Woolmore nets to hand United Ultimate Football win

PUBLISHED: 10:03 14 October 2016

Knick Of Time's Andy Lewis in action against Boca Seniors. Picture by Ben Sawyer

Knick Of Time's Andy Lewis in action against Boca Seniors. Picture by Ben Sawyer


In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league, Old Boys United picked up their first win of the campaign thanks to a fine first half goal from Scott Woolmore against Neverbee Athletic.

Blackpool led 4-0 at half-time against Hedgehog with David Willis netting them all.

Paolo Goodman and man of the match Willis netted in the second half to complete a resounding win.

Championship leaders Knick Of Time were fortunate to find themselves one up against Boca Seniors due to an own goal.

Nevertheless a clinical finish from Raif Barnes soon levelled the scores, although in-form Time striker Andy Lewis put his men back in front going in to half-time.

Saleem Jabbar put Seniors back on level terms only for Time to take the win with goals from Richard Dullen and Lewis.

Tekkers Slovakia ran out emphatic winners over an under resourced FC Big Fan outfit with goals for Jake Lonergan (three), Luke Radley (three) and Mark Trayner (two).

Big Fan scored through Callum Houghton (two).

In the Autumn Cup group stage, reinging Premiership champions The Old Guard stormed to a 7-1 triumph over Smakosze St Albans.

Hat-tricks from Matt Standen and man of the match Dale Stewart, along with a Rhys Lawrence strike did the damage for Guard, a consolation effort for St Albans was netted by Dawid Sarzynski.

Leg Day Pending won 2-1 against “It’s What He Would Have Wanted”.

Sam Jackson bagged both goals for Leg while George Weymouth replied.

There was 3-3 draw between Wheeler Dealers and My Dixie.

George Robinson hit a treble for Dealers, while Jake Hoy and Lewis Wheeler (two) were on target for My Dixie.

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