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The Albion started brightly, creating a number of chances and eventually going one up, after a fine through ball from Haz set Chaz free and in on goal.
Showing no signs of last season’s “yips”, Chaz smashed the ball into the far corner, taking his tally to 3 for the season. The ball was pumped from deep into the treacherous wind, Stew headed the ball back to Luke in goal, who jumped and claimed with both hands.
Only the onrushing SWAG striker to clatter into Luke, causing him to drop the ball and the striker to poke home for 1-1. The wind was starting to cause real problems for both sides, with it being end to end stuff but with not much football being played.
In one of the few remaining incidences of quality, “wee” Carlile threaded through “younger” Carlile with Haz eventually lobbing the goalie and Albion retaking the lead for 2-1.
Unfortunately, the half ended at 2-2 when Albion centre back Stew let the SWAG left winger in for a tap in around Luke. 2-2 at half time and a few words of encouragement shouted into the wind. The Albion didn’t really come out, with the game descending into a scrap, however with SWAG showing quality up front and their striker completing his hat-trick with their 3 goals to win, 4-2. Haz and Chaz tied second with 2 votes each but it was goalie Luke who won “MOM” with an outstanding performance, making numerous saves, some even described as “Walteresque”. All votes went to the “winner”, apart from one for their #14, AKA “Thunderbirds Man”, “Rubber Lips” or “Mr Angry”.
The first 5 minutes of the game played out in a similar fashion.
However, picking up his first Mo M of the season was the oldest man on the pitch and Albion’s own Roger Milla, Steve Leslie.
There wasn’t much to report in “Henri Leconte” as it was a walkover.
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The Albion going 1 nil down, following a threaded through ball which found the Morden winger one on one with the returning Bill in goal, the winger eventually rounding Bill to put Morden up.