BOHEMIANS U14 5 MID-SUTTON 2
March 10, 2015
Bohs surprised fourth-placed Mid-Sutton on Sunday in a game that ended a long run without a win. Bohs started well, holding most of the possession and creating some good chances with the back four pushing on and putting Sutton under a lot of pressure.
The opening goal came from Adam Moriarty, who brilliantly cut in from the right and drilled a shot into the far bottom corner. From there, tails were up and a second goal came from a well-worked move involving Kane Phillips and Brandon Hanney, who fed the ball across goal to be finished well by birthday boy, Amara Ibe Bobo. All three players made excellent contributions throughout the game.
Sutton worked their way back into the game with a goal before half-time, but Bohs came out after the break and made it a two-goal advantage again with an unstoppable free-kick from the right side of the box by the left foot of Ciaran McDonnell, who had come on at half-time.
Sutton scored again shortly after to give them a lifeline but Bohs worked hard to retake control of the game. Justice Sackey and Kane Phillips dominated the midfield for most of the game with a series of interlinked play that created great momentum for the team and it soon paid off with goals from Brandon Hanney and then Justice Sackey rounding off a good day’s work.