Finally, the cold snap as broken and football is back in action!! As teams returned to the pitches this weekend, they produced lots of goals and some great wins. Just what we love to see!Â Thank you to everyone who let Mitoo know about their teamÂ results over the weekend.
Tied 1-1 in a semi final cup game, Eltham Town B gave away a penalty kick in the 85th minute. Luckily the keeper was on his toes and stopped the shot! Eltham Town played strong through extra time and emerged victorious with a 4-2 score. Itâ€™s on to the finals for Eltham!
The ball kept finding the back of the net for Wansdyke Sports FC, who scored an impressive 11 goals in match against Kingsmead Reserves. The final score was 11-2. Out of all the posts on our Facebook page, Wansdyke reported the highest amount of goals scored. Is there anyone else who got over 10?
In another high scoring game, the Tone Youth Wasps U14 came out on top against Staplegrove U14 9-0. Proud mum Nicola Lilly gives a shout out to her son Adam Lilly, who scored five of the nine goals, putting him on 36 so far for the season in all competitions. Way to go Adam!!
Facebook fan Ollie Hurrey was on our page supporting The Ship FC on Friday, but unfortunately they lost the London Junior Cup quarter final to Inter Trac FC 1-0. Keep cheering The Ship on Ollie! A win will surely come!!
In the under 13 Middlesex County Cup semi final, Brunswick pulled off a win over the Old Actonians, but not without the Actonians putting up a fight. They were down 6-1 but made a comeback and forced Brunswick to fight until the end, leaving the final score 6-4. Great job to both teams!
Here at Mitoo, we are beyond excited that everyone is out playing football again after the dreadful cold weather. We love hearing your stories, so make sure to let us know how your team is doing on our Facebook page or on Twitter. Again, great job to everyone who played over the weekend!!