OWFC Newsletter No. 1581

Football Newsletters  •  Posted 14th March 2016

OWFC Newsletter No. 1581

Gentlemen, after a long absence the website is back and up and running. Unfortunately this week none of the teams in action decided to submit match reports or even report the goal-scorers. This is completely unacceptable and it is the first time it has occurred in the 46 years Mike has been editing the newsletter. Mike works extremely hard to create the newsletter and give us all an insight in to the goings on at the club, so it is extremely disappointing to hear he has received nothing this weekend. I refer you all back to Newsletter No. 1570 where Mike encouraged a greater response and even provided suggested reports, which I have copied below. He also warned that if no match reports were received he would report on the Crystal Palace game, thankfully they managed to win this weekend so there is some positive news.

In the end only four OWFC teams were in action this weekend, which resulted in two wins and two defeats. The 3s won 1-0 against Norsemen and the 7s won 5-1 against South Bank Cuaco. The 5s and 6s suffered defeats, losing 5-2 to West Wickham and 1-0 to Civil Service.

Here is your handy match report guide:

On a wet/blustery/dry afternoon the *XI played ******* on a bumpy/rutted/bare/perfect pitch in another search for league points/cup glory. Following last week’s tremendous/poorperformance, confidence was high/we needed to regain some pride and it was not long before we took the lead/conceded a goal as a consequence of an excellent move/some shocking defensive play, and things got even better/deteriorated further when we scored again/conceded another. There was no further score before half-time when our skipper emphasised that we must not be complacent/needed to put in more effort in the remaining 45 minutes as our opponents/we were still in the game and we would have to earn our victory/could still get something out of the game. The second half was a completely different story/saw more of the same, as we scored **** further goals/conceded **** further goals/threw away a **** goal lead/completely out-played our opponents and scored a late winner to take all three points. Good games from **** and *** but ‘Man of the Match’ was **** for his commanding display in defence/domination in midfield/second half hat-trick and, to sum it up, if we continue with this form then we will be picking up silverware/fighting a relegation battlecome the end of the season.

See, easy!


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