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Notts based side Kimberley Town got lost on their way to East Yorkshire and forced a delayed kick off; which in turn seemed to force a delayed performance from most of the ‘ella players. Granted Kimberley came and ‘parked the bus’ for a smash and grab that left Westella frustrated and often up against a 11-man wall. It took the home side 43 minutes to break the deadlock, Dave Clement finding the corner from close range. Robbie Start scored the second after the interval with a rare headed goal, which was quickly followed by some awful defending to give the visitors a lifeline. As they pressed for an equaliser the game became more stretched and this is when the ella boys opened them up with Nathan Ledger and an Allan Laud brace giving the home side a repeat 5-1 victory of their open day result.
Westella suffered from ‘first game of the season jitters’ in a less then convincing win over Kirkby Town on Saturday. A long trip to the Notts based side seemed to have affected the ‘ella players, and struggled to get into any rhythm. Michael Pecora found some space on the edge of the box with time to spin, set himself and finish smartly in the bottom right hand corner to make it 1-0 after 16 minutes. The lead didn’t last long as ‘ella, woeful in possession, gave the ball away in the centre of the pitch, a smart through ball to Watson, who with time to turn, coolly finished past the advancing Taylor to draw level. A clumsy foul in the area on 28 minutes gifted Westella their second, Andy Coverdale finishing from the spot, and although never really hurting Kirkby throughout the half, ella found themselves going in 3-1 at…
North Ferriby United will be the first visitors to the new Bishop Burton Facility for Tuesday nights friendly [kick off 7.30pm] The Evo-Stick Premier League side complete a busy pre season schedule for the first team and promises to be a tough challenge prior to the league opener next Saturday. Manager, Danny McIntyre has always insisted that performances are more important then results and his side go into the game in reasonable form having had high percentages of possession against ncel premier league teams Hall Road and Nostell as well as a recent victory against ncel side Appleby Frodingham. Westella are hoping for a good turn out at their new home ground were the facilities and pitch are known to be as good as anything in the area. Admission £2
It is the opinion of the management team Danny McIntyre and Ian Gray, that the performances of the team and individuals is always more important then the results during the pre season schedule; hence the schedule containing teams higher in the football pyramid then the First Team. Firstly ella took on local ncel premier side Hall Road Rangers; a managers meeting of former team mates at Bridlington Town, Northwood and Hall Road themselves. After taking an early lead, missing a penalty and giving away a needless goal, the home side were disappointed to go in level at half time. The second half was always going to be a different story as this was the clubs first pre season friendly, McIntyre was always going to make the changes and there were 9 in total. Hall Road took the lead only to find an inform Chris Spinks firing a fantastic free kick…
Darren Rowbottom’s new team needs more players for the forthcoming season. Training is held at St Thomas More School between 6pm and 7pm with games being played at the School on a saturday morning between 10am and 11.30am. Please email Darren or call him on 07833430296 to ask any questions. Get in Touch!