Match Report
Recliners Youth v Warmley Rangers

 

League Division 5

 
   

Recliners Youth

0

Warmley Rangers

4

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Match Reports

Recliners Youth Report;

"A good game to play in, Warmley by far the better team and two goals in each half saw them canter to a straightforward victory. The game was played in very good spirit overall and we wish Warmley all the best for the rest of the season."

Warmley Rangers Report:

" After a first loss in the league to Weston the Warmley faithful travelled to Wick for an exciting away game to a top of the league Recliners. The away end was packed and the Green Army was soon welcoming their idols to the plush pitch on offer at Wick FC. Club manager Tucker had a pretty much full strength team to pick from, a massive contrast to the last fixture, with the only absentee being Hounslow who was dropped from the team after his poor performance against Weston. Warmley started the match looking very dangerous and after creating a few chances they finally opened the scoring through Phil Podger, a great showing of close control to turn a Recliners defender and then expertly finish. Ranger's day got a bit easier when the Recliners number 9 went off injured, who up until that time had looked like their most dangerous player. Warmley took advantage of the confusion this created and scored a great team goal on the break, Dacey slotting a perfect pass across goal for Podger to score his second of the game. 2-0 at half time and Warmley looking good value for it. The second half saw Rangers make a few changes to bring in Chris Mckeigue for his Warmley debut after a successful stint on Slimming World. Recliners grew into the game after the second half and managed to keep the ball a lot better from Rangers, however the third goal was not far away. A great clipped pass from the Rangers left back allowed Troy to score a screamer into the top corner, marking his debut with a great goal. The fourth goal was scored soon after from a set piece play with Rob Blake scoring his first for the Green Army. A big thank you to Recliners who had to use their own players to ref the game, and although for a dodgy whistle, did a great job. Muppet of the Match went to Sean Dacey for missing four very good chances and being the most desperate player to ever want to score the Warmley fans have seen. Man of the Match is also Sean Dacey after claiming three assists and leading the line for Rangers very well. "