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Soccability League October 2015
Clacton H4L A Squad:
Greg Lark Greg
Alex Seymour Tom Alex
Harry Walden Harry Tully Reece*
* Robbie and Reece swapped positions during the tournament
no subs for this tournament as Stef Carnevale, Jordan Ovenden and Kyle Thompson
were all unable to make the tournament for Clacton. There was a lot of concern
of how Clacton would do as with goalkeeper Kyle out defender Greg was forced to
play in goal for the first time since July 2012 meaning Tom Nicks had to
partner Alex in defence. Striker Robbie Ratcliffe, although retired through
injury is still on standby in case needed and was recalled to the squad.
making his debut for Clacton and played really well with Tully scoring in every
game. The pitch was larger and so were the goals. The tournament went perfect
for Clacton, with them winning all of their fixtures and conceding just 1 goal.
The games were 12 minutes straight and after all of them had been played, coach
Adam named Alex as his player of the tournament.
Cerebral Palsy Disability 4
Sport 2-0 Reece, Tully
off to a fantastic debut and soon opened the scoring. It took a while until
Tully scored but it was an amazing goal. Clacton won a free kick just outside
D4S's penalty area. Greg usually takes free kicks but as he had the goalkeeper
role Tully took it, who drilled a powerful shot into the top left corner. Greg
wasn't troubled at all and had no work to do.
Colchester Healthy 4 Life 2-1 Tully, Reece
had lost their opening game but looked like they might win this one when they
opened the scoring early in the game. Although Clacton were now under a lot of
pressure, they kept their attitudes going and eventually Tully managed to find
an equaliser. With Clacton now level, there was less pressure and towards the
end of the game Reece managed to find a late winner.
Colchester Disability 4 Sport A 1-0 Tully
D4S's final game of the tournament and they had won all of their other games
with clean sheets. Just as expected it certainly did turn out to be a challenge
for Clacton who were also making it a challenge for D4S, although Clacton were
more threatening. As a result of this Tully scored the only goal.
Porters A 2-0 Robbie, Tully
Porters 5-0 last October though Porters had been making their league debut, and
have improved over the course of last season. Robbie headed in the first and
Tully added the second. However, towards the end of the game Porters were the
more threatening but Greg was able to make all the saves that were required.