Match Report
Westminster Under School U13 First XI vs  King Edward's Witley
On: Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019
Venue: Away

1XI WUS Vs King Edward’s Witley 11 September 2019
Match Report
Score 8-1
AMAZING ARAH STRIKES SIX WUS OFF TO A FLYER
After a tedious of coach journey of Ivo and Arthur singing a motley selection of songs ( not quite in tune) we arrived at the ground. Warm-ups came first and we put out a starting team of :
1. Seb Morgan
2. Gabriel Douglas-Home
3. Alfonso Calice
4. Hector Shore
5. Jamie Feldman (Capt)
6. Alexander Ross
7. Ned Burton (MVP)
8. Giacomo Amiti
9. Freddy Arah (Double Hat-trick)
10. Arthur Higgins (Vice-Capt) (1 Goal)
11. Ivo Davies
12. William Niles (SUB) (1Goal)
King Edward’s Witley kicked-off and we were soon underway. Westminster looked very composed on the ball, knocking it around and mostly controlling the game. The first goal was in the first five minutes - Jamie Feldman played a ball down the line to Freddy Arah who then buried it past a flailing keeper. 1-0.
Play restarted and we quickly won back the ball and began to find passes once more; we worked the ball up the pitch slowly but relentlessly and then, out of nowhere, Arthur Higgins sent a rocket flying over the keepers head. 2-0.
After getting off to a flying start we continued our brilliant play with Alfie Calice, Ned Burton Freddy Arah and Jamie Feldman combining well through the midfield. Jamie played a through ball into Freddy who outpaced the defence and slotted in his second of the game. 3-0.
Ivo Davies was forced to leave the field after a crunching tackle and was replaced by William Niles. Within minutes the SUPER SUB William, faced a one-on-one with the keeper and obviously William came out on top putting WUS 4-0 up at the break.
At the start of the second half King Edward’s Witley dominated possession and play and looked to stage a comeback. But after WUS’S defence absorbed all the pressure WUS broke quickly with a through ball played to Freddy once more, finishing calmly for his first Hat- trick.5-0.
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This was quickly followed by another fine finish from Freddy and WUS were six up.
There was some consolation for King Edward’s when their pacy winger put in a cross and it
was finished well.6-1.
This joy was short lived as WUS banged home one more, Freddy’s fifth. 7-1
A penalty was awarded in the closing stages of the game. There was only one man to take the penalty. Freddy struck it firmly in to the back of the net securing his Double Hat-trick and his place in the record books.
Jamie Feldman 8R
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