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This game provided a better test than the first, but the Lions were always in control. Charlie Smith carried on where he left from the first game by having a shot well saved. Charlie was then quickly reminded by the manager that he was in defence! Within a few minutes the Lions scored. A move through the centre of the pitch saw the ball drop to Ryan Wood who made a smart pass to Ella Spiers who in-turn ran into the penalty area and slotted past the ‘keeper. Another good move for the Lions saw Joshua Guest feed Ryan Wood who again showed good vision to spot the run of Ella Spiers, who in her current form couldn’t miss and didn’t. Ryan Wood then became receiver as he collected a pass from George Bicknell to score just before half time. The second half again started well but it took a great tackle by Connor Byrne to stop a break away. Owen Lloyd also showed some excellent defending throughout. The Lions continued to attack and from a well worked corner saw a poor clearance lead to a goal mouth scramble but the ball somehow stayed out. The opposition pushed up to try and get back in the game and Aaron Clee was called into action to tidy up his lines and he did without any problems. However, this left gaps at the back and the Lions took advantage. The ball fell to the feet of Ryan Wood on the half way line who raced away unchallenged to smash the ball past the helpless ‘keeper for his 7th goal of the season. The final whistle bought a huge cheer. Another great performance by all – Well Done! The days Man Of The Match award was a joint affair between Ryan Wood and Owen Lloyd. Well Done to both.

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