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DCIS U9 Boys Football Teams' Bright Start Cut Short By Bad Weather

20 September 2017

DCIS Under 9 Boys Football Teams, the Orange and Blue Lions made bright starts to their fixtures on Tuesday, but the event had to be cut short due to bad weather.

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DCIS U9s made the short journey over to Tanglin to take part in their latest football fixture. The Orange Lions battled to a 0-0 draw in their first game against AIS and were then shown the way by the Blue Lions who triumphed 7-1 in their first match against Tanglin. The first goal for the blues was an excellent team move, finished off well by MJ.

In the second match, the Orange Lions clashed against the Blue Lions, with the Blues looking to get revenge after their 3-1 defeat last week. Revenge was on the cards, thanks to a scrappy goal which had the Blues leading 1-0.  Justice was done in the closing minutes though as Thomas lashed in a thoroughly deserved equaliser to ensure the game finished 1-1.

This proved to be the last of the action as a band of lightning swept in to bring the curtain down before the boys had time to complete their remaining fixtures.  Overall, a very good effort from everyone involved. We look forward to our next game away at SJI on Tuesday.

Liam Johnson, PE Teacher and Mr. Baines, Year 4 Form Teacher