Lightning strikes twice (or should I say 5 times)
By Michael Guest
Braces for Cameron and Calvert seal the win
First game 5 nil......what would the second conjure up?
well the answer to that incredibly complex question is "exactly the same Attitude, Confidence and Effort" as game one.
a re-jigged team saw Fagan perform in goal following his MOTM performance and he did not disappoint.
Thomas pulled his sleeves up and made the defensive ROCK position his own with a standout game and a MOTM award.
Supported by Wheeler in his old position, Chad looked safe and it wasnt long before Calvert bundled home Chads first.
BUT HANG ON....what happened next stunned the away support, with a moment of drowsiness, Brackley broke free on the big pitch and headed for the goal....could we catch them? nope......1.1
this only stirred the fire inside the engines of the chaps to show the world what they had been waiting for. With Hughes up front it was only a matter of time before his effort was rewarded with a fine goal and Calvert soon grabbed his second thanks to a mazy run and a slick finish.
The second half belonged to Cameron who utilised his deft touches to maximum effect, bringing Ford and Burman into play nicely. Burman had another energetic performance and although he never got on the scoresheet he helped press the team forward where Cameron was waitring to grab his first and then at the final whistle just when Ford thought he had notched it took a slide tackling Cameron to ensure the ball crossed the line
5.1...................Bring on the Vikings