Getafe hang on to stay top of Ultimate Football League One

PUBLISHED: 16:22 23 January 2017 | UPDATED: 16:22 23 January 2017

Smakosze St Albans in action against My Dixie in Ultimate Football. Picture: Ben Sawyer

Smakosze St Albans in action against My Dixie in Ultimate Football. Picture: Ben Sawyer


In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league, Colonel Getafe 2.0 survived a late spell of pressure from Mark Beard FC as they held on for a narrow 3-2 win to keep them top of League One.

Two first-half goals from Alfie Spalding and one from man of the match Jordan Kimsey looked sufficient to safeguard the points for Getafe.

Niall Quinn and Jack Matthews replied for Mark Beard.

Second-placed Boca Seniors, who played earlier on in the night, went top of the table briefly as they saw off Chris Houghton’s FC Big Fan.

Shan Hon netted the only goal of the first half before Alex Dowell extended their lead early in the second half.

Dan Allison’s fine effort reduced the arrears for Big Fan but Tom Pepper took his chance to seal the win for Boca, who need to better Getafe’s result by two goals or more on Monday to steal the title from their close rivals.

Reigning Premiership champions My Dixie beat Smakosze St Albans 4-2 in the Winter Cup.

Dawid Sarzynski opened the scored for Smakosze and they almost snatched a second but Jack Hann made amends for his foul by saving the resulting penalty.

However, My Dixie hit back via Jack Hague (two) and George Robinson.

Adam Wilmot struck a fourth before Michal Gawron reduced his side’s deficit late on.

Also in the cup, Blackpool and Wheeler Dealers played out a 2-2 draw.

Tekkers Slovakia were glad to return to winning ways as they put six goals past Martin Clark’s Volvo Selekt.

Mark Trayner and Luke Radley both celebrated hat-tricks on the night.

Back in League One, Charlie Bacon’s Hegdehog FC played some great football during their emphatic 7-0 shock win over Neverbee Athletic.

A hat-trick from man of the match Stuart Madill and a brace each for Rob Hay and player-manager Bacon completed the win.

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