Kensington Dragons Results W/E 26 March 2017

Fellow Dragons


With Spring threatening:

The Dragons are starting a new team for 8-11 year old girls. Interested parties should phone the Hon Sec on 07860 459178 for information

The First Team walloped South Kilburn 7-2 away. The Dragons took control from the start and with an early goal set a high tempo with assistance from the strong wind. By half time the Dragons were 4-1 up before going on to score another three whilst conceding a soft one in return.

The Reserves beat CB Hounslow 3-1 at home.  The Dragons approached the game with the right attitude and were deservedly rewarded with 3 points. The biggest opponents were the wind and three week break which initially disrupted the Dragons rhythm.

The U18s  lost away to St Josephs with a depleted team

 The U17s had no match

The U15s lost away to Princess Park. The Dragons are gradually finding their feet in a difficult division.

 The U14As will be awarded 3 points as v AFC Wembley defaulted the match. A loss would meant a  2nd place finish but the effective win should lead to winning the division once the outcome of a previously abandoned match is determined by HYFL

The U14B beat Kodak Youth 6-1 away in the League Trophy Cup

 The U13s lost 4-6 away to Old Actonians in the last league match of the season. The Dragons got off to a bad start on a poorly marked pitch which was compounded by refereeing decision that had room for improvement. This was a match the Dragons could have won as all their goals came from well-connected play. It’s time for a cup of tea and relax. .

 The U12s beat Belmont United 4-2 at home in a match full of drama. The Dragons missed early chances and then scored a lovely tap in and a scoop over the goalie’s head before the ref gave Belmont an undeserved penalty which was magnificently saved. A few minutes later the Dragons conceded a sloppy goal and it was on to the second half and two further quality goals. To slightly mar the event minutes from the end a lack of communication between defence and goalie lead to an own Dragons goal.

 The U11s drew 1-1 at home with TFA Bushey As. The Dragons scored first but simply could not score again to cement a win. This was a draw which was almost the right result.  

The new U10s continue to train in preparation to joining the League.