Agua coming through steadily

It was a Cummings and Commins double act that sunk Shellaz in the only game that went ahead in the Heineken Sunday Football League at the weekend.

Agua pulled off a narrow 2-1 victory but were slightly fortunate to win as Dan Cummings and Ian Commins both struck goals for the second week running to defeat a spirited Shellaz side still without a point.

Agua had the better of chances in the first-half but only had a Dan Cummings strike after 20 minutes to show for their endeavours after he thundered home from a left wing cross. At the other end Shellaz relied on a piece of magic from Jason Baker to equalise when he embarked on a fine solo run, beating three Agua defenders in the process. Cummings thought he had scored again but it was disallowed for offside.

As the clocked ticked down, Agua had at this stage even pushed centre half Commins up front in search of the winner and with the last attack of the game he was left unmarked to score.

Shellaz coach Matthew Owens said: “Of course we are disappointed to lose, but we did have chances to score while the game was still 1-1.

“We’re happy to be in the league and looking forward to the rest of the season – and although this is our third loss from our opening three games, week by week are improving, the organisation is getting better and we have now got a squad we are happy with.”

Agua pulled off a narrow 2-1 victory but were slightly fortunate to win as Dan Cummings and Ian Commins both struck goals for the second week running to defeat a spirited Shellaz side still without a point.

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