Knick of Time remain on Ultimate Football Championship summit

PUBLISHED: 15:16 18 October 2016 | UPDATED: 18:02 23 October 2016

James Wheeler of Wheeler Dealers on the ball against Josh Ward of Leg Day Pending in Ultimate Football. Picture: Ben Sawyer

James Wheeler of Wheeler Dealers on the ball against Josh Ward of Leg Day Pending in Ultimate Football. Picture: Ben Sawyer


In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league, a hat-trick from Knick Of Time's Andy Lewis and a single goal from debutant Jason Bryceland keep the side top of the Championship table.

Second-placed Blackpool maintained the pressure on the leaders as they eased to victory over Tekkers Slovakia.

They inflicted the damage in the first half, with goals from David Willis (two), Paolo Goodman and Dalton Fenton.

The only other goal of the game came from Blackpool with Willis completing his hat-trick.

Meanwhile, Stewart Grice’s Neverbee Athletic claimed a straight-forward 3-0 victory over Hedgehog FC, with goalkeeper Steve Moss picking up the man of the match accolade for a series of fine saves.

Team-mate Michael Beales almost featured on the scoresheet but was somehow denied by Hedgehog keeper Dan Green.

A well-worked effort from Tom Bundy gave Boca Seniors a slender first-half lead over Westley Carrington’s Old Boys United.

Seniors were without influential captain Mark Dixon and experienced forward Saleem Jabbar, however, credit must go to United for a sterling second-half display.

Scott Woolmore found an equaliser for his side shortly after the restart, before man of the match Carrington netted what proved to be the winner with just minutes left.

Ross Rowan’s It’s What He Would Have Wanted defeated Smakosze St Albans 2-0 in the Autumn Cup group stages.

A James Wheeler goal gave Wheeler Dealers the first half edge in their cup tie with Kallum Baker’s Leg Day Pending.

Luke Cooper increased the lead for Wheeler’s men early after the restart, however, Sam Jackson fired home shortly after to get Leg Day back in the match.

Further goals from Wheeler and Cooper took the scores to 4-1 midway through the half but when Harry Tann reduced the arrears for Leg Day to 4-2 the team had a renewed spirit and had the game continued for longer, Leg Day may have been able to capitalise on some tired legs amongst their opponents.

Later on, in the other cup game, unbeaten The Old Guard breezed to a 3-0 triumph over My Dixie to remain at the top of the group.

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