Thursday, 18 November 2010

Jay's version of our final game of the season...

Results Wed 10 Nov:

Athletico 0 v 0 Little Scamps; Weighton Sunday 2 v 1 Mauled FC; Angel 1 v 2 Not Very Athletic

Weighton secure title with another brace from Carlin...

Weighton Sunday v Mauled FC

Weighton started off quick with Carling showing off his great touch and turns. It wasn't long til the first goal came as Broomfield played the ball to Carling, who took a 1 time shot on the turn which went into the bottom left corner; great goal! Weighton 1-0. Mauled started to pressure Weighton with a long ball from the goal keeper. Weighton couldnt handle this direct approach and Moore managed to get on the end of one with a great finish! 1-1. Mauled started to slack and showed poor marking in the latter stages. Carling, the main man, was left free and the ball was played through to him, he passed it into the net to make the score 2-1 and seal the title for his team! CONGRATS Weighton Sunday - Report by Jacko

Athletico Pathetico v Little Scamps

Scamps and Onetouch played out a 0 v 0 draw, but the score line only tells half the story. Scamps totally dominated the play with new signing Moses causing all kinds of problems for the OneTouch defence, but not for the first time this season they could not find the back of the net. A combination of good goalkeeping from onetouch man of the match Sanders and poor finishing meant that the frustrated Scamps drew a blank yet again. There were times that Onetouch couldn’t get out of their own half and if Scamps can somehow find their shooting boots next season, they will be a force to be reckoned with in Division One. - Report by Uzzell

NVA v Angel

Angel marched onto the pitch in their striking new kit, finally looking the part after 5 full seasons!!! However the team was somewhat depleated, with top scorer Marcel Velia out with a back injury, and midfield generals Bell and Page unavailable. That meant a rare full appearance for Lee Eastwood up front. NVA, celebrating the birth of Skipper Bill Collins baby daughter (CONGRATULATIONS), who took control from the off. Chris Harley was in impressive form at the back, snuffing out any promising attacks, and Kennington in the middle of the park dictated play going forward. Just on the stroke of half time it was Kennington who controlled a great through ball and tucked the ball home, although the angel keeper did make a great attempt and nearly kept it out. In the second half Angel began to press, and it was Lee 'Hotshot Clint' Eastwood who managed to squeeze the ball under the NVA keeper from a close range to level the score. With time running out, Alan in the NVA goal pumped a long, straight (for the first time that night) ball forward, Kennington plucked the ball out of the sky with a supern first touch, turned and clipped the ball home with 30 secs left to nick the win. - Report by Jay

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