Tigers v Tipton Town

The opening exchanges in this game were fast and furious with chances at both ends with Joe Timmins once again dominating his area and looking confident. Early chances for Joe R and Armaan Sohi saw the Tigers go close. Brad was having a very good game at the back and the Tigers pushed on, three quick corners preceeded the Tigers opening goal which came from Joe R who fired home from inside the box. Once again the lads football improved as their confidence grew with Cole Askey and Scott G-Hayes passing the ball well.The second goal came from Tom Sutton after a good passage of play from the Tigers. The Tigers closed the first half on the front foot . After some changes at half time the boys picked where they left off, with Aran Poonian finishing very well to add to the scoreline. The final goal of the game came from Tom Sutton after some great work from Kian Cox.The closing minutes saw Lewis Hall make a goal saving intervention. All in all another fine display from the Tigers, well done guys.

Tigers v Cresswell Colts

The Tigers started the game very well with a hatful chance going begging early on with Tom Sutton looking dangerous every time he had the ball, his efforts were rewarded with his third goal of the day. The Tigers instantly doubled their advantage with Aran Poonian smashing the ball in off the post after a fine pass from Cole Askey. The second half saw the Tigers retain their grip on the game without adding to the scoreline, although the lads could and should have. However this did not detract from another good display from every player in the squad.

High fives all round to Joe T, Scott G-Hayes, Lewis Hall, Bradley Nutting, Kian Cox, Joe Rodda, Tom Sutton, Cole Askey, Aran Poonian and Armaan Sohi.

It was impossible to pick one player for man of the match today so Brad, Tom and Aran will share the Award this week, they were all consistantly good through both games.
Great stuff lads.

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