After the invitation to take part in the local round robin tournament hosted by Bracknell Town, this weekend proved a good start to the preseason process.
Winning is not the target but due to the structure it does mean that all the games were going to be competitive... no longer "friendlies" ha ha.
With games back to back, Saturday and Sunday it meant the squad size would need to strong enough to cope with 2 games.
Game 1 v Bracknell Town: both sides fielding a few trailists but the start was better for the boars, going up by 2 goals in the first 1/4.. Bracknell came back to draw level o the 3/4 mark but a good worked move and a strike give the boars the win 4-3
Game 2 v Wokingham & Emmbrook: Again both sides playing the second of the weekend put out 2 different sides, W&E started strong and took their chances with the Boars looking a little disjointed or stiff .. as it was another hot day for running around on the Bracknell Pitch it also showed that game 2 was still early in the PSP. As the game move through its quarters the boars looked more in control and came out winners 4-2
More games to follow next weekend Saturday KO 2pm V Binfield then Sunday either 2PM or 6PM depending on results. Keep up to date through Football in Bracknell @fibracknell or @WokinghamSport
So a good weekend for all , Phil was pleased with the progress and he takes lots of positives into training this week and into next weeks games
More Re-Signing News:
Ali Kamara: a versatile wide player who is happy attacking or defending, his speed and passion always causes other team issues , welcome back Ali
Manny OBodo: a wide attacking player who's dancing feet an speed means he will again give the Boars a great outlet through the season, welcome Manny
Bradley Brown: One of the most gifted and prolific young strikers in the area, Brad's scoring record is second to none and this year we will even better leading the line in his second full season, welcome Brad
more news coming soon
Keep an eye of our twitter account @EversleyCaliFC for more info
Updated 13:25 - 10 Jul 2017 by Ross Allston