With the wind in their faces’ and kinking up hill on a sloping pitch the Lions had to deal with some early pressure. However, the Lions started to find their momentum and exerted some early pressure. Ella Spears finally made the break through following the opposition’s goal kick. The ball dropped straight to Ella who dispatched a great shot, but the ‘keeper struggled to deal with the effort, and to the Lion’s delight saw the ball emerge in the net of the goal. Again Owen Lloyd made two excellent tackles to stem the forward play of the opposition. However, the Lions’ made further headway with another goal. The Lions attack pressurising the opposition defence worked in their favour as a defender, trying to clear his lines, put through his own goal. Lions ‘keeper Aaron Clee was relieved to be called into action to smother a ball over the top. Owen went up with the attacker and ball broke free. Aaron had mostly played spectator role in both games. Then some great team work, with some excellent passing lead to another goal. This time Ryan Wood latched onto a through ball and smashed the ball into the corner of the net. Joshua Guest then made some vital challenges to contribute to the team’s fourth clean sheet in a row. Connor Byrne and George Bicknell made some excellent challenges and contributed to some good neat ball work. Then the icing on the cake came right at the end when Ella Spears capped a great performance to score the final goal of the game. Ella now heads the Lion’s scoring chart with 10 goals. George Bicknell was voted Man of the match – A big well done to George! Well done everyone on another great performance!!

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