Posted: March 30th, 2013 by Andreas
Good comeback after Thursday’s cup disappointment
Penn & Tylers Green FC 5 – Headington Amateurs 1
Ready to go
The A’s as Headington Amateurs are known were formed in 1949 as the Britannia Football Club, named after the local public house in Headington. They probably would have preferred to be in that very pub today after this afternoon’s league fixture at French School Meadows.
After Thursday’s exit in the Reading Senior Cup at Chinnor against Marlow United we needed a good response in what is a very busy Easter Schedule. Well, that is exactly what we got today.
Skipper Chris Hurst before the game
The boys in blue & white gave the right response this afternoon and secured another double against a high flying side. Headington Amateurs are a good team (the table always tells the truth) but today it was going to be our day. This was the case despite their excellent goalkeeper Harry Jenkins, who is not just a good keeper but also a good sport and a gentleman. Continue reading…