Good win after long lay-off
Last updated at 00:00, Friday, 26 January 2007
IN A weather-hit season, Workington Southfield U15s played their first game since November 12 in the Penrith Youth League on Sunday.
They took on Carlisle’s Kingstown U16s, the team they’ll be up against in the semi-finals of the U16 cup next month.
The weather was wild with the wind spoiling the football but Workington performed well.
Against the gale in the first half, Workington managed to keep a clean sheet and in the second half were able to pile the pressure on Kingstown.
Workington’s keeper, Matthew Mahoney, was a spectator and the game finished a 2-0 win to Workington who scored through captain Callum Lee and defender, Ian Green.
This win places Workington in joint third in the league.
First published at 14:22, Thursday, 24 January 2008
Published by http://www.timesandstar.co.uk
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