Mazarron recovered from a poor first half performance to take all three points away to a struggling Lumbreras team.

Lumbreras had the better of the first half with Juan Pedro in the Mazarron goal called into action on a number of occasions, particularly in the 16th and 18th minutes when he made two fine saves.

Mazarron looked stong at the back as usual but it wasn’t until the 40th minute that they really threatened the Lumbreras goal when the on rushing Jimmy was denied by the home keeper. As the first half came to an end Mazarrón must have been happy to go in to the interval on level terms.

The second half was a different story and it took Mazaron only two minutes to take the lead. Raso intercepted a Lumbreras attack and played an excellent ball out of defence to Raul. The tall striker was surrounded by three defenders but still managed to lay the ball off to Jimmy who gave the Lumbreras keeper no chance.

It was 2-0 on 57 minutes when Raso again played a perfect ball out of defence to the left wing where Chino cut inside before slotting the ball home. The goal rush continued four minutes later with  a move started by Mazarron keeper Juan Pedro. His clearance was headed on by Boudia into the path of Jimmy who made no mistake with his second goal of the game.

Lumbreras were forced to attack desperately and after forcing three corners they pulled a goal back when the ball fell to Moises who crashed the ball past Juan Pedro from close range after 69 minutes.

At the other end Chino’s fierce drive was deflected into the side netting but Mazaron were not to be denied for long and scored again after 75 minutes. Boudia was fouled and the perfectly flighted free kick was turned in from close range by Raso.

Mazarron played out the final stages with some ease and, after a poor first half showing, ran out comfortable winners in a game which was well controlled by the match officials.

Team:  Juan Pedro; Raul Torrano; Chino; Marcos; Juan Andreo; Raso; Boudia; Raul (Cesar); Jimmy (Steven); Andreo; Mariano (Ruben).

Man of the Match:  Jimmy