Thursday, 18 February 2010

Jay has to find yet another nice way of saying NVA got beat...

Results Wed 17 Feb:
Black Sox 0 v 5 ONE10
BarceHullona 2 v 0 NVA
Reservoir Trogs p v p Real Soldierdad
Borussia Teeth 0 v 3 Weighton
Angel 1 v 0 AJ's
Waterside 0 v 2 Deportivo

Fixtures Wed 24 Feb:
Weighton v Real Soldierdad 7pm
AJ's v Borussia Teeth 7pm
Reservoir Trogs v Waterside 7pm
Deportivo v Black Sox 7:30pm
ONE10 v NVA 7:30pm
BarceHullona v Angel 7:30pm

Review:

The Black Sox continued their unfavourable form, shipping another 5 goals to ONE10. However, team skipper Andy 'Golden Gloves' Sanders was fairly boyed by the scorer, stating that "My back is feeling much better this week due to the much reduced need to bend down and pick the ball out of my net!". ONE10 get back track after a disappointing week last Weds, and looked to have regained the confidence that proved so strong in the early weeks of the year.

BarceHullona again picked up a 2-0 victory, with two impressive goals from Chris Newsome. His second was a thing of beauty, picking up the ball 20yds from goal, turning his marker with a cute megs and then stroking a sweet right footer past the keeper and into the bottom corner. NVA have another tough game next week against a revitalised ONE10. It will be interesting to see if their heads are fully on the game, as they have a bottom of the table clash against their old rivals Black sox the week after.

The clash between Trogs v Soldierdad was postponed after the 'dad pulled out on the grounds of having an inter-service 11's game in the afternoon. Trogs manager/captain Kev Neale was a little bitter, claiming the 'dad had lost their bottle and feared playing his side - not that I'm trying to stoke the already burning fire of rivalry!!!

The Angel picked up another good victory with a 1-0 win over AJ's. Once again their tried and tested method of goal scoring proved to be the difference, with Marcel Veli bagging his 4th of the season, and third since Xmas. AJ's had a claim for a penalty, but senior referee Jay Rowley had a good look at the incident, and match referee Matt Heard was bob on with his decision - well done Matt!

The final game of the evening saw Waterside take on Deportivo. The boys from Depo soaked up the early pressure and scored a nice counter attacking goal to go in 1-0 at half time. A few strong words between the Waterside boys only seemed to make matters worse, and this ultimately ended up being the worse performance the team have put in since the joined Soccer Sixes nearly a year ago. Passes went astray, shots flew wide from daft angles and the usually strong team cohesion was nowhere to be seen. To give Depo their credit, they battled hard and used the counter attack to great effect. Thier second goal was all about a quick break, fast passing and cool finishing. Some may say their tactics of 5 behind the ball were negative, but after watching a gazillion matches in this league, I will give them praise for changing their tactics to win the game.

Next week sees Waterside take on the Trogs, and they will need to be back on their game if they are to maintain the challenge for the title, with Weighton now sitting top of the pile.

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