u15 United entertained St Edmunds for the first ever time at Horton View on a bright but crisp morning. United had lost all their previous meetings with St Eds but today they was turn their fortunes against a decent side. An even start with United playing against a stiff breeze, they was able to open the scoring when Callum Moon found Ben Fish with a lovely through ball and Ben was able to find the bottom corner after 7 mins. United were finding the breeze was helping push the ball forward quickly for forwards to attack. After 15 mins Ben Fish found Dziugas Ringys who slotted home. The game was very even still but United had made the two main chances and HT came with the score 2-0.
With a smaller squad than normal, the pack was shuffled to attempt to utilise the breeze to better effect in the second half, this nearly worked wonders when Callum smaked a thunderbolt from 30 yards but somehow the visiting keeper made a save that was every bit as good as the strike. All parents applauding play from both sides. United got the vital 3rd goal in the 58th minute when the through ball looked to be too long, however Robert Pollard kept chasing the ball and as the defender and keeper looked at each other to clear he nipped in between to score. St Eds did respond well and for the remainder of the game was the dominant force in the main, scoring deserved goal in the 61st minute. Another good performance from u15 United who now sit in a stronger league position than they started the month of March.