Gosling go unbeaten at home

PUBLISHED: 17:29 20 May 2008 | UPDATED: 09:44 27 October 2009

GOSLING Youth Under-13s played two home league matches last week and gained victories in both. Maximum points bagged from games against both Panshanger Yellows and Whites saw Gosling finish the season with an excellent record of having won every home leag

GOSLING Youth Under-13s played two home league matches last week and gained victories in both.

Maximum points bagged from games against both Panshanger Yellows and Whites saw Gosling finish the season with an excellent record of having won every home league game.

Gosling have now gone unbeaten at home for over a year.

Gosling's first game of the week against Panshanger Yellows started well for the home side as they moved into a 2-0 lead.

Strikers Josh Eckley and Liam Catchpole both scored well-taken goals after good team play opened up the visitors' defence.

Panshanger rallied and pulled a goal back just before half-time.

Gosling never looked in serious trouble and with man-of-the-match Ben Lanza prompting attacks from the right, further strikes from Harry Di-Lieto and Eckley took the game beyond Panshanger.

Their second game of the week and their final league outing of the season saw Panshanger Whites as the visitors. Gosling were determined to maintain their 100 per cent home league record, which they did with a crushing 8-1 derby victory.

They were only 2-1 in front at the break after goals from Mitchell Taylor-Brooks and Liam Catchpole gave them the advantage.

However, the superior fitness of Gosling told throughout the second half and as they took the game to Panshanger, the goals were claimed at a steady rate.

Two more strikes from Catchpole completed his hat-trick and further goals from Gosling's Josh Eckley (2), Martin Roberts and Harry Di-Lieto finished the game off in style.


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