Panthers on cloud nine

Stevenage Borough Kites 0 Melbourn Dynamos Panthers 9 Under-11s Division Three  MELBOURN Panthers continued their fine start to the season with their 10th straight league victory at a wind swept Stevenage. George Storey was quick to get behind the Kites

Stevenage Borough Kites 0 Melbourn Dynamos Panthers 9

Under-11s Division Three

MELBOURN Panthers continued their fine start to the season with their 10th straight league victory at a wind swept Stevenage.

George Storey was quick to get behind the Kites' defence and supply a perfect cross for Tommy Hollway to make it 1-0 with just two minutes on the clock.


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The score remained that way for a further 20 minutes as the Panthers squandered a hat-full of chances.

The inevitable second goal came on 22 minutes after a Storey shot hit the Kites post and fell kindly for Hollway to make it 2-0.

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Melbourn survived a few scary moments at the back as they struggled to cope with the fierce conditions however player-of-the-match Jordan Mills, alongside Andrew Chitty and Ryan Lees, battled hard to keep the Panthers a clean sheet.

Into the second half and Storey finally got on the score sheet on 34 minutes as Luke Eades turned provider with a neat through ball.

Storey returned the favour two minutes later as Eades grabbed his first of three goals with a neat finish in the corner.

Four minutes later he scored again, running onto a wind assisted goal kick by the 'Kites keeper.

Storey made it 6-0 collecting a Connor Patel goal kick on the half way line before running half the length of the pitch to finish in the corner.

He completed his hat-trick on 55 minutes before adding a forth on 58 minutes .

Eades had the final say after rounding the Kites 'keeper to grab his third and Panthers' ninth in the last minute.

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