U’11’s Panthers Slip to 2nd but remain unbeaten

by on Sep.20, 2010, under Match Reports, Sunday Team 16/17

Panthers followed up last week’s demolition of Beacon Stars with a stuttering win against a tough Huntington Harriers. Panthers looked like they were going to dominate this game early on as some neat skill from Sam Steptoe down the right saw him beat his man for pace before delivering an inch perfect cross for Thomas […]

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Panthers U’11’s make dream start!!!

by on Sep.13, 2010, under Match Reports, Sunday Team 16/17

Panthers started the first season at 11 a side with an emphatic 15-0 victory over Beacon Stars. Panthers looked hungry for victory as they raced into a three goal lead within the first ten minutes. Panthers played some of their best football down the flanks with wing backs Elliot Kelsey and Sam Hadwen linking well […]

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10's Panthers Big Xmas Bash

by on Dec.19, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

10’s Panthers hosted their first annual Xmas bash last night (18.12.09) at Harrison’s WMC. A great evening, enjoyed by all as you can see from the photo above. I would like to pass on my sincere thanks to all of the players, friends & families who came along to support our event. We managed to […]

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Panthers U10's 4 v Shire Oak Bullets U10's 0

by on Nov.15, 2009, under Match Reports, Sunday Team 16/17

Sunday 15th November 2009 Following on from an outstanding 5-1 victory against Khalsa, Panthers were keen to put on a show for their ever present supporters. Panthers did not disappoint & soon took the lead through a well worked goal which was executed to perfection by Ben Malpass. Panthers were dominant & could have scored more, […]

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