West End Sign Off in Style
With little to play for West End adopted the 4th team’s patented positions-out-of –a-hat selection system for the final match of the season. The result of which saw Alf don the gloves, forwards Hill and Kitching at the back and Wilson and Sumner as an unlikely striking partnership. Despite the haphazard line-up it would prove arguably the most enjoyable game the club has ever played, and also produce the second highest win of the season against a team West End were yet to beat in two previous meetings. Continue Reading
Monks Silence West End
Another of those games that left West End’s squad scratching it’s collective head. Despite dominating possession for most of the first half and large spells of the second West End somehow went down to one of their heaviest defeats of the season, against one of their worst opponents. Still at least one West End player made it onto the score-sheet; Glen Wilson laying claim to two of Monks Road’s four goals.
Line-up (4-4-2): Ben Sheehan; Stephen Pearce, Glen Wilson, Adrian Gray, Jez Ashberry (Jay Dann); Dave Capps, Joe Harper (Sam Boothman), Gav Sumner, Dan Hill; Sam McDonnell, Jamie Kitching (Ritchie Bates)
Man of the match: Joe Harper
Dick of the day: Glen Wilson (two own goals speaks for itself)