Reserves Put 5 past Long Melford
By Glen Wilkinson
The Reserves saw themselves through to the next round of the League Cup following their
A slightly improved performance from Keith Dicker’s young reserve side saw them safely through to the next round of the league cup with a dominating 5-1 victory
Charlie Dicker opened the scoring with a penalty which was put away confidently. Another foul in the area and another penalty this time converted by the impressive Liam MOIR.
David Kibblewhite came close to adding to the scoresheet when he climbed well to a perfect cross. Unfortunately his header forced a brilliant finger tip save from the keeper to deny him his first goal for the club.
Dicker then made it 3 for the bloods with a well taken shot into the corner. Half time 0-3
The intensity of the game didn’t change an awful lot in the second half and Dan PINKNEY soon got himself on the scoresheet after some great work from Jack Morris.
Soon after, the Melford keeper decided he wanted an early bath and the referee duly obliged after the keeper decided to foolishly head butt the lively Morris.
The substitute keeper duly came on and faced a penalty kick from the young Sac Hassan. Unfortunately it wasnt the best effort and the keeper saved well.
There was still time for the bloods to force a defensive error which resulted in a 5th goal.
There was one switch off moment from Walden that allowed Melford in to score a consolation goal.
Once again, Joe Cullin took the MOM award. This young man is learning fast and is heading for a great season at the club