The clash between Blues n Clarets

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The clash of the two teams in the South Yorkshire Ability Counts League 7-a- side between Blues n Clarets finished with 1 win each. 

Blue’s remain top of the League and Claret’s move up to 2nd. 

BCDFC Blues 2 v BCDFC Clarets 1

Blues: Dale Smith Luke Baxter; Clarets: Malivuk

The first half ended 0-0 but it was not as boring as it might sound as both teams played some really good competitive football; however, both teams struggled to get the ball in the back of the net.

The 2nd half started off well for the Blues, who scored in the first couple of minutes with a great strike from Dale, but that was cancelled out by a great goal from Andro. Luke then scored the winning goal for the Blues with a really lucky miss-hit that Steven Jowett couldn’t get hold of .

BCDFC Clarets 2 BCDFC Blues 1

Clarets: Benjamin Thomas Robinson 2 goals; Blues: Dale 1 

The Clarets took a surprise 1-0 lead with a great team goal from Ben Robinson, keeping the lead up to half-time. In the 2nd half the Blues pushed hard for a equaliser which eventually came from Dale making it 1-1. However, in the last 3 minutes of the game the Clarets took the lead again through Ben Robinson, in the right place again at the right time, leaving it open for a really good ending to the game. No matter what the Blues threw at them they couldn’t get past Steven. Tim had a shot from a distance which looked to be going in, only for the keeper to again pull off a wonderful save. The Clarets had their chances too.

Star player for the Blues – Stephen Harrison.

Star player for the Clarets Ian Loz.

Some great competitive football today, both teams fought until the end. So well done to you all.

Match reports from Danny Johnson – Blues coach. 


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