Results W/E 12th January 2020

For whatever reason, some opposition teams defaulted to reduce the fixtures which were actually played:

The Firsts drew 0-0 with League leaders London Samurai away before losing on penalties in the Middlesex Cup Quarter Final. This was a fantastic team performance from the Dragons which made for an exciting match. They controlled the game to create three one on ones with Samurai’s goalie but alas none were slotted home. The Dragons then scored from a free kick only for it to be disallowed by the referee. Samurai had only one shot on goal in the entire game as they simply could not cope with the Dragons. At the final whistle it remained 0-0 and it was on to penalties which did not go as well as Dragons everywhere would have hoped.

The Reserves lost 0-3 to Wiseman West at home. The Dragons were hampered by a small squad and conceded 3 goals in the first half. A spirited second half performance saw the Dragons keep position, but they were unable to carve out opportunities. The Dragons did however restrict Wiseman from any further chances to score. There were positives to take from the match. 

The U17 Reds will be awarded 3 points as Abbey FC could not field a team.

The U17 Whites beat Ruislip Town 4-2 away. The Dragons kicked off the New Year with an excellent away win despite missing a few regulars. They put in excellent performances all over the pitch in the first half, taking the lead after 13 minutes and never looking back. A great start to 2020.

The U16s were robbed 0-3 by Regents and Tufnell Park in a disastrous game ruined by a thoroughly incompetent referee.  The referee gifted Regents, not by design, but by sheer ineptitude steeped in absolute certainty.  One might conclude that the Dragons management had reservations about the referee.

The U14 Boys lost 2-4 at home to a strong Celtic side. The Dragons took the lead before a few defensive lapses led to 4 consecutive Celtic goals.  The Dragons had good chances in the second half and regained the momentum but were only able to claw back one goal. The Dragons continue to look for the final 10% needed to take 3 points from the top sides in the division. 

The U14 Girls home match was called off by the opposition as they could not raise a team

The U13s match against Kodak away was called off by Kodak

The U12 Girls lost away to Ruislip Rangers. The Dragons were a little rusty in their first game of the year exacerbated by some forgetting their boots. Never the less the Dragons faced up to the challenge and played to the best of their ability. They battled on and showed great spirit by not giving up which lead to them being duly rewarded with a goal in the last five minutes of the game.  

The U12 Boys had no match

The U11 Boys lost against Pro FA away on a quagmire of a pitch in Barnet. This really was hard work as the Dragons squelched around in the mud.  

The U11 Girls were in good spirits as they trained with no match

The U10s trained in preparation to joining the League

Results W/E 5th January 2020

With the advantage of few fixtures there were few teams to beat us so we remain undefeated in 2020:

The Firsts drew 2-2 with Sporting Hackney away.  The Dragons dominated the 1st half but couldn’t find the net to much frustration at the break. The second half started in the worst possible way – Hackney scored with header from a corner. The Dragons pushed themselves to equalise 20 mins before the end, but a minute later Hackney counter attacked to take the lead once again. The Dragons pushed up and equalised minutes from the end. In general, this was a good Dragons performance but alas two mistakes prevented a win.

The Reserves beat Stonewall 4-2 at home. The Dragons started quickly to score twice early on, but two errors allowed Stonewall back into the game. The Dragons changed formation to take back control and scored twice more to see the game out for a comfortable win. 

The U16s beat league leaders Headstone 2-1 at home – having previously been trounced by them in the away fixture.  The Dragons were shorthanded, with a main player oversleeping, but started in good spirits despite being wary that a defeat loomed. Sure enough, a beautifully curved corner sailed into the Dragons net ten minutes after KO. The Dragons rallied and by halftime were 2-1 up resulting from stunning open passing and two excellent goals from outside the area! The second half saw a brutal resurgence from Headstone but,  having collected their over-sleeper from a nearby bus stop, the Dragons dug in to win 2-1. A famous victory that sees the new decade off to a great start.

Results W/E 15 December 2019

Happy Christmas everyone as the year draws to an end:  

The U11 Boys had no match 

The U11 Girls had no match 

The U12 Boys lost away to Ickenham 

The U12 Girls had no match 

The U13s walloped Brantham 7-0 at home. It really is nothing short of amazing how well the team has weathered the initial storm to play such scintillating football. A tremendous performance. 

The U14 Girls just lost 2-3 to Kinja at home. The Dragons started well, breaking the deadlock from a scramble near the Kinja’s box. Kinja managed to equalise via their right-wing so the second half started on level-pegging.  The Dragons missed opportunities and then, sadly, Kinja broke-away to take the lead before scoring a third with 9 minutes to go.  It looked all over but the Dragons scored straight-away to make it 2-3 and that is how it stayed.

The U14 Boys just lost 2-3 against FC Starz at home. The Dragons dug themselves into a big hole going 0-3 down before achieving an almost miraculous comeback to leave the match just short at 2-3.

The U16s had no match

The U17 Reds had no match

The U17 KDFC Whites had no match

The Firsts had no match

The Reserves had no match

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 8 December 2019

As the General Election and the Christmas break hurtle towards us the Dragons were inspired by the U12 Boys:  

The Firsts beat Hillingdon 3-1 at home. The Dragons did not start well with Hillingdon scoring an early goal. They did however show great character to come back and score twice before half time. The second half was a crazy affair with the Dragons controlling the game to draw ahead to 3-1 only for the referee to award Hillingdon 2 penalties in the last ten minutes. It was a time of rising emotions. Fortunately for the Dragons neither were converted. There was a great atmosphere as the Dragons secured this important 3 points.

The Reserves just lost 0-1 away to LPOSSA in the Cup. This was a difficult match for the Dragons who went a goal down through a mistake. From then on, the Dragons had opportunities to score but could not take their chances. 

The New U11 Boys improved considerably to just lose to Ruislip Rangers at home. Back in September the Dragons had played Rangers in their first ever match and had had an exceptionally tough time. They have learnt their lessons in the ensuing couple of months and caught up considerably. A good Dragons effort.

The New U11 Girls had no match

The U12s Boys thrashed London Eagles away 12-0. This was an extraordinary result.  It was only a few weeks ago that the Dragons were learning to cope with  beeing promoted to a higher division. In short, the Dragons were magnificent. They have weathered the footballing storm to claw their way back on top in great style.

The U12 Girls had no match

The U13s had no match

The U14 Boys lost away to Wealdstone. This was a tough match with Wealdstone being the League Leaders. To compound matters the Dragons goalie had a last-minute injury so a brave Dragon had to fill in. It was tough but the Dragons kept going to the end. 

The U14 Girls lost 1-3 away against the Broomwood Vixens. This was a fantastic result for the Dragons who were a player down. It was tight for the first 20 mins before the Dragons broke the deadlock from a handball outside the area. Up stepped the Dragons captain to skilfully place the ball through the players and underneath a defender’s leg to score with 10 mins to go in the first half.  Sadly, the Dragons failed to hold onto the lead as Broomwood equalised straight-away with a lucky goal. Broomwood took the lead 7 minutes into the second half, as they broke away to hit the Dragon’s defence with lightning speed before their third followed straight after with a great solo goal from their player-of-the-match: she picked the ball up from the halfway line; danced around the Dragons and smashed it high into the net. 

The U16s lost 1- 4 away to Hendon. After the excitement of the last couple of matches it was back to character building.  

The U17 Reds lost 1- 2 to Northwood U18s in the Middlesex Cup. An early slip up gave Northwood the lead. The Dragons could not get a foothold on a tricky home pitch nor make their possession count with not many chances for both teams. A good test for the Dragons against an older team who won their league last year.

U17 Whites lost 1- 4 against Hendon away. This was a credible result for the Dragons who had ten men, playing against a strong wind in the first half with a makeshift goalie. Eventually the wind and extra man took their toll to Hendon’s advantage. A Dragons penalty in the first minute was their only reward. The Dragons dominated possession and territory in the second half and played some very good football but alas Hendon’s keeper was having a very good day. This was not a bad score line against a team flying high in the league.

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 1 December 2019

As the cold bites Dragons dream of warmer times, but keep going – it’s not long to the Christmas break and then the warmth of spring will soon creep up on us. For inspiration we should look at the U13s who, after their fair share of footballing disasters, have come through magnificently:

The Firsts drew 3-2 away with 2nd placed Cricklewood in a great game.  The Dragons started well to take the lead in the 10th minute from a header.  The second half was an emotional affair. The Dragons conceded from a penalty and then two minutes later they conceded again. The Dragons showed great character to turn the game around by scoring twice to lead 3-2 up to the 95th min. In the last kick of the game Cricklewood equalised and the game was over. Annoying but it had been a great game.

The Reserves match was called off due to pitch conditions

The New U11 Boys lost to Wealdstone away. The Dragons started well then faded before playing more consistently in the second half. The challenge is to keep going and not to express unhappiness with one’s footballing colleagues when matters do not go exactly to plan.

The U12s just lost 2-3 away to Pro FA. The Dragons got off to a flying start, scoring the opening goal in the first few minutes.  An unfortunate penalty led to an equaliser, with Pro FA scoring a second goal shortly afterward.  Undeterred the plucky Dragons pressed on and were rewarded with a fine goal bringing the scores level at 2-2.  Sadly, the Dragons were unable to maintain the pressure, and Pro FA snatched the winning goal.   

The U13s thrashed West Drayton 13-0 at home. The Dragons were raring to go after an excellent warm up and scored four goals in under 20 minutes. It was Dragons fun all round as they added two more goals before the stroke of half time.  At the restart, the Dragons retained their intensity and it was good to see Dragons scoring their first goals. This was an excellent performance but, as the Manger said, “we know it’s not a sprint but a marathon, so we keep on going till the end!”

The U14 Boys drew 2-2 against Old Actonians away. The Dragons were overconfident facing the near bottom of the League Old Actonians.  A lethargic start and an incredible strike from the opposing striker put the Dragons down in the first 15 minutes. The equalising goal came shortly after as the opposition produced another fine finish to take the lead.  There were excellent chances in the second half for both sides, but the game ended with a 2 – 2 draw. 

The U16s had no match and read improving books.

The U17s just lost 1-2 to Hendon away in the League Cup quarter final. The Dragons took an early lead but were second best for the rest of the half, conceding twice before the break. The Dragons pushed on in the second but failed to find the equaliser. This was their first loss this season. Next week it is on to the QF of the Middlesex cup.

The U17 Whites lost 1-4 away against the Eagles.

The New U11 Girls just lost to Alexandra Park North at home. The Dragons fell behind early, conceding two goals in rapid succession early on.  By half time they were down more than planned as a well drilled Alexandra Park side dominated, both in terms of possession and shots on goal. The Dragons regrouped at half time to concede far fewer goals but without managing to score.

The U12 Girls lost 2-6 away to Islington Borough Ladies. The Dragons played an improved game,  despite their second loss to this well established and disciplined team.  They created chances to score but unfortunately a penalty and two unlucky deflections left them a little deflated.  

The U14 Girls lost 2-5 to Ruislip Rangers away. This was quite a heavy pitch for the Dragons due the preceding rainfall earlier in the week. The Dragons have become accustomed to the well-drained pitch at St Marks.

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 24 November 2019

It was the Boys Under 11s who lead the way to their elders’ admiration:

The New U11 Boys beat Brookhouse 5-1 at home.  The new Dragons have had a tough time learning to play competitive team football against well-established oppositions. Their nerves of steel however kept them in good stead as they rose brilliantly to the challenge against Brookhouse. The Dragons are still “work in progress” but their fans can be confident looking ahead after this resounding win.   

The New U11 Girls just lost 2-3 to Broomwood away. The Dragons struck first to nab a 1-0 lead midway through the first half before Brooomwood equalised seconds before halftime.  Goals were exchanged midway through the second half. In the 60th minute, at 2-2, Broomwood slipped a shot past the outstretched arms of the Dragons keeper to earn a well-deserved victory.  This was a stunning performance by the Dragons against a team that beat them 15-0 just a few weeks earlier! By any measure this was a remarkable match. Both teams are to be commended! 

The U12 Boys lost 0-4 to the Eagles at home. The Eagles were a good side and the Dragons potentially “under the cosh” but mostly they held up under the pressure to lose but with their footballing dignity intact.  

The U12 Girls lost to Islington Borough at home. The Dragons played a great game despite losing against a well-established and disciplined team.  The Dragons should be proud of their performance as at no point did they give up, giving their all, but on this occasion, it was not enough.   

The U13s lost 2-4 to Ickenham away.  The Dragons lost but, on the whole, it was a good match with Ickenham lucky on more occasions that the Dragons
The U14 Boys walloped Hendon 7-0 away. The Dragons rebounded nicely from the previous week’s loss in the Middlesex Cup with this resounding win.   Another hat trick from the Dragons and solid defence throughout made the result never in question.  The win takes the Dragons to second place in the division.  

The U14 Girls beat Alexandra Park North Youth 4-3 on penalties at home in the Middlesex Cup. This was a sparkling, if tense, match with the score standing 1-1 at full time. It was then on to penalties, with the massed fans holding their collective breath. There was a huge cheer when the Dragons keeper saved the last penalty to put them through to the next round.

The U16s beat Hanwell 6-0 at home. This was another brisk and sparkling display from the Dragons to make it 9 goals for and 0 against in two matches. Hanwell arrived ready to claim what they believed would be an easy win; but recent form had given them false hope. The Dragons dominated from the outset and, although the match did have exciting moments, the visitors had only questions for which the Dragons had answers. Could this be the foundation for a steadier ship and a successful second half of the season? That’s the real question.

The U17s Dragon Whites just lost 1-2 to the Reds at LCS in our local derby. The Whites held the Reds in a close match but rather generously give away 2 goals before claiming one back just before the end. The teams were evenly matched and did well to play on the rain-soaked pitch.
The U17s Dragon Reds just beat the Whites 2-1 at LCS. The match proved to be the Reds toughest test to date. The game started scrappily on the poor pitch, but the Reds managed to go in front with one goal in each half. Not many chances were created after that until the Whites scored from a set piece with the last kick of the game.

The Firsts just lost 0-2 at home against PFC Victoria. The Dragons conceded in the 43rd minute after a brilliant Victoria play, delivery and header. The Dragons were forced to change their approach and attacked with passion to be the better side in the 2nd half but they just could not finish. There was no option but to open up and take bigger risks. In the 91st min they lost the ball in the middle and Victoria attacked to score. A minute later the referee finished the game. The match could have gone either way.

The Reserves 4-8 against Wiseman West away. This was a particularly high scoring match where 4 Dragon goals would normally be enough to win.

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 17 November 2019

As other clubs with greater resources wilt in the wintry wet the Dragons drive on to record decisive wins:

The Firsts beat Yeading Town 4-2 away in the Cup to reach the Quarterfinals.  The Dragons performed well and were 3-0 up at half time. Quick pace, good team spirit and hard work gave the Dragons the advantage. The 2nd half was a quieter affair as they only scored once more whilst letting Yeading have a consolation couple of goals.

The Reserves walloped Kodak 5-2 at home. It must be said that the conditions were poor with the rain in the preceding days leading to a wet pitch that had not drained as well as one would hope. The Dragons however dealt with the conditions to control the match and win.  

The U17s will be awarded a win as Ruislip Town could not field a team. The Dragons continue their 100% win record.

The U16s thrashed Pitshanger 6-0 away. This was a fantastic bravura Dragons performance with passing, tackling and shooting of the highest order. Chances were taken when previously they would have been fudged, shots were on target when recently they would have sailed away offering not a jot of consternation to the opposition. The Dragons found their voice and calls for the ball were coming from left, right and centre. In short, a hugely professional and enjoyable match on a sparkling late Autumn afternoon.

The U14 Girls had no match because Alexandra Park North could not field a team at the allotted time

The 14 Boys lost 0-2 in the Middlesex Cup against Whetstone Wanderers from the Watford League’s top division. Despite a few nervous glances between the Dragons as they watched Whetstone warm up, they played an excellent first half and had the better chances to score first.  After a goalless first half, Whetstone managed to score twice from rebounds in the box as they held off the Dragons.  The Dragons had shown that they can compete with any team in any division. 

The U13s beat Bessingby Park Rangers 3-0 at home. This was the Dragons first clean sheet. The score could have been more as the Dragons had a plethora of chances with 3 shots hitting the cross bar and two the posts. Overall this was a great Dragons team effort.

The U12 Girls beat Enfield Town 13-1 at home in their first County Cup match. Despite the late start the Dragons began with their usual determination and early on it became evident that they were out to win.  Despite an early own goal, the Dragons proceeded to fire in 7 goals in the first half and 6 in the second. A good performance by every Dragon. 

The U12 Boys will be awarded a win as Hendon were suspended for reasons we can only guess at.

The New U11 Boys lost to Elite Magic away. The Dragons played well in the first half, poorly for 20 minutes of the second and then well again for the last ten minutes. The challenge now is to play at full tilt for the whole match.

The U11 Girls scored their first goal to huge jubilation against Vicky Park Rangers. The Dragons played well together on both sides of the ball with the goalies making huge saves – even stopping a 4 against 1 breakaway. The midfield and defenders worked together & the strikers had shots on goal.  The newcomers contributed, with even the youngest players getting scoring chances.  Most important of all the girls had fun! The had lost but by a much reduced margin

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 10 November 2019

Like a huge liner the Dragons inexorably are turning the footballing corner with the results improving bit by bit each week. It was particularly pleasing to have our U12 Girls congratulated on their exciting win by the opposition:

The Firsts beat CB Hounslow 2-1 at home. The Dragons performed well in extremely difficult conditions to control the game. As early goal calmed the Dragons before they were jolted by Hounslow pulling back to 1-1 just after the break. The improving Dragons however drew ahead a few minutes later. Finally, in the dying moments the Dragons goalie pulled off a fantastic save to ensure the win.

The Reserves lost 0-4 against away Ruislip. The Dragons were a depleted side that ventured to the far west.

The U17 Reds beat Northwood 5-1 at home in the Middlesex Cup. The Dragons started well, before then conceding from a Northwood free kick that somehow slipped into the back of the net. The Dragons reacted well to score twice.  After the break, the Dragons extended their lead before scoring yet again at the very end. The 100% win record continues.  

The U17 Whites had no match

The U16s lost to Pinnstars away. This was a difficult match which is best describe as “Character Building”

The U14 Girls lost away 1-4 to Kinja. The Dragons did well when one considers that they were reduced to 8 players for 75% of the match as they lost one player to injury and another for medical reasons.

The 14 Boys Middlesex Cup match v Whetstone Wanderers away was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch

 The U13s lost 1-3 to Sandgate Youth at home in the Middlesex Cup. The result does not of course affect the league position but it was a good exercise for the Dragons who played soundly.

 The U12 Girls beat Broomwood 2-1 at home. The teams were evenly matched in the very tense first half to leave the score at 0-0.  It was during the second half that the Dragons had to dig deep to raise their game in an effort to score that crucial first goal. Finally, it came in the last 9 mins, only for Broomwood to even up to 1-1. The Dragons refused to give up and, with two minutes to go, scored a second fantastic winning goal.   

The U12 Boys lost to Pro Soccer Youth at home in the Middlesex Cup. This was a stressful match with keys being lost, carbon copied forms to fill in etc so it was a relief when kit was found and the match started. The result makes no difference to the League position, so the Dragons used it as an opportunity to gain experience.

 The New U11 Boys drew 2-2 magnificently against TFA Bushey at home. The Dragons have had to learn on their footballing feet having been dropped into a tough group against teams with many seasons of experience behind them. The Dragons are however quick learners, and this was a very good display in which they were unlucky not to win, with Bushey scoring from a referee/linesman muddle.

The U11 Girls lost to Actonians at home. The Dragons tried a novel football strategy – Mohamed Ali’s “rope-a-dope” as in the “The Rumble in the Jungle”. The plan was to let Actonians wear themselves out in a seemingly endless offensive fury and then, as they tired, the Dragons would unleash a devastating counter attack.  As historians will know this strategy is a football version of The Duke of Wellington’s adaptive defensive style which propelled him to victory over numerically superior forces.  One must give credit where credit is due, and the Dragons nearly pulled it off but in the end they came up a few goals short.  

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 3 November 2019

After a slower than average start our results have improved markedly:

The Firsts beat London Rangers 2-1 away in the second round of the Middlesex Cup. This was an important win, not only in terms of the Cup, but also as a sign that the team is “getting it together” as they say in the terraces.

The Reserves fought their way to a hard earned 2-1 victory against London Titans at home. The Dragons did magnificently to retain their lead in the last twenty minutes with only 10 men as two had to go off injured. As the Manager said “A scrappy victory, but one that can kick start the season”. 

The U17s Reds beat Pinner 8-0 away in the Cup to continue their winning run. The Dragons domination in the first half lead led to multiple chances. After the break, they continued to score – with their striker completing his third hat trick in as many games. Pinner did their bit to help by gifting an own goal. This was a dominant display by the Dragons who continue their 100% start to the season.

The U16 Whites beat Ruislip Town 5-4 at home. This was a great performance by the Dragons with all their goals “crackers” in the words of their indominable Manager. The score could have been 5-2 but the Dragons let in two goals late on in a nervy end to the game.

 The U16s just lost 3-4 at home to Brentham Colts. The Dragons were leading 3-1 but tiredness and poor decision making allowed Brentham back into the match. The Dragons did everything they were asked and were the better team against an opposition that had beaten them 4-1 a few weeks ago. Some great new Dragons scoring goals gives hope for the future. 

 The U14 Boys beat London Eagles 5-1 in a solid victory.  Dragons showed signs of overconfidence as they faced bottom of the league Eagles.  While they dominated possession, and had the first 6 shots on goal, it was scoreless after 20 minutes.  Finally, the Dragons awoke from their slumber to knock in three goals before the half.  The solid 5 – 1 victory was capped off with a fantastic hat trick by a Dragon attacker. 

 The U14 Girls had no match

 The U13s drew 2-2 with Ickenham at home.  This had to be probably the best performance to date from the Dragons, despite the last gasp equaliser from Ickenham. On the brilliant surface the Dragons were able to control the game comfortably and work hard together to grab two goals in the first half. It could have easily been much more as the Dragons continue to improve. As the well organised Manager said, “With a few more new additions we are definitely heading the right way”.

 The U12 Girls beat Hearts of Teddlothian Wolves 13-0 in the Cup at home. On what started out as a wet and windy Saturday the Dragons were in their usual positive mood.  They were soon rewarded with their first goal fired in from outside the box.   The Dragons continued to attack and dominate so by the end of the half they had scored 8 goals.   The second half continued with the same intensity as they scored 5 more.  A wonderful Dragons performance. 

The U12 Boys drew 1-1 away against FC Starz. The Dragons showed great forbearance as they agreed to a 9.30am start and then arrived to find the pitch was artificial whilst the FC Starz coach announced he was also the referee.  The Dragons were depleted due to illness but in the face of such adversity pulled together. They went 0-1 down in the first half but came back strongly in the second via a great finish. The Dragons were however denied a victory when the Referee stopped the game to send one off on of his players but in so doing stopped the Dragons hammer in the winning goal.

The U11 Girls Kensington Dragon lost to Broomwood Pride at home.  Broomwood’s goals poured in faster, and with greater intensity, than the rain that poured down on the fans’ heads. As the rain let up, and the sun threatened to make an appearance, so too did the Dragons’ offence.  Aided by the extra attacker the Dragons turned the tide and threatened to score on numerous occasions.  But, as in previous weeks, the cross bar and the goal posts deflected the best Dragons shots.

The U11 Boys had no match

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

Results W/E 26 October 2019

With Half Term there were fewer matches than usual:

The First Team just lost 2-3 away to London Samuri. This was a generally better Dragons performance who are on an upward curve.

The Reserves won on penalties at home after drawing 2-2 at full time to Brentham in the Middlesex Cup. It is on to the next round.

The U17 Reds beat Ruislip Town 8-1 away. The Dragons were rusty after three weeks off and conceded from a set piece early on, but soon got into their footballing stride to go 2-1 up at the break. The second half was all one way to the Dragons with two sets of hattricks. This was a solid Dragons display showing great determination, after going a goal down early on.

The U17 Whites lost 2-6 away to Belmont United

The U16’s beat Wealdstone 2-0 at home. This was an improvement from two weeks ago when Wealdstone had beaten the Dragons 4-2.  The Dragon goals came from a cracking penalty and a long-range cracker of a shot to leave them 2 – 0 up at half time. A professional performance in the 2nd sealed the deal. A well-earned victory that shows the potential of this Dragons team

The U14 Boys had no match

The U14 Girls had no match

The U13s drew 3-3 away to Bessingby Park Rangers. This was a lively, entertaining match played in glorious sunshine. The Dragons started brightly to go ahead 2-0 by halftime, playing good cohesive football. The Dragons looked odds on to cruise to a comfortable victory, but Bessingby had other ideas and a late fight back earned them a miraculous draw.

The U12 Boys just lost 0-1 Princess Park at home in a tense match. The Dragons did not play well in the first half to go a goal down. The second half was a much better performance from the Dragons who created many chances but were denied crucial goals.

The U12 Girls had no match

The U11 Boys lost at home to Super Skills

The U11 Girls had no match

The U10s trained