This was far from a dull game which a goaless draw would suggest, Tigers started well and some early pressure was rewarded when Shire Oak conceded a penalty, Unfortunately Tigers failed to take advantage as the Shire Oak keeper made a good save. The game flowed from end to end, Duncan Reilly hit the post for the Tigers, Sam Foreman and Ben Southall also had good goalscoring opportunities but their efforts were thwarted by some good goalkeeping, Shire Oak had their chances too, but Harry Simkin in the Tigers goal made a couple of excellent stops. Both teams getting a share of the points at the end of the match.


 This was a game to forget for the Tigers,  After only one minute Bentley were awarded a penalty, which they duly converted, Bentley continued to dominate and soon went 2 up, Tigers steadied the ship for awhile but Bentley picked up the momentum again in the second half to score 2 more unanswered goals. Duncan Reilly and man of the match William Meredith worked hard for the Tigers throughout the game.

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    It will be your turn this weekend Tigers!

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