Vets match v Perkins won 9.2

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From: Darrell May Date: 13 March 2016 at 14:25:44 GMT To: Neil King Subject: Re: Directions

Hi Neil,

Please find attached the match report.I Have the subs and Roy has the kit.

On a fantastic Sunny morning 13 fine tuned athletes turned up in Peterborough at the hardest ground to find in Cambridgeshire. With King, Clarkie and Sedge away Dazer was asked to pick and run the side. After a heavy night previoulsy Dazzer made a hash of the team selection missing Chris off the team sheet and only starting with 10 men. He soon realised and put Connors on for his first start in vets after reaching 35 last week.

Hemingford youthful and full of energy played some fantastic football in the first twenty minutes. The 19 year old goal keeper in Perkins goal was really busy. The first goal game from some great work starting from Kevin Anderson , two touch, Paul and Howard making Perkins concede a own goal after 3 minutes. After 10 minutes some great one touch and one two set Dazzer( the quicker one of the two) score a great left foot goal.

Jardine out on pitch for the first time since Glen went missing in action was playing the best game in a Heminford shirt. Laying off some great passes and scoring one of the best goals he has ever scored to make it three nil. Perkins were struggling to live with Hemingford . However they seemed to have a sniper. I am not going to name any names Glen twice, Big Kev and Roy but the sniper was all over you guys. However the award goes to GLEN.

Anyway back to the game Paul playing right side of midfield but seemed all over the place got a great fourth. Just before half time Perkins got around the back of Hemingford back four as Connors the marauding Centre half left the team exposed and the best cross, shot of the season made if 4-1 at half time.

At Half time not alot to say as Hemingford were well on top . Roy came on for Howard who was nursing his Groin strain.

Perkins started really strongly in the second half for 10 minutes. The Jardine scored his second and third very quickly driven by Connors, Two touch , Chris and Kevin Anderson doing all the hard work to give Jardine his chances. Dazzer then changed goal keepers with Jardine going in goal and Glen coming out on pitch. Well done Jardine, limited moaning great hold up play, three well taken goals and only two other chances missed.

Hemingford continued to play some great passing, movement football and unfortunately Glen pack from a lay off got shot twice in two quick successions. However the skill and pace for a big man got him a great back healed goal made by Kev Anderson and Two touch.

The goal of the game came from a 25 yard shot which swerved into the top corner from Kev Anderson after Paul had hit the bar.

Perkins got a second after the very aggressive 19 year old goal keeper came out on pitch to make it 8-2 .

Perkins were starting to give up as Hemingford drove forward at will. Glen made it 9-2 shortly before the end and had to shoot off for his afternoon gig in Pantomine.

A great morning to play football. Some great performances and Banter which makes us all want to come back next week.

XXX please note the M.O.M this week is our super keeper/ striker for his hat trick Jardine Bell. Well done mate. It does prove people like you and it's not a black thing ha ha Kingy

On 10 March 2016 at 17:46, Neil King wrote:

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From: Kevin Johnson Date: 4 March 2016 at 15:58:42 GMT To: Subject: Directions Hi Neil

Directions for the game on 13th March


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