Bobcats hit four against Blues

PUBLISHED: 15:28 12 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 11 May 2010

Bishop s Stortford Blues 1 Knebworth Youth Bobcats 4 IT was a great morning for the under-11 Bobcats as they picked up their first win away to Bishop s Stortford Blues. The goals came courtesy of Charlie Wheeler (two), Michael Evans and Finlay Clarke but

Bishop's Stortford Blues 1 Knebworth Youth Bobcats 4

IT was a great morning for the under-11 Bobcats as they picked up their first win away to Bishop's Stortford Blues.

The goals came courtesy of Charlie Wheeler (two), Michael Evans and Finlay Clarke but Daniel Page was instrumental in three of them.

A special mention for Sam Farr who pulled off a great save when the game was balanced at 1-1 to keep the Bobcats in the game.

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