What a performance today by all the Warriors in there two games against Old
Wulfrunians Cubs and Lane Head.

Our first game was fantastic, it was like watching Brazil………..but only better. The passing is improving week by week and it was great to see the lads looking up for their team mates, who are starting to make runs into space.

I’m one proud dad and coach this week and I have to start by mentioning my sons outstanding performance in game 1. Following a strong run into the oppositions box, Jack ‘the hammer’ Richardson pinged a great right foot strike into the bottom corner which was shortly followed up by a sweet left foot strike from outside the box.

There’s a big shout out to Jake Scott who put in a great shift in the centre of the park, full of running and was rewarded with a well deserved goal.

I can always bank on Cole Salmon scoring a few and regular as clockwork he got himself a brace, with some clinical finishing, and a great finish for his third goal of the day in our second game.

Alfie Jones was as solid as a rock and in both games put in some solid tackles, reliable as always.

Harry Barrett showed great energy with some mazy runs in and around the box and was unlucky not to grab a couple of goals only for some last ditch defending.

Isaac Lewis, a pleasure to watch, regularly taking on three players easy, with the skill and vision then to put in a defence splitting pass or get a shot off on goal.

It was good to see Carter Bentley, not only making great tackles but now also looking up to find a Warrior team mate with a quality pass.

Hayden Smith had a super stint in goal for Match 1 and was full of running and energy in Match 2, making some great decisions with his passing and movement.

Then last but not least Lewis Gandy, who took the game to Lane Head with some piercing runs, and was chopped down in the box resulting in a penalty. He stood up, dusted himself off, them calmly slotted it away in the bottom right hand corner.

Fantastic performances get football a pleasure to watch.

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