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Park U18s - Match Report

Honours Even At Middlewich

(Gary Meacock 12/11/2017)

2    Frodsham JFC Park U18s
2    Middlewich Town U18s

(Match Date: Sunday 12th November 2017)
Frodsham and Middlewich played out an entertaining draw in a game that was certainly a game of 2 halves.

In an earlier than scheduled KO, Frodsham struggled to get
going in the first half with Middlewich having taken a 2-0 lead at half time. That said, Frodsham were up against a swirling wind in their faces which hampered any progress going forward. Whilst the conceded goals were sloppy from our perspective we knew that second half we would get our opportunities. Musty had great hands for many of the balls looped into the box not giving Middlewich any opportunity of a second chance.

Middlewich were resolute in the second half keeping Frodsham at bay for 15 minutes, then a tactical change giving Mike a free run down the left opened up greater opportunities for Frodsham. We were rewarded with a wonder strike from Nat. Build up play down the left through Mike, who played a square ball into Nat, who turned and unleashed a 30 yard thunderbolt into the far right corner.

A further tactical switch with Loc having been rested for 10 minutes, we reverted to 4-3-3 to continue the pressure for the equaliser and it duly came with 15 minutes to go, a simple through ball to Loc, who still had work to do, was able to loop the ball calmly over the on rushing keeper.

With a frantic 15 minutes to go, neither team could break the stalemate although Frodsham had numerous corners but couldn’t convert any and Middlewich had a gilt edge chance to take the points late on.

Fair result to a very entertaining game of football

MOM went to Nat – not only was the strike an memorable one, his all round game was excellent. Pressurising the opposition, great control and awareness and his passing continued to create opportunities.