Nick Dunlop ⚽⚽⚽, Jamie Swainston ⚽⚽, Matt Castignetti ⚽
Saturday 13 October 2018
Muswell Hill Sports Ground, Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP
SAL Junior Division 4 North
Match Report from Connor Eldrett
this game is a must see, the two sides have played each other already this season and it ended in a disappointing result of the Vamps losing 5-1. We got some new faces in such as Barney and Alex to boost the quality of our defence.
EBOG kicked the game off, the vamps were really looking for this win to kick start are season. Within 10mins for the game Nick Dunlop has got us the 1-0 lead with an assist from Ryan Horswell. It didn't end there in 30 mins we was 3-0 up and Dunlop has got his Hat-trick Nick and the team was putting all efforts that we need too to win this game but at half time we conceded are goal just because we didn't keep are concentration for the last 5mins of the first half. 3-1.
We have kicked off the second half and we was playing some good football and we was looking for more goals but 15mins have gone in the second half and our player Dunlop has we taken out and went down in some real pain with his ankle we had call 999 for an ambulance which took about an hour to arrive. We carry on with game we moved are nets to the next pitch.
All the vamps players showed me and the club that the 6s do mean business and want to win trophies for the club . 5 mins has played from moving pitches and Matt Castignetti has picked up his first Vamps goal , hopefully many to come from him It didn’t take long for his second within 5 mins after his first which made it 5-1. We were looking for more goal but this one wasn't the type of goal you would expect but don't get me wrong it was a beautiful header but a shame it was an own goal by Ryan Horswell to make it 5-2. It was the last 5mins of the game and we are getting the chance to counter against the run of play and Jamie Swainston has come up with the goods and has chipped it past the keeper to make it 6-2 .
Full-time was called and I was so proud of my players in this game and with how we keep improving each week, we play better as a team and we bringing our own style of football to the club.
Nick Dunlop has a sprain and will be out for a while wishing him a speedy recovery.