WELWYN GC under 25's made one change from their midweek win against St Margaretsbury, with 16-year- old Will McClelland replacing Mitchell Popham, in their line-up. WGC started the brighter of the two teams, with some fine forward work from Brad Dimmock being particularly impressive.
A hotly contested game saw the visitors go 1-0 up with a highly controversial goal, after a clear handball in the build up, unseen by the referee. WGC protests went unheeded.
Shortly afterwards, with some fine work down the left by Seb Melendez and a majestic ball into the box from Ross Evans, Owain Page finished with a great touch for his second goal of the season, to make it 1-1.
Soon afterwards, new skipper Sav Caliskan produced some clever footwork to make it 2-1, with his third goal in as many games.
The WGC Development side went on to keep the score to 2-1 to take all three points, despite having to bring off several players in the latter stages, suffering from injury.
Said manager Russ Giblin "It was a excellent squad performance today. We have an winning attitude here and a lot of strength in depth and this will really help us in the coming weeks as we have eight games in the month of March.''