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Cirencester Town Under 18's win through to 3rd Round Qualifying of FA Youth Cup

F.A.Youth Cup 2nd Round Qualifying

Cirencester Town 3 - 1 Tiverton Town

Scorers: Hayden, Hooper, Keating

On Thursday  6th October 2001, Cirencester Town Under 18's won 3-1 at home to Tiverton Town in the FA Youth Cup 2nd Round Qualifying. They now travel to Larkhall Athletic in the Third Round Qualifying stage of the competition in a match due to be played during week commencing 17th October 2011.

Larkhall Athletic won 1-0 at home to Weston Super Mare in the 2nd Qualifying Round and will be sure to provide stiff opposition. The winners of this match will then go on to the 1st round Proper of the FA Youth Cup where they have beern drawn at home to the winners of the match between Leatherhead and Camberley Town.

Cirencester were in determined mood and set out to attack the Tiverton goal straight from the kick off. Left winger Josh Morse was a constant threat and Cirencester were awarded several corners in the first twenty minutes, but failed to score.

Jacob Hayden then gave Cirencester the lead they deserved when, after beating two Tiverton defenders on the edge of the box, he hit an unstoppable shot into the top corner of the net.

Cirencester continued to attack but an error by centre back Adam Cooke just before half time allowed Tiverton to equalise. Cooke headed the ball past his advancing goalkeeper for Tiverton striker to tap ball into an empty Cirencester goal.

The second half mirrored the first with Cirencester dominating the game with Tiverton relaying on the counter attack. Cirencester restored their lead when midfielder Brad Hooper thumped the ball home after a great pull back from the goal line by Danny Hale.

Cirencester secured their place in the next round when first year left back Reuben Keating scored the goal of the game firing into the top corner from 25 yards to give the Tiverton goalkeeper no chance.

 


 

This entry was posted on 11 October 2011 at 08:57 and is filed under Academy. You can leave a response here.

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