Knebworth roar to success
Knebworth Youth Cheetahs Blacks 5 Letchworth Eagles Blacks 1 THIS performance was up there with the best from the Knebworth Youth Cheetahs Blacks in what is fast becoming their best season to date. They roared into the lead inside a minute when Travis Ham
Knebworth Youth Cheetahs Blacks 5 Letchworth Eagles Blacks 1
THIS performance was up there with the best from the Knebworth Youth Cheetahs Blacks in what is fast becoming their best season to date.
They roared into the lead inside a minute when Travis Hambleton's floated cross eluded everybody to nestle into the back of the net and the crowd hardly had a minute to draw breath when Mitchell Rogers accepted a through ball and placed it wide of the keeper for 2-0.
Callum Cook kept the home team in the game with two good saves and even though they had just seven players today they performing admirably.
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After a Letchworth player handled the ball outside the box Archie Garrett's excellent free-kick fell nicely at the feet of Rogers who scored his second goal to make it three, and a typical surging run from midfield from skipper Harry Isherwood was finished to leave the Cheetahs 4-0 up at the break.
The Cheetahs made a few changes in position and witnessed a superb individual goal from the impressive Charlie Unwin, who beat his man and lashed the ball home from outside the area.
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Letchworth kept plugging away though and Isherwood, now in goal, had to make three good saves.
The visitors finally got their reward when they scored late in the game but overall this was another impressive Knebworth performance.