by Halen McCarthy
One to watch: Louis Djiaz
It was a great performance from the centre-back who played on the left side of the back three.
During the game he was a part of a defence that didn’t give their opponents many opportunities to score, never looking threatened at the back.
Djiaz was always well positioned defensively throughout the game, as the defender appeared constantly prepared for a potential counter attack from Trinity St David.
He performed well in possession, as USW played a well structured passing system which saw him win back the ball on several occasions. Distributing from the back comfortably to start plenty of attacking opportunities, his vision on the ball was clear to see.
Djiaz capped off a tremendous performance with a goal, towering over the defence to win a header with ease, with the flicked effort finding its way in off the post.
Overall, as a team the 3rd’s would be disappointed with conceding in the manner which they did, with the keeper caught off his line, there was not much the defence could’ve done to prevent the ball ending up in the back of the net.