Penn & Tylers Green FC Reserves vs Chalfont Wasps Reserves 4:3
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Reserves turn around a three-goal deficit into a win at French School Meadow
The scorers on Saturday: Skipper Luke Belson, Jamie Hunt and Conor Remsbury-Kelly
Penn & Tylers Green FC Reserves took to the field playing an enterprising 6-0-4 formation and the Chalfont Wasps FC Reserves Players seemed to have enjoyed it, with plenty of opportunity for the boys in blue to give the ball to the away side, which showed in Penn’s enthusiasm to chase shadows for much of the first period.
With Dan Sharp following instruction to the letter, Matt Clarke doing everything to create and Gary Nuth working hard as the lone striker, Penn & Tylers Green FC Reserves were still very keen to display some interesting and innovative defensive techniques to further encourage the Wasps to open up a 3-0 lead heading towards half time.
A corner kick just before the half time whistle and skipper Luke Belson got one goal back. He made doubly sure with a bullet volley in to the top corner from a fully three yards, out but it felt little consolation in an uncharacteristically poor half.
After a Churchillian team talk at the break from both, the management team and the prolific skipper, coupled with a page one tactical reshuffle Penn & Tylers Green FC Reserves looked a different a team; solid, constructive in their play and they began to dominate a tiring away side. A double introduction of old boys Owen Wood and Jamie Hunt and the derby feel really came to the fore, Hunt notching soon after and celebrated in front of the dugout.
Then into the fray a new face so good, his parents gave him three names: Connor Remsbury-Kelly who was thrown up top and immediately rewards manager Neil Cannings faith with a brace securing all three points at Fortress French School Meadow. What a match, what a turnaround; on we march.