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U11 Division 3 Boys Display Fighting Start!

25 November 2016

Playing five matches and winning two, team displaying signs of improvement with each game 

  • U10 Boys Football 2016

Well done to the U11 Division 3 boys who travelled to St Joseph’s International School to play their first batch of fixtures for the season.

Playing five matches in total and winning two, the team displayed signs of improvement as each game went on. They were very unlucky with some decisions from the referee unfortunately not going their way. However, the Dover Lions never complained and showed excellent sportsmanship throughout the tournament.

A special thanks to Thomas,  who displayed great compassion and fairness by helping out one of the teams that were short on players.

Next week, the team travel to United World College Tampines for their second group of fixtures. Keep up the hard work Lions!!

Liam Johnson
PE Teacher and Football Coach