Westwood Park FC (Blue) U10’s 4, Kings Church Amersham Athletic 0

15/10/2010 at 7:18 pm | Posted in Match Reports, Under 10s | Leave a comment

Home Match: 9th October 2010.

Referee: Des Naughton

WPFC Squad: Harry Bradshaw, Jonny Grint (Substitute 1st Half) Matthew Jones (GK 1st Half), Mahdi Karim (Substitute 2nd Half), James Larard (GK 2nd Half), Benedict Mears (Substitute 1st Half), Samuel Naughton (Substitute 2nd Half), Daniel Restall, James Tunney.

Match Result: WestwoodPark 4 – KingsChurch Amersham Athletic 0

Scorers: HarryBradshaw 2, James Tunney 2

Westwood Park Blue took on Kings Church Amersham Athletic in their third game of the season and for the first time fielded virtually a full squad enabling George to name two substitutes for the match. This also saw Des Naughton make his debut as the home referee and what a good job he did, controlling the game well and keeping the boys informed of his decisions during the course of the match.

Westwood opened on a very positive note which saw a number of passing movements put together by the team. Daniel and James T again had very strong games competing well for the ball and quickly closing their opponents down, complimented by James L and the marauding Harry – is he the signing of the season! This left Mahdi and Samuel with little to do in defence and Matthew virtually unemployed in goal. Westwood’s continued pressure finally paid dividends and two well worked goals from Harry and James T set the team on their way.

The second half saw Benedict make his debut for the club and a fine start he had coming on for Mahdi and Jonny replacing Samuel. The second half followed the pattern of the first although a spirited KingsChurch gave as good as they got. Westwood however found another gear and their passing game really came into its own – a pleasure to watch. With Matthew producing some strong runs and crosses down the left hand side, ably supported by Jonny and Daniel, further goals from Harry and James T resulted. But for the KingChurch’s goalkeeper who pulled off some show stopping saves the goal count could have been higher.

Another three points to the good, but more importantly it is very evident on the three games played to date that the boys in this squad are beginning to show some good football skills and develop a great team ethos. It’s a pleasure to watch from the touch line.

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