Plaisance edge Church Yard United 2-1 in thrilling final

On a night marred by dubious officiating, patrons on Saturday night, witnessed a Warren Gilkes master class as Plaisance became the inaugural Guinness Greatest of the Streets, East Coast champions when they defeated Church Yard United by two goals to one in a thrilling finale.

Played at the Haslington Market Square and witnessed by the largest and boisterous multitude to date, the grand finale began with Plaisance off to the races as they controlled the early possession through their lateral passing scope.

A brilliantly worked move from Gilkes playing a more central role,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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