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08 May 2011 | shorgan

Following a few weeks of disappointing results, though not performances, Ingleby completed their third season in the Gainsborough Sunday League with a resounding 10-4 victory.

In a game where chances were created every other minute, spectators could not afford to take their eyes off the game. Green opened the scoring for Ingleby on ten minutes with a long range effort that caught the Babworth keeper Doyle napping. Leigh Kitchinson then extended the lead when he clipped the ball into the top left corner from a through ball by Warriner. On the half hour Bennett drove the ball home from eight yards out after the ball was cut back. Babworth had their chances to reduce the deficit, but some wasteful finishing was not helping their cause. Just before half-time they were given a lifeline when Barry was judged to have handled the ball, Walsh confidently dispatched the penalty.
The second half saw ten goals scored. Kitchinsons tap in was immediately cancelled out as Babworth fought hard to stay in touch. Bennett and a Fullwood penalty gave Ingleby some breathing room at 6-2. However, Babworths finishing improved as Hempsall and Jackson gave them hope with fifteen minutes to go. Eames pulled off some fine saves as Babworth pushed forward. Ingleby put in an impressive final fifteen minutes display of attacking football. Carl Kitchinson scored with his head for the first time in his career. Leigh Kitchinson then scored the pick of the goals as he pick the ball up on the left wing and cut inside the fullback and from an ever narrowing angle he feinted to deceive the keeper and beat him at the near post. Warriners twenty yard effort and with Bennett completing his hat-trick Ingleby reached double figures for the first time in their short history.

MOM: FCS Babworth Connar Powell; Ingleby Arms Mark Bennett



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