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U14 Girls Football vs ISHCMC - Match Report 06/02/2018

08 February 2018

On Tuesday afternoon the BIS HCMC U14 Girls Football team took on ISHCMC for the second time this season.

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On Tuesday afternoon, the U14 BIS HCMC Girls Football team had a match against ISHCMC. We had already played them earlier on in the season and managed to tie with them. We went into the game wanting to beat them the second time round.

The game started and we were definitely the stronger team and had a lot of the possession. Early on in the first half we got our first goal which made us more confident as a team. Unfortunately they then scored a goal on us making the score 1-1. We pushed till the last whistle and had so many shots on goal but didn’t get them in so we ended at 1-1. We all put in a lot of effort and we hope to beat them in the upcoming City Championships.

Gemma Handscombe