Fleet Spurs 0 Fleet Town 3

In the el-classico of Fleet, Fleet Town emerged victorious at Kennels Lane. In a game that should be played every year between the two senior Fleet teams a windy but sunny day set up a good environment for what was hoped to be a good game.

Fleet started the game strongly passing the ball well and attacking, Fleet Spurs were solid and managed to repel the Fleet attacks. The first goal came when a long through ball was misjudged by the Fleet Spurs and Bradley Wilson was on hand to slot the ball home. Much good football continued on for the rest of the first half but the score stayed at 1-0 to Fleet at Half-time.

The second half followed a similar pattern to many pre-season friendlies with substitutes being made throughout the half. Despite this both teams continued to try and play football and Fleet Spurs had more of the ball with Aiden Upward making a number of good saves. Just as it looked that Spurs may equalise, Durell Brown played a long diagonal ball out to Bradley Wilson on the left wing, after beating a man his cross was side footed in calmly by Matty Pearse. The final goal to confirm the Fleet Town victory came from Pasha Taylor when he capitalised on a goalkeeping error to score from the edge of the box.

Fleet Town: 1. Aiden Upward, 2. Jon May, 3. Dan Framp, 4. Tom Williams, 5. Durell Brown, 6. Sam Williams (c), 7. Bradley Wilson, 8. Jack Howard, 9. Taylor Watts, 10. Billy Oram, 11. Kaine Macauley

Subs: 12. Indy Thomas (7), 14. Matty Pearse (4), 15. Enow Ojong (9), 16. Kieran Nagle-Kelly (10), Pasha Taylor (11)

Goals: Bradley Wilson, Matty Pearse, Pasha Taylor