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From: Jon Clark Jon@bigifa.co.uk Date: 3 March 2016 at 21:20:28 GMT To: Neil King firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: "email@example.com" firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: MATCH REPORT V NEWMARKET 28TH FEB 2016
On a fine day for football Hemingford Vets arrived at a welcoming Newmarket and were looking to put last week’s defeat well and truly behind them. Having negotiated the difficult bit of finding the Dullingham pitch a strong looking Hemingford side, sprinkled with a bit of youth and the odd OAP, settled into a good rhythm during the opening stages. However the Newmarket No. 9 had other ideas and broke clear of the Hemingford defence, he was bearing down on goal when out of nowhere came Paul Scully, looking to impress with a rare outing in the middle of midfield and made a memorable goal stopping sliding tackle, it looked as though the forward was going backwards and his belly was still shaking with shock a couple of minutes later. This was to be the beginning of an exceptional individual performance that would land Paul the ‘Man of the Match’ award. His industry throughout did not go unnoticed and it was a solid 90 minutes; almost as polished as his shiney new BMW.
Hemingford were playing well and continued to press looking for the opener and did not have to wait too long. Dazza the aggressive nomadic defender found himself on the end of a slick passing team move culminating in a pin point pass by Gavin Reynolds allowing Dazza to fire home from just inside the box, a clinical finish, 0:1. I have no doubt Dazza will be dining out on that one for a few months. So where would Dazza turn up next? The answer was on the touchline nursing a sort term injury, you should have seen the other bloke. This allowed Stuart Smith to join the entertainment and at the same time bring the average age up a few notches. Hemingford did not rest on their laurels and their momentum was maintained by an inspirational Bed Sedgemore who was at it today and clearly getting back to match fitness. Ben produced a fine individual strike, that we all know he is more than capable of, cutting in from the right Sedge drove into the box and with power, skill and precision went between 2 Newmarket defenders before beating the oncoming keeper and found the far side of the net, 0:2. Shortly before that he had rattled the Newmarket crossbar with a wonder strike, he was definitely in the mood.
Before Dippy came on 10 minutes before half time it was only the grass on the pitch that was thick and troublesome. Dippy was in fine form, sharp as a tack but unfortunately that was before and after the game, perhaps we should change his nickname to Lippy.
Hemingford finished the half on top and it remained 0:2 at the break.
No changes at the start of the 2nd half but the late arrival and quick introduction of Kevin Anderson provided extra fire power which almost resulted in a 3rd goal when he narrowly missed out in front of the Newmarket goal. No cheap long grass quips this week Kevin, you should be applauded for your commitment in getting to the game
However the second half did not flow as much for Hemingford and Newmarket looked more dangerous and created a few half chances. They were being kept at bay by Kevin Hurst, Nigel Parker and stand in keeper James Clark. Not sure where James gets his football prowess from but he was on his toes and looked as though he was going to keep a clean sheet with a string of fine saves and commanding work in goal. That was until a small nudge on a Newmarket player ended in a penalty that was converted calmly by the home side 1:2. Now it was all about the next goal! Thankfully it was not long before Hemingford’s record summer signing Mitch found room in the Newmarket box, his trickery was too much for the defender and he was up ended for a Hemingford penalty. Up stepped Ben and rather score direct from the penalty he added a bit of drama and time wasting by scoring the rebound from open play, 1:3. The timing of the goal was important and knocked the stuffing out of a spirited Newmarket and Hemingford ran out worthy winners.
All players did a great job with many taking up unusual positons to help the team out. Thank you all.
Thanks to Newmarket for their kind hospitality, excellent food after the game and sportsmanship throughout.
Jonathan Clark ACII, CertPFS Director
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