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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 reach shortly before half time when Ben Malpass struck his second goal of the game & his 5th for the season.

The second half saw Bullets improve their game as they pegged a goal back shortly after half time. This did not deter Panthers as the introductions of Elliot Kelsey & Tommy Bannister down the left & right meant Panthers kept the pressure on. It was Elliot Kelsey who was to secure all 3 points for Panthers as he smashed home a close range effort after dribbling his way past three Bullets defenders.

Panthers went on to comfortably win the game 4-1 with Elliot Kelsey & Tommy Bannister sharing a well deserved MotM awards.

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