team that would have been less happy with the
above result was Kings Old Boys as it meant they
were 4 points off 2nd place with only three points
to play for. Game 10 was far from academic though
as 3rd place was at stake. Kings Old Boys only
needed a draw to secure it, Aint Got A Clue needed
a win. Whilst both teams were assured of their
place in the Plate a 3rd place finish would, in
theory, secure an easier Plate Quarter-Final.
There was of course the (not so) small matter
of pride to play for too.
was Paul Veasey who opened the scoring in this
game and it was a goal that was to set his side
on the way to victory. Aint Got A Clue for their
part, with a win under their belts, were much
improved from their opening two games. They were
beginning to find their feet in this tournament
and, as if to confirm that notion, got on the
scoresheet through Stuart Clarke.
Veasey was Kings Old Boys goalscoring hero though
and his second of the game wrapped up all three
points in a 2-1 win and 3rd place was theirs.