A comprehensive victory for the 5s this week, against a weak Kidlington side. The goal mouth remained busy and congested throughout the match, and at half time Hawks had only the slimmest of one - nil leads, courtesy of a sweetly struck pc strike by Lotty , having received the zippy injection from the her twin Buffy some 14.5 meters away. Something of a family affair, that one.
After a good half time team talk, with some good inputs by Jacs Clean Sheet Barlow, cameoing in goals for Hawks, which spurred the team onto a second pc conversion, within five minutes, this time finished off by an ever vigilant Lydia from 157cm out.
The words of our GK ringing in our ears, we exploited all the lovely space the tiring Kidlington players gifted us with ease and impunity , using wide left and wide right channels, Caroline as a most effective central pivot, the halves and midfield swarming all over the pitch and our defence playing well up the field preventing most of the long balls getiing anywhere near Jacs. As the fatigue began to take its toll on the opposition, our superiority and dominance prevailed. The last quarter of the match saw the same twin grabbing a second from 569cm out, Caitlin slamming one into the back board from a sweet move around the D ( some great decision making and top team play ) from approximately 345cm out. Sherene Tom Daly Butler fully justified the £250`s of kit she was sporting on her legs alone, by fully diving into the goal mouth to convert a post rebound from 0.2 cm out from the goal line. Finally, Pip, having teleported in from West Oxfordshire surpisingly on time, got on the end of some hard graft along the goal line by Georgie to deflect one in to the side netting from approximately 478cm.
A 6-0 victory with no short corners conceded by our defence. Three points. Thank you Kidlington, and good night.
Alice got MoM for her great work in a new position as a half back.