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Away | 18 November 2017

Match Report Willington v Jags (18.11.17) – final score 12-1

Team:   Kaydon – GK,

              Shay – LB, Daniel Whitehead – CB, James – CB, Mac – RB,  

              Aaron – CM, Daniel Robson – CM,

              Connor – RW, Kai – LW    

               Charlie – Striker, Ashton – Striker


               Subs: Jamie Whitehead, Matthew, Oliver 

               Not available Thomas and Luke.



A chilly start today at Willington. 

Match started with the home team on the attack, Jags fought back, initially an end to end game.  In the first five minutes Willington had several chances on goal all defended and saved well by Jags.  Willington took the lead after a scrappy effort, poor defending to clear the ball.

Ashton Barnes ( Jags ) had a shot on goal which went wide of the mark.

Second goal to Willington again poor defending by Jags, Willington scored their third goal with a floating effort, good goal.  Straight from kick off, another effort by Willington, well saved by Jags Keeper Kaydon.

Fifth goal to Willington, poor defending again.  Jags did pull a goal back before the break, Ashton Barnes scoring again.

From the kick off, Willington went straight upfield and had a fine effort on goal,  a great save by Jags keeper again. 

Corner to Willington again well defended, gave away a free kick to Willington producing a great block from the Jags wall.

Half time: 5-1 Willington.

Second half:  Connor, Mac and Aaron off for the Jags, replaced by Matthew, Oliver and Jamie.  Straight away from kick off, another effort by Willington, over the post. 

Jags had some neat passes to gain upfield advantage, a  shot well saved from Willington keeper.  Sixth goal to Willington own goal by James trying his best to defend, very unlucky.  Seventh goal to Willington again poor defending by Jags. 

Corner to Willington, another effort on goal by Willington, again well saved by Jags keeper Kaydon.     Eighth goal to Willington was contentious to say the least was not sure if over the line in most people’s opinion, but the ref said it was. 

Poor play by Jags resulted in a penalty to Willington, not sure why, but scored, 9-1.

Sloppy play again by Jags, 10-1 Willington.

Eleventh goal to Willington again poor defending, no man marking.

Jags then had 2 efforts on goal that were saved and defended well by Willington.

Willington’s twelfth goal was well worked and a good effort.

Overall the game was a poor effort by Jags, not consistent enough as overall play, and very few chances in attack. 

Man of the match picked by Willington Manager: Kai