U19s win 4-2 by Old Git

Posted: 4/2/2019 at 22:55:08, 167 views.

In an entertaining game of attacking football.
When Huddersfield YMCA took the lead with an excellent
goal after 4 mins no one would have guessed that
Boro’s U19 would be leading 4-1 at half time.
YMCA’s goal was a flowing move of passing across the park
with the ball finally being superbly vollyed home from a cross into
the box from the right. look like a hard night ahead for the Boro lads.
However from the kick-off a flowing move from the Boro saw the ball
flick off the outside of the right hand post at the swimming pool end when
Flynn McNaughton missed the chance to get an immediate equaliser.
It didn’t take Flynn long to make amends for his miss as after 12 minutes
he flicked home a lovely through ball into the box down the middle to beat
the visitor’s keeper and make it 1-1.
It looked as though this game was gonna bring us lots of goals.
On 27 minutes Robbie Scarborough, with his back to goal,
controlled the ball, just inside the area them turned
and put the ball wide of defenders and keeper into the botton left hand
corner of the net, 2-1 Boro.
It really was end to end but Huddersfield just couldn’t get a telling shot on target
and then in quick sucession flynn McNaughton scored two more to complete
a first half hat trick. His second came as the ball was played into the box
defenders and forwards vied for the balland it came to Flynn who slid it into the net.
his third was thumped home across the keeper from the right hand side of the box
to make it 4-1 and that was the end of the scoring in the first half.
How many is it going to be must have been the thoughts of the crowd in the stand.
But even though the 2nd half was end to end and Huddersfild scored a well-worked 2nd
after 10 mins of the 2nd 45 there was to be no further goals.
On what turned into a freezing cold night it was a great game
to watch for both the local & visiting fans.
After the final whistle I noticed two of our players limping off into the dressing room.
I hope that they weren’t serious injuries and they’ll be out there next Monday night
for the top of the table clash with Pontefract Collieries.
See you there for what looks like being a cracking match.

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