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Good Way To End League Season For Elite U15s
Good Way To End League Season For Elite U15s
The Wellingborough Town Elite under-15s finished their league season in the NERF Junior Premier League Midlands East Division on....
Published - 1st Apr 19
 
 
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....Saturday with an emphatic 6-1 win at Personal Best Soccer.

 

The long trek over to Dereham in Norfolk was rewarded by a strong performance albeit once again after a slow start.

 

Having beaten the same opponents 7-0 at home, the visitors took a while to get into their stride on a fast and bouncy 4G pitch.

 

They were often crowded out in midfield and the final ball was lacking its usual accuracy.

 

Once Manny Asante came on though, he added extra energy and pace to the centre of the park and gave the home midfielders no time or space.

 

Matthew Fletcher (pictured) finally broke the deadlock in the second quarter with a neat finish after bursting into the box and dinking over the keeper.

 

Fletcher went on to complete his hat-trick in the third quarter with two more good finishes and Oli Anderson surprised everyone by making it 4-0 with a rare header!

 

Disappointingly, the clean sheet was spoiled when the home side got a consolation on the break, but Zach Arnold restored the four-goal cushion in the final quarter and Cameron Clifford made it 6-1 with a very good header.

 

Josh Wootton made a fine comeback after his wrist injury and there were also decent performances from Anderson and Joe Hobson, who battled hard up top.

 

So, it was a satisfactory way to end a very good league season which, since Christmas, has seen just one defeat that being in a controversial game at champions MK Galacticos.


(Photo: Charlie Wootton)

 
 
     
 
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Good Way To End League Season For Elite U15s
Good Way To End League Season For Elite U15s
The Wellingborough Town Elite under-15s finished their league season in the NERF Junior Premier League Midlands East Division on....
Published - 1st Apr 19

....Saturday with an emphatic 6-1 win at Personal Best Soccer.

 

The long trek over to Dereham in Norfolk was rewarded by a strong performance albeit once again after a slow start.

 

Having beaten the same opponents 7-0 at home, the visitors took a while to get into their stride on a fast and bouncy 4G pitch.

 

They were often crowded out in midfield and the final ball was lacking its usual accuracy.

 

Once Manny Asante came on though, he added extra energy and pace to the centre of the park and gave the home midfielders no time or space.

 

Matthew Fletcher (pictured) finally broke the deadlock in the second quarter with a neat finish after bursting into the box and dinking over the keeper.

 

Fletcher went on to complete his hat-trick in the third quarter with two more good finishes and Oli Anderson surprised everyone by making it 4-0 with a rare header!

 

Disappointingly, the clean sheet was spoiled when the home side got a consolation on the break, but Zach Arnold restored the four-goal cushion in the final quarter and Cameron Clifford made it 6-1 with a very good header.

 

Josh Wootton made a fine comeback after his wrist injury and there were also decent performances from Anderson and Joe Hobson, who battled hard up top.

 

So, it was a satisfactory way to end a very good league season which, since Christmas, has seen just one defeat that being in a controversial game at champions MK Galacticos.


(Photo: Charlie Wootton)

 
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