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Middlefield beat Culter U16's in opener

Culter Youth FC 2

Ledingham 57, 73

Middlefield Wasps 6

Sabiti 24, 75, Seager, 23, Evans, 47, Wosinski, 49, Barbour 70
  • Saturday, 23 August 2014
  • Hazlehead Park, Aberdeen
  • Under 16´s
  • League B

Chris Cromar | YFS North Region Journalist
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Middlefield Wasps beat Culter Youth FC by six goals to two in the opening game of the 2014-15 B League season. The game was played at Aberdeen’s Hazlehead Park in sunny conditions, with some light drizzle. 
Middlefield had the first opportunity of the match. Harry Muirhead’s cross was headed goal wards by Pablo Sabiti, which was well saved by Culter’s Jamie Deans in goal. 
More chances came for Middlefield, as a Pablo Sabiti shot went just wide of the target. Jack Evans then headed a corner just over the bar ande Alex Seager’s shot from the right just went wide of the target as the Wasps looked to sting their opponents.
It wasn’t long until they did just that, as Pablo Sabiti’s shot went into the centre of the goal to give the Wasps a deserved lead.
Culter looked to respond instantly, and a minute later Thomas Stein’s header went narrowly wide of the target for the hosts.
It was Middlefield though that grabbed the second of the game, as good play from Jack Evans set up Alex Seager who slotted home his side’s second of the match. 
Seager nearly scored his second goal, but his shot from the right hand side went wide of the goal. 
Culter looked to pull one back before the break. A good attack saw a Ben Neil header saved by Middlefield goalkeeper Levi Beattie.
  • Half Time:
  • Culter Youth FC
  • 0-2
  • Middlefield Wasps
A minute into the second-half and Middlefield nearly scored their third of the match. Neat play from Alex Seager set up Pablo Sabiti, whose shot from close range was fantastically saved by Jamie Deans in the Culter goal. 
It wasn’t long though before Middlefield did grab another goal. Jack Evans’ shot from outside of the box found the back of the net.
Only minutes later and it was 4-0. Alex Seager’s ball across was well finished by Michal Wosinski.
Despite the score line, Culter still looked for a breakthrough, and a shot from the left by Alex Cormack went wide of the goal. 
Their effort were paid off and Culter did get a goal back. Good play from the left set up Scott Ledingham, who finished off the move. 
Any thoughts of a comeback though were dashed as Middlefield scored their fifth of the game. Sam Barbour rounded the keeper excellently to finish into an empty net. 
Culter pulled another one back though as they continued to show their determination. Scott Ledingham scored his and his side’s second of the game with a good finish.
It was Middlefield that rounded off the scoring with their sixth and final goal of the game with five minutes remaining. Kami Khorasani’s cross was headed into the net by Pablo Sabiti for his second of the match.
All in all a good game of football played by both sides, and both of these teams will be looking forward to the rest of the campaign.
  • Full Time:
  • Culter Youth FC
  • 2-6
  • Middlefield Wasps


Culter Youth FC
Middlefield Wasps

1. Jamie Deans 
2. Tom Buckley
3. Kieran Hutchinson
4. Liam Middleton
5. William Davidson
6. Alex Cormack
7. Ben Neil
8. Scott Ledingham
10. Jay Currie
12. Robbie Gibson
21. Thomas Stein
N/A Michael Bruce

2. Fraser Matthewson 
4. Greg Will
5. Harry Muirhead
7. Sam Barbour
8. Luke Faulds
9. Pablo Sabiti
11. Kami Khorasani
12. Alex Seager
14. Harris Macleod
15. Jack Evans
16. Michal Wosinski
18. Cameron Ewen
19. Gary Moore

Star Player
Culter Youth FC
Middlefield Wasps
Scott Ledingham: Scored two goals for his side, always full of running and looking to make things happen for his side.
Pablo Sabiti: The scorer of two goals, always looking to create chances and make things happen for his team
Magic Moment
Culter Youth FC
Middlefield Wasps
Scott Ledingham's two goals for the side.
The style of victory with good passes and chances created.
Club Views
Culter Youth FC
Middlefield Wasps
Parents were happy with win, looking forward to the rest of the season.
  • Match report and photos copyright Youth Football Scotland.
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