Another great team performance for both games for the u7’s Panthers. Our first game was against Bloxwich Rangers, both teams started extremely well, with Bloxwich Rangers breaking the dead lock with a long goal kick straight to there forward player to finish. Panthers heads never dropped and continued to press Bloxwich Rangers with some great link up play between Joshua Lester ,Wilson Cooper, Ryan Jones and Liam Banks. captain Joshua Lester was outstanding with two quality diagonal passes to Liam Banks to finish one on one with the keeper,showed great composure to finish. Fraser Simms and keeper Lukas Purcell were solid at the back to keep the score 2-1 to the panthers!
m.o.m captain’s outstanding performance Joshua Lester

Panthers second game against Shire Oak Vipers was controversial to say the least! the Panthers boys were superb playing some great attacking play. Wilson Cooper hitting the wood work with a long range effort in the first half. Shire Oak had a bit of luck with there forward player pounced on our keeper Lukas Purcell on a goal kick to score, stunned to see the ref letting this goal stand as the opposite team should retreat to the centre half line. Panthers continued to press with some great play from Vinnie Jones and Wilson Cooper. Ryan Jones produced a great performance in this game and was unfortunate not to score hitting the up right twice. Shire Oaks keeper also produced a wonderful save to stop Liam Banks goal bound effort. Panthers were solid in this game and didn’t deserve to lose this one, great to watch. 1-0 to Shire Oak Vipiers
M.O.M Ryan Jones outstanding commitment/effort
big thank you to all the boys for there commitment this weekend on bag packing Saturday and matches Sunday.
well done boys!!!

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