Nomads host Tranmere under the lights at the 3G.
Nomads impress but don't get the result against Tranmere.
Perfect set up for the U10's on Friday night under the 3G lights Vs Tranmere, Boys have trained excellently recently with good intensity so was looking forward to a good challenge against the wirral side.
The first 20 they didn't seem to get things to click, Tranmere were a physical side moving the ball very quickly with each of their players winning their personal battles, Couple of goals went against us first 20, Which at half time riled up the 10's to go out and preform better than the first.
Ellis McQue with the response to the Tranmere goals with a quality strike which fell in the back of the net set the tone for the remainder of the game, Also grit and determination from Hughesy's electric pace seen the 10's get back a couple of goals, With outstanding through balls from Olly Evans & Ben Williams, Who both really got a grip of the game from central areas.
The boys put up an excellent performance & battled well, Regardless of the score line it didn't seem to reflect the game with Tranmere coming out with a 7-3 victory, James Hughes massively deserved the MOM award who has been in phenomenal form as of late, So well done Hughesy.
Over all a pleasing performance.
Jordan Parry ( U10's Coach )