Well after a week off due to poor weather we started off the month with our first 2games of the season on muddy grass, yes you heard right “GRASS AND MUD” With our fist weeks on grass what did we all expect? Good passing, fast pace on the ball, lunging tackles. No one knew but how surprised was all the parents and managers at how well they adapted straight away. Ok some things was not up to speed but god did the pumas get stuck in and work as a team! With playing a derby match against the mighty wyrley lions we knew it would be bragging rights for school tomorrow so we knuckled down and passed the ball around, made some great runs and eventually scoring some quality goals. At the end of the seconf half the lions broke and with a 50/50 challenge awarded them with a penalty which can only be described as net breaking. Great Performance against a game improving side. Well-done Both teams

Goal Scorers.      Charlie Ashley Footes

Man of the Match – Bray Makin

Our Second game of the day was against Brownhills Comm White which we have played against earlier on in the season. I could not ask for anything more from the pumas, in fact it could be in the top five displays off the season. Great passing between the 3 forwards, great defending from the 3 tackling warriors and all in all a great performance. William will be going to sleep tonight re living the wonder strike into the bottom corner. 2 great performances from the pumas and nothing more can be said but tremendous and lets make this run continue.

Goal scorers – James Evans – 3                  William Dorricott – 1      Bray Makin – 1

Man of the Match – William Dorricott

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