Ultimate Football: Tough start in the Premiership for SD & Carlton Cole

PUBLISHED: 18:30 13 March 2018

Crude Crocs made their Ultimate Football WGC debut. Picture: PETER STERLING PHOTOGRAPHY

Crude Crocs made their Ultimate Football WGC debut. Picture: PETER STERLING PHOTOGRAPHY

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Newly-promoted SD & Carlton Cole quickly found out that life in the Premiership will be tough as they lost 7-2 to Litty Commity on day one of the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league’s spring season.

Commity were in fine form and goals from Lewis Pugh, Mike Webb, Darryl Hall, Charlie Lloyd and Charlie Pain took them to victory.

In the Championship, Blackpool Ince registered four goals in the first half against Smakosze St Albans, before running out 9-1 winners.

Stephen Kealy was the star of the show, hitting five goals.

Newcomers Crude Crocs were two goals up against fellow newcomers Show Me Da Mane at half-time but that all changed after the break with Mane coming back to win 5-3.

In League One, The Toddlers produced a fine display in a tense encounter with Flumpy FC.

The Toddlers were 2-0 up at half-time through goals from Morgan Harvey and Ben Schechner but Flumpy came back strongly after the break and made it 3-3 with a brace by Dan Allison.

However, a last gasp winner by Tom Page gave The Toddlers a great start to the season and a 4-3 win.

Clearwater FC look like they have started the season with a point to prove.

Team captain and man of the match James Sach hit four in their impressive 5-0 win over last season’s runners up Neverbee Athletic.

The Ultimate Football spring season has begun and there is space for teams to join.

If you are interested in joining as a team, or as an individual player, visit www.ultimatefootball.co.uk or contact a member of the Ultimate Football team on info@ultimatefootball.co.uk or by ringing 07535 556677.

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