Weekend Match Reports 9th February

Posted by Victoria Adams on 18 March 2019

Cannock L1s 1 - 1 Beeston
Ladies 1s travelled to Beeston for a tough game against a team who are sitting second and have been getting some good results. Cannock started strong and took the game straight to the home side instantly attacking and seeing a good chance fly just wide of the post.
Cannock had several short corners and pushed hard to go ahead but at half time it was 0-0.
Second half Beeston seemed to change their tactics to give Cannock a tougher time however after several short corners nic Martin converted and took the visitors a deserved 1-0 up. Unfortunately Beeston hit back not long after to equalise and despite having the majority of the play Cannock couldn’t find the winner
1-1 final score
MOM - Nic Martin and Sarah Drayton Chanda


Cannock L2s 1 - 3 Leek
Cannock started the game really strong and with lots of attacking play. This early attacking gave way to a penalty flick, after a foot on the line. The penalty flick was converted by Hettie Pigott. Cannock continued to battle, but Leek managed to break through and equalise before half time. 
Second half Cannock continued to fight, with some great play that could just not be converted. Leek managed to convert another goal from open play & then another from a short corner. Cannock continued to battle. Leek managed to get a short corner right before the end! But the Cannock defence kept this out.

MOM - Hettie Pigott 

Cannock M5s 0 - 1 Old Wulfs M4s
   Cannock 5ths travelled to old wulfs in good spirit knowing 8 of 16 had played in the game early that season against them where Cannock ran out 1-0 winners however Cannock were under no false illusion and knew this would be a tougher ask away from home , the game started and both sides in the first half to put it short were trading blow for blow , winning numerous PC none to be converted and both playing nice hockey at times.
   The half time whistle the saw score deadlocked at 0-0 the second half started again with both sides trading blow for blow , unfortunately with roughly about 20 or so minutes to go old wulfs out spaced our defenders to create 4 on 2 situation and leaving the keeper stuck in two minds and olds wulfs took their chance to convert it into a goal to bring the score 1-0 in their favour, however Cannock used all their grit and energy to try and find an equaliser but it was not to be Cannock days , not to take a anything away from old wulfs who did well to seal the result but this did feel like a game where everyone deserved a bit more than a loss, a draw would of been a true reflection of the on field performance.
MOM was joint with Sam Cattle his brilliant defensive effort and Jake Luke it for his excellent work rate too. It would be unfair not to mention Andy Hoare and Nat Yerbury who both missed out by 1 vote!


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