Saturday 30 October 2021
Northern Counties East Football League Division 1
Ollerton Town (1) 4
Atkinson 2 Bayne 79 pen King 80 Lumley 90
Clipstone (0) 0
Bryan, Hextall, Barnard, Mullins ©, Whitton, L Warwick (Lowe 46), Wright, Massey (Heather 64), Sorrell (Hardwick 83), Ing, Pickering
Unused substitutes: Weaver, Skidmore (gk)
Cobras’ Man of the Match: Not awarded
Bookings: Sorrell, Heather (both foul play)
Sinned Binned: Whitton (dissent)
Match summary by Jim McIntosh:
Ollerton Town deservedly took all three points in this local derby as the visitors failed to register a shot on target in the entire 90 minutes.
Ollerton led at half time through Callum Atkinson’s second minute header from a free kick although the scoreline flattered the visitors who could have easily been four or five goals behind.
Clipstone marginally improved in the second half and with thirteen minutes to go still hoped to create a chance to get back into the game. However, the hosts were awarded a soft penalty that Joseph Bayne put away and then 60 seconds later Gav King was afforded time and space and made it 3-0. Joe Lumley completed the scoring in the 90th minute to round off a forgettable afternoon for the Cobras.
The two teams meet again at the Lido Ground on Tuesday 23 November in the Nottinghamshire Senior Cup and the Cobras will need to produce a vastly improved performance if they are to progress in that competition.
The Cobras drop one place to 15th place in the league with 15 points from 16 games. Their next league game is at home to Selby Town on Saturday 6th November, 3pm.
Clipstone FC Media Team
Clipstone FC face Ollerton Town FC at the FastFrame Walesby Lane with a 3pm Kick off. The Cobras are looking to get 3 points after a disappointing 3-2 defeat against Worsbrough. The Cobras led via Ing & Pickering but fell apart in the second half to lose 3-2. The Cobras will be looking to bounce back against local rivals Ollerton.
Ollerton, who currently sit 13th have 20 points from 15 games in the NCEL, will be looking to bounce back after a 6-0 defeat against Armthorpe Welfare. Ben Partridge currently has 6 goals so far in the league campaign and will be an attacking threat to the Cobras with Gavin King also an attacking threat for Ollerton. Ollerton will be a very strong side and a team who will be in high spirits against the Cobras
Clipstone, who currently sit 15th have 15 points from 15 games in the NCEL, will be looking to bounce back from a 3-2 defeat against Worsbrough. The Cobras will be siding a strong team against Ollerton to try and get the 3 points. The Cobras are looking to bounce back from their dissapointing defensive performance which saw the Cobras concede 3 goals to lose all 3 points. Many performances recently by the Cobras should of produced more points on the board however the Cobras are going from strength to strength each week. Big game for the Cobras! UTC!
Come down and support the Cobras in a local derby against Ollerton – Big away game for the Cobras! UTC!
#OneClipstone Media Team