Monday, 9 August 2010

Not a nice writeup, but an accurate one...

Results Wed 4 Aug:
Beverley knight 2 v 0 angel
Not Very Athletic 0 v 4 AJ's
MW Sunday 2 v 0 Borussia Teeth
Beverley Knights 0 v 2 Borussia Teeth

Fixtures Wed 18 Aug:
AJ's v MW Sunday 8pm
Deportivo v Not Very Athletic 8pm

To Be Re-Arranged: Angel v Deportivo

MW Sunday destroyed Champions elect to really open up the league table. Showboating became the order of the day in a great performance from the Weighton boys. Borussia never really got to grips with the game, and suffered their 3rd defeat in a row - prior to last week, Borussia had won 8 and lost only 2 and were seemingly cruising to the title. The result now means that victory for AJ's, over MW Sunday, will drop Borussia into second, with AJ's taking the title and promotion. A win for MW will all but seal a 3rd place finish.

Beverley Knights recorded their first actual victory (not a 5-0 default victory) in the history of the Black Sox / Knights 4 season run. The Black Knights took the lead early on through Caddy who was delighted and celebrated well. Angel didn't seem to get into their stride and never really threatened Sanders in the Knights goal. In the second half Gray went on an amazing run past two players and smashed a shot into the net to seal a historic victory!!! The result also lifts Knights off of the bottom of the table, with Angel now 2 points behind, all be it with a game in hand against Deportivo.

AJ's continued their impressive form with a very convincing 4-0 victory over NVA. With a couple of key players out, AJ's had to call on their reserves, with Bointon and Lever stepping in to the action. AJ's gave a great team performance and controlled the game throughout. Lever scored 2 goals, with 1 each for Bointon and Blake (not only 4 goals, but three collectors items; Lever and Blake are not what you would describe as prolific strikers!). NVA looked throughly out of sorts. Kennington was way off his normal level (due largely to the fact he had just done 1.5hrs of pre-season training), and top scorer Hebblethwaite also looked out of sorts and frustrated. Lets hope Athletic can finish with a positive result in the final game of the season.

The last match of the night saw a re-arranged fixture between Knights and Borussia Teeth. In what was an enjoyable match to watch / referee, Borussia recorded what could be a league winning victory, although it took SIX balls to finish the job. Crease and Burns were in great form and looked dangerous throughout, but neither could keep the ball lower than the 30ft fence, with 7 shots / deflections flying high and wide. Burns did break the deadlock with a bizare goal after Medlin tried to play a ball out of defence, only to see his pass deflect of burns and into the net, with keeper Sanders stranded. The second half saw Borussia take full control and create several good chance, but it was Sanders who managed to keep the score at 1-0 until late on, when Crease out muscled his marker and ran clear before finishing excellently to seal the victory. Burns nearly scored a 3rd with a technically brilliant overhead kick, which was applauded by both teams, but it was Sanders again who managed to force the save. Borussia must now wait to see what happens in the next round of games, having done all they can this season.

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