2006 2007 UNDER 9 Hawks
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|Sun 5th November 2006||Hawks
U9 2 Enfield Rangers Black U9 5 [aet]
Squad : Zafir Jamil, Ronnie Forbes, Dominic Legister, Ewan Tocher, Charlie Hewett, Alfie Jenner, James Bowen, Harry Morris.
Firework Night came early on
sunday, as Cup football descended on woodside. The WFL Challenge Cup,
brought with it, thrills, spills, a penalty shoot out and a cracker of
WELL DONE LADS.
|Sun 29th Oct 2006||Evergreen Youth 2 v U9 Hawks 0|
Squad : Zaf Jamil, Ronnie Forbes, Dominic Legister, Ewan Tocher, Charlie Hewitt, Alfie Jenner, Jack Harris, Harry Morris.To Abbotts Langley and the eagerly awaited fixture with group leaders Evergreen Youth.
From the start the Hawks left the blocks like dervishes and carried out
a relentless bombardment on the opponents area. A succession of crosses,
through balls and shots kept evergreen on the back foot for the whole
of the first half.
The start of the
second half continued with the Hawks producing a scintilating performance,
but alas, the effects of such a high tempo game, coupled with head and
face injuries to Ewan Tocher & Alfie Jenner respectively, a nasty
crack on the shin for Charlie `the governer` Hewitt and the effects of
a heavy saturday night for Ronnie Forbes momentarily took their toll,
Evergreens first foray into the Hawks half saw them pinch a sneaky goal.
Unfortunately another soon followed, but this was still against the run
of play and only spured the Hawks into launching another salvo of attacks,
causing Evergreen to make two goal line clearances.
Well done the Hawks.
|Sun 1st Oct 2006||Under 9 Hawks 0 Hadley Rangers 4|
Despite a spirited performance, including some spectacular gaolkeeping by Zaf Jamil and a man of the match performance from Ronnie Forbes, the u9Hawks succumbed to a number of pieces of bad luck. A gritty all round effort was not enough to overcome a brace of own goals and the familiar looking skills of Hadleys other scorer number 10.
The sight of
a blacked out Lincoln Navigator parked pitch side & the emergence
of the statuesque blonde, Dutch looking driver joining the spectators
may have been a clue. No not Britt Ekland, but a Mr Berkamp, yes Dennis
Berkamp, pitch side, to cheer on his son, number 10 for Hadley.That was
the only difference between two entertaining sides. A sporting contest
refereed by the outstanding Nick Legister.