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Friday, 25 April 2014

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Cleator Moor Celtic hammer Penrith

Penrith AFC's second pre-season outing turned out to be a night to forget as they were beaten 6-2 by Cleator Moor Celtic.

One positive for Penrith and manager John Clasper was the performance of Grant Davidson, the attacker scored both of Penrith's goals.

Clasper said of Davidson's performance: "Grant took both goals well and for that you couldn't really fault his performance."

The Northern League Division One side now has one more game before there season starts.

However, Clasper and his side will look to work on the defensive department before then. Clasper said: "Some of the goals conceded were sloppy. The result was a real blow however I believe we can learn from this.'

The Celtic were in control for most of the game and Clasper would be the first to admit his side were second-best: "Our opponents looked a really good side and the best team won on the night."


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