Sticker Reserves 3 St Mawgan 0
Sticker Reserves kicked off this match in fine style completely dominating play stroking the ball about all over the pitch winning everything in midfield and creating real positive play from both flanks. The first goal when it came was a surprise to say the least when a lovely deep cross from Brandon Pomeroy was sliced by the defender and spun over the keepers head and into the goal! 1-0. The next was froma superb footballing move started from Ashley Koppellow who intercepted a ball and sprinted forward and Zac Smith-Brokenshire got in behind the defence and unselfishly laid the ball across the goal for Jack Williams to score his first goal for Sticker. 2.0. The third and killer goal came from Jack Boardman who used his strength and skill to wriggle free and slot home a subtle goal past the keeper. 3-0. Such was Stickers dominance that Tom Rowe hardly touched the ball in this half. The only sad point about this first half was Zac Vaughn who has made such a brilliant start to this season at left back found himself on the right side of the pitch from a corner twisted his knee so badly that the referee on hearing Zacs screams held the game up for an ambulance to be called which arrived pitchside in 15 minutes and took him to Hospital. We all wish Zac a speedy recovery and hope the injury isn't too serious!
The second half was a matter of containment which Sticker did to the letter and although they could and should have scored more St Mawgan came out a little more determined and made more of a game of it. But they didn't trouble Tom in goal so ultimately a fine win and thoroughly deserved F/T. 3-0. Roy and Roger will be very pleased with this result and the quality of the football played just a shame about poor Zac.
Team: T.Rowe, Z.Vaughn, A.Cleaves, B.Pomeroy, A.Koppelow, N.Batt, M.Searle, C.Paine, J.Williams, Z.Smith-Brokenshire, J.Boardman. Subs:K.Clarke, L.Clapham, L.Turnbull, A.Scott. Man of the Match: Zac Smith-Brokenshire a proper captains performance! Covered every blade of grass on the pitch and his distribution was superb!