Sunday 11th October 2009

Having lost their first game of the season against Creswell,  Panthers were determined not to slip up against top of the league Tigers. The first half was a closely fought contest which looked to be heading for a goal less conclusion before the Tigers snatched a opportunist strike to beat George Bailey from the edge of the box.

Panthers saw out the remainder of the first half without really creating a chance themselves.  The second half saw a much more determined Panthers side, really attacking the Tigers defence & putting them under considerable pressure. It was only a matter of time before Panthers made the pressure pay with Sam Steptoe winning a strong tackle to set Thomas Williamson up with a easy opportunity to smash home for the equaliser. Panthers could have gone on to win the game with a close range effort from MotM Jack Miller-Flynn going close & if not for some great defending from Tigers.

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