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Sunday Under 14's (Rowsley)...

Manager: Lawrie Johnson 01246 269835 - 07791 144861
nicolajohnson06@aol.com
Assistant Manager: Mark Kneller
Match Arranger: Lawrie Johnson 01246 269835 - 07791 144861
Ground: Stand Road Park
League: Rowsley & District Youth League Division 2


Kit Sponsor: Royal Mail Sports Foundation

u14 Squad

Aiden Lee Curtis Myers Joe Patton Steven Linney
Alex Genn Daniel Kneller Michael Johnson Tom Raybould
Ben Joshua Dhillon Singh Nathan Warby Wayne Turner
Chase Galbraith Jake Wilson Ryan Buxton

Fixtures & Results 2010/11

2010
   
12 Sept H Somersall Rangers Blues D 4-4 Michael 2, Tom, Steven  
19 Sept A Matlock Town Jaguars L 2-3 Aiden 2  
10 Oct A Dronfield Town W 14-0 Aiden 3, Michael 3, Joe 2, Steven 2, Ben, Tom, Nathan & Chase

17 Oct H Shirebrook
(Cup)
L 1-4 Michael  
24 Oct H Wingerworth Kestrels L 2-3 Chase, Michael
31 Oct A Kirkby Community W 7-0 Aiden 4, Steven 2, Michael

7 Nov A Hasland Community W 5-1 Michael 2, Steven 2, Alex

14 Nov A Alfreton Town Wildcats
(Cup)
L 1-2 Chase

21 Nov H Heanor Staffs Torche
W 13-0 Steven 4, Michael 2, Aiden 2, Ben 2, Alex, Tom, Chase

2011
2 Jan A Somersall Rangers Blues W 7-5 Michael 4, Chase, Daniel, OG  
9 Jan H Matlock Town Jaguars L 1-4 Steven  
16 Jan A Alfreton Town Wildcats W 3-1 Michael, Alex, Aiden  
23 Jan H Dronfield Town Colts W 10-0 Aiden 3, Michael 3, Steven, Dhillon, Nathan, Jack  
30 Jan A Wingerworth Kestrels L 2-5 Michael 2  
6 Feb H Kirkby Community W 4-2 Michael, Nathan, Steven, Joe  
13 Feb H Hasland Community W 5-1 Aiden, Steven, Tom, Nathan Dhillon  
6 Mar A Buxton Eagles L 1-4  
13 Mar A Tansley Typhoons L 1-3 Aiden  
27 Mar A Heanor Staffs United W 6-4 Steven 2, Tom, Dhillon, Wayne, Joe  
3 Apr H Heanor Staffs United W 5-1 Steven 2, Chase 2, Wayne  
10 Apr H Buxton Eagles W 6-1 Wayne 2, Aiden, Chase, Tom, Michael  
17 Apr H Alfreton Town Wildcats L 1-3 Wayne  
26 Apr H Tansley Typhoons L 2-5 Steven, Tom  

Goalscorers

Michael 25 Alex 3
Steven 20 Ben 3
Aiden 18 Dhillon 3
Chase 8 Jake 1
Tom

7

Daniel 1
Nathan 4 OG 1
Joe 4    
Wayne 4    

17 Apr H Alfreton Town Wildcats L 1-3 Wayne
Disapointed CTFC players walked off the pitch defeated for the first game in four today. A defeat which really should have been avoided. The players did not really seem as though they wanted to be on the pitch. The passing was very wayward and the talking almost non exeisting. A massive contrast to the rescent games. The first half CTFC went in to the break 1 - 2 down. A goal from Wayne Turner at the far post crossed in by a good free kick from Tom Raybould saw CTFC with a chance to bring the game back in their control. But unfortunately that was not to be and conceeding late in the second half validated the defeat. Another strong performance by Tom Raybould in the centre of midfield, again shows his character and why he is proven to be the captain of this team. Other players should look at his work ethic and determination and follow his lead. Only one more match left, lets hope they can put more effort into that match and prove how well CTFC can really play!!

Man of the Match: Tom Raybould
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10 Apr H Buxton Eagles W 6-1 Wayne 2, Aiden, Chase, Tom, Michael
At the start of the match, the message to the CTFC boys was to continue where they left off against Heanor. They did this with some football the first division would have struggled to defend against. Spreading the ball down both wings, runs being made all over the park and some top class finishing saw CTFC a massive 5 - 0 up at HT. This against a team which beat us in their home fixture, who are only one place behind in the league and are pushing for promotion! Wayne Turner opened the scoring with a tap in from Steven Linney's cross. He was on the score sheet again not long after with a good header this time from Steven Linney's corner. Aiden Lee latched onto some woeful defending and slotted past the keeper to make it 3 - 0, Chase Galbraith did the same and Tom Raybould scored a bullet Header, again from Steve's corner.HT 5 - 0. The heat was playing a part in the game as the players from both teams kept stopping for refreshments, Buxton however didnt give up and scored a great goal from midfield, lashing a strike over the keeper. Subs were made and play became a little dis-orientated and mistakes from either side were creeping in. The game looked to be fading when Michael Johnson closed a goal kick down and scored his first for four games. I feel really proud of the lads not only for putting three wins in a row together, but how they have played some really impressive football for the supporters on the sidelines. well done again lads.

Man of the Match: Tom Raybould

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3 Apr H

Heanor Staffs United

W 5-1 Steven 2, Chase 2, Wayne
A good display of football this week by CTFC. They were asked to to do a job today and performed it outstandingly. Passing the ball around the park and watching the opposition chase it was a joy to watch, credit to the lads for being inventive and capitalising on some good chances. Steven Linney was playing fantasically well on the right of midfield, Tom Raybould and Nathan Warby were very comanding in the centre of midfield and defence respectivley. The first goal was well set up by Michael John with a through ball to Chase Galbraith who was missed in the weeks previous fixture, but delivered early on in the game with a low shot into the net. Heanor then bounced back., as they did last week with a good drive past the keeper. This was to be there last real chance of the game as CTFC took a firm grip on prosceedings with another well placed shot by Chase Galbraith, and two efforts by Steven Linney to make it 4 - 1HT. The second half was very much a controlling excersise for the CTFC lads who did a good job holding onto the ball, passing into space and making good runs for eachother. Wayne Turner wrapped up the match when the ball came to him on the edge of the area, he didnt hesitate to put the low drive past a host of players into the bottom corner. Chances came and went with Michal Johnson hitting the bar, Joe Patton the post and some outstanding saves made by the Heanor keeper kept the score fairly low really. So, a game of good spirit and a very good attitude by all concerned.
Man Of The Match: Steven Linney
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27 Mar A Heanor Staffs United W 6-4 Steven 2, Tom, Dhillon, Wayne, Joe
A game in which the first half consisted of eight goals, end to end action and a host of missed chances. CTFC were all very sleepy in the first couple of minutes and went one down early on. Some woeful defending allowed Heanor's most skillful player to shoot from the corner of the area lobbing the keeper. CTFC soon took a grip of the game when a good run down the wing from Wayne Turner saw him one on one withe the keeper and calmly lash the ball into the net from eight yards out. Dhillon Singh added the second without realising, when he burst into the box putting in a strong challenge, the ball bounced off his foot into the corner of the net. The third, a freekick from about twenty five yrds from Tom Raybould hit the far post bouncing into the net. Somehow the lads must have thought it would be all over, until Ryan Buxton was disapointed to see a handball given against him and the resulting penalty converted. The Heanor players were now full of conidence and pushed CTFC on the back foot. There persistance was rewarded when a cross came in and was not cleared. The shot was weak but made it into the bottom corner of the goal. A bit of a rollocking off the captain made the CTFC players come alive, going straight on the offensive and Steven Linney slotted the ball home from a few yards out, after putting a hatful of chances over the bar. Joe Patton quickly adeded a fifth on the stroke of half time with a well taken goal. The second half was not so exciting, however much more controlled by CTFC restricting the hosts to only one or two efforts on goal. CTFC, still missing pleanty of chances, eventusally put one of them away when Steven Linney scored his second of the game. Tom Raybould was booked for descent and Nathan Warby also booked for frustratingly kicking the ball away after a shoulder barge which was easily fifty fifty. But the players have got to learn to control their tempers when things dont go their way, which to be fair, has happened all to often this season. Dhillon Singh was outstanding today, covering vast distances on the pitch trying to help out his team and scoring one, so deservedly will get the man of the match today
Man Of The Match: Dhillon Singh.
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13 Feb H Hasland Community W 5-1 Aiden, Steven, Tom, Nathan Dhillon
A very convincing win for CTFC today, They controlled the game from start to finish limiting Hasland to very little. With the score 3 - 0 to CTFC at the interval, i was able to rotate the team to keep them as fresh as possible in the second half. Aide Lee scored a wonderful overhead kick, supplied by some persistant work from Dhillon Singh on the right side of the area. The second was not long after, from a set piece, a corner from Steven Linney placed onto the foot of captain Tom Raybould, who vollied into the net. Steven Linney added the third after a good one two with Aiden Lee who slotted home past the advancing keeper. The second half was played with just as much composure as the first. CTFC were spreading the ball across the park delightfuly, stretching the Hasland midfield and defence all the time. A shot by Dhillon Singh from the edge of the area was almost saved by the keeper but his parry only took the ball into the corner of the net. A good corner from Tom Raybould saw Nathan Warby run in from the edge of the box to score a good header into the top right corner of the net. An all round good display from the lads today. They supported eachother all over the park, however the display of the game came from the player who would normaly sit between the sticks in the second half of matches. Wayne Turner was an insperation, wanting to take the switch from goalkeeper to outfield player. Not always an easy transition to make, but impressive he was. Could easily become a first team player with performances like that. Well played lads.
Man Of The Match: Wayne Turner.
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6 Feb H Kirkby Community W 4-2 Michael, Nathan, Steven, Joe
A very heavy game underfoot, took its toll on all players on the pitch today as CTFC managed to come away from this game with a 4 - 2 victory. Michael Johnson opened the scoring midway through the first half, with Nathan Warby adding the second just after, with a well taken shot deflecting off the defender past the stranded keeper. With a gale force wind blowing down the pitch the players were advised at half time to play football on the ground, and only ten seconds after the restart Steven Linney burst into the box, having had his first shot well saved by the keeper, followed up the rebound and slotted home for CTFC's third. Good pressure again and good football saw Joe Patton grab a well deserved goal early on in the second half, but hot potato syndrome kicked in and and CTFC were at sixes and sevens lofting the ball in the air , letting the Kirkby players take control in the middle of the park and conceded two goals in quick succession. This made the CTFC players heads drop and they were under pressure for long periods of the second half. Managing to hold on CTFC took all three points keeping them close to the top three in the league table.
Man Of The Match: Nathan Warby
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30 Jan A Wingerworth Kestrels L 2-5 Michael 2

A very strange game to say the least, I dont mind losing to a better side which can play good football, but to lose to a team who have parents intimidating and verbally abusing children of thirteen and forteen years old is without question unacceptable and i will be reporting this matter to the chairman of CTFC and the Rowsly League, and i will expect the matter to be dealt with, such a serious matter of breach of the code of conduct displayed by the parents was disgraceful.
But onto the game, which started slowly again with CTFC conceding to yet another header from a corner, (at some point they will have to head the ball). Michael Johnson scored a tap in passed the on coming keeper for the equaliser. By half time CTFC were three one down and really not showing much posession or commitment anywhere on the pitch. At the interval i told the players not to listen to their supporters, to concentrate on their game and they managed to pull one back when Michael Johnson took four players on and then placed the ball through the legs of the keeper. Tom Raybould was booked for descent which to be fair he had good reason to complain as the challenges were coming in on him from all angles, to which there was no response from the referee. Dhillon Singh fouled their attacker in the area from which they scored the resulting penalty and they also had an easy tap in. Not much of a report really as i am so angry at what was happening on the other side of the pitch. The players should come off the pitch with their heads held high after such a torrent of abuse and not reacting.

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23 Jan H Dronfield Town Colts W 10-0 Aiden 3, Michael 3, Steven, Dhillon, Nathan, Jack
A resounding victory for CTFC today against a team sitting near the bottom of the second division. Controlling the ball and passing around the pitch was the main order of todays play, knowing that Dronfield would be camping in and around their penalty area, CTFC had to try and coax them out so they could find sufficient space to pass through their back line and creat chances. The first half started very slowly with niether team wanting to take control. Aiden Lee broke the deadlock after about ten minutes with an easy tap in. Two more followed and his first half hatrick was complete. Dhillon Singh also got on the scoresheet with a well taken goal, his first of the season. HT 4 - 0.
The second half teamtalk to pass the ball more, coaxing their plyers out of their area, and for our fullbacks to make more purposeful runs towards their penalty area paid off with the goals flowing. Michael Johnson scored a second half hatrick Steven Linney cought the keeper off his line with a sublime lob from outside the area, Nathan Warby took his goal well and Jake Wilson sneaked in at the back post sliding in his first of the season. an all round good performance by CTFC this weekend. Next week will be a little harder as CTFC will travel to Wingerworth Kestrels hoping to overturn an undeserved defeat earlier in the season
Man of the match: Nathan Warby
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16 Jan A Alfreton Town Wildcats W 3-1 Michael, Alex, Aiden
After such a poor performance last week i was looking for a good response against Alfreton, and CTFC didnt fail to deliver. The first half was a very cagey game, with both teams not really looking like scoring, Alfreton looked were playing with more confidence. A change to the system to CTFC put a five man midfield and a lone striker to try and contain their runners and attacking threat, it seemed to work very well as Alfreton started to get very frustrated and CTFC were looking dangerous on the counter attack. The referee seemed to be playing alot of injury time , but for once i had no complaints as Chase Galbraith made an excellent challenge in the centre circle and released Michael Johnson on the right of attack who very calmly chipped the oncoming keeper from outside the area. HT 1-0. The half time team talk worked well also as the CTFC players were looking very lively, supporting eachother very well all over the park and seeming to have an understanding in their play which was complimentary to the top teams of the first division. CTFC didnt take long to get their second with Steven Linney making a driving run into the penalty, his shot was parried onto the post, Aiden Lee collected and passed the ball into the net from a near impossible angle. Alfreton replied via a free kick, the deflection from a defender fell at the feet of the oncoming attackers and was rifled in from six yards. The reply was almost instant when some good pressure on Alfretons defence, Alex Genn picked the ball up on the edge of the area and unleashed his shot into the top right corner of the goal. It could so easily have been more, as CTFC completely dominated the second half and the Alfreton keeper making plenty of saves. CTFC also put a penalty wide of the mark, Alfreton were lucky they were not embarrased by a heavier scoreline. FT 1 - 3, an outstanding display of football today lads.
Man of the match: Alex Genn
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9 Jan H Matlock Town Jaguars L 1-4 Steven
A very disapointing performance today by CTFC, didnt really turn up for the game against a very average Matlock side who had we beaten, would have put CTFC into second place in div2. However the slow start cost us again, and from corners we were suspect, again conceding three goals, defensively we need to work a lot harder to clear the ball from the danger zone, as a team we were all over the place which was not good enough. The players need to start winning balls in the centre of midfield instead of turning their backs and not going in for the challenges. If players are not going to listen to the advice their manager and his assistant have to offer, then there will have to be some changes made to players positions. As harsh as it sounds, today, i dont think the seven aside under 9s would have found it hard to beat the under 14s. Steven Linney managed to restore a little faith when he scored a late consilation and Tom Raybould worked hard for his team once again but he cannot be relied on all the time. Some players attitude for their team had a lot to be desired and i came away from this game with a lot to consider and think about, very disapointing
MOM: Tom Raybould
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2 Jan A Somersall Rangers Blues W 7-5 Michael 4, Chase, Daniel, OG
Well after having over a month off with no matches or training due to the weather, it was good to get back to playing some football. It all started fantastically with Michael Johnson scoring his hat-trick in the first ten minutes of the match, his first after only 40 seconds of the kick off. Still the same old problems defensivly though or lack of defence from set pieces, two goals came from corners and a third from open play levelled the match at the intervall 3-3. The team talk at half time must have worked because twenty seconds after Somersall kicked off CTFC nicked the ball and Michael Johnson slotted the ball into the net once again. Chase Galbraith added another good goal and put in a very good performance through out the match , before Daniel Kneller struck a wonderful shot from the edge of the box to lob a crowded penalty area and stranded goalkeeper for his first of the season. Two injuries to the most experienced defenders forced the only subs left to go on which including one of the keepers to play outfield, dispite their greatest efforts we shipped two more goals, before Somersall scored an own goal and the match to finish 5 - 7 to CTFC, well played lads after such a long break.
MOTM : Michael Johnson
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21 Nov H Heanor Staffs Torche
W 13-0 Steven 4, Michael 2, Aiden 2, Ben 2, Alex, Tom, Chase
A very one sided game as the scoreline suggests, not much to say really apart from the amount of chances that were missed by the CTFC players. It could have easily been twenty, but the goals scored were well taken, especially Tom Raybould shot from the half way line which sailed over the keeper into the net. Next week will not be so easy as the visit to Tansley will prove to be a much tougher test for the lads. Well played again team you all worked very hard.
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14 Nov A Alfreton Town Wildcats L 1-2 Chase
Due to injuries and other player commitments CTFC travelled to Alfreton with only eleven players. This was going to be a tricky tie but CTFC started very brightly going close a few times. After ten minutes Alfreton broke through and had their first shot at goal and scored. The CTFC players kept their heads up and were level a couple of minutes later with a well taken goal by Chase Galbraith who's shot was placed into the top left corner of the goal, leaving the keeper with no chance. With CTFC bossing the midfield they looked the more likely to score, however a counter attack and a good cross went to Nathan Warby who unfortunatly nicked the ball with his head and the ball nestled in the back of his own net. HT 2 - 1.The second half was all CTFC, as the time was ticking the pressure grew on Alfreton. Unfortunatley CTFC were unable to take the many chances that were given to them, Chase Galbraith was a constant thorn in the side of Alfreton, bombing up the right wing and being fouled , which should have seen thier left back at least booked in both halves or even sent off for a very dangerous tackle that could have easily left our player with a broken leg, but as always, the referee was blind to their fouling and only recognised the little nicks that our players made on them. A very unfortunate result but with a full strength squad when we play them in the league should see a different outcome. Unlucky lads. Man Of The Match: Chase Galbraith.
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7 Nov A Hasland Community W 5-1 Michael 2, Steven 2, Alex
Another good display of fooball from CTFC, the first half was a little slow getting started but CTFC were lucky not to go one down when Hasland had a goal disalowed for offside. CTFC then picked up the pace and scored a well deserved goal by Alex Genn. Keeping the pressure on they quickly doubled their lead when Michael Johnson was put through one on one with the keeper, and calmly sloted the ball past him. Michael was unlucky not to score his second when he was put through again, this time he was sent wide, but managed to strike a great looping shot over the keeper only to be denied by the frame of the goal. Steven Linney again had a handful of chances in the first half but was unable to get his shots on target. HT 0 - 2. The second half tactical change by CTFC, seemed to benefit CTFC more than Hasland, with the pressure coming more often down both wings Steven Linney ran in from the right and placed the ball past the diving keeper.Steven Linney then scored again with a well driven shot into the roof of the net this time the keeper had no chance of getting his hand to the ball. Michael Johnson scored again and was denied his hat trick by the woodwork. Tom Raybould also come close witha good left foot shot smashing the top of the cross bar. A defensive lapse in concentration gave Hasland a late conselation goal, but CTFC were never in any real danger of conceding again Well played again lads, keep puishing on. away next week in the cup against Alfreton Town.
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31 Oct A Kirkby Community W 7-0 Aiden 4, Steven 2, Michael
Another very dominated match again by CTFC, this time CTFC come out resounding winners 7 - 0 against Kirkby Community. With an attack minded formation, Aiden Lee was to be the man of the match with 4 very well taken goals, 2 either side of each half. Steven Linney scored 2 goals, but realistically should have had at least six or seven. We will have to work more on his finishing or he will have to take up being a rugby kick taker!!!!! Steve worked very hard on the right side of midfield whipping in some good crosses of which some were well converted. He may of even got the man of the match had he finshed better but Aiden Lee deserved the accolaid for his good positioning and finishing. Michael Johnson got on the score sheet again with a good through ball from midfield and MJ knocking the ball past the keeper. Defence was very strong with Nathan Warby taking control of his back line very well. Not much to complain about this week a well deserved victory for the CTFC. Well played lads.
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24 Oct H Wingerworth Kestrels L 2-3 Chase, Michael
Playing against a poor Wingerworth side CTFC should have come away with a better result than they did for this game. CTFC had at least 65% of the play and with the referee blowing for all the fouls against us and giving advantage to the opposing team when a CTFC players were continuously fouled, unfortunatley it seemed that whatever we did, or however we played we were not going to be allowed to win this match. Their first goal was a deserved penalty after our defender timed his challenge wrongly and brought down their attacker. However, this was their only shot in the whole of the first half. The second half began as the first did with CTFC on the attack, pushing Wingerworth further back into thier penalty area. Then the sucker punch came with two quick counter attacks and two goals for Wingerworth. CTFC didnt let their heads drop knowing the amount of pressure put on the opposition they would crumble at some point. And they did, Chase Galbraith lobbed the keeper with a delightful chip to make the score 1 -3. Then a couple of minutes later Michael Johnson scored a great goal from outside the area. Tom Raybould came very close fizzing a drive just over the bar at the end but with time running out CTFC won a corner and the ref decided he would blow his whistle to end a very undeserved loss.
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17 Oct H Shirebrook
(Cup)
L 1-4 Michael
After only 2 mins CTFC went a goal down against a the leaders of the first division in this Cup match. Shirebrook broke the defence again after 10 mins to make is 2-0. Playing very defensive against a very strong team was the only way to start the match, the boys played really well in the first half and only went in at the break 2 - 0 down. We made a few changes to the system at half time and tried to attack a little more, under constant pressure we conceded midway through the second half and again 5 mins later, 4 - 0. A good ball into the channel to Chase Galbraith was well laid off to Steve Linney who put a fantastic cross into the box where Michael Johnson was in a good position to side foot it into the back of the net to make it 4 - 1. there were a few more chances for either side but finished CTFC 1 - 4 Shirebrook. Well played lads, you did yourselves proud against a first class division 1 side who will probably win the first division this year, With performances like today we have every chance of taking the division 2 title this year, keep going CTFC U14s
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10 Oct A Dronfield Town W 14-0 Aiden 3, Michael 3, Joe 2, Steven 2, Ben, Tom, Nathan & Chase
A very one sided game, CTFC took about 5 minutes to settle into the game and went to attack Dronfield. The reward came after about 8 minutes with a well taken goal by Ben Joshua. by half time CTFC were winning 5 - 0 with Aiden lee scoring two, Steve Linney and a first goal for two seasons for Nathan Warby. Michal Johnson grabbed a second half hat trick, Tom Raybould scoring from a corner, Joe Patton scoring 2, Steve Linney with another, Chase Galbraith placing past the keeper and Aiden Lee completing his hatrick. Apart from the woodwork being hit several times and Dronfield keeper making some outstanding saves the score would have been a lot higher. Well played lads.
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12 Sept H Somersall Blues D 4-4 Michael 2, Tom, Steven

After a slow start CTFC found themselves falling behind to an early goal 0-1, midfield seemed to be chasing shadows for much of the first half and quickly went 2 down, still not picking up players in midfield somersall were counter attacking very quickly .HT 0-2.
The second half started just as the firs did with CTFC attacking and Somersall Blues countering. Then the sucker punch came and it was 0-3. After changing the system and putting three up front CTFC really managed to get a grip with their midfield forcing them back. Michael Johnson managed a long strike with their keeper fumbling the ball into the net 1-3.Michael Johnson then had another long range effort and fantastically lobbed the keeper to make it 3-2. Trying to go for the equalizer CTFC were sucker punched on the counter again 2-4. CTFC never let their heads drop and Tom Raybould smashed a thunderous drive from 25yrds 3-4, After having a goal wrongly disallowed for offside Steven Linney came in from the right wing to cross only to see the ball hit the keeper and bounce into an empty net. Well played CTFC and with their never say die attitude they will go far in this division. Final score 4-4