Tigers continued with their recent improved form with a well earned draw against high flying Bentley. Bentley played to their strengths and put Tigers under some early pressure and were rewarded to go 1-0 up. Tigers bounced back quickly and a Ben Southall cross was deflected into the Bentley net to draw the Tigers level. Bentley pushed forward, Tigers defence held firm some good defensive work from Tom Peacock and Tom Rowlands keeping Bentley at bay, Tigers always looked a threat on the break, Duncan Reilly Pumas man of the match working hard up front, the game ended with both teams sharing a point. Elliot Crook also deserves  a mention for his assured goalkeeping.


  Tigers posted their best win of the season against a battling Shire Oak team, Tigers played some good passing football, Duncan Reilly opened Tigers account with a smart right foot shot, man of the match Ben Southall then scored a fine individual goal for Tigers second, before crashing home a Sam Foreman pass to go 3 up. Two more Southall strikes ended the half with Tigers five goals to the good. The second half saw Shire Oak muster up some pride and they worked hard to create a couple of chances on the Tigers goal, but Tigers finished the half strongly and Southall converted a Foreman corner before Duncan Reilly capped a fine performance with his second strike, low into the corner of the goal to complete the win.

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