Letchworth GCE Blues and Royston Celtic Whites share a point after an 8 goal spectacular
Letchworth GCE Blues 4 Royston Celtic Whites 4 Under-12s Division One WHAT a start to the game this was, with the Whites moving the ball quickly from the off through Richard Jonas and scoring through Justin Leavers who curled the ball into the top corner.
Letchworth GCE Blues 4 Royston Celtic Whites 4
Under-12s Division One
WHAT a start to the game this was, with the Whites moving the ball quickly from the off through Richard Jonas and scoring through Justin Leavers who curled the ball into the top corner.
A lack of concentration saw Letchworth get a goal back but the Whites had their heads up and George Bailey provided the ball for Jonas who used his pace to beat the defenders before finishing off to put his team ahead once more.
Great play by the back four of Lorcan George, Jack Mills ,Callum Pinner and Eamon Henderson kept things tight while in midfield Ben Webb battled away to give Letchworth no time on the ball.
Rhys Westbury played a great through ball and its pace and strength scared the defence in to playing it back to the 'keeper who was unable to pick it up and up popped Leavers who skipped past the 'keeper to score his fifth hat-trick of the season and his 29th goal in all competitions.
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The second half saw the Whites make some changes with Edward Atkins coming on.
Letchworth, though, faired much better in this half and they were able to claw the game back to 4-4 before the final whistle blew.