Players of the Match

Tom Winyard (72U)    Harry Adams (FSF)

MATCH RATINGS


Ratings From


Ratings For

72U

FSF

Spirit of the match rating

72 UNITED

6

4

5

FSFC

4

6


GOOD

The adverse weather conditions on Monday night were surely the worst that either team has experienced so far this season. As a result the players found that controlling the ball was difficult and this contributed to making it a scrappy affair. It wasn’t a night for FSFC to be missing the touch of their midfield maestro Luke Nicoll who is recovering from an operation.


That’s not to take anything away from United who will feel that the game was even closer than the scoreline would suggest. They ran FSFC mighty close. Not once did they sit back, as they stood ‘toe to toe’ with the League Champions. In a match where were plenty of chances at both ends, the scoreline was kept low because of some outstanding performances from the goalies, Tom Winyard for United and stand-in keeper Harry Adams for FSFC. In the end the margin of difference was just a touch of quality and the clinical finishing that we have come to expect from FSFC.


On an evening where there was a tinge of ‘the niggles’ between the teams, there was no doubting the quality of both FSFC’s goals.


FSFC will feel that they were comfortable throughout the game. Henry Day put them in to the driving seat when he finished in style, after playing a neat ‘one-two’ with Tom Prentice. George Day got the second, when he capitalised on a defensive error.


In all, it was a shame about the niggles, but United can feel pleased that they ran FSFC so close and the League Champions will be glad to have got this win unde their belt.


Kallum Breward (assistant )

Dom Mortimer

Dave Senior

Tom Thornton

Tom Winyard

Sam Hunt

Pete Shipley

George Turpin

Ben Smith

Harry Adams

Bob Addison

George Mansfield

Tom Prentice

Jordan Swain

Jack Prentice

George Day (1)

Henry Day (1)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9


REPORT

Pitch Two 9-10pm

LEAGUE

72 United

0

v

2

FSFC