Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Write up

Results Wed 22 Sept:
NVA 0 v 4 Little Scamps
Athletico 0 v 0 Mauled FC
Angel 1 v 2 Weighton Sunday



Fixtures Wed 29 Sept:
Little Scamps v Weighton Sunday 8pm
Mauled FC v Angel 8pm;
NVA v Athletico 8pm

Table:




Weighton still 100% after controversial win...

MW Sunday v Angel

MW Sunday bested Angel in this often ill tempered match in which Angel believed they hadn’t got the rub of the green with ref Uzzell’s decisions. Controversy surrounded MW’s first goal by Brommfield, as the Angel players thought the ball had gone out for a throw in. Ref Uzzell played on and the MW player drove the ball home from a tight angle. Angel were soon level through Marcel Velia who struck it sweetly enough from distance, although there were questions raised over the lack of effort by the keeper. MW went back into the lead as Elvidge scored the decisive match winning goal. Fouls punctuated much of the second half and Angel’s Bell displayed his unhappiness to ref Uzzell at the end of the game.



NVA v Little Scamps

Little scamps started off with good passing play and really looked on top of NVA. A cross was played into Grey who struck the ball from inside the box but no goal was given as he was in the box upon contact. Grey didnt have to wait long though to get his next chance and he managed to put it away. In the second half Little Scamps got a quick goal from Hunter who took it past one defender and slotted it in the goal as the crowd went wild! NVA just didnt seem awake and were punished with another goal for Scamps, as Gardener tapped his chance into the net. Towards the end the ball was in Little Samps half for a fair bit, with Kennington showing some good skill upfront for NVA. Little scamps manged to break away and a NVA player ran into the box - PENALTY! Hunter stepped up..... GOAL! hunter got his 2nd. Little Scamps 4 - 0 NVA Praises were made to referee Jack Grieve from the Little Scamps after the game, well done Jacko!



Athletico Pathetico v Mauled FC

Mauled welcomed back skipper and keeper Lee Stephenson from holiday, and were grateful after the game, with Lee making four outstanding saves during the match. Up the other end, the Athletico keeper, Andy Sanders, also had a good game in net (although he was 8 mins late so he isn't getting too much praise!). Both teams created good chances in the first period, with Mauled looking the more dangerous. Cattermole had a couple of fine solo runs, turning defenders in side and out, but he was unable to find a telling finish. In the second period Athletico came out the stronger, with quick pressing from the front, solid build up play, and neat interplay between the two front men. Ultimately though it was a game for the men between the sticks, with honours even - Bagsy reffing the return match!




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