MATCH REPORT 04/11/2012


  United new only too well how strong and equipped the Four Oaks team would be from a difficult encounter earlier in the season, However United wanted to give a better account of themselves this time around and that they certainly did. United competed from the start Sam Foreman, Tom Peacock and Tom Rowlands working hard from the start of the game in the United engine room and Louie Parish and Elliot Crook doing well out wide. The United defence were a more assured unit too but were caught out when a Four Oaks cross evaded everyone and fell nicely for the striker to hook the ball into the net to put Four Oaks one up. United heads didn’t drop but they couldn’t quite manage any serious threat on the Four Oaks goal during the rest of the half.  The second half and Zak Hallett was looking to provide a threat up front for United and he did get more involved in the game during the half, A cross from the Wyrley right, wasn’t dealt with by the Four Oaks defence and Hallett dispatched the offering coolly into the corner of the net. Four Oaks hit back not long after, when Wyrley were punished when a poor clearance was picked up and the player finished well after a fine run. United continued to work hard and were a little unlucky to give Four Oaks their third when a Wyrley defender unluckily hit a cross into his own net. United rallied again and Hallett got between the two Four Oaks defenders to finish neatly again in the bottom corner of the net. Lewis Hill made a difference when he came on and was unlucky not to hit an equaliser when his shot was well saved by the Four Oaks keeper near the end of the game.   

Much improved effort Boys, Four Oaks are a big team and you all competed today well done!

1 comment for this article:
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    Simon Steptoe

    Unlucky lads, concentrate on the league now!!!

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