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Litherland Tigers U8s 0TMS U8s 5

IN an evenly balanced start, the Tigers played some good football without finding the final ball to create a clear shooting chance in this Hightown Junior Football League encounter.

On the occasions TMS broke away, they found Clark and Williams combining well to snuff out the danger.

A three onto one breakaway saw Williams do well to put the ball out for a corner.

The flag-kick was driven across the Tigers’ goal and was fired in from the edge of the box giving goalkeeper Thompson no chance.

Another quick break saw Williams again win the ball well, but, his clearance found a TMS player who was a long way out.

He hit a speculative looping shot that slipped just under the bar, again, giving the Tigers’ number one no chance to keep it out.

TMS found a third goal after the midfield failed to support their defence and their player drifted in unmarked at the far post to tap home.

It was quickly 4-0 as again TMS’s tricky number nine was left unmarked to fire in.

A lovely ball from Brown found Markham, but, the TMS defender got in a great challenge for a corner.

From the flag-kick, Kemp-Ellis’s shot was well saved.

Again a quick break saw Williams up against four TMS players and despite Clark busting a gut to get back and support, Thompson once more had no chance with the shot.

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