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Boys Under 11 Football

Southglade 2 Vs 4 Robin Hood

Robin Hood 4 Vs 2 Westglade


Thursday 22nd September 2016 saw the start of the new boys football league kicking off with Robin Hood entertaining Southglade and Westglade. Both games were challenging games last season with Robin Hood losing to both of these teams. However with the new season meaning a fresh start, Robin Hood started the season as they hope to progress with a higher placed finish than last year. The boys played both games without any fear and showcased some fantastic one touch football at times blowing both opponents away with two focused and disciplined performances winning both games 4-2.


A massive well done to the boys that played who should be very proud of their individual performances.

Robin Hood 2 Vs 2 Rise Park

Henry Whipple 0 Vs 5 Robin Hood


The boys football team continued their season unbeaten playing two competitive games that showed great character, and some lovely attacking football. Robin Hood started the evening playing against a resilient Rise Park team and led them 2-0, however the boys had switched off in the game and conceded two late goals to end the game in a draw.

Robin Hood then went on to play Henry Whipple and convincingly won 5-0. 

Warren 1 Vs 2 Robin Hood

Robin Hood 5 Vs 1 Henry Whipple


It was another successful evening for the year 5/6 Robin Hood boys football team who managed to battle to two hard fought victories. Both games were extremely competitive and the Robin Hood boys were made to work very hard. The game against Warren saw Robin Hood go 1-0 down in the first half, but they soon came out fighting in the second half to bring the score level and eventually get the winner minutes from time. However it could have been a whole different story if our goalkeeper hadn't been in the form he has shown in previous games but more so in the game against Warren who put in a man of the match display.

Robin Hood then played Henry Whipple and even though the score line suggest differently the boys were put to the test and had to defend extremely hard. The boys defending soon paid off as they were able to hit Henry Whipple on the counter attack to get the goals to win the game.