Lanzarote´s next home game has been confirmed for SUNDAY 24th March at 12 noon versus UD Las Palmas C (Gran Canaria 7th)

Each Friday at Puerto del Carmen Market (10am-2pm) and Sundays at Teguise Market (10am-2pm) all info and merchandise can be obtained from Ian at the Clubs Stall

San Andres 1

UD Lanzarote 0

San Andres: Joymar(94)

20th February 2012

A 94th minute winner for the home side brings misery to Lanzarote after having dominated the match; but after only scoring seven goals in their 14 away matches this season they really only have themselves to blame.

On a more positive note, very few clubs chasing a playoff spot won so Lanzarote still remain in seventh spot but have slipped a further point which means they now trail the all important fourth place by six points with 11 games to play.

Lanzarote dominated the state of play early on and efforts from Echedey and Rosmen came close as did a header from Vladi. The home side tried to catch Lanzarote on the break but their main threat came from set pieces. Two free kicks by striker Tani produced good saves by the Lanzarote keeper but the half ended with Rojillos defender Adrían Martín narrowly heading wide.

The second half began as the first had ended with Lanzarote in control but the Rojillos without any financial clout failed to bring in fresh recruits in the transfer window and still have no answer in how to reward their dominance with goals.

Gustavo García forced the La Palma goalkeeper into a good save from a free kick and strikers Alex Yunes and Rosmen looked threatening but still failed to produce results.

Deep into stoppage time and with the writing on the wall striker Joymar earned a direct free kick on the edge of the Lanzarote box. The striker picked himself up and blasted his side into an unlikely 1-0 win.

Next Sunday it goes without saying that a win is vital. The only problem is that the Rojillos face third placed side C.D. Marino. They are in good form having won seven of their last 10 matches. Kick off time will be confirmed later in the week.