Ultimate Football: First points of the season for Two Goals One Cup

PUBLISHED: 12:16 18 May 2017 | UPDATED: 12:16 18 May 2017

Inter FC's Daniel Hedges in action against Colonel Getafe 2.0's Shaun Munoz. Picture: PETER STERLING

Inter FC's Daniel Hedges in action against Colonel Getafe 2.0's Shaun Munoz. Picture: PETER STERLING


In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league, Daniel Griffin’s Two Goals One Cup celebrated their first points of the season with a 4-2 victory over Volvo Selekt.

A hat-trick from man of the match Tom Cornwall and a fine strike from Matt Morrall did the job for Griffin’s men.

Dan Allison put FC Big Fan in front in their top of the table clash with Charlie Bacon’s Hedgehog FC but Stuart Madill did well to net an equaliser before half-time and earn a fair 1 – 1 draw.

Also in League One, Mark Beard FC found their winning form with a 3-1 victory over Stewart Grice’s Neverbee Athletic. Niall Quinn, Alex Clark and Andy Spencer all netted for Beard.

In the Championship, Leg Day Pending got a measure of revenge for Smakosze St Albans’ win earlier in April by winning 6-0.

Josh Ward and Ted Bartholomeusz scored before the break and Luke Howe, Lewis Black, player-manager Kallum Baker and a second for Bartholomeusz completed the scoring.

Derren Thompson grabbed a hat-trick as Inter FC beat Colonel Getafe 2.0.

A tight and tactical affair between Premiership leaders Blackpool and Jamie Riley’s Academy Rejects was finally settled by a solitary goal.

Matt Wren will claim it although there was a definite and cruel deflection in a somewhat packed penalty area as it made its way towards goal.

Blackpool slip to second following the defeat but only on goal difference.

My Dixie remain in third having narrowly beaten Boca Seniors 2-1. George Robinson’s first-half strike was cancelled out by Boca’s Paul Groves but the game swung back in Dixie’s favour with a Jack Hague penalty.

Wheeler Dealers enjoyed an emphatic and somewhat surprisingly straight-forward win over Mark Norman’s Motherwell.

A hat-trick from James Ferguson and a brace from Tom Gajjar were the pick of the goals on the night, with the win for James Wheeler’s side and other results leaving the top four teams spearated by only two points.

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