Updates: thanks to all those who are supporting our clubhouse bar this afternoon … still buzzing at 4pm!
Under 14s match report from Nicole Pepper
Match report: Slow start to the game today, however it was quite an even match throughout. Both teams creating chances but unlucky to not finish them off. We were unfortunate to go 1-0 bang on half time, lack of concentration left 2 players spare at the back post for an easy tap in.
Second half we started a fresh and were playing like we knew we can, so it wasn’t going to be long before we got a goal back. With some great attacking play the ball fell to the edge of the box where Jake was there to smash the ball into the top corner. We then started to get on top and create more chances in quick succession. Two very similar goals to get us the win, one from Elliott and the other from Freddie. Both were struck straight over the goalkeepers head who was frequently off his line. A great game to watch from both teams and some very good. performances from us individually and as a team.
Training Monday and Thursday starting @6pm
Sunday reserves off the mark
Sid Hone nets for the Sunday Reserves in a 1-1 draw at Charing while an own goal is all we have to show in a 5-1 defeat at Weavering AFC in the Kent Sunday Cup. Reduced to ten men, Gary Gibbs is not a happy man to put it mildly! For the reserves, well done all the youngsters and quip of the day has to go to James Maguire “We drew 1-0”.
BGV sponsorhip of £150
Hi Dave I like to say a big thank you to Natalie and Ben the new managers of the Phoenix they donated 150 quid to the Bromley Green valiants – Pat Penfold
Good luck today to the firsts at Weavering AFC in the Kent Sunday Cup and the reserves who make the short trip up the A20 to face Charing.
More from yesterday …
Under 9s DVS (please scroll down for manager’s match summary)
Couldn’t ask more from the boys played really well but ref didn’t help under pressure from home fans but won’t go there all played out of their skin to what they could well done every 1 on to next week player of the match picked by josh Tyler dad Callum. Martyn Smith
Under 8 Colts
The Under 8 Colts played Kennington today and played some outstanding football. They should be very proud of themselves and looking forward to next week’s tournament. The player of the match goes to captain Tyler for doing such a good job in midfield – keep up the good work. P Penfold