New Farington House travelled away to the Uclan Preston Sports Arena to take on an inform Canaries side who beat the newly crowned Premier League Champions Greenlands during the week. For the second time in a week Farry House were much changed due to injuries and holidays etc. New Farington House had lost their previous 2 fixtures and were looking for a vast improvement and they started well. They dominated the early possession and took the lead after 6 minutes when Martin McCubbin scored a free kick from the left hand side, low and hard. Farry doubled their lead after 15 minutes when Craig Boothby headed home a corner from close range. Canaries got a goal back after 22 minutes when a long free kick fell to their forward who finished inside the 18 yard box. It was 2-2 after 24 minutes when they scored again. The winger looked along way off side and he crossed for their forward to finish from close range. This was a mad five minutes for Farry but they hit back again after 27 minutes when a Martin McCubbin corner fell to Ryan Broomhead who finished from close range. It looked like Craig Boothby had got the final touch but Ryan was credited with the goal. The half time score was Canaries 2 New Farington House 3. New Farington House were on top untill the hour mark and missed a few chances before they collapsed. The Canaries equaliser came when their centre forward headed home a free header from a corner. Canaries took the lead for the first time in the game on 65th minute when they were first to follow up from a block form Lee Hall in the Farry goal. It was 5-3 on the 67th minute when a ball was misjudged by the Farry centre halves, Canaries got a cross in and they scored from it. Things got from bad to worse on the 77th minute when scrappy play from Farry in their own half saw the ball break to a Canaries player who lobbed Lee Hall to make the score 6-3. The worst was still to come on the 88th minute when a Canaries player walked through 3 Farry House defenders to finish low past Lee Hall to make the final score Canaries 7 New Farington House 3. Overall a very poor, woeful second half performance from New Farington House saw Canaries gain a well deserved victory. 3 defeats in a week is uncharacteristic of the Farry House squad. The squad was down to 12 today with alot of absentees who were missed terribly. With the final of the LFA Sunday Trophy just around the corner every player is playing for their shirts. Man of the match Craig Boothby a good header and what looked like a brace, well done mate. Next fixture Penwortham Town away on Thursday night, Farry House will be looking to put in a better performance as shirts are up for grabs for everyone.