With some other clubs having to default matches due to half term absences and still other Clubs unable to break their losing streak the Dragons kept resolute and won more than they lost:
The new Girls section has started training sessions on Friday evenings with other girls joining in with the younger boys on Saturday mornings. Any girls interested in playing football should reply to this email.
The First team game was postponed.
The Reserves thumped CB Hounslow 7-0 away in an very good performance with 5 different players scoring at least goal
The U18s were awarded a walkover in the League Cup as St Josephs defaulted
The U17s walloped Celtic 8-1 in the League Cup to cruise through to the quarter finals in a comprehensive demolition of their opposition. The Dragons played quality passing football with the highlight being a passing move involving 7 players which ended with a quality cross and finish.
The U15s will be awarded three points as their opposition, Celtic, could not field a team
The U14As had the weekend off
The U14Bs will be awarded three points as Belmont United could not to field a team. Next week sees the Dragons at home for the first time in the league this season against tough competition and looking forward to the test.
The U13s lost 3-8 away against league leaders FC Real (43 goals in 4 matches!!) who proved to be an overly physical but effective side in their hardest match of the season.
The U12s beat St Lawrence away 6-2. The Dragons had a mountain to climb missing key players but courage and determination in the first half lead to 5 magnificent goals. The Dragons conceded 2 goals in the second half before, in the very last minute, sealing their the victory with a beautiful goal.
The U11s lost 1-4 away to Ickenham. The Dragons went 1-0 up in first half only to be pegged back on the stroke of half time by an equaliser from Ickenham. The Dragons then lost concentration in the 2nd half to let Ickenham score 3 goals with no reply.
The new U10s continue to train in preparation to joining the League.