Waterside Crowned Champions


The opening game saw Champions elect Waterside take on Real Soldierdad, who had the opportunity to help out their mates Trogs. Waterside took and early league after smashed home a sweet freekick and looked to have sealed the title then Dan tucked in a second before half time. However Soldierdad are never a team to give in and made a spirited fightback in their final appearance at Soccer Sixes.

Mid way through the second half they had drawn level, and the smiled returned to the faces of the Weighton players. But the boys from Waterside we in no mood to relinquish the title they have had their grip on for the majority of the season, and with a couple of minutes to go the returning popped up to score the winner and seal the league win – WELL DONE WATERSIDE!!!

Weighton themselves had a tough game against the unpredictable . Deportivo continued to play the long ball game, which isn’t the best idea against big Martin Moss and the second meanest defence in the league, especially when they were relying on (9 stone dripping wet through) Andy Galloway to be the target man – Sox Gal, but they were not playing to your strengths…

The game tight throughout, until 2 mins from time when Phil Wright Stepped into his own box (and you did I was watching) to play the ball back to the keeper. The ref had no choice but to give a pen, which was smashed home by Moss for the win. Second place secured.

110 could only muster 5 players due to leave commitments back on camp but found themselves 2-0 up within 5 minutes. AJ’s finally pulled themselves together and made the extra man advantage count, and a very entretaining game finally finshed honours even at 3-3. Ian Holland scored his fourth goal in 3 weeks and showed his class throughout. If AJ’s do stay in the league, Holland would definately be a player to keep hold of, as their recent run of form since he joined proves.

’s final game was against Reservoir Trogs, who were basically the same team as 110 due to lack of numbers. A couple of last minute extras made kick off time to boost the Trogs numbers, and seemed to do the trick as the boys raced into a 2-0 lead with goals from Diego and Kev Neale, who is still in the hunt for top goal scorer. But BarceHullona showed the grit that has seen them remaining unbeaten in 2010, even with a heavily depleated team, and brought the score back to 2-2 with good finishes from Newsam and particularly Andy Martin.

Not Very Athletic turned up with designs ov overtaking opposition Angel and securing 9th place in the league. However it was Angel who came out the stronger of the two. Prior to the game I had warned NVA that Marcel Veli was the man to watch in the Nagel team and so it was proven, with Veli bagging a hat-trick. Another goal from the Rich Bell and a reply from Harley of NVA left the score at 4-1, with angel the ones who secured 9th place. NVA now have a final game v Reservoir Trogs next week – a good opportunity to work on their cup tactics!

The final game saw the battle to avaid bottom spot. Borussia teeth came into the match having only managed 1 point since taking over from Action force at the turn of the year. Black Sox had a spanking new kit and really looked the part, and confidence in the camp was sky high before kick off – this was surely going to be a cracker…

Well, maybe not. The game had its share of chances, good (and bad) tackles and some good saves. In the end it was a single goal from Crease for Borussia which secured 11th place and dropped Black Sox to the bottom of the pile – I see a new (bitter) rivalry brewing.


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