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Match Reports

  • England vs Scotland 2017

    Goodison Park was the venue for the famous Auld Enemy clash between England and Scotland on Thursday 18th May and it was Scotland who prevailed after a brilliant 2nd half of attacking football saw them beat England 3-5.

  • Everton Game 2 2017

    A bright and cloudy afternoon on Thursday 18th May was a good metaphor for what transpired on the pitch, where the Home team won by a staggering 16-4, ending the game victors over an Away side which despite the score-line showed plenty of heart and created a lot of chances throughout the game. It was certainly a fantastic game for fans of goals!

  • Everton Game 1 2017

    The sun was shining down on a Goodison Park that was prepared to host a day of entertaining matches. First up were Everton’s G1 player’s, who took to the field both looking for a win, though it was the Home side that came Away from a brilliant contest the victors, after both sides battled and created many chances, the clinical Home side got the goals that were needed.

  • Man City Game 1 2017

    The Manchester skies were slightly grey on Wed 17th May when the Etihad Stadium hosted the Football Aid 2017 clash. Despite the dull weather, it was all sunshine and rainbows for the Away side, who edged a thrilling contest 2-4. There were an abundance of chances for both teams but in the end the Away team triumphed thanks to their ability to take more of their chances.

  • Brentford 2017

    The Brentford players in our 1st ever game at Griffin Park were met with grey evening skies when they came out the tunnel on Thu 25th May. However whilst the weather may have disappointed, the game certainly didn’t and a thrilling contest saw the Home side go on to win 6-4, however the Bees were challenged every step of the way by a resilient Away side.

  • England vs Rep Ireland 2017

    The Stadium of Light hosted its second game of the day on a slightly damp and grey Monday 15th May. And the number 15 was, surprisingly, a very telling number for the England side as they put on an unstoppable performance to come out on top against the Republic of Ireland team 15-4, in a fantastic game for any football fan to watch.

  • Sunderland 2017

    It was a grey and cloudy morning when the Stadium of Light hosted the first match of the day on Monday 15th May. Both sides were ready for the early kick off after a thorough warm up from Black Cats Legends Micky Horswill, Gary Bennett and Darren Holloway and it was the away side that were hungry for goals, as they came out of the match 0-9 winners.

  • Celtic Game 2 2017

    It was a bright and welcoming afternoon at Celtic Park on Sunday 14th May and the famous stadium was to be the setting for an 8 goal thriller, which saw some truly superb goals being scored from both sides. In the end the Home side won by the narrow margin of 5-3, but both teams could be rightly proud of their excellent efforts.

  • Celtic Game 1 2017

    It was a pleasant and sunny day on Sunday 14th May, which saw Celtic Park hosting Football Aid games for the 17th straight year, and the action on the pitch didn’t disappoint again, with the Hoops players serving up an enthralling game for the watching fans in the stand. In the end the Away team won a close game 4-5, and it was undoubtedly a hard fought victory.

  • Nottingham Forest 2017

    It was an extremely sunny and warm morning as both teams emerged onto the spectacular playing surface at The City Ground. The Home team, led by skipper Ben Griffiths and Legend Craig Armstrong, started the better of the two teams and quickly established an early lead which they extended to 6-3 midway through in the 2nd half.