Caistor Six-a-Side League: Techys stamp authority on title race

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NK Dons made it back-to-back wins in the Caistor Six-a-Side League with a second 1-0 win in as many weeks.

Their victory came despite a great performance from opponents Bottom of the League who were beaten for the first time in three matches.

Jamie Baxter was the difference in a close-fought match as NK Dons remained in contention for at least a runners-up spot.

Grey and Young Ones snapped a four-game losing streak when they beat bottom side Cruasaders 5-2 to keep them within touching distance of the rest of the pack.

Despite the heavy scoreline, special credit must be given to man-of-the-match Graham Wright who put in an outstanding performance in goal for the Grey and Young Ones to preserve the three-goal winning margin.

Game three was the eagerly-anticipated game of the evening at Caistor Grammar School as close rivals CTFC and Caistor Techys went head-to-head.

Following four consecutive wins for CTFC and Caistor Techys’ surprising loss last week to Dynamite Parfitt, another potential upset looked possible.

But Jack Marrott, among others, banished last week’s loss as Techys flew out of the traps on their way to a comprehensive 6-2 victory to extend their lead at the top to four points.

Their win put pressure on Young Prospects as they took on Dynamite Parfitt.

Man-of-the-match Tim Stewart put in a superb performance up front for Parfitt, netting important goals as they severely damaged Young Prospects title challenge with a fine 3-2 victory.

Consecutive wins against the league’s top two have boosted Parfitt’s hopes of a medal.