U10 Red win at Thrybergh & Dalton after 4 week break.

Posted by admin on December 3, 2013

An 11am kick off saw the Spartans away from home take on Thrybergh & Dalton. The game started pretty evenly with the Spartans looking really rusty after four weeks without a game.
A few corners for the Spartans and a few shots from either team coming to nothing. A high ball in the air sees Jacob challenging the keeper for it, the resulting bounce sees the ball go into the Thrybergh goal, the luck for once on the Spartans side, 0-1 to the Spartans.
Thrybergh start to apply some pressure on a woeful Spartans defence resulting in three corners in a row, fortunately though Thrybergh are unable to make the pressure count and the score remains 0-1 to the Spartans.

An early afternoon kick-off welcomed Maltby Miners Welfare to the Caribean Club for the last game of the first half of the season. The game was delayed 15mins as some of the visitors got lost.

From the very first exchanges of the game it was clear that this was going to be a hard game for Maltby. The Spartans were ready to play a good game and Maltby were not the most organised team we have played. 

U9's finish 1st half of the season at Stocksbridge

Posted by admin on November 22, 2013

What an end to the first half of our first season as Spartans. Although we end on loss - it feels more like a win!!! 

We’ve played Stocksbridge a couple of times before this season, a friendly in the summer which we lost 15 something and then in the league...  Another 15 something defeat, We know Stocksbridge with there history as a semi pro club shouldn’t really be in our league! they really are a well organised quality team that haven’t lost a game all season. 

But after today’s game I felt we were unlucky not to at least get a draw, both teams were fantastic! I think Stocksbridge have never had a closer game, Taking in to account we played the day before away to Rotherham Rangers we were completely up for this game...Pride was at stake!!! 

We turned up with a game plan to at the very least keep the goals conceded down to single figures, which we did! What I didn’t expect was us to be unlucky not to get a win, each and every member of the team were brilliant. 

Both myself Ash and Martyn feel that this was our best ever performance as a team. We decided to put team 2 out first, All of us were well impressed with how each player performed and what surprised me most was how each and every player listened and did exactly as we asked, they marked up, got back to defend, pushed forward and really applied lots of pressure, myself Ash and Martyn could see the oppositions management were rattled, I’m positive they won’t have been involved in such a scrap this season, even the Stocksbidge Management were over heard to have said we were the team most up for it, and they were lucky to get away with the final result.

Josh Woodhouse was brilliant, this I feel was his best performance in goal, he made some brilliant stops and is getting better week after week, his kicks were fantastic. 

Alex Holland also saved his best performance till last in goal for team 2, again some brilliant stops and kicks, both keepers were fearless! 

Defenders for both teams were Luke and Jake Gecci, Lewis Jones, Henry Walker and Ellis Smith, they were all solid and made some excellent interceptions, special mention to Lewis and Henry who really got stuck in and made some excellent stops. Matthew Allen and William Squires sat just in front of the back two, they defended excellently and made some really good tackles, William capped off a great performance with a screamer to add to his tally for the season. 

In midfield we had Matt Morris, Billy and Jake Taylor, along with Captain of team 2 Kian Greaves they All got stuck in and made excellent runs and passes, their man marking was excellent which went someway to preventing Stocksbridge from getting any real foothold in the game. 

Jake Taylor was on target again and added another 2 goals to his tally of 5 goals in 2 games.Finally Flynn Kelly and Sam Price were outstanding in there role as out and out strikers, Flynn captained team 1 although he didn’t get on the score sheet this time he had a brilliant game, he managed to make some excellent runs and brilliant passes, and was vocal organising his team. 

Sam, like Flynn was great he made some lightning runs and made some excellent goals, unfortunately he didn’t get on the score sheet but proved you don’t need to score to have an excellent game!

I can’t put into words how well all the boys performed, they definitely saved there best till last, it’s a shame we have this break now until January, but we will make sure we get plenty of friendlies in and continue to work on our game, it’s finally coming together!!!

No man of the match for this game, you all deserve it! 

Well done boys... Me, Ash, Martyn and all your parents are proud of you roll on January!!! 


U10 Black come from behind to win in the Cup

Posted by admin on November 22, 2013

The Spartans first outing in this years League Cup competition saw the boys face unbeaten Eckington Boys - who sit comfortably at the top top of the division above the Spartans. This was always going to be a test for the boys and so it panned out.

The first half kicked off with the Spartans playing up the slope and making good use of the early posession without really troubling the Eckington defence too much. Some good interplay in the midfield releasing passes into spaces only to be mopped up by the Eckington defence.

The danger was always at the other end however as Eckington were well drilled when breaking. Player without the ball would always be in spaces behind the Spartans defence as the boys chased the ball or did not see the player behind them. The first goal of the game came from Eckington. A under hit clearance from james fell to the Eckington midfield who broke into the box and shot, James made a great first save but the Eckington players were unmarked and were ready first to pounce on the free ball. 

Not long later it was 2-0 as Eckington again broke down the right and a great cross across the box was turned in at the back post by the unmarked Eckington player.

The Spartans were still playing well in the middle, but were asleep when it came to defending the spare man, and soon enough the boys were on the score sheet as a shot was deflected past the Eckington goalkeeper by his own defender.

However, the age old warning about goals straight from the kick off came true as the Spartans defence yet again allowed the spare man to be unmarked in the box as the 3rd goal was a replica of the first - a shot across James was well saved only to fall to the Eckington striker to slot home.

The Spartans were still working hard to try and play football, Alfie and Sam running their legs off down the wings, Kieren, Jak and Rmarye trying to pass around the Eckington defence andonly being thwarted by some good defending.

The boys second came soon, after some good work at a corner Jak Betts bundled the ball home for 3-2.

But, yet again, Eckington ran down the other end - almost straight from the kick-off and scored a soft goal for a 4-2 half time score.

Time for some words from Dan!

The second half was a complete contrast - the Spartans defence was dominant - taking on board everything the coaches had said, the midfield and forwards were on their game. Luckily for Eckington, their goalie was on good form. After not being tested at all in the first half, he made a string of fine saves before Kieren slammed the ball home to the goalies left for 4-3.

The boys continued this form, outwitting Eckington with some great passes into spaces for Spartans to run onto - Rmarye twice hit the bar from the left before Sam got the equaliser. 4-4 with not long left. The Spartans were by far the better team now, confident, strong and looking like they wanted to win. The Spartans parents were in full voice too!

For a good while, the Eckington team didn't mount a serious attack and when they got through the defensive team of Josh, Cam, Pav and James dealt with everything comfortably, in stark contrast to the first half.

Then came the winner! Again, good work from the whole team found Rmarye ready to fire in the go-ahead goal. What a turn around - five minutes left! The final whistle could not come soon enough.

A fantastic game of football from two well matched sides, with the Spartans inflicting the first defeat of the season on Eckington - next up another tough game in the Cup Quater Final against Swinton Spartans.

One final note is that it was Pav's last game for the club before moving on to pastures new. Many thanks Pav and good luck for the future!

U9's Second win in a few weeks against Rotherham Rangers

Posted by admin on November 16, 2013

It seems strange playing on a saturday morning, having said that I think that was our best performance as Spartans so far! as for the pitch, it was a little lumpy but the surroundings were fantastic, what a back drop... Wentworth House!!! 

I think the hard work is starting to pay off for team 1 and week on week they are getting stronger. 

We have decided to stick with regular captains for each team, we have asked that in return they talk to and organise their team mates, both Kian and Flynn are doing a fantastic job. 

Team 1 seems to be a little more organised, Kian is the lynch pin of the team and leads by example, he helps out in defence, breaks up play in midfield and is also a real handfull upfront, his efforts were rewarded with a hat trick as well as making countless chances and setting up his team mates he is a real asset to our team. Jake T has been a bit up and down of late, but today he was back to his old self bagging himself a hat trick! he showed some excellent skill and was rewarded with man of the match for team 1. 

Jake Gecci, Ellis and Henry did a brilliant job at the back, all making excellent interceptions and tackles, I was very happy with how they are all starting to understand positioning and marking, this in turn makes the job of the goal keeper a lot easier, Alex is improving game on game and pulled off some great saves and also proved his bravery by getting stuck in at ground level!

Matt Allen again had a brilliant game. sat just in front of the back two he made some excellent tackles and brilliant runs breaking up play along the way, fantastic! Finally sam price was magnificent, the unsung hero of team 1!!!! 

He’s always in the mix, he makes some lightning runs, and contributes and makes goals with excellent passes, i’m really happy with the partnership he is forming with kian and billy up front, I fully expect sam to become a prolific goal scorer for us, keep it up! Game 1 ended 6 - 2 to the spartans.

 Team 2 took to the pitch for the second match and were asked to match the endeavor of there team mates in the previous game. on paper team 2 are the stronger team but have been a little up and down of late, however today they really got stuck in.

As usual Flynn captained team 2, as previously stated both captains have been told if they are to retain the captains armband  they must be vocal and organise on the field, which both duly did. Flynn was brilliant, breaking through a hand full of times and shooting narrowly wide before finding the back of the net 3 times to bag the 3rd hat trick of the game, excellent! 

He also made some excellent runs and was a real contender for man of the match. Luke and Lewis were solid at the back and like team 1 showed they are progressing by holding their shape well and making excellent tackles and interceptions, they really are an important part of the team. 

 Josh is also coming on leaps and bounds, although thanks to the defence he didn’t have much to do, but when called upon he made some important saves and also is credited with the first clean sheet of the season. William was also solid in his role just in front of the back 2, his shooting and corners are excellent, he makes some important tackles and was unfortunate not to get on the score sheet, also unlucky not to bag himself a goal was Matt Morris, he really puts himself around and can play wherever he is asked to, another real asset to the team. Billy has made the step up to team 2 in his stride, he came close to finding the back of the net a few times today, and made some brilliant runs passes and tackles and was a worthy winner of man of the match for team 2.

A special mention goes to Owen gratten, he’s coming on week by week, he really got stuck in today and was rewarded with his debut goal for the Spartans! well done Ribs!!!!.

All in all an excellent performance, hats off to rotherham rangers and their managers, they are a great little team, they’ve got the right attitude and are not that dissimilar to us last season, but it just goes to show how far we’ve come and what a bit of hard work and effort can achieve.

Well done boys were all proud of you.


Solid win away at Wath Stars for U10 Black

Posted by admin on November 12, 2013

The Spartans returned to league action after a few weeks off and ran home easy winners away at Wath Stars. 

The boys showed their intentions right from the off with 3 quickfire goals.

The first was a penalty dispatched by Alfie, followed by his and the Spartans 2nd with an assist from Sam. Alfie then returned the favour for Sam to make it 3-0 and that's how it stayed going into half time.

The 2nd half kicked off with a questionable decision from the ref who pointed to the spot saying that Josh had handled the ball. The Wath player stepped up to score past James who was unlucky not to save it.

The Spartans continued applying pressure after the penalty and Sam once again passed in to Alfie to claim his hat-trick. Sam then set up Rmaraye up for his 1st and the Spartans were cruising at 5-1.

Wath then grabbed their 2nd with another soft penalty awarded after Pav appeared to have made a good tackle.

Bettsy got on the score sheet to make it 6-2 just seconds after hitting the bar with a cracking left footed shot.

Rmaraye then returned the favour to Sam by setting him, up for goal number 7.

The final goal of the game was probably the best as Rmarye turned and smashed the ball into the roof of the net to make it 8-2 and a good day at the office.


All in all it was a decent performance from the black team but they need to be a little more consistent with their passing game.

Scorers and Assists:
Alfie 3 + 1
Sam  2 + 3
Rmarye 2 + 1
Betsy 1 

League Stats:
2nd Kieren - 12
6th: Alfie  - 8
7th: Blade - 8

1st: Rmarye - 7
3rd: Sam  - 5
6th: Alfie - 8

1st: James - 3 clean sheets
3rd : Blade - 1 clean sheet


U9's record big win against Rotherham Rangers

Posted by admin on November 4, 2013

After an up and down run of games in the the cup it was back to the league fixtures with a bang with our biggest win of the season (so far) 12 - 5 against Rotherham Rangers. Both teams played brilliantly and looked like they were well up for it!  

Our two captains Flynn and Kian led by example and each got on the score sheet with some brilliantly taken goals 
a hat trick for Kian in team 1 and a hat trick for Flynn in team 2. 

Kian as always gave it is all and was a deserved winner of Man of the Match for team 1, both could have had more!!!  

Jake & Henry were solid at the back, Matthew & Ellis were introduced at half time and were steady, Matthew is getting better game by game, great determination, Harrison Lee was also rewarded with his first Goal for the club after scoring an excellent poachers goal just rewards for his efforts and tireless running. 

Jake Taylor was also on target scoring twice, his link up play with Kian & Sam was great, and again he showed some great skill and trickery I think we may have found a new strike strike force!  Sam was unlucky not to score hitting the post, it will come im sure. 

I was over the moon with how Flynn took charge on the pitch and proved he is an excellent captain, talking to and organising the boys in his team! 

Also adding their names to the scoresheet were William Squires with a lovely goal and Matt Morris earned Man of the Match in team 2 for his excellent effort and brace of goals and passing. 

All the boys were magnificent especially Billy Taylor who slotted into team 2 seamlessly he had a great game and was unlucky not to score, well done Billy, keep it up. 

Lewis again with Luke further cemented their defensive partnership with yet another excellent display, & in Owen we have the best corner taker, left foot like a canon! Finally the 2 keepers didn’t have that much to do, which is a good sign that the defence in both teams is doing its job! 

All I ask is we keep putting in the effort and listen and we won’t go far wrong.  

Our next game is against AFC Dronfield a team we have played and drawn against twice, (let’s see if we can turn them over this time) so far 3 league games, 1 loss, 1 draw and 1 win, we then play Rotherham Rangers Away and finish with Stocksbridge before the winter break... 

Let’s see if we can go on a little run!!!! Keep it up boys were all proud of you. Rich.

U9's lose in Extra Time in Cup

Posted by admin on October 27, 2013

With a sense of dejavue I write this latest match report, this time once again a cup game, once more against a team we have met on numerous occasions, once more a team that I feel we are on a level with and once again we have come away without a win! (These match reports are starting to write themselves).

The weather played a massive part in this game, It literary was coming down sideways and the wind was so strong it even blew the teams bench, coats and bags half way across the pitch!!! But that didn’t stop team 1 who got off to a flyer, within seconds the ball was in the net as Kian closed down play picked up the ball and calmly slotted it past the Wisewood keeper! 1-0 Spartans, & Kian’s grandad Phil was another fiver down!

After that the game settled and was pretty much nip and tuck with both teams coming close on numerous occasions, Owen was Captain and made his first full start for the Spartans after impressing in previous games, I truly believe there is no one else in the squad that can strike a ball better than him! It’s only a matter of time before he connects and scores a screamer, he made the right runs got important tackles in and took some excellent corners, thoroughly deserving his Man of the match award. 

Billy was also a contender for Man of the Match, he covered every blade of grass and really got stuck in coming close to scoring on a few occasions, he is getting better week by week, keep it up Bill, maybe next time! Alex pulled off some excellent saves to keep us in the game and managed some great kicks despite kicking into a gale! As always it goes without saying Jake Geci was solid! 

There’s not much that gets past him he is proving to be a rock in the heart of defence, he reminds me of an old school centre half from the seventies... 

This comparison was confirmed after him chatting to me about Fosters lager as he took his place on the bench during team 2s match!!! Ellis made some great blocks at the back and Harrison was tireless as usual making some excellent runs and doing some great defending. 

Matthew Allen came on to make his debut for the Spartans as sub and really made an impact, his runs and tackles were fantastic Unfortunately Wisewood got their noses in front and the game ended 2-1. 

Team 2 took to the pitch for the second game and like last week were thoroughly in control.  

Applying plenty of pressure and closing down the opposition well, we came close on plenty of occasions but were unlucky not to get on the score sheet early on.  

Flynn got into all the right places and battled hard, his runs and passing were excellent, he was unlucky not to get on the score sheet, as usual Matt Morris was all over, breaking up play, pushing forward, dropping back to defend and was even on the end of a full on ball in the face, but in true Matt style he picked himself up dusted himself down and scored an excellent goal. 

Luke Geci was brilliant! His timing and composure on the ball is great, both he and Lewis Jones are forming quite a partnership at the back, Lewis is solid too, excellent tracking back brilliant tackles and a lovely right boot deservedly earned him man of the match in the second team. 

Josh pulled off some great saves in goal and even managed a Jedi mind trick on Wisewood when they ballooned a penalty over the bar!!! May the force be with you Josh! 

William Squires was outstanding again, breaking up play and passing are his forte, he gets stuck in and wears his heart on his sleeve and was rewarded for his efforts with a lovely lobbed goal, this put us 2-1up! 

Henry got stuck in with some important well timed tackles at the back and Jake Taylor was his usual slippery self with some great footwork and nifty runs. I was very pleased with the effort all the boys put in despite the shocking weather conditions. 

So onto Extra Time, despite putting them under pressure for most of the match and after battling against the weather and an increasingly worsening pitch we slipped to defeat as Wisewood nicked a winner in the last period of extra time. So all in all another close one, where all the lads dug in and gave it 110% but were just shaded despite us bossing large parts of both games. 

Once more Lady Luck didn’t show for us... I’m sure that will change soon. Well done boys, keep up the effort, it will come good!!!


U10 Red just fail in close defeat to Tusale

Posted by admin on October 22, 2013

The Spartans greeted Tusale United to the Caribbean Sports Club for the first time on 20th October 2013 and lined up with JB in goal, William and Rio (standing in for JD) in defence, Jacob in the middle of the park with Logan and Morgan out on the wings and Dale up front. 
They got underway kicking off at 13.30 and playing down hill in the first half. The game started pretty evenly and soon became a tough, physical competition as we expected it to be. It appeared that the training on being strong in the challenge and not being shoved off the ball was paying off as the Spartans really got stuck in, challenging for every 50/50 and being strong in the tackle. 
A great tackle at the back from William sees him break down the left side of the field and play the ball into the path of Josh who puts in a cross from the left for the Spartans first real attack at goal.
Up the other end JB claims the ball really well from  a Tusale corner catching the ball high in the air to keep Tusale at bay.
The game is still at a stalemate and really hotting up, turning into a physical, hard fought battle with the Spartans refusing to give an inch. Matt applies some real pressure on the Tusale defence forcing the defender to make a hurried clearance which rebounds off Matt and goal wards nearly going in.
The Spartans win a corner and the ball is swung into the danger area where Tusale struggle to clear the ball ... step up Morgan, in the right place at the right time to fire the ball in at the back post to score the first goal of the game, 1-0 to the Spartans.
Unfortunately, a lapse of concentration from the Spartans sees Tusale manage to work the ball through the back line and score an equaliser.
The referee blows the whistle for half time and the boys come in drawing level at 1-1, having worked their socks off. The half time team talk sees the boys get plenty of praise for their efforts, the boys are asked to keep the pressure on and work as a team, playing for each other. They are reminded that they are now kicking uphill and will be against it, they have drawn the first half now lets go out and win the second half.
Tusale kick off to start the second half and it is not long before their number 7 unleashes a shot goal wards that looks a sure fire goal. But in the net JB is equal to the shot and with an acrobatic dive to his right JB manages to tip the ball onto the post for what must be the save of the season so far and probably all season!
Not long later Tusale manage to work the ball through the back line and the Tusale number 7 takes his goal well to make it 1-2 to Tusale. However the boys do not let their heads drop and step up a gear to take the game to Tusale. They apply a huge amount of pressure to keep the ball in the Tusale half, creating chances in front of goal but unfortunately as has been the case on a few occasions this season we lack that finishing touch to get the ball in the back of the net, but this is not for a lack of trying from the boys. Shortly after Tusale's second goal JB comes off with an injury to be replaced by Jacob in the net.
Jacob stood up to his challenge in the net well, claiming the ball at every opportunity and sending the ball up field with some huge goal kicks that set the Spartans into an attack up field where the boys won two corners in a row but were unable to finish it off and find that elusive equaliser.
Another solo goal for Tusale sees them extend their lead to 2 goals, 1-3 to Tusale. But still the boys heads do not drop and they continue to battle for themselves, each other and the team. 
Two golden opportunities in front of the Tusale goal towards the end aren't taken but are testament to the boys attitude and battling spirit today.
The final whistle is blown and the boys come in losing out by 2 goals. Matt is awarded the Team Player of the Match trophy for really getting stuck in, trying his best and not giving up ... well done Matt.
I am sure that I can speak for everyone involved today when I say that the boys absolutely played out of their skins today, working tirelessly and giving their all, as they were asked ... we can't ask for anymore than that. Personally I don't think we deserved that result but to give Tusale their credit they are a really good and strong team with a stand out player.
Well done Spartans, the boys are really starting to come together and play as a team, working hard as a team with great individuals coming together to form a strong and solid team. This is only the boys first season together, and on that thought they have a really bright future to look forward to ...  UTS!!
Thanks again to everyone supporting the team for giving the boys some great encouragement and for the people who help out, from the kitchen to setting out the pitch ... it is really appreciated :-)

U10 Red win at home to Junior Fox

Posted by admin on October 16, 2013

A miserable, windy and rainy Sunday morning on October the 13th greeted the Junior Fox to the Spartans home ground for their first meeting in the league.
The Spartans started well pressuring the ball as they have been asked to do ... the Spartans started strongly and on top.
They see the best of the play but are just struggling to put the ball into the back of the net, finally Rio's determination sees him break down the right side of the field and behind the Junior Fox defence, where he puts in a good cross to Jacob who has made a run into the middle of the danger area from his central midfield position, Jacob takes the ball in his stride and finishes with a clinical finish to open the scoring, 1-0 to the Spartans.
Moments later and more pressure from the Spartans on the Foxes defence sees Dale shooting narrowly wide.
The weather gets worse and the boys, management and spectators get wetter and colder, Rio however is working tirelessly and effectively down the right side of midfield, attacking well and getting back to put in important tackles (this despite the moans that he is cold).
The Southey Wolves get their first corner of the game, a well struck corner sees the ball go through the pack of players in the box and harmlessly roll out for a goal kick to the Spartans.
Some great work from Matt and Josh in his first game for the Spartans see's them combining effectively in the middle of the park, winning two corners in a row for the Spartans.
Rio works himself free into a shooting position and fires a ball in, the ball finds its way to Morgan who stabs home the ball for his first of the game and the Spartans second, 2-0 to the Spartans.
More great work down the right sees Rio put in a great cross that rebounds out to Morgan who gets his foot behind the ball well and rockets in his second of the game and the Spartans third, 3-0 to the Spartans. Moments later Rio unleashes a powerful shot that flies into the Foxes goal to deservedly give Rio his first of the game and the Spartans their 4th, 4-0 to the Spartans.
The half time whistle blows seeing the boys come in with a convincing lead. The half time team talk is directed at the boys keeping up the pressure, with both Ali and John reminding the boys that they are kicking uphill for the second half so they have now lost the advantage. The boys are reminded that we have won the first half but we now need to go out and win the second half too.
The start of the second half sees Dale shoot on target but the Southey goal keeper is equal to the shot and makes a convincing save. Matt feeds a good ball through to Morgan who makes sure to put the ball in the back of the net for his hatrick, 5-0 to the Spartans.
Three corners for the Spartans in a row  with a loose ball rolling across the goal line sees the boys failing to capitalise on the pressure as the ball is kept out of the Southey net.
Plenty of pressure sees the Spartans well on top but the ball wont go in the net for the Spartans sixth despite several chances for the Spartans that sees them clean through on goal but unable to get the ball in the onion sack.
An unstoppable shot sees the ball clip the underside of the bar and into the net for Junior Fox  to get on the score sheet, 5-1.
The Spartans appear to have taken their foot of the gas with the boys starting to tire from kicking uphill. This sees Junior Fox produce their best spell in the game. Bringing out the best in JB who makes an instinctive save with his feet from what seemed a sure second for Fox. Moments later sees some confusion in the Spartans defense but again JB is able to tidy up and hold onto a loose ball.
Back up the other end some fancy footwork from Logan H sees him nutmeg a defender to open up a shooting position, from where he fires in a shot and is unlucky to see it hit the wrong side of the post and bounce  out harmlessly for a Foxes goal kick.
The final whistle blows seeing the Spartans coming in 5-1 victors. The boys had another good game but they should be making more of the chances they create and perhaps against a stronger team those missed opportunities could have been the undoing of the boys?
Rio deservedly takes the Team Player of the Match trophy for his tireless efforts up and down the right wing as well as his strong display in defence when called upon to give the defenders a rest. 
Well done boys and our 8th man (the spectators) for your Stirling efforts in what turned out to be  trying weather conditions.
Back to the training ground to prepare for a third meeting this season against Tusale United in the cup ... UTS!!!!
John would just like to assure everyone, after realising that it may look bad to anyone who notices that he uses his phone at the side lines during matches to take notes about the match for statistical and write up reasons (he's not answering texts or calls)  :-)


League Stats:

3rd: Morgan  - 6 Goals
15th: Logan H - 3 Goals
18th: Dale - 3 Goals

4th: Rio - 5
19th: Logan P - 2 
26th: Logan H - 1 

1st : Jack 


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