Week 9 for the under 7 pumas was a very rewarding weekend for all, With our boys showing great respect in the minute silence while also wearing their Poppies.

After the minute silence we kicked off against Walsall Phoenix Tigers who showed that they are a very talented bunch of players. With our pumas working great as a team we could not break down there solid line of defence with tackle after tackle flying in, when we did manage to break down the defence we had another problem to face with their goalkeeper who made some tremendous saves which in our eyes was Man of the Match from both teams. While we could break the net in the first half our lads were outstanding and all worked up and down the pitch like troopers.

James Evans      – 1

Man of the Match – Joey Plimmer


Our second game of the day against Creswell Wonderers Sharks was a bit of a change to the first game but with still a great standard of players on both teams, While keeping the spirit of the occasion we pushed well and broke down the defence to score some tremendous goals but taking away the goal scorers I was more impressed with how we passed the ball around, Made space for each other and also tackled well and shared the responsibilities. With Charlie Ashley Footes causing chaos with his strike partner James Evans you can’t forget the strong back line of defence of Karam Poonian, Bray Makin and Joesph Plimmer who were solid as a rock in front of our stopper Robert who commanded his area well with some 1 on 1 tackles. And let’s not forget our little wizard of William Dorricott who’s not Always on the score sheet but can guarantee he has a lot of assists with his vision of passing. And let’s give our penalty Taker Bray Makin another mention who nearly broke the net with his Rocket Penalty.



Goal scorers – Charlie Ashley Footes – 6               James Evans – 4               Bray Makin – 1(penalty)

Man of the Match – Charlie Ashley Footes


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