Bad setbacks for seniors and U15s
Some Saturdays are great… some are well, not so good!
Seniors lose at home 4-2 with goals from Tom Armstrong and Tom Moon
U15s great game at Rye Bay but we come off second best of a 5-4 scoreline despite goals from Kai (2), Charlie and Jordan
Report from Mark Fuller at Rye Bay
Today we travelled to rye bay which was a first v’s second game, which didn’t dissapoint. The game started off with neither side controlling the game, eventually rye scored from a mistake by are defence. But we gathered ourselves and took control of the game, Kai got us back in the game with a great strike, followed by another fantastic battling goal by Kai and we began to dominate creating a few chances. So 2-1 at half time to us. The second half we just didn’t turn up for the first half hour conceding silly goals going 5-2 down, but we dug deep and battled back firstly through a scrappy corner which Charlie got on the end of, followed by a screamer free kick from Jordan. We were knocking on the door for the last 5 minutes but to no avail.we Just run out of time. Unlucky boys stop the mistakes and I can’t see a better team than us. Mark Fuller. Man of the match: Kai.
Under 7s report from Mark Smith
Today we were visited by a strong new Romney side! We matched Romney in the first half with a great performance from Harvey in goal (earning him him player of the match). 2nd half was a different story due to the amount of players that turn up it’s important that all players get a chance in the team ! I know it can be frustrating for spectators but squad rotation is key in youth football . Both sets of players , coaches and spectators were truly an asset to the game and again a great ref performance from Toby. Well done to all involved.