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Start Date: 11/12/12 (Aged 15)

Monday, 5 February 2018

Gallery: Worksop Town 3-0 Clipstone FC (03/02/2018)

 The Tigers immediately start the game on the front foot.

 Numerous attacks come from the left for Worksop.

 Mitch Husbands looks to control the ball in the box.

 The home side push hard in the early stages.

 The Worksop players celebrate Mitch Husbands' opening goal (1/2).

 The Worksop players celebrate the opening goal (2/2).

 Charlie Baird scores Worksop's second goal in quick succession, 2-0.

 The players celebrate doubling the lead.

 Play is driven forward.

 A Clipstone player attempts a flying challenge...

 ...But the Worksop player comes away unscathed...

 ...Before eventually being upended just outside the box.

 Lee Hill of Worksop Town.

 The home side again bring the ball into Clipstone's half.

 Clipstone regain possession.

 A hard-fought battle in the centre of the park.

 A last ditch block sends a Worksop shot out for a corner.

 An acrobatic challenge.

 Man-of-the-match Jack Holden charges across Clipstone's midfield.

 The home side push hard for a third goal at the start of the second-half.

 Clipstone look to clear the danger.

Conditions worsen as the second-half goes on.

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