good from against Angel. New signing Greg Usher was impressive throughout, but AJ's didn't have all the play. Marcel Velia and Darren 'Rage' Page played some great stuff for Angel, and were supported well by the whole team in one of the best performances in a long time. They even had the ball in the back of the net after a great piece of build up play, but referee rowley deemed the final shot was taken inside the area and disallowed the goal. If both teams continue in this fashion, they should soon start progressing up the league table.

The final game of the group saw Deporting face the Beverley Knights. Deportivo welcomed back Mike Helyard and Paul Lockwood to the starting line up and the team looked a lot brighter than it has in previous weeks. The Depo boys played some strong football and it was their top scorer Harry Peach who bagged the first to settle the nerves. Knights did have some good passages of play and created half a dozen good chances, but Callum Eade in net was in great form all night. Helyard wrapped up the points for Depo with a great finish, to see the Depo boys progress up the table.

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