Monday, 24 January 2011

official write up, results, fixtures, tables and a photo of a penguin

Results Weds 19th Jan:
Athletico 0 v 1 Weighton Meercats
Angel 1 v 3 Not Very Athletic
110 4 v 1 Mauled FC

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Fixtures Wed 26 Jan:

Mauled FC v Meercats
Athletico v Angel
NVA v 110 - All KO 7:30pm
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Reviews:

NVA v Angel:

NVA started off the game with a lovely pass from kennington to put Gadie through but he couldn't get the shot on target. Angel looked good up front with the likes of Marcel and Angle creating many chances. NVA managed to break away with Kennington who did a great dummy to take it past one defender and place it into the goal ! The sides came back out and Angel kicked off. Marcel the super striker ran straight towards goal with the NVA players stood admiring his drive towards goal, he hit one which rocketed back out and he smashed the rebound into lefthand corner ! 1-1 ! It was all to play for now ! NVA managed to find there feet again and settled play down. Kennington yet again showed great skill just outside the box and he managed to score again 2-1! The 3rd goal for NVA came shortly after when Gadie pressured the Angel defence and stole the ball and slotted it away 3-1 !

110 v Mauled FC

110 extended Mauled’s winless streak by crushing them by 4 goals to 1. 110 totally dominated against a Mauled side that was under strength and had no subs. An early goal by Mosquito sucked the life out of Mauled and two quality goals by McDonald finished the game as a contest. McLachlan scored a fourth at the beginning of the second half as they threatened to run away with it. Mauled were handed a consolation goal, literally, as the 110 keeper inexplicably reached out of his area to pick up the ball. Cattermole scored the penalty with aplomb. A great performance by 110, who after McDonald’s heroic went to celebrate with a burger at well know fast food joint!!!

Athletico v Meercats

This was a realy entertaining game throughout. Both teams enjoyed good spells, with the Meercats having the better of the possesion and clear chances. The goal came mid way through the first half, a fine though ball saw tom Forforth race through, he managed to just clip the ball outside of the area and watched it roll over the line as he untangled himself from the brave Athletico keeper Andy Sanders. Steve Snell played well at the back for Athletico along with guess player Rob Leaver, pinging a couple of delightful balls over the back of the Meercats defence. Athletico's skipper Sanders made four really top draw saves in the second hal to keep Athletico in with a chance, but the Weigton boys kept their composure and looked assured come the end of the game.

Penguin:



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