Youngsport: Leckhampton Rovers Cheetahs outpace Lakeside Reds for a hard-fought victory
Leckhampton R Cheetahs U-12s 4 FC Lakeside Reds U-12s 0
VITTORIO Rogazzo continued his free-scoring start to the season as Leckhampton Cheetahs earned a hard-fought win over FC Lakeside Reds.
Rogazzo scored a hat-trick to make it eight goals in his last two league games, the other goal coming from Jay Morris.
On a muddy surface that made passing football difficult, Cheetahs created numerous chances.
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But some poor finishing and some inspired goalkeeping kept the scoreline down.
The best of those saves was from a first-half penalty by Jack Mustoe that was heading for the bottom corner before the goalkeeper stuck out a hand to divert the ball wide.
Cheetahs struggled to get their passing game going – too often relying on hopeful balls upfield.
But they carved out numerous chances, with Rogazzo, Morris, Harry Locke, Adam Chappell, Jamie King and man of the match Hal Richards all denied by the Lakeside goalkeeper. The Cheetahs goalkeeper Drew Lipscombe, deputising for the injured Ben Lawrence, was a virtual spectator but had to be alert in the closing stages as Lakeside threatened a consolation goal.
Leckhampton Rovers Cheetahs: Drew Lipscombe, Joseph Rowsell, Liam Stockton, Tom Gregory, Jack Mustoe, Harry Locke, Jamie King, Matthew Gilchrist, Hal Richards, Jay Morris, Vittorio Rogazzo, Adam Chappell, Daniel McLaughlin, Elliot Hall.