LEHC M3s School Report
By Dan Langman
LONDON EDWARDIANS MENS 3S SCHOOL REPORT:
Thomas Johnston: B
Tom performed well, he made good saves but much to many people’s disappointments he didn’t pick up MOM.
Charles Paddock: B-
Charlie Played well on the pitch but decided against fighting the opposition – must be stronger. DJ skills on point though.
James Hope: A+
Hopey has performed well since his rise the this class, he showed great character and skill in stopping many attacks. He must however leave his car and complete required pint offs next time.
Charles Mann: B+
Charlie has come along way since his incident at Reigate. He is much more focused on his strong tackling opposed to staring at those under the age of 12.
Meekesh Shah: B
Mickey has adapted well in his new surroundings, it’s never easy moving school but he seems to have made friends and is completing his tasks well in class.
Greg Murdoch: C-
Greg must address his school attire and follow guidelines. He has already been summoned to the headmasters office 3 times this year. His on pitch performances are going well but this attitude problem must be resolved.
Alex Jarrett: A
Alex has done fantastically in his extra curricular activities, he seems to be having great fun in the playground too. He also is remaining focused on his on pitch work too, with another solid performance.
Euan Philip: B
Euan managed to get himself on the gold star this week bagging a great goal, I’m sure he would of been the top performer had he listened in tackling class – going over the top is NOT allowed...
Blake Harland: C+
Blake seems to be having a hard difficult time recently with his off pitch performance. An “uneventful” weekend was followed by a par performance where much like his bedroom antics, there was nothing special to report about.
Mark Bursuck: B
“Ballsack” seemed to enjoy the wet weather with the opportunity to not lift his feet and slide over the pitch much like a man with lube covered shoes. Whilst he wasn’t sliding around, he did his work well and gave another consistent performance.
Colin McGregor: B
Colin returned from his holiday a week late but he caught up on missed work and is back with the rest of the class. He gave a good performance of himself and I am looking forward to him keeping up his work.
Ryan Hawke: B+
Ryan has adapted to a world full of odd things like Ribena and Raz well and has settled in his new classroom well. He is showing a strong skillset and should continue to keep performing well.
Andrew Devereaux: A-
Despite being unable to read simple train boards, Dev has continued the trend of new boys settling in well. He got his tally off the mark (twice) in the game and is showing he is someone the oppositions need to be aware of.
James Wilkes-Green: B-
James performed well on his first day at school but should avoid fighting. He should continue to play well and wait until he settles in his new surroundings before trying to beat up the opposition. Much like his name, a deserved green card.
Rahulan Chandran: C
Raz needs to learn to be more confident in class. His task of avoiding doing anything that may get him DOD needs to be sorted. Must improve banter too. His on pitch performance was actually OK but lots to learn.