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.
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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.