Melbourn unable to break down Hatfield
Hatfield 2 MDFC 0, Hatfield 3 MDFC 1 Under-sevenON a bone-hard pitch against tough-tackling opponents, Melbourn Dynamos were slow to get going in their first match against Hatfield and relied on good defensive work from Arthur Gomm to keep them in the ga
Hatfield 2 MDFC 0, Hatfield 3 MDFC 1
ON a bone-hard pitch against tough-tackling opponents, Melbourn Dynamos were slow to get going in their first match against Hatfield and relied on good defensive work from Arthur Gomm to keep them in the game.
A much-improved second-half performance brought some chances but no goals as they lost 2-0.
In the second match, the Dynamos were much stronger but despite excellent defending by Nathan Clark they found themselves two goals down at half-time because of a cross which turned into a shot and a mix-up in the defence.
The second half was all Melbourn and man-of-the-match Toby Locking was instrumental in setting up the chance for Louis Chadwick to reduce the deficit.
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The Dynamos looked by far the most likely team to score, going close twice, but a breakaway goal sealed another victory for Hatfield.