Mr. Lauder: May 2015
A sunny afternoon greeted us for today's football match against Pear Tree and the team responded positively to the change in weather. Both teams fought tooth and nail to get the opening goal in a tight first half and some snap shots on goal from Arron and Will came close but not quite close enough. At the half the the game was tied at 0-0 but our spirits remained high.
In the 2nd half we took the lead through a well timed header from Frankie however Pear Tree equalised and the game was back on. A nice run and finish from Arron put us back in the lead then with 5 min to go Connor was scythed down in the penalty box and scored the resulting penalty kick. After this Pear Tree piled on the pressure and pulled one goal back, this made for a tense and nervy end to the game. Finally the whistle blew and we had the win we craved!
Well done to all players (and thank you to all parents for help with transport again!) for the great effort and commitment shown today!
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