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WOKING 1 CAMBERLEY 0

Dennis North - 19th September 2007

U18 Southern Youth League West Division
Wednesday 17th September 2007

The Woking 1st years were giving away height, weight and age advantage to a physical Camberley side but their collective determination still enabled them to claim their fifth win in succession.

Lots of squad changes with just three players in the starting line up who had played in last weeks game. With so many changes and experimentation with new formations continuing it is little surprise that the game lacked a little cohesion, that said no one can deny the team spirit that this group of Merrist Wood based lads have established.
The only goal in the game came early in the second half, a neat pass from Josh Coke to Ashley Groombridge out on the left was drilled across the box for the marauding Gavin Miller to guide the ball home. Later in the half Ashley Groombridge went close with a shot that cannoned off the post whilst at the other end Barry Macwilliam in the Woking goal kept another clean sheet with a great save down to his right hand post.

The Man of the match award for his outstanding tackling and determination to keep a clean sheet for the team goes to:

MOTM : Alex Lumley

Squad: Barry Macwilliam, Luca Coleman-Carr, James Snishko, Alex Lumley, Kaine Harrington, Brad Cann, Ashley Groombridge, Josh Coke, Jason Cachia, Nic Ignatiou, Michael Dunnet.

Subs used: Gavin Miller, Lewis Howell, Bashie Sainetti.

Sub not used: Jodi Sayers
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