On Saturday 27th Hamworthy United hosted visitors Blackfield and Langley at the County Ground – in a match heavily affected by the wind caused by Storm Arwen.
In a frustrating game that was expected to have chances upon chances with both teams in high scoring form with both sides having players having scored 10 goals or more already this season in the league alone.
The first half seemed level in terms of possession with both sides having good chances but no one could break the deadlock.
The second half seemed to be much of the same for both sides.
After the game, Goalkeeping coach Ben Sullivan said, “I just don’t think it worked out today, I think the wind was a leveller, but credit to the opposition I think Blackfield came with a plan, I thought we played quite well but we never really got to the level we needed to, to win the game”.
Defender Tony Rolls said, “We didn’t perform in the first half, the second half we were better but, it’s disappointing but it’s still a point and we are still unbeaten.
Apologies for the wind.
The Hammers next games is Alresford Town at home.