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