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Whistable Town U16's Vs Margate U16's


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After being thwarted in the local derby last weekend, Margate arrived at The Belmont stadium knowing that they had to come back with a strong performance to gain all 3 points against a physical Whistable Town team.

It was Town who started the strongest, carving out openings and chipping the ball accurately over the defence.

With all the pressure, it was Town who deservedly took the lead with a free kick that caught lamprell off his line a swerved into the top corner.

Margate had to step it up a gear and did, with scott and gray starting to feed the ball through to the strikers.

But it was Whistable who took a 2-0 lead with a physical run down the left, and with clapton committing himself, the striker cut inside and fired the ball into the bottom corner of the net. Margate responding postively, scoring just before half time as the ball was thread through to gonzalez-belo and he confidently slid it under the keeper.

Half time 2-1

Margate came out second half knowing they had to improve there performance if they were going to get anything out of this game. With a switch to put hemmings and lovell in midfield, more balls were being won and the ball was starting to be passed along the slick surface. Margate started to dominate possession, but Whistable still looked very dangerous on the counter attack. After a creative move, baker put Margate level at 2-2 with a stunning finish into the top left hand corner from 20 yards. Whistable pushed on looking for another goal and lamprell saved well pushing the ball around the post from a one on one. With good crowd support for the home team, the boys in red didn't disappoint as they took the lead with a ball put through and the striker finished well.

Margate pushed on and was desperate for a third goal and their reward came with gonzalez-belo scoring his second goal of the night, striking the ball into the corner, out of the reach of the keeper.

Seconds remained and one last attack came from Margate with gray bursting forward. With twelvetree on his left and gonzalez-belo screaming for it on his right, he went alone, only to fizz the ball into the arms of the keeper.

Full time went and after a hard earned point, luigi scott's boys looked at this result as one point gained, not two points lost.

Next game: 25/4/07 Lordswood (away) @ Lordswood stadium 7.30pm

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