Evening all,
Today the girls Panthers U10’s were at St George’s Park attending the FA Girls Football Festival and how they did us proud!
During the morning FA coaches delivered fun skills and drills, there was also an inflatable pitch, speed cage and target practice, what more could you ask for? We are very proud to say Freya, our talented no.7 won a prize for the most accurate shooting of the day and Phoebe came close to winning a prize for most powerful shot of the day with a shot of 40MPH! The morning would conclude with four 5-a-side matches.
The first of our games began with a closely contested game against Hednesford. Solid defending from Phoebe, dangerous runs from Lucy and Freya followed by a clinical finish from Ronnie-Mae was enough to secure us a 1 – 0 victory.
Our second game was an all round brilliant team performance against Burton Albion. From the safe hands of Chloe in goal, to a solid defensive display from Anna, the smooth passing and pacey runs of the midfield saw the Panthers control the game. Freya’s finishing again was top draw. Lucy’s dazzling run and pinpoint cross was finished off at close range by Phoebe. Final score: 3 – 0.
Next up was tough test against a brilliant and well organised Burntwood A team. There wasn’t much to choose between the two teams. A long range wonder goal from Katie-Mae was enough to see us win 1-0.
Finally The Panthers played the Burntwood B team. Ronnie-Mae was a constant thorn in Burntwoods side, her hard work was rewarded when she scored a great goal and teams opener. Clinical finishing from Freya completed the scoring.
I think you would all agree the girls have done us all proud! Roll on the start of the season, The Panthers U10 Girls are definitely a team to watch!


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    Great match report Dan, if you keep this up you’ll be writing for the express and star Wolverhampton edition….

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