MATCH REPORT 09/09/2012


  The first game of the season was to be played in warm sunshine and the heat of the day made the conditions tough for all outfield players, United started the brighter and Tom Wheeldon continued were he left off last season, he took on the Sportsco defence and finished off a fine piece of individual skill with a shot in the  bottom corner of the net, Sportsco reacted well and were rewarded by the referee, who gave the home team a penalty, their player aimed well but United man of the match Jack Addison made a fine save to deny Sportsco, straight after this the inevitable happened, some good work by Elliot Crook down the right allowed Sam Foreman to prosper when his well drilled shot beat the keeper at the near post to put United 2 up. Sportsco got back into the game just before half time with a well taken strike. Some early pressure in the second half saw an half cleared ball reach Kieran Thomas whose left foot shot gave the Sportsco keeper little chance, 3-1 to United. Sportsco didn’t give up and got their second shortly after, at 3-2 this was anyone’s game but the next goal set the tone for the rest of the match, a Liam Morley free kick was met cleverly by the hard working Louie Parish to put United 4-2 up, Tom Wheeldon was a real handful and won a penalty for United, Foreman hit the ball well to put United 5-2 up, Wheeldon again powered forward, after another great run, Chase Allen was to profit by slotting home the loose ball. 2 great strikes, one by Foreman for his hat-trick and another from Parish inside the box completed the victory.   

Well done boys each of you contributed today!

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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

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