Ultimate Football: The Old Guard eye honours

PUBLISHED: 09:12 23 February 2016 | UPDATED: 09:12 23 February 2016

My Dixie's Toby Warner against Ivory Toast's James Wright. Picture Ben Sawyer.

My Dixie's Toby Warner against Ivory Toast's James Wright. Picture Ben Sawyer.


In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night Premiership, The Old Guard, managed by Neil Doctor, went one game closer to the clinching the title with a 3-1 win over Welwyn 6's.

Taylor Evanson and Rhys Lawrence put them 2-0 up at half-time.

While Welwyn 6’s appeared to lack the crucial final ball for much of the game, Jake Lonergan revived their hopes with a clinical strike midway through the second half.

Charlie Lloyd secured the win for The Old Guard with a great strike late on.

The feature match between Ivory Toast and My Dixie was equally entertaining with neither team content with anything except victory.

My Dixie had a 3-2 half-time advantage thanks to goals from George Robinson (two) and Adam Wilmot. Matt Standen and James Wright were on the scoresheet for Toast.

The second half saw Standen complete a hat-trick and Wright his brace to put Toast back in the lead.

My Dixie captain Toby Warner scored as the match finished 5-4 to Ivory Toast.

Later in the schedule, Dean Sadler’s Rag Rovers picked up a 3-0 win over Desert Shadow.

In the Winter Cup, Sons of Pitches beat Free Agents 3-1 with all the goals in the second half.

Chris Hood and Darryl Houghton scored within minutes of each other and a goal from Agent’s Joe Pybus ensured the closing stages of the match revolved around counter-attacks.

Man of the match Hood stepped forward to complete the win.

Elsewhere, Hedgehog FC lost out to a superior performance in the cup, losing 5-1 to their premiership opponents.

Blackpool maintained their bid for the Premierhsip title with a 10-1 win over Groovy Gang.

Dalton Fenton hit a hat-trick to scoop the man of the match accolade.

Visit www.ultimatefootball.co.uk for more information about the league.

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