League action returned this month, although in some unusual circumstances. The first team travelled to Kirton Athletic in the season opener, all raring to go, only for a good pre-season campaign to unravel and return home with no points and no goals. Losing 3-0.
The reserves started their league campaign the same weekend making the short trip to Leiston FC ‘A’ with a bare 11. Losing 5-1. Our goal coming from Jordan Payne (Sponsored by the Railway Tavern).
The second week saw the firsts take the long trip to Cockfield, a place for mixed results in the past. We went 2-0 in the first 15 minutes from 2 out the box strikes by Connor Banks (Sponsored by Claba Creative), the hosts brought it back to 2-2 before Jack Ward-Wickins slotted home the 3rd from a tight angle, celebrating by falling to the floor with cramp. Backs against the wall defending with the hosts piling on the pressure saw a dubious penalty be given with 5 minutes to go. The Cockfield striker stepped up and cooly slotted it past Joe in goal. The game looked like it was going to finish up there, but after a foul given the Cockfield half for the Sax, we pushed players forward, Sean Taylor knocked the ball towards the back post, the ball pin-balled around before Will Stebbings (Sponsored by R&R Carpentry) took control and forced the ball into the back of the net for The Sax to snatch 3 points. Not a pretty performance, but we got the job done in the end.
The reserves unfortunately couldn’t raise a side that week due to illness, injury and holidays – Something we don’t want to make a habit of.
The reserves did have a game the following week – Taking the long trip to Bury Town F.C Rams. The boys put in a complete performance and returned with 3 points after a 5-0 scoreline. Goals from Aaron Church (Sponsored by the Railway Tavern), Dan Blowers, Charlie Felton, Sean Taylor & Aiden Midwinter.
October brings weekly fixtures for the first team, with a cup visit to Div One’s Stowupland Falcons, and finally our first home fixture on the 24th. The reserves continue their campaign on the 10th October, away to Bacton Utd ‘A’.
In club news, we still have our secretary position open, if anybody would like to join our committee as the footballing secretary for the adults teams, please send an email to email@example.com.
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