Borussia Teeth Open New Soccer Sixes Season With a Win

The first match of the evening saw new boys MW Sunday face last years most inconsistent team, Lacatalent. MW were keen to mark a strong start to the season and showed signs of some good play. Deportivo continued in the form of last season, playing some fine stuff at times whilst smashing balls to the front man and gaining nothing at others.

The boys need to learn that they can all play pretty well and have the ability to play pass and move , and not resort to big hoofs forward, particularly when ;strong man’ Mike Helyard isn’t playing. The final score was a fair 1 v 1 and both teams must be hoping to pick up more points next week.

Knights welcomed a stand in keeper in the form of Steve Snell, with regular keeper and captain Ansdy Sanders sidelined. Unfortunately for Steve, the long drive back over the bridge was not worth the 24 looooooooooooooooooooong minutes he had to endure during this game. There is not a whole bunch more I can say, except (as you’ve probably guessed), it finished 0v0!

The final game saw almost match last years points tally in a single game! The Teeth played some really good stuff going forward, and were combative and disciplined at the back. But for 3 really good saves from the Angel keeper, this could have been a drubbing. What didn’t help Angel’s cause was a lack of team play.

Movement was non-existent, no one seemed to want to pass and when thy did get into the final third the finishing was not to their usual standard. Rich Bell of the Angel even substituted himself at one point, as frustration was starting to get the better of him. Maybe a team bonding session around Dave’s front bar is in order!

In a cracking opener to the league, the new boys of DTS Leconfield’s 110 squadron made their debut for the Trogs and ONE10 respectively. In a game that was all about bragging points back on camp, the intensity was red hot straight off an din’t miss a beat for the next 24 minutes. Tackles were big, shots were fierce and chances were limited.

Kev Bluff, maing his final appearnace in goal for ONE10 before passing the gloves on to one of the new boys made a couple of inspirational saves to keep the Trogs out, whilst up at the other end it was referee Uzzell who was keeping goals out; disallowing a ball which (according to the ONE10 boys) had bounced back of the inner stantion. Mr Uzzell believed it had struck the post and waved play on, but in the end it mattered little, as ONE10 marched away winners, 2 v 1.

Returning former Champions Shanghi made hard work of the first match back. The boys from SSR played some great stuff early on, but missed a hat full of chances and went in at half time only 1 v 0 up. pulled themselves together and got back to the basics which saw them finish last season on a 14 game unbeaten streak. Chris Newsam pulled the scores level midway through the second half, and while Shanghi wasted yet more chances and started to press and commit men forward in search of a winner, the boys from Bacre held their nerve, and Andy Martin coverted the winner with a cheeky finish at the near post past the stranded Danny Ako with only 30 seconds left on the clock.

Last year’s runners up, Weighton Utd faced new boys PSV Hangover, lead by former M-Weasy wide boy Ben ‘Franko’ Franklin. The game turned out to be an early contender for match of the season, with 5 goals, great finishing and a controversial penalty decision. The game ebbed back and forth until PSV took control with a fine finish for the first goal.

Referee Uzzell then awarded a penalty to Weighton after the PSV keeper played the ball outside of his area. The ref was unaware that the keeper was only outside his box to return a ball to the neighbouring pitch, and had to awarded the penalty kick once the keeper played the ball. Martin Moss swept the ball home put Weighton back in the contest. In the end it was the new boys from PSV who took the spoils, winning a fine game 3 v 2, with Ed ‘Franz Gruddock Baresi’ Grady was in imperious form throughout!!! £5 please Ed.

Results Wed 28 April 2010:   MW Sunday 1 v 1 Deportivo; Beverley Knights 0 v 0 AJ’s; Angel 0 v 1 Borussia Teeth
Fixtures Wed 5 May 2010:   Angel v MW Sunday 7pm; Borussia Teeth v Not Very Athletic 7pm; AJ’s v Deportivo 7pm – Beverley Knights No Game

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