: November 2016
On Friday our Football team travelled to Nantwich Town and entertained Wistaston Church Lane in the quarter final. We started off with a good tempo and pressed them deep into their half with some excellent passing and attacking movement. We played really well and within 20 minutes we were 2-0 up with goals from Ollie and Ben H. Moving into the 2nd half they came very strong and Raf, Ethan and Charlie had to be very strong in defence to keep them at bay with 2 goal-line clearances from Ollie too! However, our high tempo game took its effects and we found the going difficult and we conceded two goals in 5 minutes. Rejuvenated, we threw everything we had at them but couldn't break them down and the game moved into extra time. Unfortunately, we didn't take our chances and soon found ourselves 3-2 down needing to score to take the game to penalties. Throwing caution to the wind we gave our defenders a much needed a rest and moved into all-out attack mode. It wasn't to be and we walked away with our heads held high knowing we gave it our all. Well done to Wistatston Church Lane and a massive thank you to everyone who took part in the football matches this year both boys and girls.
Thank you to all the parents who came to support us!
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