Panthers far too strong for the Eagles
Letchworth Eagles Reds 1 Knebworth Youth Panthers 6 Under-16s Division One KNEBWORTH Panthers were away to Letchworth at the weekend in a clash that has always been tight over the years. The first few minutes saw most players bypassed by the football as t
Letchworth Eagles Reds 1 Knebworth Youth Panthers 6
Under-16s Division One
KNEBWORTH Panthers were away to Letchworth at the weekend in a clash that has always been tight over the years.
The first few minutes saw most players bypassed by the football as the two goalkeepers played end-to-end football between themselves, but eventually Knebworth got the ball on the floor and were able to keep the Letchworth 'keeper busy.
Knebworth worked the ball well with Michael and Patrick winning every ball in the centre and Angus up front knocking on the door before he got two goals to put the pressure on their opponents.
The team worked well together; Jordan Borrie was up for every tackle and Jazz held the back four in line as balls continued to be fed forward.
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Crosses in to the box from Casey and Jack picked out Rhami and Alex whop both got on the score line as Knebworth went into the break 4-0 up.
In the second half Knebworth kept the tempo up and and manager Pearson decided he wanted more goals so left just three at the back.
Against the run of play and with speed Letchworth broke and a tackle by Borrie resulted in Letchworth being awarded a penalty which they duly converted, but Knebworth didn't sit back and Rhami and Lewis got the goals as Knebworth climbed to the top of Division One.