CUP R1 - 12/11/2011 - WIBSEY LIONS 'A v ALMONDBURY LIONS 'B

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CUP R1 - 12/11/2011 - WIBSEY LIONS 'A v ALMONDBURY LIONS 'B

Post  phil barran on Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:17 am

Huddersfield RCD Junior Football League
Under 10’s League Cup, round 1 - 2011/12

12/11/11

Wibsey Lions ‘A v Almondbury Lions ‘B

Score: 10-0

Wibsey Goals: Owen (5), Jacob (4), Connor B

MoM: Owen


Wibsey A
Jack Hewitt-Hill
Brad Davis
Travis Wardman
Connor Barran
Owen Khan (captain)
Ben Kerwick
Jacob McLoughlin
Subs
None

As It Happened
1m-
2m-Jack comes off his line to claim a cross
3m-WIBSEY GOAL, 1-0: Travis to Owen, one-two with Jacob then slots it in to corner
4m-Ben to Owen to Jacob who shoots wide
5m-Ben to Jacob who shoots from narrow angle but keeper tips it on to bar and over
6m-Owen’s corner is headed wide by Ben
7m-WIBSEY GOAL, 2-0: Jack’s goal kick is flicked on by Owen to Jacob who finishes neatly
8m-
9m-
10m-
11m-Good run from Owen to create room for a shot that drifts wide
12m-Poor Almondbury goal kick, Jacob latches on to it and shoots, keeper tips it wide
13m-Ben’s corner is met by Connor at the back post but his shot is cleared off the goal line
14m-Jacob makes room for a cross; Owen’s shot is blocked away to Connor who fires wide
15m-Ben throws to Jacob who fires straight at the keeper who just hangs on in time
16m-Ben sets up Owen but his shot is parried to Jacob and his shot is well saved
17m-Jacob to Owen who shoots, deflected wide. Jack does well to tip a long range effort wide
18m-Great run and cross from Owen to Jacob in the middle but his shot is well saved
19m-Owen throws to Jacob who runs on and fires in to the side netting
20m-WIBSEY GOAL, 3-0: Jacob tees up Owen who burst the net with a pile-driver
21m-Ben throws to Jacob who shoots wide
22m-Good save from Jack. Jacob makes room for a shot but the keeper makes a good save
23m-Ben finds room for a shot but the keeper saves well again
24m-WIBSEY GOAL, 4-0: Owen finds Connor at the back post and he volleys it in to the corner of the net
25m-Good headed clearance from Connor. Almondbury corner, shot goes wide
26m-Good block from Travis and Jack claims ball
27m-WIBSEY GOAL, 5-0: Connor to Owen who crosses for Jacob to knock it home
28m-Ben to Owen, great run and cross to Jacob who’s shot is deflected wide
29m-WIBSEY GOAL, 6-0: Jacob’s corner is drilled through the crowd in to the back of the net by Owen
30m-Good headed clearance from Ben
31m-WIBSEY GOAL, 7-0: Jacob collects ball in own half, runs half length of pitch and prods ball past keeper
32m-WIBSEY GOAL, 8-0: Ben’s goal kick to Owen who does good work on wing and crosses for Jacob to fire home
33m-WIBSEY GOAL, 9-0: Jacob tees up Owen and his goal-bound shot takes a deflection before finding the net

34m-Owen’s cross is tipped round post by keeper
35m-Connor to Ben whose shot strikes the bar, rebounds to Connor who tees up Jacob for an over-head shot that hits the post
36m-Jacob intercepts goal-kick but shoots wide
37m-Good run from Ben and he finds Jacob but the keeper rushes out to save at his feet
38m-Ben’s corner falls to Connor but his shot is blocked away
39m-WIBSEY GOAL, 10-0: Jacob’s corner sets up pin-ball in the area before Owen shoots with his left foot in to the corner
40m-Ben tees up Jacob for one final shot that drifts wide

Summary
The Lions’ met on the astro at The Grange due to the Den being waterlogged and both Pride’s were at stake in this first round tie of the league cup. Thanks to Almondbury for the late switch, it is much appreciated as we face the miserable winter weekends. Unfortunately Almondbury left with their tails between their legs after being hammered by a top ten from the Wibsey Lions. The home A team against the away B team told the story in a one-sided affair but all credit to the visitors for sticking to their task and never giving up. Owen scored a magnificent five goals in a tremendous performance. Jacob bagged four for himself as he led the front-line brilliantly and Connor got the other goal to make it three in three for him. Ben was ace in midfield and was at the start of most attacks. Travis and Brad had very solid games in defence and few problems dealing with the visiting strikers. Jack did well to keep concentrating and made some good saves from his brief duties.

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