ame 1 vs Walsall Pheonix Tigers


James Evans today must have woke up and told himself it was going to be a good day with a fab 5 goals in the first half, With some excellent passing from the pumas we broke the opposition down from the start to finish. With the rain hammering down we managed to keep composure and keep playing possession football to a very high standard and coming out the game with massive smiles allround.


Game 2 vs Cresswell Sharks


With the boys knowing we was having a presentation after they managed to keep their heads on their shoulders and continue this excellent form we’re currently having. With James Evans taking us into the break 1 – 0 up we still had a lot of work to do all the way from our super GK Robert. Karam and bray were excellent at the back dominating with joey plimmer having a free role to push up but also be a team player and track back. Charlie Ashley Footes teamed up well in the Second half with William Dorricott to execute another hat trick to his collection but all these goals being scored is down to all 7 pumas not just what seems on paper as goal machines up top.  With a pass completion of more than 6 passes per goal that is an impressive record for 6/7 year olds.


Goal scorers Game 1 – James Evans – 5, Charlie Ashley Footes- 2 , Joey Plimmer ,1


Man of the Match  –               James Evans


Goal Scorers Game 2 – Charlie Ashley Footes – 3, James Evans 1,


Man of the match –               Karam Poonian


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