Feature Match: Halewood Tigers V Mossley Hill: TERRIFIC TOMMO TAMES TIGERS; HALEWOOD TIGERS . . . . 1 MOSSLEY HILL . . . . . . . . . 3 Jones and Wynn Also on Target as Hill Climb Continues in Title Bid

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Feature Match: Halewood Tigers V Mossley Hill: TERRIFIC TOMMO TAMES TIGERS; HALEWOOD TIGERS . . . . 1 MOSSLEY HILL . . . . . . . . . 3 Jones and Wynn Also on Target as Hill Climb Continues in Title Bid


Byline: LOUISE GOULDING at the Simpson Ground

MOSSLEY HILL continued their challenge for the under-11s MYA title with a 3-1 victory over Hale-wood Tigers. Mossley Hill midfielder Bobby Jones showed his intent in the second minute of the game when his looping free kick from 25 yards out drifted over the bar. However, Jones was not to be denied a second time when he swung in a wicked corner which evaded everybody in the penalty area and somehow crept into the net on four minutes. Halewood were unlucky not to get back on level terms in the ninth minute when Stephen Baker provided a through ball for Joe Monaghan, who was denied by a last-ditch tackle from Alex Jones. The Tigers went close again six minutes later when Ryan Edwards found himself with time and space, but his powerful drive flashed wide of Mark Armesh-er's post. Mossley Hill began to enjoy more possession and made it 2-0 on 22 minutes, thanks to an outstanding individual effort from Luke Wynn, who went on a mazy run from midfield and curled an unstoppable shot in to the top right corner from 20 yards out. However, Halewood continued to threaten and three minutes later Anthony Stevens launched a free kick into the penalty box, which Mossley Hill's defence failed to clear, and Monaghan was on hand to tap in from close range. Despite the goal Halewood failed to press on for the equaliser in the second half as their opponents do mi -nated proceedings. Ryan Moran played an excellent ball to Matthew Thompson, who was through on goal but was denied by substitute keeper James Atkins.

Moments later, Mossley Hill's Michael Slattery posed danger but a well-timed tackle from defender Ryan Woods prevented an almost certain goal. The game then became a personal battle between goalkeeper Atkins and striker Thompson. On 54 minutes, Thompson broke through Halewood's defence, but Atkins stood firm to palm his effort away. In the 59th minute a scramble in Halewood's penalty area saw some desperate defending as the ball fell to Thompson, but Atkins managed to deflect the ball with his feet and Slattery's follow-up was cleared off the line by Woods. …

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