Great Chishill held

PUBLISHED: 19:14 07 May 2008 | UPDATED: 15:45 11 May 2010

Gransden Chequers Res 1 Great Chishill Res 1 GREAT Chishill s reserves finished the season in tenth place, after an entertaining draw with Gransden Chequers. Playing against the wind, the visitors found themselves camped in their own half for much of th

Gransden Chequers Res 1 Great Chishill Res 1

GREAT Chishill's reserves finished the season in tenth place, after an entertaining draw with Gransden Chequers.

Playing against the wind, the visitors found themselves camped in their own half for much of the first half, as the hosts' neat passing created a number of good opportunities.

Only the alertness of goalkeeper Jamie Chamberlain kept the home side attack at bay, as Chishill snatched the opening goal against the run of play.

Steve McGee forced the Gransden keeper into a mistake, and David Lindsay chipped the ball home just before half -time.

The goal gave Chishill confidence, and they came out much stronger after the break, with Andy Knight breaking through twice, only to be denied by the Gransden keeper.

McGee and Derry Warren also had chances to extend their side's lead.

However, the hosts hit back, forcing an equaliser with a confident close range finish.

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