Cambridgeshire Bow Out of Cup

Cambridgeshire made the trip to Sussex on Saturday 7 November in the FA County Youth Cup Second Round, looking to match last year’s result at the same

The game started at a fast and furious pace, in the first minute a Sam Coulson shot was well saved by Woods in the Sussex goal, only for Sussex to go straight at the other end and Dean did well to save a Waller shot.  Dean was then called into action six minutes later when he had to turn a 20 yard strike from Beard around the Cambridgeshire upright. In the 11th minute a 20 yard strike from Cambridgeshire captain Charlie Woolfe was turned past the post by Woods in the Sussex goal. Sussex then started to take a foothold on the game but they were coming up against Dean in the Cambridgeshire goal and he did well to save efforts from Caplin and Waller. Cambridgeshire did have the ball in the net after 31 minutes through Charlie Woolf but the whistle had long gone for offside. The deadlock was broken in the when Matt Hards drilled a free kick from just outside the penalty area and into the bottom corned of the Cambridgeshire net; it was no more than the hosts deserved.

Half Time: - Sussex U18 1 – 0 Cambridgeshire FA U18

Goalkeeper Dean did well in the 51st minute and gets down smartly to save from House. In the 63rd minute Sussex doubled their lead as Charlie Coppola brilliantly curled a shot into the top corner from 20 yards.  Three minutes later and Sussex got their third as Tom Caplin finished off an excellent team move. Michael Waller got the goal he deserved and Sussex fourth in the 80th minute when he fired past the advancing Dean in the Cambridgeshire goal after beating the offside trap. Sussex rounded off the scoring in the 90th minute when Toby House latched onto a long ball to fire home. A minute later the referee brought a disappointing afternoon to an end for Cambridgeshire and Sussex will now go on to play Herefordshire.

Half Time:-Sussex U18 5-0 Cambridgeshire FA U18

Cambridgeshire Team

1.Oscar Dean (Cambridge City) 2.David Ramjee (Histon Hornets Sports) 3.Harry Lowson (Cambridge City) 4.Charlie Lewis (St Neots Town) 5.Harrison Smith (March Town United) 6.Joe Brannan (Ely City) 7.Reegan Brown (Wisbech St Mary) 8.Sam Coulson (Over Sports) 9.Charlie Woolf (Cambridge City) 10.Jamie Hilton (Hills Road VI Form College) 11.CJ Lewis (St Neots Town) 12.Jack Loveday (Soham Town Rangers), replaced Jamie Hilton after 83 minutes. 14.Daniel Anderson (Cambridge City) – not used 15.Sam Cridland (Cambridge City), replaced CJ Lewis after 72 minutes. 16.Adam Conyard (March Town United), replaced Reegan Brown after 60 minutes. 17. Lewis Fariley (Cambridge City) – not used.