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(loaned from Porters B)
had come out top in the March tournament and were 5 points clear at the top of
the table with a massive goal difference. However, they were under a lot of
pressure in this one due to who they had in their squad. Tom Nicks was unable
to make this tournament, forcing Harry to play alongside Greg in defence,
Jordan Ovenden was on holiday and Dave Ashmore failed to turn up. Because of
this, Clacton ended up loaning a player from Porters B called Martin. Despite
the pressure, other results went their way causing them to come out 2nd in the
tournament which extended their lead to 6 points. Stef was Clacton's star
player for the tournament, making some very important tackles.
Porters A 2-0 Robbie
Stef unable to make the tournament on time, this game kicked off with 2 players
from Porters B in the Clacton A starting line-up. Once Stef arrived one of them
was substituted for Stef. Robbie found the net twice and Kyle made some
important saves, getting Clacton off to a good start. This win turned out to be
vital, as Clacton failed to score in all the remainder of their games.
Colchester H4L A 0-0
lost 1-0 to Colchester in the March tournament, and Harry spent the game
marking Colchester's main goal scorer. It ended up goalless, but Clacton were
happy with a draw.
Tendring Mental Health 0-0
are desperate to win the title back from their bitter rivals, who have dropped
in form recently. With Tendring having lost their first two games in the
tournament, Clacton knew a draw would be enough to see them come out better
than Tendring in the tournament. Again it finished as a no-score draw but of
course Clacton were more than happy with the result. Tendring ended up coming
out bottom in the tournament, failing to score in all their games.
Disability 4 Sport 0-1
today Clacton were unbeaten against D4S. For the majority of the game it was
looking like they were heading for a third goalless draw, but towards the end
of the game D4S managed to find a winner. Harry was moved from centre back to centre
forward in the hope that his height would receive a long ball and he would
manage to find an equaliser for Clacton. D4S won all their games with clean
sheets, and at the end of the tournament it turned out that this result had no
effect to how Clacton finished in the tournament, as if Clacton had won this
game they would have still come 2nd and D4S would have still come out top.