Under Rated FC vs Deportivo Lack Of Talent


As part of the juggling process to get teams the fixture times they wanted this week, we ended up with a repeat of a fortnight ago’s fixtures, meaning Under Rated had the chance to repeat their earlier victory against a Deportivo team who were still looking for their first point of the campaign.

Quality of finishing was the key factor in the first period, as Under Rated scored 4 without reply to hold a comfortable half time lead. Colin Stelfox got the first on 9 minutes, Steven Batho doubled the lead on 11, and James McIver added two more in the 15th and 19th minutes.

Brad Peet got Deportivo on the board three minutes into the second period, but every time Deportivo threatened to make a game of it Under Rated hit back almost immediately. Stuart Carter scored three for Under Rated inside 8 minutes, each one coming after Deportivo had pulled one back through Rob Parker, and when Stelfox got his second 6 minutes from time to make it 8-3 there was no way back for Deportivo for another week. Peet did get his second three minutes from time, but even then there was still time for Batho and McIver to cap off another impressive win for Under Rated as they already start looking destined for Championship football next season.


Date Time League Season
September 17, 2017 00:00 Sunday League One Autumn 2017


The Mike Doyle Centre
45 Browning Rd, Stockport SK5 6JN, UK


Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Under Rated FC4610Win
Deportivo Lack Of Talent044Loss

Under Rated FC

Colin Stelfox Defender
James McIver Midfielder
Jimmy Nation Defender
Keith Wilde Goalkeeper
Steve Hughes
Steven Batho Midfielder
Stuart Carter Forward

Deportivo Lack Of Talent

Brad Peet Midfielder
Dougie McCallum Midfielder
Rhys Moult Defender
Rob Parker Forward
Alex Findlow Defender
Clean Sheet
Man of Match