Shepshed Dyanmo 3 Cogenhoe United 2

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Shepshed Dyanmo 3 Cogenhoe United 2

Post  Gibbo on Mon Jul 28, 2014 2:50 am

A good test against a side playing at the same level as ourselves in high temperature and in front of a decent crowd of 108 for a friendly. Cogenhoe were the better side early in the game but Shepshed found their stride and became more dominant and were unfortunate to go one behind with a deflected effort passed the forlorn Thacker. Shepshed equalised just before the break with Callum Thompson's effort deflected passed the Cooks keeper.

David "Poj" Hinds coolly rounded United's keeper on 52 minutes to put Dynamo in front. The visitors equalised with eight minutes remaining but Shepshed remained unbeaten in pre season with a Callum Thompson free kick with time running out.

Elsewhere in the MFL signing news is now at a premium with 6 days to the opening of the new season many sides were into their final pre season friendly here's a look how it panned out for sides in our league yesterday;

AFC Wulfrunians our opening opponents beat AFC Rushden & Diamonds 2-1
Alvechurch were beaten 1-0 at Sutton Coldfiled Town despite missing a penalty.
The first visitors to The Dovecote Stadium Basford United beat Mickleover Sports 2-0 two goals form former Evo Stick stalwart Ruben Wiggins - Thomas
Brocton drew 2-2 with Stapenhill
Coleshill lost 4-2 to in form new UCL Premier Division side Thurnby Nirvana
Coventry Sphinx left it late to beat Whitnash 4-3 away from home.
Heath Hayes lost 5-1 to Uttoxeter Town
Kirby Muxloe beat Bardon Hill 4-3
Long Eaton United beat Dronfeld Town 1-0
Tividale added the Joe Mcgorian Trophy as their first silverware of the season beating the side from the Sutton Park side 1-0 the least said about their approach to the prestigious MFL season probably the better but if rumours are true the Chairman P****d the trophy up the wall  Elsewhere at Sutton Park they have retained 23 squad players from last season and included Jamie Clarke from Rainworth, local youngsters Angus Gentleman, Josh Lawrence and George Bragg, Attacking Midfielder Jacob Wright from Heather, Sam Hollis from St Andrews and Central defender Kieran Neat from Oadby. Three players departing James Orton, Tom Cooper, Olly Brown - Hill.
Rocester beat Newhall United 5-2 in the Steve Hackett Memorial Trophy.
Tipton Town won 4-1 away at Dudley Town.
Walsall Wood drew 1-1 at Sporting Khalsa.
Westfields Lost 4-1 at Haverfordwest.




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