Four Oaks taught United a severe lesson about finishing today which lead to an emphatic win for the away team. United took awhile to settle in this game by which time Four Oaks were three goals to the better. Liam Morley struck an excellent free-kick for United to pull one back, only for Four Oaks to hit their fourth goal immediately after, just before half time Morley hit his second, again from a free kick to perhaps give United a glimmer of hope of getting something from the game. Although United had their best spell of the match for the first 20 minutes of the second half and Tom Wheeldon hit Uniteds third as a product of this, Four Oaks sealed the win with 3 good goals in the last quarter of the match.

 We were not at the races today boys and allowed a strong Four Oaks team far to much possession, lets re-group and work hard to bridge this gap for our net encounter!

1 comment for this article:
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    Simon Steptoe

    Unlucky lads, keep at it you are a good team who play in the correct spirit with two good coaches! It will come.

    Panthers U’13’s

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