Panthers U10's 5 v Sporting Khalsa Blue U10's 1

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

Sunday 15th November 2009 A much changed but equally impressive Panthers side took to the field against a Khalsa side that they had beaten both in Round Robin’s & League this season. It was a shock therefore to see Khalsa take a well deserved lead after 4mins. Nevertheless this gave Panthers the required desire to […]

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Panthers U10's 3 v Blakenhall Harriers U10's 2

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

Sunday 8th November 2009 After losing a tightly fought contest with Gt Barr Harriers, Panthers were determined not to lose any further points against Blakenhall Harriers. Panthers flew out of the blocks & took an early lead with Ben Malpass notching his 6th goal of the season. Panthers looked in complete control with MotM Jamie […]

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Panthers U10’s 2 v Gt Barr Harriers U10’s 3

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

Sunday 8th November 2009 Panthers went into this game knowing that 3 points would take them into 5th position in the league. However, it was Harriers who took the lead with a deflected corner at the near post beating George Bailey. This was undeserved for Panthers but not nearly as much as the unfortunate own […]

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Panthers U10's 4 v Shire Oak Bullets U10's 1

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

Sunday 18th October 2009 Having just secured a comfortable victory against Khalsa, Panthers did not disappoint in taking care of a improved Bullets side. Ben Malpass opened the scoring after 5mins which was closely followed by a superbly struck effort from Thomas Williamson 3mins later. Panthers went on to almost put the game out of […]

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