The Reserves beat British Airways at home in the league.

Kensington Dragons Reserves 1 – 0 British Airways Reserves
After a 3 week break the Dragons looked very rusty in the early gambits. The muddy pitch wasn’t helping nor the constant losing of possession in midfield which was preventing any type of forward play. However as they absorbed the pressure, one young Dragon was already having a blinder, returning center back Will Conway. Constant headed clearances, last ditch tackles and his brilliant reading of the game were keeping the Dragons level.
As the half progressed they grew in confidence from this and began to play through midfield with Miles Spooner growing in his new role in holding midfield. Finally the front 3 were in play and Jack Lyons broke down the right receiving a great ball from striker Abdu Salmin. He rounded the  keeper but  disappointingly couldn’t avoid the defender on the line with his finish. However 3 corners later the Dragons had the lead. The third found, you guessed it, Will Conway to head home.
The second half began as a mirror image of the first, poor shape and sloppily losing possession in midfield and gifting half chance after half chance to BA. Keeper Joseph Muyanja was also now having a blinder, beating away 4 shots in as many minutes. The coach intervened and switched formation to give more cover and the Dragons looked more comfortable immediately. Late subs Louay Da Costa, Justas Krisciunas and Jon Laycock added some fresh impetus and the Dragons were unlucky not to add to their lead with 4 or 5 late chances, Laycock setting up Da Costa but a tame finish only found the last defender on the line.
However with Conway, Muyanja and Kieran Cox all having superb games the Dragons kept their clean sheet and moved into a more respectable mid table position after having been bottom before Christmas. Thoughts now switch to next weeks huge MCFA County Cup semi final.