up was Fleet Street Elite 1 versus Spider Mans
& Great Hawk. Due to their superior goal
difference, Spider Mans & Great Hawk only
needed a draw to progress to the Cup and also
win the Group A title – a win would see them
do it in style.
Street Elite 1 were located at the foot of Group
A and if they could pull off a result could
potentially overtake Always Short into 5th place.
To avoid going into the Wooden Spoon competition
they needed to better the results of the teams
currently occupying 6th in Groups B and C.
Street Elite 1 turned in a battling and competitive
performance that saw them retain parity with
their illustrious opposition going into half-time.
A repeat of that in the second half and some
clinical prowess up front may see a surprise
on the cards.
Adam Woodmansey goal meant that the form book
could probably be relied on as he sent the men
in black 1-0 up. Sam A'Court put the result
beyond doubt when he made it 2-0. Spider Mans
& Great Hawk had won the game and also Group
A – many congratulations to them.
Street Elite 1 would have to wait and see if
their goal difference would see them through
to the Plate or the Wooden Spoon play-off.