First Team keep the pressure on with 3 vital points

Marsh Rangers 2 v 3 Kensington DragonsFC

The first game in the final month of Dragons season and the rhetoric remained ‘Win the next game!’. With a team in the lower half of the league and Dragons having to play them twice in these final run of games it was important to lay down a marker. In the opening thirty minutes of the game it was one-way traffic from the Dragons with wave after wave of attackdoing everything but scoring a goal. Whilst there was caution at the potential threat at the other end it was more when the lead would be taken than if. Then it came, a nice through ball from Malone found Navarro who in his first start for the first team was able to mark it with a goal and send the visitors into the break with an underwhelming lead.

Straight after the restart the home team capitalised from a relaxed approach from their opposition and brought the scoring back level. This woke Dragons up and a determined run from Soussi down the right cut back for Nalu Moso who gave Dragons the lead once more. Some indecisive play in the final third meant the lead was not extended further until the last fifteen minutes when a nice one-two between Nalu Moso and Madden allowed Nalu Moso to extend his and Dragons tally for the day. Marsh Rangers continued to push and their determined attitude brought them a goal five minutes from time. A less than comfortable end to the game for Dragons as a result but with enough to see the game out and claim the three points. The days objective had been achieved if not as convincingly as hoped. Lancaster await Dragons on Tuesday evening leading to the massive title decider against LPOSSA on Saturday.