U10 Red still looking for their first win

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U10 Red still looking for their first win

Posted by admin on September 15, 2013

A rainy Sunday afternoon on 15th September saw a late kick off of 2.15pm get the game underway as Tusaale United took the kick off.
 
A spot of controversy saw the ball go in the Tusaale net from a Spartan corner, after which a Tusaale player handled the ball in the area - the referee signalled for a goal but then gave a goal kick to Tusaale to leave everyone confused.
 
Tusaale opened the scoring with a goal mouth scramble that sees the ball bundled over 1-0 to Tusaale United.
 
Some more dubious refereeing sees the Spartans lose out on the decisions but the boys keep their heads up and continue to battle.
 
Another goal mouth scramble sees another goal for Tusaale United as they further their lead, 2-0 to Tusaale.
 
Step up Morgan to score a screamer from 25 yards that sees the Spartans pull one back and lessen the deficit before the referee blows his whistle for half time. The boys go into half time trailing by a goal, 2-1.
 
An early goal for Tusaale in the second half sees them regain their 2 goal lead 3-1.
 
Some good defensive work from William and strong challenges sees him win a goal kick for the Spartans, the Spartans step it up with some good passing and strong challenges that sees them on top but they are lacking in the final third as a corner for the Spartans comes to nothing.
 
Down the other end Tusaale get a corner but this also comes to nothing. Straight back up to the other end and two corners in a row for the Spartans. Logan H puts in some good corners but there is nobody to get on the end of them. 
 
An unfortunate error from the normally safe hands of JB sees Tusaale score their 4th to extend their lead by 3 goals, 4-1.
 
An absolute stunner of a strike from Dale sees the ball fly in from what must have been 30 yards!!!!! 4-2 Tusaale and game on.
 
Tusaale reply with a stunning goal of their own to make it 5-2 and effectively kill the game off. 5-2 the game finishes and sees the Spartans sink to a very undeserved loss for all the hard work and effort they applied. Just a lack of that creativeness with the ball in the final third letting the boys down, something to work on in training perhaps?
 
William takes the trophy for his performance and is named as team player of the match.
 
Once again a big thanks to parents and supporters for getting behind the boys and encouraging them all the way in what were at times trying and frustrating conditions, onwards and upwards for the Spartans.....


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