Brackley Town U14s hit the road again, this time to face Northamptonshire counterparts, Wellingborough Whitworth.

Both teams battled it out early on in the midfield areas on what was a rather compact pitch, but it was the hosts that made the break through after 8 minutes. Brackley failed to close down the midfielder who had time and space to shoot from 25 yards and perfectly looped the ball over the keeper.

Wellingborough Whitworth doubled their lead after 18 minutes - this time the tricky right winger took on on a couple of players down the touchline before cutting back and then placing a shot into the net at the near post.

Brackley had a few half chances to grab a goal before the break but just lacked a clear opportunity.

After the half time break, the previously mentioned 'tricky right winger's was at it again for the hosts - on this occasion he evaded two challenges before drawing a foul in the box. The resulting penalty was scuffed wide of Harry's right hand post.

Brad Cheshire then had the best chance of the game for Bradley - spotting the goalkeeper off his line and set his sights for goal with a first time shot. The resulting save was phenomenal, some may say David De Gea-esque!

A final score of 2-0 to Wellingborough Whitworth but once again, Brackley Town can be pleased with their performance. A home fixture against Lye Town awaits them after the half term break.