Match Reports for Saturday 18th October 2014

2nd XI - LOST v Old Blues 1st XI (Away). Old Boys’ Cup For the third week in a row the lads had to travel to Richmond to face Old Blues first Xl. Unfortunately there were only eleven players available for selection; the team were in for a tough day without any substitutes. The starting line up saw Mario in goal with the usual back four of Chris, Kyri, Paul and Sean. Sam, Lenos, George Beef and Rob made up the midfield with Pani and George Winter up front. The match started evenly both teams battling over possession during the opening exchanges, Old Blues looked to keep the ball whilst we sat deeper looking to soak up the pressure. They were drilled to keep the ball so we allowed them to pas

Match Reports for Saturday 11th October 2014

2nd XI - WON 1-0 (Away) v Southbank Cuaco, League. Goalscorer - George Michaels A trip to South London always creates a more determined feel amongst the group to come home with all 3 points and make a statement of intent. With a full squad at our disposal we started the game in our traditional 4-4-2 formation with Mario between the sticks; Defence consisting of Rob, Sean, Kyri, Christos; Midfield anchors of Lenos and Adam with Kieron and Niam on the wings, spearheading the attack both our 'big men' Pani and George 'Beef'. Old Stationers won the toss and decided to swap ends and play uphill first half, a tactic we believe works very well in that the first 45 we grind down our opponents in the

Match Reports - Saturday 4th October 2014

OSFC 4th XI vs West Wickham 5th XI Lost 4-2 A tough encounter against a well organised and sparky West Wickham team saw us exit the League Cup on Saturday but it was a strong performance and on another day with better finishing we would have progressed to the next round. Indeed, the watching referee's assessor was of the view afterwards that we should never have fallen behind and probably had about 60% possession. The first 15 minutes saw us push forward and create several chances but without really troubling the keeper, shots going wide and high rather than goalbound, but it was encouraging to see our wingers getting crosses in with some regularity and the midfield trio was working hard

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