Academy Match Reports

  

Brackley Town Juniors v Bloxham U7’s (10/11/2018)

 After going a goal down in the first minute, Brackley quickly got into their stride and led at half-time with Harry scoring two very nicely taken goals.  Throughout the second half Brackley continued to dominate and Mason and Oliver added more goals to give Brackley a well deserved victory.  Coach Mark said “the whole squad were excellent today and we also went on to win the following friendly with Oliver, Jacob, Harry and Jasper all scoring.  Our teamwork and positional play was excellent today with Roary and Rupert deserving a special mention.”

 

 

  

 

Banbury United v Brackley Town Development U7’s (10/11/2018) 

Brackley started the game quickly winning a series of early corners which had Banbury pinned back in their goalmouth.  Early pressure led to an early goal from Ellis scoring a tap-in, then came a lovely solo goal by Finn quickly followed by a goal from Ryley and by half time Brackley were in the lead. The second half wasn’t so one-sided but Brackley did score again and won the match overall.   Coach Chris said “the boys all worked so well together and complemented each others play very nicely. Their awareness of their positioning is great to see.  The whole squad: Ellis, Ryley, James, Nathan, Thomas and our two new players Harrison and William C along with Finn who especially created a lot of chances for others with his unselfish play, have a great attitude to the game.   Banbury United went on to win the friendly match that followed.”

 

  

Brackley Town Girls v Kingsthorpe Jets (R ) Girls U12’s (11/11/2018) 

Brackley Town Girls U12’s who compete in the NW&GML played their first ever Cup game in the 1st Round of the Northants FA Invitation Cup against a strong Kingsthorpe team.  Cup games are traditionally exciting games and this one was no exception with Brackley Girls

  

Please find the U14s match report below. 

Brackley Town U14s travelled across the Northants/Oxfordshire border to face Chesterton - both sides were only separated by a couple of places in the table so an even contest was expected.