Playing against the Brownhills Colts the under 10 pumas with an average age of 8 found themselves facing a very tough game against a much older experienced Brownhills side. It was touch and go to if the game would go ahead, with zero degree temperatures and a tough playing service, the ref deemed the game playable, and wow did the girls respond in style. The 1st 10 minutes were pretty even, with the puma’s matching the older girls in skill, determination and effort, only to go 2 goals behind just before halftime. The half time team talk reminded the girls of recent results and ability and to make sure we extended the unbeaten run from 2 to 3 games. The girls responded, solid at the back, gritty in midfield and pure brilliance from Sophie Willis up front who scored 2 exceptional goals from midfield splitting the Brownhills defence on both occasions. The Pumas could have gone on to win the game, going very close twice to nick the victory. Never the less this was huge strides forward for a pumas team who lost to the same Browhills girls 7-1 on the 1st game of the season. Well done to everyone involved with the club in bringing a truly remarkable improvement in these girls, now 3 games unbeaten. Player of the Match – Sophie Willis a little superstar today

James Babb

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