Mr. Lauder: May 2015
The football team played another close match in the Timperley Shield group stages on Friday. We travelled (big thank you again to parents and supporters for transport help!) to St Annes and played in the pouring rain.
The conditions didn't seem to affect our performance as we quickly developed a 2 goal lead through Arron and Libby. St Anne's fought back into the game and the action went back and forth as did the goals. With 10 minutes remaining in the 2nd half we led 4-2 through 2 further goals from Will and Arron. At this point the game seemed wrapped up however St Annes continued to put pressure on and scored 2 scrappy goals to tie the score at 4-4. As time ticked away, try as we may, we could find no more goals and had to settle for 1 point instead of 3. Another great performance from the team and with a bit more luck on our side on Monday we will get the victory.
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