U11 Boys Football
Last week our U11 boys football team was in action playing Newport in the league.
U11 Boys v Newport.
A frustrating game which saw Greenmount have most of the possession but without turning this into goals. A battling performance all round with every player trying hard to secure a win. We put together some promising moves linking well to create shooting opportunities and had a number of shots on goal.
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Greenmount continued to attack but were unable to find the equalising goal. FT 1-0.
” A battling performance from all of our players, who never gave up. I thought that we were the better team on the day but football can be a cruel game and sometimes the better team does not always win. I can see the development in the players which is great! Well done lads, now we need to take our battling spirit onto the next game v St Thomas”.