Results W/E 14th April 2024

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The Firsts just lost 1-2 to League leaders Shepherds Bush at home.
The Dragons took this game right to the wire and put in an almighty performance that jeopardised Shepherd’s Bush’s title challenge. On home turf, it shows what the Dragons are capable off and the heights they can achieve. A victory of sorts can be taken from this defeat.

The Blues had no game.

The Old Dragonians had no game and instead played a friendly against the U18 Boys.

The new U11 Boys had no game.

The U12 Boys Red beat Northfields United 3-2 away in the League Trophy. After going 0-2 down in the first half, the Dragons put on a display of real grit to come back to win. They showed what determination and teamwork can do.

The U12 Boys White were awarded an automatic home win to LJJ Frontiers in the League Trophy.

The U13 Boys had no game.

The U14 Boys drew 2-2 at home to Kodak in the League Trophy. Kodak are in a higher division than the Dragons and so assumed they would coast to an easy win. They were disabused in this highly charged competitive match. With the score at 2-1 to the Dragons, Kodak were lucky to equalise minutes from the end.

The U15 Boys beat the Eight FC 7-4 at home in a convincing win. This was the sixth win in six matches for the Dragons who have turned around their season from a mid season wobble. A fantastic performance to end the league games.

The U16 Boys were awarded an automatic home win against Old Actonians.

The U17s lost 2-5 away to Hillingdon Abbots in a match that was much closer than the scoreline suggests. The Abbots scored two fine goals but were gifted another 3 by Dragons’ mistakes. A 2-2 score would have been a better reflection on the match.

The U18 Boys had no game.

The U10 Boys trained.

The new U11 Girls beat Whetstone Wanderers 5-1 at home. The Dragons displayed fantastic patterns of play, with precise passing, solid teamwork and high fitness levels from the start to the final whistle. Whetstone simply could not compete.

The U13 Girls just lost 3-4 to Denham United away. A nail biting and tense game where the Dragons played incredibly well and were unlucky not to celebrate a win by the end.

The U14 Girls were beaten 1-5 by Barnet Nightingales at home in the Semi Final of the League Cup. The Dragons knew how big an opportunity this was to reach their first final. Despite the scoreline, it was incredibly evenly matched in the first half which ended 1-1. The Dragons battled valiantly but eventually slid to defeat, with the match clashing with Easter and a full squad not available.

The U16 Girls had no game.

The U10s Trained