TIPTON’S SLIDE ARRESTED AS THE LAWMAN NICKS FIVE (SICM Sevens)

 

Well done to Tipton Family Church FC, who last night recorded just their second win in the league so far this season. Kingsbourne are always a tough team to beat, as the table indicates, and in their last twelve encounters between the two TFC have only won three of them.

In their last ten games TFC have found the net 2.2 times on average while their opponents had a slightly higher rate of 3.3. The form book was reversed though, and some more, as Tipton ran out 7-4 winners with Dave Law scoring five of them.

Kingsbourne 4     Nathan Spear, Josh Spear, Tom Barlow, Tarran Meek     MOTM: Stuart Poyner

Tipton Family Church FC  7     Dave Law (5), Craig Eccleston, Robin Davies     MOTM: Dave Law

Allstar Lions 3     Peter Madge (2), Ben Jones     MOTM: Dan Watts

Crestwood Town FC 3     Callum Archer (2), Ryan Evans     MOTM: Callum Archer

Crestwood Town almost pulled off a great victory themselves, but a last-gasp equaliser from Allstar Lions ensured that they shared the points. Going into the game having only beaten their opponents in five from thirty-one previous encounters, trailing 0-2 at the break, the poor return looked set to continue.

However, three goals in succession including a brace from Callum Archer on his return after two months out, saw the stripes take the lead. One thing is for sure though, it’s never over till the fat lady sings as far as Lions are concerned, and although she was clearing her throat Peter Madge beat her to it.

Crestwood have now gone an incredible fifty-five games on the trot where they have scored at least one goal, while their opponents have bettered that by going sixty-one. And if you’re wondering what this week’s lead photo is, the tweet below explains it all. Our sympathies go out to Wattsy and his family at this time. The WW stands for William (Bill) Watts.

The final game of the evening was a friendly as the two newest teams in SICM Sevens, albeit one has been in a little longer than the other, took on each other. Having beaten Church On The Rock FC comprehensively in their first friendly, Dudley announced that they aren’t here just to make up the numbers as they again came away with a big win. One to watch as far as defenders are concerned is Ade Lunn, who scored five.

Dudley FC  1     Matt Eades     MOTM: Aaron Bullen

United FC  8     Ade Lunn (5), Matthew Potts (2), Nick Harrold     MOTM: none entered

 

League table December 15 2014

 

 

 

About Stewart Bloor

Fish a lot. Christian. Work in the world of professional football media. British nature. Passionate about much, obsessed about nothing.

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