Boys’ Year 11 Football

Year 11 Boys Football After a gruelling defeat to local rivals Tudor Grange (Redditch) last week, the year 11 boys were raring to go in the second round of the county cup against Pershore. The game started slowly, with Trinity on the back-foot. Was this going to be a repeat of last week? Arran had other ideas. After an inch-perfect pass by Kenzie to Arran, who beat the pressing goalkeeper to the ball, Arran buried the ball in the bottom left corner. The flood gates were open and the goals came pouring in. Just moments after, Jackson found himself with the ball, facing away from goal. Jackson turned and fired the ball into the bottom left corner. No one expected Jackson to shoot, let alone score. The whistle blew for half time and the boys came off the field with their tails up. Into the second half, Pershore couldn’t live with the pressure of Trinity. The boys wanted more goals. Arran received the ball on the right and beat his defender with his pace like Gareth Bale against Barcelona. Arran whipped the ball into the box where Jackson was waiting. The Pershore goalkeeper and defender lacked communication, which allowed Jackson to tap the ball in unmarked. Pershore didn’t give up, though, and managed to score a goal, leaving goalkeeper Troy frustrated, as he didn’t keep his clean sheet after a brilliant game. Trinity did not let the goal phase them as Brad scored a typical poacher’s goal, which was ruled off-side. Brad was determined to get his name on the scoresheet, so after another perfect pass from Arran, Brad put the ball in the back of the net. Trinity saw the game out confidently and the game finished 4-1. Trinity were back to their winning ways and are looking forward to the quarter final of the county cup against either Ridgeway or Tudor Grange (Worcester).

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