Gajjars excel as Wheeler Dealers secure draw

PUBLISHED: 11:56 21 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:56 21 February 2017

Leg Day Pending's Harry Tann and Boca Seniors' Matt Edge chasing the ball. Picture: Ben Sawyer

Leg Day Pending's Harry Tann and Boca Seniors' Matt Edge chasing the ball. Picture: Ben Sawyer


In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side League, the match of the night was the Premiership tie between Wheeler Dealers and Tekkers Slovakia.

Luke Radley gave Slovakia the advantage midway through the first half but close to the break a Tom Gajjar corner ricocheted off Mark Trayner and in to the goal, levelling the scores for Wheeler Dealers.

James Wheeler’s men looked the livelier of the two sides after the restart and this enabled to Tom Gajjar to put his team ahead.

Then, a goal apiece for Ryan Rickards and Radley turned the game once more in Slovakia’s favour.

Incredibly, a well-taken effort by Jack Gajjar minutes from the final whistle earned his side a 3-3 draw.

Mark Beard FC maintained their unbeaten run with a convincing 4-0 win over FC Big Fan.

A brace each from Frankie Wood and Niall Quinn was sufficient to secure the points and the win keeps them in second place in League One.

Boca Seniors also impressed with a hard-fought 4-2 victory against an under-resourced Leg Day Pending.

Saleem Jabbar netted twice with Tom Pepper and Paul Groves competing the win.

Harry Tann scored both for Leg Day Pending.

Also in the Championship, Smakosze St Albans beat 2 Goals 1 Cup 3-1.

Meanwhile, Derren Thompson scored a hat-trick as Inter FC defeated Neverbee Athletic 4-1.

Also in League One, Hedgehog FC hit six past Volvo Selekt despite missing their captain Charlie Bacon.

Rob Hay’s standout performance enabled him to score two excellent goals. Volvo player-manager Martin Clark netted a good consolation goal for his side.

Back in the Premiership, My Dixie picked up a straightforward 3-0 victory over It’s What He Would Have Wanted thanks to goals from Toby Warner and Dan Winwood.

Blackpool suffered their second successive defeat, this time at the hands of newly-promoted Colonel Getafe 2.0.

A Jordan Kimsey strike put Getafe ahead before Josh Brown made it 2-0.

Blackpool did level the scores but a sublime second-half effort from Brown won it for Getafe.

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