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York and Cheesman score doubles as Town march on

HENLEY TOWN progressed to the semi-final of the Sam Waters Cup after running out 4-1 winners at GREATER LEYS YOUTH MEN’S BLUES.

Henley started the game well and created several good chances in front of the Greater Leys goal but the home goalkeeper pulled off two good saves to keep the score level.

However, Henley pressure proved too much for Greater Leys when they conceded a penalty when Jack Earl was tripped inside the box. Nico Cheesman converted to put the visitors 1-0 up.

Henley went 2-0 up just before the break when a Charlie Douglas low cross found Cheesman who smashed home just inside the box for his second of the game.

In the second half Henley continued to dominate and went 3-0 up when Dan York pounced on a loose ball inside the box before finishing powerfully down the middle. Greater Leys pulled a goal back on the 70th minute mark and then started to create a several chances but Arron Stevens produced two good saves to keep the score at 3-1.

Henley wrapped up the scoring when a Charlie York pinpoint cross found Dan York who showed good composure inside the box to score his second and the visitors’ fourth goal of the match.

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