Baldock undone by two late goals
Baldock Town Templars 1 Broadhall Youth 2 Under-13s Division One BALDOCK Town s first game of the season saw the visit of the deserved current league and cup winners Broadhall Youth. Both the new look Baldock team and their opponents wanted to stamp some
Baldock Town Templars 1 Broadhall Youth 2
Under-13s Division One
BALDOCK Town's first game of the season saw the visit of the deserved current league and cup winners Broadhall Youth.
Both the new look Baldock team and their opponents wanted to stamp some early authority on this season's campaign and to gain some confidence for what will be a very competitive campaign.
The first half saw Baldock dominate and play the kind of passing football people would gladly pay to see, but it was Broadhall who created the first clear cut chance when they forced Connor Hills into a first class point blank save.
Baldock took the lead after Callum Mason held off the defenders to slot the ball past the oncoming coming keeper to give us a much deserved half time lead.
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The second half was very different as the visitors came out of the traps quickly, yet for all of the pressure they put Baldock under they were often thwarted by some good defending.
Baldock seemed to get a foot hold back in the game and should have made sure of all three points with three clear chances that on another day would have gone in.
However Broadhall had a never-say-die attitude and picked off Baldock with two late goals.