Reminder – in accordance with FA rules we do not publish the results of teams participating in U7 to U11 games. We celebrate effort, teamwork and participation in the younger teams.
Pearls (U8) sponsored by Mini Monsters
It’s all come down to the last game of the season. A hot sunny morning against a very strong and physical Kempston Rovers team. A game that throughout the season has produced intense and very closely fought matches.
Kempston took an early lead but it was quickly level through a strike by Miami who has been an absolute goal machine through the season. Kempston Rovers again struck back with a powerful shot from outside the area. Looping over Crystal in goal into the corner of the goal.
The Pearls again came forward, a pass into the box converted by Holly into the bottom right corner. End to end stuff and another Kempston Vs Pearls classic was on! Half time.
It was Kempston who came out of the starting blocks quicker and took another goal with them. This time a dribble from half way and poked into the corner. The score remained unchanged as Miami littered the opposition goal with shots, including an ambitious strike from a free kick near the half way line. Kempston goalie was having a fantastic game. Crystal in the Pearls goal was having a great game to. Several times coming off her line to sweep up the ball.
The last 10 minutes, Nia struck at the near post the ball bouncing off the post and in. 3-3. With 3 minutes left on the clock it was Miami again with a lightning dribble and shot into the corner of the goal meant that the Pearls were in the lead for the first time!
Kempston threw their team forward and it was a very tense last few minutes as They piled on the pressure. A last second free kick for Kempston on the edge of the area whistled past the far post. Game over.
A very closely fought and nerve shredding game for the coaches and parents. Both teams played so well and will be very much up for the rematch!
Wolves (U9) sponsored by ANV Measurement Systems
MK City Wolves finished their season with a great performance at Shenley Kites. Wolves battled hard against a resolute defence and the hot sun, finding 2 goals in quick succession in the second half with Eden sweeping home a beautiful half volley and Dries running on to a through ball and finishing neatly in the bottom corner.
All the boys were in fine form and working as hard as ever and really putting into practice the passing in the final third that we had been working on in training recently. The man of the match went to all of the team to congratulate them all on a great first season as a team.
U14 Tigerseye sponsored by WAC Agency
This weekend the Tigerseye played a friendly against MK United. For a newly formed team they had some very strong players. Tigerseye were first to strike with a good run by Lauren and an equally good finish from Gabby.
MK United quickly pulled it back to 1-1 … Amelie put us ahead going in at half time … United equalised at the start of the second half.
Holly put us ahead again with a brilliant solo goal, running down the wing and shooting straight across into the goal. 3-3….this game was so close, end to end stuff !!!
Amelie sealed the game with her second goal. Kathlyn came close, the coaches Lauryn and Cameron are eagerly awaiting her first goal for the team.
After a run of bad luck the team deserved the win. The team played well despite the raising temperatures.
As always great support from the player’s family’s and friends.
Parents player Amelie
Managers player Kathlyn
Oppositions player Kya
Jaspers (U9) sponsored by Brioche Pasquier
Jaspers travelled away to a very strong team called Leighton. This was a team that all the girls needed to defend and work together as a team. Jaspers’ defence worked well and did not allow any of them to get near the goal.
All the girls played a top game and our managers player was Courtney along with Lucy being parents player.
It was a VERY BUSY weekend for Jaspers as on the Sunday bright and early the girls all put their kit back on and went to Linslade where they played a brilliant game once again but their defence was just too strong .
The managers player was Lucy for amazing goal keeping all the time and Allegra got parents player. Well done Jasper’s keep up the hard work.
Then finally a little bit of fun for the Jasper’s and some of the Topaz u10, wearing their shorts and plain tops and their jackets they represented the club with making hologram pictures which will be showing in the Middleton Hall. It was a great day 🙂
Jets (U11) sponsored by WAC Agency
Not a good end to our league season with a loss, but we did play the best team in our U11 league of 24. We didn’t play terribly but I know we can do better. Now we look forward to 9v9 football for the new season. A great goal for Kitty.
Girl of the match: Eloise