YOUTH FOOTBALL: Pennington and Burcham goals see Ciren through to next round
7:48pm Monday 30th September 2013 in Sport
A BRACE of goals from Pennington and Burcham saw Cirencester U11s through to the next round of the cup with a 4-1 win over Wotton.
Cirencester Town U11s 4
From the start Ciren played with assurance, the backline winning their challenges and feeding the midfield who were playing some excellent short-passing football to open up the Wotton defence at will.
After about three minutes, Pennington went on a run down the left wing before cutting inside and being tripped in the box for a clear penalty, which he duly dispatched.
Burcham then broke into the box in the tenth minute to drive home a low shot for 2-0.
Wotton threatened up front and they caught Ciren on the break just before half-time to make it 2-1 at the turnaround.
In the second half, Pennington, with his back to goal, flicked the ball off the outside of his foot into the net to make it 3-1.
McLoughlin then won a tackle near the halfway line and launched a perfectly-weighted pass to Burcham, who dribbled the ball into the box and smashed the ball past the keeper to finish a well-worked move.
MoM: Oliver Wood
CTFC Coaches MoM: Luke Pennington.
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