Title in sight for Town after Wrisdale haul

Louth Town U13s 4

Woodhall Spa U13s 0

LOUTH Town under 13s moved within touching distance of the league title after a comfortable 4-0 home win over fourth placed Woodhall Spa on Sunday.

A four goal haul from Joe Wrisdale wrapped up the win which means Town require just four points from their final two games to wrap up the league.

A depleted Woodhall squad could only field ten players but despite the extra man the home side struggled to break down the resilient and well organised visitors in the first half.

But after the break Town changed to a 4-4-2 formation and immediately found some joy. Tom Evison’s dribbling run found him some space and he crossed into Ryan Bingham, the striker freeing Joe Wrisdale who slotted home to make it 1-0.

And moments later the lead was doubled. Evison’s quick throw gave Tom McGrath some time on the ball and he crossed in for Bingham to cleverly play in Wrisdale who made no mistake.

Bingham was again the creator of Wrisdale’s hat trick goal when he slipped a ball through for the prolific striker to poke home the third.

And Wrisdale made it four when Iva Koslow and Jack Brumpton linked well to cross in for Wrisdale to wrap up the points with his 34th of the season and earn a deserved man of the match award.

Town visit Saxilby in two weeks time where a win would see them need only a point at current leaders Navenby on the final day to bring the Lincs Co-op Mid County Youth under 13s C league title home.