Ickwell tame the tigers
Bedwell Rangers Tigers 0 Ickwell and Old Warden 0 Under-15s Division One WHAT a difference confidence makes. After a week off without a game – last week the boys from Ickwell were ball boys at Stevenage Borough for their game against Kidderminster Harrier
Bedwell Rangers Tigers 0 Ickwell and Old Warden 0
Under-15s Division One
WHAT a difference confidence makes.
After a week off without a game - last week the boys from Ickwell were ball boys at Stevenage Borough for their game against Kidderminster Harriers - the team travelled to one of the strongest sides in the league, Bedwell.
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The team was given a boost with Joe coming back into the side after breaking his arm in the second game of the season and from the outset they were left to defend and had to use breakaway moves when in the opposition's half.
Bedwell are a well-organised side and created numerous chances, but hardly any were on target and the game finished goalless.
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Liam was named man-of-the-match for Ickwell and Old Warden, and his team will next face Potton this Sunday (December 20).