Right to Dream and Newcastle took part in an entertaining draw in a rain soaked encounter at Seahaven.
Right to Dream looked to make amends for defeat in their first game and they started brightly. The team from Ghana took the lead within 5 minutes, Nicklas Strunck Jacobsen converted following some good work down the right hand side.
It was soon 2-0, this time Clinton Antwi side footed home. Right to Dream were completely dominant and playing with a sense of urgency which seemed to catch Newcastle by surprise.
However, Newcastle removed their deficit within the first half; the Ghanaians were their own worst enemies. First Newcastle’s Owen Gallacher slotted past the goalkeeper following Magnus Worts’ miscontrol. The English side then drew level, again capitalising on a Right to Dream mistake; this time Christian Addai spilt the ball allowing Gallacher to fire his second into an empty net.
The second half was a cagey encounter with few chances. Eventually Right to Dream retook the lead. Jonathan Amon, who was bright throughout, drove the ball past Newcastle’s goalkeeper. But Newcastle fought back again, this time Lewis McNall headed home following some indecision from Right to Dream’s goalkeeper Addai. And so it remained, with neither team managing to find a winner.