Charlton Rovers Reds hit Leckhampton Cheetahs for six
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On a bitterly cold afternoon, Leckhampton Cheetahs entertained Charlton Rovers Reds at Naunton Park.
Rovers started brightly and within the first minute Louis Vintcent saw a long range shot ricochet off the base of the Cheetahs upright. The Cheetahs goalkeeper, Ben Lawrence was busy and made two fine saves to firstly deny Harry Benton and then James Timony.
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Rovers took a deserved lead when Joe Perry set Oliver Powell free on the right hand side. Oliver beat two defenders before crossing the ball to an unmarked Chisom Obi who prodded the ball into the Cheetahs net.
Cheetahs fought back and a goal line clearance from Harry Durnberger kept the Rovers lead intact.
With a minute to half time Rovers were awarded a penalty which was duly dispatched by Jake Budenis.
The start of the second half saw Cheetahs awarded a penalty which was cooly converted by Jay to make the score 2-1.
Harry Benton then produced three quality goals that sealed the victory for Rovers. The first came from a pass from Joe Perry on the Rovers left. Harry cut back into the Cheetahs penalty area, beat two players and chipped a shot into the top of the Cheetahs goal.
Benton's second would have made Matt Le Tissier proud. Following a goal kick, Benton flicked the ball into the air and then volleyed a dipping shot from 25 yards over the outstretched arms of the Cheetahs goalkeeper and into the top of the net to make the score 4-1.
Benton's hat-trick was completed with a solo run that saw him jink past 3 defenders before side footing the ball past the on-rushing Ben in the Cheetahs goal.
With five minutes left Joe Edwards completed the victory with a solo run down the right hand side that culminated with a powerful shot into the top of the Cheetahs goal.