Panthers and Tigers both win

PUBLISHED: 16:48 14 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:13 11 May 2010

Melbourn Dynamos Panthers Under-sevens MELBOURN Dynamos under-sevens Panthers showed real strength throughout their game against Pin Green and were unlucky not to score in the first half. Playing uphill in the second half, Melbourn continued passing super

Melbourn Dynamos Panthers

Under-sevens

MELBOURN Dynamos under-sevens Panthers showed real strength throughout their game against Pin Green and were unlucky not to score in the first half.

Playing uphill in the second half, Melbourn continued passing superbly and drove the ball forward with some excellent defending from man-of-the-match Callum Roberts.

Melbourn's relentless attacks finally drew reward in the second half with a well deserved goal from Cameron King coming out of a strong run through the middle.

The match finished 1-0 to Melbourn.

Melbourn Dynamos Tigers

Under-sevens

A SUPERB display of teamwork from the Tigers quickly took them into the lead with a fine goal from Toby Locking, the outstanding man-of-the-match.

Melbourn's passing was superb, finding spaces and leading to some excellent runs from all areas of the pitch.

A well taken goal from Teddy Bridges and another from Toby Locking took the final score to 3-0 to Melbourn.

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