The Baltic managed to come back twice to secure a frustrating point against JP Morgan. Typical set piece defending from the Baltic boys saw the team go one down in the first 10 minutes after some poor marking on a JP Morgan corner. The BEFC managed to pull one back from Guy Batleet (Clarksons) after some fine work on the left from Adam Bryne (Clarksons). The Baltic continued to press on during the second half and were really the only team that looked like winning the game. However a concentration lapse during another corner saw the boys go 2-1 down – when will the Baltic learn! Undeterred the BEFC went all out for the equaliser and a fine solo strike from Adam Byrne pulled the Baltic level again. There was more drama late on with Nick Marns hitting the cross bar from a 30 yard free kick and a Baltic goal wrongly being ruled out with the last kick of the game.
Man of the match goes to Adam Bryne – excellent performance bagging a goal and an assist.
Failure to win saw the BEFC finish a respectable third this season – now the winter season is out of the way the BEFC will be looking to bring back its samba style for the new season and hopefully win the league.
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