A steady start by the Lions in horrendous weather conditions saw Ryan Wood and Ella Spiers have chances to score but were evaded by the ‘keeper and defence respectively. The blustery conditions made life difficult for both teams but the Lions made headway with another good finish from Ryan Wood. A low, hard shot from just inside the penalty area, giving the ‘keeper little chance. Owen Lloyd carried on from last week with some excellent timely tackling at the back. The game continued to be a battle due to the elements but Lions came close to extending their lead both through Ella Spiers and Ryan Wood. George Bicknell bought the ball out of his own penalty area, ran half the length of the pitch and played in Charlie Smith who found Ritchie Sutton with a neat pass but was unlucky not finish a great move with a goal. Owen Lloyd came forward a flashed another chance just over the bar as the Lions continued to push forward. Aaron Clee was called into action to tidy up a rare ball in the Lions’ penalty area and then to dive on a skuffed shot. George Bicknell showed some excellent intelligent passing, looking very comfortable on the ball and always picking the right pass. Connor Byrne always determined when in possession and showed great tenacity when tackling back. Charlie Smith showed some good running and Joshua Guest looking dangerous with ball. Overall the Lions dominated the game and missed a number of chances late on. It came back to haunt them as the opposition curled in a stunning equaliser from a short corner which Aaron Clee got a hand to but couldn’t keep out. Another good performance. Well done to everyone!

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