|Whinney Banks U9||2|
The starting seven for whinneybanks final game of the season was Sam Train in goal, Boaz Seed and Lewis Relph in defence, Kaden High and Ryan Gillow occupied the left and right midfield with Cain Clark in the centre of midfield. Dylan Savvery led the whinneybanks attack.
The game was underway on a very small new marske pitch, whinneybanks where trying to pass the ball sharply but new marske where closing the ball down well, Cain Clark was working hard in midfield to win any loose balls he could. Whinneybanks first attack came from Ryan Gillow on the right wing, picking the ball up in his own half and skipping past several marske players was unlucky as his cross was collected by the goalkeeper. Both teams where fighting hard for the first goal and it nearly went new marskes was but Sam Train made a great save from range and held the ball well to keep the game at 0-0. A mistake from a marske defender then led Dylan Savvery through on goal, and with the coolest of heads slotted the ball away 1-0 whinneybanks. New Marske where straight back on the attack but great positional play from Boaz Seed and Lewis Relph saw the danger away, new marske where not getting a foot hold in the game and putting pressure on whinneybanks the half time whistle came at the right time for whinneybanks. 1-0 half time.
The second half started with new marske playing a long ball into the whinneybanks box and with a great touch from the marske striker he found the back of the net. 1-1. After conceding whinneybanks where back on the ball with Kaden High making tackle after tackle on the left wing and finding great passes infield, this led to a good pass to Cain Clarke who struck the ball brilliantly and found the back of the marske net. 2-1 whinneybanks. The game restarted and with the wind getting stronger throughout the game the new marske striker took a risk and hit a shot from a very long range and found the equaliser within seconds of going behind in the game. 2-2. The game was coming to an end, on came Masoor Mizaree to try and get whinneybanks a goal, with seconds remaining in the game whinneybanks captain Boaz Seed picked the ball up in his own half and unleashed a fantastic strike that crashed off the new marske crossbar. Fulltime Whinneybanks 2-2 New Marske.
MOM Boaz Seed
The starting seven for this game were Sam Train in goal, Bradley Smith and Lewis Relph in defence, with Freddie Penketh and Ryan Gillow on the left and right wing with Boaz Seed in the centre of midfield. Masoor Mizaree led the whinneybanks attack.
The game began with both teams finding it hard to break each other down, Boaz Seed was working hard winning loose balls in midfield, Bradley Smith was defeding brilliantly finding passes out of danger and leading whinneybanks on the attack, Ryan Gillow burst into the Marske box with the ball and squeezed the ball into back of the net. 1-0 whinneybanks. The game was becoming hard for both teams and both werer struggling to get their passing going, a strike from long range by a marske player forced an excellent save from Sam Train in the whinneybanks goal. Masoor Mirzaee was holding the ball up well in attack for whinneybanks but marske were defending well and clearing the ball from danger. First Half 1-0 whinneybanks.
The second half began the same as the first as both teams could not keep the ball, possession was moving between both teams, substitutions saw Freddie penketh replaced by Dylan Savvery and Ellis Myers came on for Boaz Seed. Ellis Myers was straight into the game and was settling the ball down well in midfield and finding passes to the wide players, Dylan Savvery skipped past one player with great skill, but Marske had a number of defenders to close down the whinneybanks pressure. The game was coming to an end and marske looked for one last effort at goal and with another long range effort found the back of the net. 1-1. Full time WhinneyBanks 1-1 New Marske.
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