Goodwick too hot for Hundleton
2:20pm Thursday 10th January 2013 in Sport
Goodwick United 6
Goodwick United chalked up their sixth win of the season, easily overcoming struggling Hundleton who faded in the second period.
The hosts got off to a bright start, taking the lead in the fourth minute when Thomas Powell slotted home from close range.
Within two minutes the visitors equalised as Lewis Banks nodded home from a corner.
Mark Powell’s Hundleton outfit regained the lead on 20 minutes as Craig Manning’s deflected shot beat Carl Woodhouse. But once again the lead was short-lived as TomJones smashed a low drive into the bottom corner.
Just before the break the visitors added a third to narrowly lead 3-2 at half time. From a corner James Dean planted a firm header into the back of the net.
The visitors dominated the second half and scored three further goals without reply to canter to victory.
Banks and Dean both added to their goals tally, bringing up the fourth and fifth, and giving the pair a brace apiece, and substitute Rhys Dalling rounded a defender and keeper Dan Roberts to neatly tuck the ball into an empty net.
Goodwick manager Steve Blackford said: “The boys put in a decent shift, and I’m delighted with the three points.”
Hundleton: Dan Roberts, Rhodri Davies, Jack Richards, Arron Butland, Jonny Hay, Marc Edwards, Geraint Lewis, Jeremy James, Craig Manning, Craig Asparassa, Thomas Powell. Subs: Mark Powell, Chris Manning.
Goodwick United: Carl Woodhouse, Darren Devonald, Wayne O’Sullivan, Patrick Hughes, Niall Kinsella, Kieran O’Brien, TomJones, James Evans, Lewis Banks, James Dean, Ryan Thomas.
Subs: Steve Blackford, Stephen Evans, Rhys Dalling.
Referee: Alan Boswell.
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