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10 April 2011 | shorgan

In a game that had lots of goals and plenty of missed opportunities, Westwoodside was not the place to watch an exhibition of defending.

In the first ten minutes Ingleby went close. Green chased a lofted ball, but the second bounce on a hard pitch meant he had to stretch and his shot went over the bar. Green then pulled a shot wide with just the keeper to beat. Kings Arms took the lead when Benham chased down a long ball and finished well. Bury then had to save with his feet as Benham again found himself in space. With Warriner switching to centre midfield Ingleby started to look more dangerous, Luke Mobbs equalised with his head from a well taken free kick. Greens perseverance paid off when he was found in space by Levi Mobbs, and finished well from a narrow angle. Warriner then found himself with only the keeper to beat, but he fluffed his finished as Ingleby finished the half strongly.
With only a single goal between them it was Kings Arms who started the second half better, and within fifteen minutes they had turned the game around, Ilewllyn and Benham punishing the Ingleby defence. Spry then looked to have finished the game off with twenty minutes to go as he increased Kings Arms lead to put them 4-2 up. Ingleby eventually woke up and started to push forward, Mobbs down the right wing found himself in space but his cross failed to find its intended target. Chances came and went, and with five minutes to go Green poked the ball in to give Ingleby hope. With two minutes to go a Kings Arms forward collapsed in the penalty area after the ball stuck him in the head, leading him to go into a fit. Realising the seriousnesss of the incident the game was ended and quick thinking by the players and referees ensured that an ambulance was called and that the player was attended to until it arrived. In a game that could have gone either way Kings Arms ran out narrow winners.



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