Match Report: U11 MCS vs Forres Sandle Manor
Moyles Court battled bravely but lost their first game against the strongest team in the competition. They then outplayed FSM only for a dubious penalty decision to be awarded against them and cause a one sided game to end 1-1.
Moyles Court were unable to progress from the group in the top two positions, but went through to the Plate Competition where a fantastic team display and brilliantly executed tactics saw them press the opposition and not allow them any time on the ball. Rohan Moss worked tirelessly, Evan and Adam battled bravely and Harrison elegantly displayed why he was arguably the most talented player on display throughout the entire tournament.
The team won two games comfortably to make it through to the final, avenging their 7-0 loss to LHS the previous week with a super 2-0 win in the semi-finals. Finley played well and Lewis made some good saves, whilst Tommy and Jack fought right to the end, but sadly Moyles Court lost 2-0 in the final to some truly terrific team goals. They can hold their heads up high for making the final, and Mr Hosking couldn’t be prouder of the improvements they have shown since their opening game of the season.
Moyles Court’s Man of the Tournament: Harrison
U13’s Moyles Court 6-a-side Football Tournament
Match Report: MCS vs Durlston
Moyles Court gave a very good account of themselves and were organised effectively defensively despite having never previously played a tournament together. For many of this team, this was their first competitive fixture for Moyles Court. Bobby made a number of good saves to keep the scores even and Joe and Oscar kept their attackers at bay. However, an unfortunate goal-keeping error led to Durlston scoring the winning goal and the game finished 1-0. Man of the Match: Bobby
MCS vs Dumpton
Bobby and Jaime swapped positions to allow both to experience the goal-keeping and outfield positions. Unfortunately, the tactic didn’t go to plan and Moyles Court let in two goals in quick succession. The 3-0 final score was harsh on Moyles Court, who were much more attacking in this game and had fashioned some very good chances. Man of the Match: Joe
MCS vs Port Regis
Moyles Court began this game on the front foot and looked very lively in the opening minute. Much of the attacking play was by the home team. However, disaster struck as the opposition counter-attacked and scored against the run of play. Moyles Court more than held their own and were unlucky to concede two late goals when attempting to find a way back into the match.Final score 3-0
Man of the Match: Oscar
MCS vs Leehurst Swan
Moyles Court played their best overall game, with Bradley and Leo looking impressive and much more comfortable as the tournament progressed. Jaime was very dangerous on the left wing with Alex and Gabriel linking up well to create a range of decent chances. Leehurst Swan took the lead against the run of play and quickly grabbed a second goal. However, Moyles Court immediately looked more aggressive after the kick-off and scored within minutes as Alex and Gabriel linked up nicely on the right before Gabriel slotted in from close range. Moyles Court then dominated the rest of the game and were unlucky not to grab a well-deserved equaliser. Final score: Moyles Court 1 – 2 LHS
Man of the Match: Gabriel
U16’s Moyles Court 6-a-side Football Tournament
Moyles Court played three games against Leehurst Swan, BCS ‘’A’’ and BCS ‘’B’’. Although we lost all three games narrowly, there were some notable performances from Jacob Smith who in midfield was our main playmaker, Harry who defended solidly throughout the tournament, Aidan who showed excellent ball skills in all the games and Josh who in goal made numerous saves that kept us in the games. Despite some aggression at times from the opposition, Moyles Court displayed great sportsmanship and their application and effort throughout the tournament was exemplary.
Man of the Match: Jacob and Harry