Update form the U11 Hurricanes:
First we went to pilgrims and got off to cracking start and never looked back and came away with a deserved win
Tyler was our MOM with his 2 goals and a MOM performance in defence.
Then our next trip was to play Folkstone A and we new it was going to be a hard game with only 8 players, but the boys did themselves proud , Folkestone play in the east Kent league A , we were competitive till the final 20 mins and with a lack of subs and had to concede to our opponents, but still came away with our heads held high , Sean was our MoM with his 3 goals.
Then today we welcomed our friends from TSS and Kennington A to Waterside for a 3 way tournament and again with the lack of numbers for BG we battled all the way to the end , but just was not our day , we either win or learn
MOM today is Daniel for his heroics in goal
Thank you to Dave H for letting us host it today
Castle Sports 4-5 Bromley Green
Preparation for the new season has not gone smoothly – due largely to isolations, holidays and injuries. However, Sunday at Allington provided a useful work-out for the eleven lads put together hastily.
Our goals came from a treble by Ben (his left-footer earning him a fiver lol), the pacy Derren and Charlie Bryant. Castle fought back from 2-5 to force a naibiting finale as we tired in the heat. A sporting, entertaining match enjoyed by all.
Well done to all the players and a special mention for Karena, Michelle, Nicky and Hayley for transporting us.
Training Thursday @6pm.
Wishing a speedy recovery for Harrison who chipped a bone on Saturday evening. Has anyone seen his trainers please? They went missing when he went to hospital.
Thanks to all those who helped make the weekend a success. Great to see so many old friends at the Mark Stanley Memorial game.
Richard Moore has lots to work on as the Sunday Reserves went down 3-0 at home to Park Farm while Ramsgate Orange proved too sharp for our U11 McDonalds.