Melbourn beat Stevenage 6-2

PUBLISHED: 11:02 05 May 2009 | UPDATED: 16:02 11 May 2010

IT was another strong team performance this week from Melbourn Dynamos Panthers with an emphatic 6-2 win over Stevenage Youth A. The goals were shared amongst the Melbourn attack with Ollie Deadman working tirelessly to create chances. Man-of-the-match Se

IT was another strong team performance this week from Melbourn Dynamos Panthers with an emphatic 6-2 win over Stevenage Youth A.

The goals were shared amongst the Melbourn attack with Ollie Deadman working tirelessly to create chances.

Man-of-the-match Sean Lodge had an outstanding game breaking up the Stevenage attacks with Theo Windred putting in a strong performance in goal.

MELBOURN Dynamos Tigers also performed strongly matching Stevenage Youth B goal for goal for much of the game with some outstanding play from man of the match Edward Willis who scored a magnificent goal shortly before time.

Tigers' top scorer Matthew Morris put two fine shots past the Stevenage goalkeeper and James Morris came close to scoring with some great runs through the Stevenage defence but a late surge by Stevenage brought them a 6-3 victory.

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