Mixed results for the Dynamos against Baldock

PUBLISHED: 11:10 26 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:10 11 May 2010

Melbourn Dynamos Panthers 2 Baldock Town Youth 1 Under-nines AFTER some heavy rain the match kicked off with sun breaking through the clouds at home this Saturday. The Panthers stormed into the game displaying some excellent passing skills and they forced

Melbourn Dynamos Panthers 2 Baldock Town Youth 1

Under-nines

AFTER some heavy rain the match kicked off with sun breaking through the clouds at home this Saturday.

The Panthers stormed into the game displaying some excellent passing skills and they forced the play in the early stages.

Josh Montgomery scored after eight minutes and the lead encouraged the boys to put in their best first half performance of the season.

In the second half the Panthers doubled their lead after Dylan Snowden scored however Baldock never gave up and managed a consolation goal just before the final whistle to make it 2-1.

Goalkeeper Ethan Chesham was awarded man-of-the-match for his focused display.

Melbourn Dynamos Tigers 0 Baldock Town Youth 6

BALDOCK hit back hard in the second match by passing their way around the pitch and pushing forward at every opportunity.

Despite a hard working performance the Tigers went in 4-0 down at the break.

The second half continued in the same manner despite Josh Brown working extremely hard in goal by making some great saves during the game.

Ethan Chesham brought on in defence in the latter part of the game was awarded man-of-the-match for his efforts as Melbourn defended much better in the second half, however Baldock scored another two goals to finish 6-0 winners.

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