Ickwell put eight past Letchworth in the League Cup

PUBLISHED: 11:24 03 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:12 11 May 2010

Ickwell U15s

Ickwell U15s

Letchworth GCE Whites 1 Ickwell & Old Warden 8 Under-15s League Cup Ickwell & Old Warden Under-15s football team members travelled to Letchworth to play their previously postponed League Cup game from last Sunday which had been called off due to rain. Fun

Letchworth GCE Whites 1 Ickwell & Old Warden 8

Under-15s League Cup

Ickwell & Old Warden Under-15s football team members travelled to Letchworth to play their previously postponed League Cup game from last Sunday which had been called off due to rain.

Funnily enough the team experienced more heavy rain before they travelled to Letchworth and when they got there.

Ickwell got off to a stunning start and were quick to put the game out of reach for the boys from Letchworth.

They were 4-0 up within five minutes, and added another before the break.

The Letchworth Whites never gave up and got a consolation, but not before Ickwell had put three more past their beleaguered 'keeper.

The scorers for Ickwell were Liam, with six, and Kyle who scored twice.

It was good to see Doogie making his debut for Ickwell, having two spells on the pitch in his favoured roles in midfield and attack.

The boys from both teams showed respect and sportsmanship towards each other, and Ickwell want to wish Letchworth all the best for the rest of the season.

The victors now move on to the next round of the League Cup in the New Year.

Ickwell squad: Chris, Chaluim, Jack S, Jack C, Sam, Jack G, Tom, Toren, Steven, Liam, Kyle, Alex, Ricky, Doogie, Joe (Injured).

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