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Newhall U10 Rams (11) v TS Sports Panthers (0)
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Date filed: 18 Oct 2015
Played: 17th October 2015
The best way of describing this performance is 'WOW'.
Everything went well in a fantastic team performance from front to back.
Team was GK - Callum, DEF - Daniel, DEF - Lewis, LM - Jenson, CM - Noah, RM - Heny , Str - Cory Sub - Freya with Logan and Lucious not available this week.
Every single player can be so proud of the perfomance they put into this game. A game which all players pressed the TS players given them very little time on the ball. As soon as we got the ball we played with confidence in dribbling and passing and we witnessed a number of fantatic team goals.
Goals scorers this week were Noah who scored 5 goals and was unlucky not to add to this. CJ put in a great performance and was finally rewarded with some goals and he also grabbed his first hat trick and shows that his work in training is showing in a game. Jenson added another two goals and Daniel also getting his name on the scoresheet after moving further forward into Midfield later in the game.
Freya performed brilliantly up front when she got onto the pitch and had a hand in a number of goals scored this week.
Henry performed with great confidence in midfield and also was solid in defence when we changed the players around a little.
Daniel and Lewis were solid in defence and stopped the TS attacks in the first half when the game was very even.
Callum did everything he needed to do and was always talking and encouraging his team mates throughout.
Noah gave a very impressive CJ Man of the Match this week.
A result which has been coming and the team continues to improve each week.
Well done again and keep it going.
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