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  February 2017 News
 
Tuesday 21st
 
Racing Club Warwick 1 - 7 Hinckley AFC
Ryan Seal's fifth hatrick of the season, including one scored direct from a corner, helped Atletico to a comfortable win over Warwick, lifting the club into third place in the League.

It was a flying start for AFC taking the lead in the 8th minute, Sean Williams running through the right channel, past his marker, then firing past Cavziel-Cox at his near post. Warwick tightened up the midfield and Hinckley were held at bay for half an hour, before a neat turn and shot by Sam Agar before half time caught out the Racing defence and left their keeper stranded as he gave Hinckley a two goal half time cushion.

Within a couple of minutes of the restart Ryan Seal made it 0-3, with Sean Williams winning the ball on the right then crossing central, where Agar dummied a shot, leaving the ball to run through to Seal, where he guided the ball past Cavziel-Cox from 15 yards out. Warwick responded and began to create chances reducing the deficit just after the hour when Wade Malley did well on the left getting past James Williams and turning inside to slot past Haydn Whitcombe from a tight angle. Any hope of a comeback was squashed on 80 minutes as Seal scored Hinckley's fourth with Javia Roberts assisting with a great run and cross leaving the Hinckley captain with an easy tap in from close range. Warwick then collapsed in the final minutes as Atletico scored another 3 quick goals to give the score line a healthier appearance. First, a regulation set piece header from a corner for Mark Williams, second Ryan Seal using the wind and dropping a corner straight over everyone and into the goal, then finally Agar setting up Roberts perfectly for the diminutive winger the head into goal in the final minute.

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