Inkberrow 0 Littleton 4

Smedley Crooke Cup

Last Updated: Nov 10, 2013 08:17pm
North and Middle Littleton, Wychavon
By Littleton FC
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Littleton eased their way into the next round of the Smedley Crooke Cup with a comfortable win at Inkberrow.

Despite the recent rain, the Inkberrow pitch was in lovely condition and the visitors took full advantage of the surface.

Littleton almost took the lead on five minutes a WILL GAYTON header crashing against the bar.

Littleton attacked constantly but dogged defence by a young Inkberrow side kept them at bay until the 34th min.  A long free kick by SIMON FITTER was headed down by LEON KANDEKORE to STUART HALL who slotted home from 12 yards 3 mins later the home keeper made a good save to prevent a STUART HALL volley from doubling the lead.  It was HALL again who scored on 52 mins following a good run by GLEN SITCH.

On 52 mins the visitors made it three through KYONN EVANS whose powerful shot gave the keeper no chance.

The scoring was wrapped up on 75 mins MARTIN SLEVIN scoring a fine individual goal.

Littleton are at home on Saturday to Coventry Copsewood K.O. 3.00pm.

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