Sticker 3 Biscovey 0
Sticker kicked off this Duchy Premier league game against Biscovey on a a horrible dismal afternoon where playing decent football wasn't easy as the skiddy surface of a rainsoaked pitch made control difficult. However this didn't stop Sticker trying. They started the most positive of the two teams and put Biscovey on the defensive straight from the kick off. The first chance fell to Jowan Dingle who sped through the defence and as the keeper came rushing out he shot the ball past him and wide of the goal with more confidence he would have gone round the keeper! Jowan had another effort and this time on the right closing in on goal this time he did the right thing and sent a delightful chip over the keepers head and everyone thought it had gone into the net but no it just went over! Finally Sticker did open the scoring when a short corner from Jack Boardman to Ashley Koppellow who miscued his shot come cross straight to Jowan in the area who flicked behind him and there was Harvey Hann instinctively firing into the roof of the net. 1-0. Biscovey woke up a bit after this but with an ageing squad couldn't keep pace with the Sticker youngsters. Just before half time Jowan got his just rewards when he latched onto a through ball and this time shot past the advancing keeper into the corner of the goal. H/T. 2-0.
The Second half started and with the rain drizzling down the game became a lottery with so many misplaced passes from both teams. Sticker became guilty of trying to play the intricate stuff near the goal rather than trying a shot and testing the keeper. Biscovey sensed they might get something from the game and started to beat the offside but Tome Rowe in the Sticker goal made two outstanding blocks to keep his team ahead. Finally Sticker killed the game off when Harvey Haan got his second with a powerful header from a corner to make the final score 3-0.
Team: T.Rowe, B.Pomeroy, A.Cleaves, J.Annear,A.Koppelow, A.Coates, H.Haan, M.Barrezi, L.Clapham, J.Boardman, J.Dingle. Subs Used: T.Annear, L.Perkes