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Another good win for the U21s

Another good win for the U21s

Mark Hunt25 Jan 2015 - 20:27
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The Cray Wanderers U21 continue their fine start to the season

The Cray Wanderers U21's continued their fine start to their first ever season in the NRG Gyms U21s League with a comfortable 5-0 win at home to Parkwood Rangers on Saturday.

The team bounced back from last weekends cup tie penalties defeat to County League team Peckham Town to move into third place in the table, 5 points behind leaders Greenwich Borough with two games in hand.

A hat-trick from Christie Pattison, a penalty converted by Oshea Mafuba and a goal from Charlie Goodson was enough to win a game which according to manager Ken Lodge called have been more if the team's shooting boots were on.

Ken is very enthusiastic about the team right now.

"This is a young and very exciting team to watch and are fearless in their aproach to any game whether it is a big club or little club. The team are playing better and better every time they play. I'm very proud of them"

Their next scheduled game is next Saturday at home to FC Elmstead.

This is the league table as it stands after this weekend:


1 Greenwich Borough P9 W6 D1 L2 F30 A13 Pts 19
2 Bridon Ropes P10 W5 D2 L3 F35 A29 Pts 17
3 Cray Wanderers Youth P7 W4 D2 L1 F30 A14 Pts 14
4 Phoenix Sports Reserves P10 W4 D2 L4 F36 A23 Pts 14
5 Meridian VP P9 W3 D2 L4 F18 A37 Pts 11
6 Sevenoaks Town P5 W3 D1 L1 F18 A8 Pts 10
7 Parkwood Rangers P9 W1 D2 L6 F13 A43 Pts 5
8 FC Elmstead P7 W1 D0 L6 F 9 A 22 Pts 3

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