My Dixie and Blackpool to contest Ultimate Football six-a-side Easter Cup final

PUBLISHED: 13:11 11 April 2016

Blackpool v Hedgehog FC in the Ultimate Football Easter Cup

Blackpool v Hedgehog FC in the Ultimate Football Easter Cup

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In the Ultimate Football WGC Monday night six-a-side league, George Robinson slammed four goals as My Dixie secured their place in next Monday’s Easter Cup final with a 5-1 victory over Tobie O’Dell’s Free Agents.

My Dixie pressed from the outset and their efforts quickly paid off with Robinson scoring within two minutes.

Robinson went on to complete his hat-trick and effectively put the game out of reach of Agents, who were able to regain composure late in the first half, which led to a fantastic goal from Spanish striker Julio Diaz.

My Dixie captain Toby Warner netted for his side just after the restart and although Agents produced a much more cohesive display in the second half, they could not stop an on-form Robinson from netting his fourth of the match.

Blackpool await Old Dixie in the final after an emphatic 10-2 victory over Hedgehog FC.

Dalton Fenton and Greg Timotheou both grabbed trebles in the win.

Reigning Premiership champions The Old Guard were back to full strength as they faced depleted Championship side Sons of Pitches.

Charlie Payne opened the scoring for Guard and Cameron Leijgrave then netted a superb hat-trick, with Taylor Evanson completing the first-half goals. After the break, Sons of Pitches had several good chances on the counter-attack, however, they lacked composure.

Charlie Lloyd made it 6-0 before Leijgrave bagged his fourth. Lloyd got his brace minutes later while Stephen Olubajo netted a consolation goal for Pitches just before the final whistle.

If you are interested in joining as a team, or an individual player, visit www.ultimatefootball.co.uk or ring 07535 556677.


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