Sully Sports end season with an excellent win
8:31am Thursday 1st May 2014 in Sport
Sully Sports 5 - Penydarren 3
SULLY Sports played their final league game against the in form Penydarren and started off the better.
Swanbridge was at its devilishly best with a southerly wind blowing in off the sea making it tricky to control a lively ball.
With the double Ls Dan and Alex combining well up front and after 20 minutes, Lawlor pounced for 1-0. Soon to be 2-0 as the midfield again created Lawlor's second. The visitors were also having their share on chances, but the Sports defence held firm.
Dan Lawlor completed a fine hat trick, on 30 minutes with Long making it 4-0 at the break.
The second half saw Penydarren score a nice goal and as Sports rang the changes, another goal from the visitors with a cracking blast with help from the wind.
Sub Garon Davies thought he had netted Sully's fifth only to find the goal line technology wasn't working at Sully, undeterred he felt hard done by not to get a penalty before a 25 yard thunderbolt enabled Garon to eventually get Sports a fifth. A bit of slack defending saw Sports give away a free kick as concentration was lacking and the Penydarren player hit a perfect strike on the near post. The game finished with Sports again attacking again but the score remained the same.
An excellent season for Sully with runners-up in the South Wales Senior League following up the two previous seasons as Champions also a Bruty Cup Final, to come V Grange Albion on May 10 at The Willows in Splott Cardiff, kick off 1.30pm.
The club also progressed to the 4th round proper of the Welsh Cup, the first for a club at their level and similar cup run in the FAW Trophy was seen.
Sully Sports FC 2nds 3 v 3 FC Barry
The Division One Vale team celebrated their league winners achievement on Saturday when a fair 3-3 draw with a very good FC Barry team at Swanbridge. The celebrations started with MOM Ashley Cottle and goals from Wes Lamb, Kyle Lewis and Spud. The corks started to pop after a presentation of the league winners trophy from VOG league chairman Tony Williams.
A season which was a triumph for managers Spencer Lamb and James Kedward. Saturday sees the team playing at St Athan before their last game of the season with Inter Penarth.
Sully Ladies game v Pontypridd was cancelled as no Official Referee was appointed by the South Wales Women's League. The fixture will be rearranged. Sully Ladies visited Dinas and on Sunday, May 4, travel to Newport County.