New Farington House FC travelled away to the home of Coppull United to take on a much fancied FC Springfield side made up of players from Charnock Richard and Coppull United Saturday teams in the last 16 of the LFA Sunday Trophy. The game started at a fast tempo and both teams played some good football with neither goalkeeper being worked early on. New Farington House took the lead on the 39th minute when Byron Andrew scored an absolute screamer from 35 yards out. Byron smashed the ball giving the Springfield keeper no chance and it almost took the roof of the net off. The halftime score was FC Springfield 0 New Farington House 1. New Farington House dominated the second half and went further infront after Byron Andrew converted a penalty on the 67th minute. FC Springfield looked dead and buried and Paul Howson in the Farry goal had nothing to do until the 69th minute when FC Springfield got a goal back in controversial circumstances. A long ball was being dealt with by right back Marshall Holding and for an unknown reason a free kick was awarded to FC Springfield when, if there was a foul, it was the other way. There centre forward curled the ball around the wall past the diving Paul Howson. FC Springfield were soon on level terms on the 71st minute when they scored a good goal from a cross. It was disapointing because until then FC Springfield were not in the game, Farrys defence were on top and Paul Howson had little to do for 90 minutes. New Farington House then stepped up their game with man of the match Daniel Morris running the game from the left wing. Farry went ahead on the 75th minute when Ashley Ball finished brilliantly into the bottom corner. Farry went further ahead and killed the game off on the 85th minute when Ashley Ball finished well with a cheeky back heel. The final score was FC Springfield 2 New Farington House 4. Overall a good solid performance see's Farry House into the quarter finals of the LFA Sunday Trophy. Daniel Morris was named man of the match well done son !!