13 May at 20:08
Again same old story as the scoreline did not the reflect the match as U15s lost 8-3 at home to Virginia Water. This time we had a sub which helped, however if we had a full squad without injuries and illnesses then we would of won. The boys took a early lead with nice play around the pitch which Luke Greaves played a through ball to Kieron Morris who made no mistake putting the ball into the net with the oncoming keeper rushing at him. Virginia Water hit back with scoring two goals. Their second goal was a great finish with a header which Luke Hollingshead in goal had no chance. In between their goals Kieran Greaves came very close with his shot just over the bar when clean through and Hamzah Shah hit the crossbar from a tight angle. Luke Hollingshead was superb in goal in the first half as made many great saves and blokes . First half ended 2-1 to the visitors. Made a change at half-time with Colm Power went in goal as is our 2nd keeper in the squad. Second half did not start our way as Virginia Water got a third. Fourth goal soon followed. The boys never gave up as playing good football and everythime getting behind the opposition defence was a threat as they could not cope with our pace. Sheerwater got a goal back as Jay Kobus who put in good crosses all day which no-one was getting on the end of, this time Kieran Greaves got on the end of it to make it 4-2. Unfortunately, the visitors got two more goals before we was awarded a penalty for handaball. The spot kick was given to Alex Szembek who made no mistake to score his first goal of the season. This looked like to be game on again as the boys continued to looked for another goal, however Virginia scored two more to make the final scoreline 8-3. Really tough again on the boys especially the majority of the goals in the second half could of been prevented. Played nice football again that was pleasing on the eye. MOM went to Alex Szebek as was strong in central defence along with Rohan Kidgell but just edged it. Massive thank you to Cheyenne Greer who ran the line for the first time and done a sterling job. Got one more game to play in a double header and hopeful the boys end the season with a 6 points.
Updated 20:31 - 13 May 2018 by Trevor Wenden