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Under 16 Blues - Match centre

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Tynemouth United Football Club
Kingston Park
B Carr (30', 65', 70'), T Taylor (60'), L Anderson (75')
Full time
Sun 2 Dec 11:00 - League

TUFC U16 BLUES 5 KINGSTON PARK 1

BLUES RALLY AFTER CONCEDING AN EARLY GOAL TO A DETERMINED KINGSTON PARK SIDE TO RUN OUT 5-1 WINNERS

Following last weeks disappointing result at Cramlington the Blues were determined to get back on the winning path when they entertained Kingston Park at Norham.
Early signs were encouraging with Adam Watson showing good skills up font and Ben Carr prominent in midfield with the visiting keeper having to make some good saves
It was concerning however that Kingston Park were beginning to cause the home side problems on the counter attack and after a few scary moments in the home defence the breakthrough came. An ambitious dipping shot cannoned of the Tynemouth crossbar with the Kingston Park striker reacting first to put the visitors in font.
To their credit Tynemouth fought back again testing the visiting keeper. Ben Carr went close on a couple of occasions as did Liam Anderson. On 30 minutes Adam Watson made a good run into the box before laying the ball off to Ben Carr who calmly player his shot into the bottom corner.
Half time came with the scores tied at 1-1
The second half began with the Blues in the ascendancy however Kingston Park were proving to be tough opponents and were always in the game. Tynemouth edged in front with a goal from Thomas Taylor who was enjoying an influential game in the centre of midfield.
Kingston Park came back immediately and the Tynemouth defence had to be on their toes to keep them at bay. Dickinson making one particularly good save and with the ever reliable Alfie Davies having another good game it appeared that Tynemouth would grind out the win.
The last quarter of the game proved to be exceptional for the Blues as Ben Carr grabbed 2 quick goals in the 65th and 70th minutes to complete his hat- trick, the last one demonstrating the class and composure he has in front of goal. The scoring was wrapped up just before the final whistle when Liam Anderson headed past the despairing Kingston Park keeper.
Whilst Tynemouth deservedly won the game Kingston Park probably did not deserve to be beaten by such a margin as they contributed a lot to an enjoyable match.
Ben Carr was awarded both the Opposition and Coaches man of the match awards with a special mention to Alfie Davies who was a rock in defence

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Ben Carr

Player of the Match

Ben Carr

Key moments

30:00
Goal Ben Carr scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
60:00
Goal Thomas Taylor scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
65:00
Goal Ben Carr scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
70:00
Goal Ben Carr scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
75:00
Goal Liam Anderson scores for Tynemouth United Football Club

Highlights

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80:00 Player of the Match
Ben Carr is awarded player of the match for Tynemouth United Football Club
75:00 Goal 5 - 0
Liam Anderson scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
70:00 Goal 4 - 0
Ben Carr scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
65:00 Goal 3 - 0
Ben Carr scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
60:00 Goal 2 - 0
Thomas Taylor scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
End of period 1
30:00 Goal 1 - 0
Ben Carr scores for Tynemouth United Football Club
30:00 Assist
Adam Watson makes an assist for Tynemouth United Football Club
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As it happened

  • Tynemouth United Football Club
  • Kingston Park
  • 0
  • Ben Carr Goal 30:00'
  • Adam Watson Assist 30:00'
  • Thomas Taylor Goal 60:00'
  • Ben Carr Goal 65:00'
  • Ben Carr Goal 70:00'
  • Liam Anderson Goal 75:00'

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