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Following a defeat for the first team, Lancaster men’s indoor football 2nds evened the score with an 11-6 triumph over York. It was a slow start for the Lancaster team as York scored three goals within the first few minutes but Lancaster began to fight back and by half time the score was evened at 5-5.
The high number of goals continued throughout the second half with Lancaster scoring another six to take their total to 11. Neither team had much control of possession but for the majority of the game the two sides were well matched.
”We didn’t start too well, we were four-nil down, but we had a couple of player changes, got to four-all and pushed on from there,” said team captain Jack Griffiths afterwards. “The other side started better but we had more changes which made a difference.”
The results of the indoor football can often be an interesting indicator of the way things will go in the 11 a side football, which will be played on Sunday.