Super-Cubb scores two as Wisbech reach quarter-finals
CAMBS INVITATION CUP, FIRST ROUND Wisbech Town 3 Cambridge University Press 2 SCOTT CUBBERLEY came off the bench two score two goals and fire The Fenmen into the quarter-final of the Cambs Invitation Cup. Wisbech, starting with several fringe players, wen
CAMBS INVITATION CUP, FIRST ROUND
Wisbech Town 3 Cambridge University Press 2
SCOTT CUBBERLEY came off the bench two score two goals and fire The Fenmen into the quarter-final of the Cambs Invitation Cup.
Wisbech, starting with several fringe players, went 1-0 down on 25 minutes but Stuart Cobb equalised from six yards in the 37th minute.
Strikers Cubberley and Darren Jimson came on 10 minutes into the second half and changed the game.
Cubberley collected Jimson's through-ball to finish from just inside the box in the 61st minute then lobbed the CUP keeper from 20 yards five minutes later to put Wisbech 3-1 in front.
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The visitors, who are unbeaten in the Kershaw Premier Division this season, scored an injury-time consolation goal.
Centre-back Max Mattless, who has just turned 16 and is the son of Wisbech legend Mel Mattless, made his Wisbech debut as a second-half substitute.
He is the youngest player to appear for Wisbech first team in recent times.
The quarter-final draw has not yet been made.