CASTLEFORD & DISTRICT
Group A Group B
Nevison Leap Pontefract S & S
George V Knottingley Albion Vets.
Ferrybridge Progressive Queens Head
Nevison Leap 3 George V 3
George V 1 Ferrybridge Progressive 6
Ferrybridge Progressive 5 Nevison Leap 0
Pontefract S & S 1 Knottingley Albion Vets 3
Knottingley Albion Vets 3 Queens Head. 1
Queens Head 2 Pontefract S & S 3
Final Ferrybridge Progressive 7 Knottingley Albion Vets 2
From, Adam Tasker, Martin Pickin, Robert Anderson, Mark Clark, Adrian Wilkinson, Adam Walsh, Regan Fish, Lee Waites, James Hicks, Michael Dunn, Danny Midleton, Kyle Fish, Thomas Carr, Phil O'Leary
KNOTTINGLEY ALBION VETS
From, Lee O'Rourke, Lee Agar, Jason Thornton, Paul Harrison, Paul Fish, Neil Jackson, Stuart Clewlow, Richard Stack, Michael Muscroft, Nicholas Ramskill, Dale Muscroft, Subs, Craigh Hewitt, Jason McManus, Ian Jaques, Peter Baker, Marc Rutherford.
Greg Rhodes, Dave Redman, Allen Haywood, Dave Brayshaw
It's a family match
This was a match were father played against two sons. Paul Fish played for Knottingley Albion Vets and his two sons, Regan and Kyle both played for Ferrybridge. It was Regan that ensured Ferrybridge retained the cup by scoring a brilliant hat trick.
Knottingley Albion Vets were packed with class players, but in the end old legs became tired. Ferry took the lead early when with some excellent play by winger Regan Fish who advanced into the box and picked out Micky Dunn with an excellent cross and made no mistake coolly finishing from inside the area, and soon made it 2-0 when he tapped in spilt Danny Middleton cross.
Middleton then made it 3, powering home a lovely lay off from Regan Fish. Nikki Ramskill had the Vets first chance following good work from Richard Stack and Paul Fish, but the soft shot went straight to keeper Adam Tasker. Jason Thornton was at full stretch to deny Regan Fish and the first half ended with Fetty firmly in control.
James Hicks added a forth within a minute of the restart, showing his class to control the ball with his chest and then volley a shot over the keepers head from well over 30yds. It was soon 5 with Regan Fish getting his first after a neat lay-off from Middleton. Craig Hewitt pulled one back for the Vets, using his strength to neatly turn and slot the ball home. Kyle Fish was introduced and saw him play in his brother Regan for Ferry's 6th with a looping effort from afar nesting in the top corner. Hewitt added another for the Vets when it went through the legs of keeper Tasker.
Regan Fish had the final say when he completed his hat-trick from the spot after his brother Kyle had been brought down. Martin Picken had to go in goal after an injury to Keeper Tasker and he made a brilliant saves to keep out an effort from Peter Barker as Ferry saw out the remainder of the match.
Regan, Paul and Kyle Fish