Glapwell cruise to comfortable win against Brodsworth Welfare

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Glapwell made it back-to-back victories with a 4-0 win over 10 man Brodsworth Welfare at the Welfare Ground.

Glapwell took the lead on 18 minutes when Adam Kimberley cut inside from the right before his shot went in via the inside of the near post.

The home side’s task was made even more difficult when their skipper Jake Starbuck was shown a straight red two minutes later.

He originally committed a foul before shamefully grabbing Glapwell assistant Neil Grayson by the throat.

Brodsworth had a couple of half chances in the first period, but Glapwell held on through to half-time despite having the disadvantage of a strong wind.

In the second half, their lead was doubled when Dean Spencer beat the keeper to a ball through before tapping it home.

It was three with five minutes left when Spencer got himself on the scoresheet again when he finished emphatically after being played in by Daniel Russell.

Russell then got in on the act with the final action of the match when he brilliantly volleyed home via the underside of the bar from Callum Dovison’s ball from the left.