This was the first time that the Panthers and the Pumas A had made the  final together, Both teams worked their socks off to reach the final. Credit to Panthers who won the tournament with an excellent strike from Alicia, a goal to grace any final.  Well done Rollo, Lucy, Jaffa, Abi and also many thanks to Charlie and Billie who helped us out on the day, performed brilliantly and fitted in with the team so well.

Well done Pumas B also for their determination and willingness to compete, a deserved quarter final spot, losing out to a strong Kidderminster team by only 2 goals,  Karis Foreman playing for the first time in goal deputised well,  i heard also making more than a couple of good stops. Well played Ilora, Lauren, Ellie, Abby and Danni-Jay and a special mention to their manager on the day Kate who i hear after this performance wants to take her level one coaching badge.

Thanks to all for attending on Sunday.

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