Moyles Court were in good spirits following their previous narrow loss against Hampshire Collegiate School, which ended in a 3-2 defeat. However, it was Park who scored the first goal in the game to break the deadlock. Moyles Court responded through a high quality passage of play from Harrison, man of the match in the last outing and Jack. The two combined for Jack to slot in his first ever goal for Moyles Court. He soon followed it up with a second before Harrison slotted home to make it 3-1.
Moyles Court were well on top in this match and provided some of the football that has ever been seen at the school. Notably, the positioning of the players, passing and first touches of the MCS players were of a good standard. Jack and Harrison both completed their hat-tricks, with Jack netting another to bring his tally to four. Bryan and Alex also found the net to bring the final score to 9-2 in favour of Moyles Court School. Rohan and Alex were also notable performers who ensured that Moyles Court nullified the Park attack and were able to start moves off on their own.
Final Score: Moyles Court School 9 – 2 Park School
Man-of-the-Match: Jack, with four goals to his tally and a performance that he will never forget! An honourable mention must go to Harrison Hughes for also scoring a hat-trick.