Seghill 3 – 3 Dynamo Fenham

Following on from a close 2-1 win against Fawdon Park Development, Fenham made it 4 points in 2 games with a close fought game away to Seghill.

Falling behind inside the opening minutes, a long punt up field was missed in the centre of the Fenham defence and a Seghill striker was allowed time to finish past a helpless McIntosh. But not to be put down, the Dynamo fought back and a cross field ball cleared the last man, where Greeves and Hewitson were running into space, with a slightly better angle, Hewitson took command of the situation and Greeves allowed the Fenham wide man to lash home a volley into the bottom corner, leaving the keeper with no chance.

Fenham then pushed ahead when Greeves made it 2-1 in no time at all, pouncing on a loose ball from a Kevin Nichol pull back, to give Fenham a deserved lead, and it stayed like that until the break. With more goals seemingly obvious, it was Smith who made it 3 to Fenham, with a cross that he still swears was a shot… Finding the opposite corner when cutting in from the left to leave the keeper stranded.

Some dallying in defence saw Seghill awarded a penalty, which McIntosh was helpless to keep out, the game delicately poised at 3-2, when disaster struck. With only seconds remaining, the ball in his hands, McIntosh looked out wide for White, only to slip at the vital moment of kicking and leave the Seghill striker with the simplest of finishes to snatch a point.

Devastated, but Paul had previously kept Fenham in the lead with a couple of fantastic saves – such is the life of a goalkeeper.

Goals:

Hewitson

Greeves

Smith

MOTM:

McIntosh

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