A dramatic final couple of minutes gave St Peter’s the win in the Gilbert League Cup against St Cadoc’s as St Peter’s took their undefeated streak to eleven games.
The earlier meeting was a close encounter with the game finishing 3-2 to St Peters and they have not looked back since, drawing only once in the league, and winning their last six on the bounce scoring a remarkable forty three goals in that time.
Saint Peter’s were presented their first chance of the game within the first five minutes, Lewis lifting his shot over the St Cadoc’s keeper and just wide.
There were no real chances after this until St Cadoc’s were presented a wonderful opportunity from a corner which was headed over the bar. A few minutes after this St Cadoc’s were awarded a penalty. The penalty was stopped by Keeper Jacob, however the rebound was put away and St Cadoc’s were one up on the twenty seventh minute.
They were not threatened by the opposition for the remainder of the half and looked like the team in control going into half time.