Todays game played in the Tameside League Paul Hett Trophy Saturday U16s A League.
Venue: Crossley Playing Fields
Team From: Callum Malpas, Sam Byrne, Leon Hampson, James Collinson, Tom Fulton, Lewis Hewitt Britner, Yayah Malik, Ben Melling Whitworth, Gianni Tumini, Alexander Winstanley, Noah Garvey, Callum Lee, Jack Ward, Shay Fox, Josh Button, Lewis Hartford Tyrer.
Coach: Renny Tumin.
A brilliant win today from the boy, that’s five on the spin, in a game of two halfs, where the boys couldn’t stop scoring in the first and only scored one in the second.
The Ref got the game under way and it was the Whites that were on the front foot from the off,
2 Tom got away from the opposition defence but fired over.
6 Tom again broke away and crossed for Leon to fire home for 0-1.
8 When the ball fell to James his long range shot flew into the net for 0-2.
10 Another run from Tom who crossed put Leon through to score his second 0-3
14 Following a great run from Jack who crossed for Tom to score for 0-4.
20 The Whites increased their lead further when Sam went straight through to score for 0-5.
24 Tom then went on a good run to score for 0-6.
27 The opposition scored when following a back pass that Callum cleared to an forward to score for 1-6.
29 Two minutes later the Whites increased their lead when Leon scored his hat rick for 1-7.
31 From a cross from James to Leon who put Noah through to score for 1-8.
38 When Jack got behind the defence and crossed for Ben to score for 1-9. The Ref then brought the half to a close.
The Ref started the second half and Boundary caught the Whites napping and scored for 2-9.
Following several chances from the Whites that came to nothing, it was the 65 minute before the Whites scored again and as last week it was James that scored direct from a corner for 2-10.
Following several chances from the Whites and a couple from Boundary that came to nothing, the Ref blew for full time.
Some excellent football from the Whites today in the first half, may be because they went so far in front in the first that they didn’t play so well in the second.
MOTM Leon Hampson.