Ultimate Football: Seven-up for magnificent Litty Commity
PUBLISHED: 16:25 28 November 2018 | UPDATED: 16:25 28 November 2018
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The Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league is now into its autumn season.
In the Premiership, a first versus second clash played out between Rag Rovers and Litty Commity.
In a phenomenal attacking performance, Litty scored three goals in the first half without reply, and added four more in the second.
Rovers could only manage one in response and the final score finished 7-1 to Litty Commity.
Charlie Lloyd scored four on the night and is now the league’s top scorer with 13 in eight games.
Rovers, however, remain top of the league.
Elsewhere in the Premiership, Flumpy FC took all the points from their encounter with SD & Carlton Cole.
Brooke Matthews put SD&CC ahead from the penalty spot with a thunderous strike, only for Christian Iszchak and Dan Allison to turn things around for Flumpy.
Lloyd Peters levelled things up but Flumpy clinched the 3-2 win when Allinson grabbed his second.
Steve Charles’s Blackpool side came up against James Cornwall’s Stroke T and in another end-to-end game Steven Kealy initially put Blackpool ahead with a sublime angled finish into the bottom corner.
James and Tom Cornwall both scored for Stroke just before half time but Blackpool pressed on after the break and David Willis’s goal made it 2-2 at the end.
Volvo Selekt recorded an impressive win over Carlton Cole in a friendly, Martin Clark, Jack Offredi, Phil Winter (two), and Jordan Palmer hscoring in the 5-1 success.
In the Championship, league leaders The Rock faced Old Boys in what proved to be a tight game. Both sides had chances but the only scorers on the night were Maz Taylor for The Rock and Mark Rogers for OBs, with the game ending 1-1.
The same score-line was seen in the match between Flights FC and Stevie Wonder. Man of the match Jay Reed put Stevie Wonder in front only for Kuba Hliwa to equalise for Flights.
Neverbee Athletic let a two-goal lead slip as they drew 2-2 with Antonio Costa’s Sondico United. Dom Gillick and Dean Shakespeare put Neverbee but Sondico hit back with goals from Michael Wozniack and Joe Martin.
Ryan Walsh led Got No Fans to a clinical 2-0 victory over Real Sons.