Crusaders blown off course by late goals

Keighley Shamrocks Crusaders u10 0 Guiseley Blues 3
Wet and windy conditions saw a Crusaders side looking to improve their home form against high-flying Guiseley.
Despite the awful weather, it was a good start to the game with both sides cancelling each other out early on.
After 10 minutes good link-up play between Joseph Ayers and man of the match Sam Loftus set up Plumb in space but his shot was saved by the keeper. 
Crusaders kept pushing forward in search of a goal but were almost punished by the away side on the counter attack but safe hands from Keslinke and good defensive work by Amaan Hussain saw an entertaining first half end 0-0.
Loftus, in his first appearance of the season, was seeing plenty of the ball and again found Ayers bursting through the midfield with ease but could not find a way past the Guiseley back line.
It was end to end stuff late in the game but Crusaders were finally punished on the counter going 1-0 down to a good strike.
The away side then added two further goals in what was a much closer contest than the scoreline suggested.

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