Results W/E 20 October 2019

All the Dragons teams have been beaten at some point this season, so it was great to see the U12 Girls leading the way with a huge 9-1 win to encourage the Club:

The U17 Reds were awarded a win because Belmont United could not field a team.

The U17 Whites lost at home to St Josephs

The U16s were beaten 1-4 away by Headstone Manor Hawks. The Dragons had a good first half but were let down as the match progressed by their fitness.

The U14 Boys beat Celtic 5-3 at home. For a time, it looked as if this would be a very close match, but the Dragons scintillating football proved too much for Celtic.

The U14 Girls had no match.

The U13s lost to League Leaders Wealdstone at home. The Dragons were up against it from the very first kick of the ball. The positives for the Dragons were that it was competitive and hard fought for the entire match. The Dragons tried to play as a team throughout and, although they lost heavily, it was not a true reflection of the match. Even the most optimistic Dragon would say however that “There is room for Soo much improvement”.

The U12 Boys drew 2-2 with Chiswick Medonians away. If truth be told the Dragons were a little apprehensive as some key players had escaped to desert islands over half term. At 0-2 down Dragons fans feared the worst but were proved wrong as their team played with grit and determination to pull back to a well-deserved 2-2 draw.   

The U12 Girls beat Alexandra Park North 9-1 at home. On a bright and sunny Saturday morning the Dragons great mood was translated into a fantastic game of football.  With little direction from their coach they attacked from the start and fired in 3 goals in the first 10mins, whilst defending well, so that by half time it was 5-1. The second half was much the same as the Dragons dominated to score 4 more fantastic goals.  A wonderful Dragons performance.

The U11 Boys were beaten away by Pitshanger. The Dragons played well in fits and starts but are still going through the pain of being a new team playing ferocious oppositions. The young Dragons who stick at it will be pleased by the end of the season by how much they have improved.

The U11 Girls had no match

The U10s trained as they prepare to be entered in the League

The Reserves drew 1-1 with LNER in a hard-fought match

The First Team had no match