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Player Of The Week

Max (Yr 11) put away the goalkeeping gloves to make his left wing debut for the 3rd XI and was inches away from scoring the winner. Two U14As to impress this week were Tom and Joshua (both Year 9). Tom curled in a perfect strike to grab the equaliser in their game versus Forest, while Josh was excellent in playing up a year group for the U15As. Player of the Week is Muizz (Year 11) who made an outstanding penalty save right at the end of the game to earn a draw for the 3rd XI.

Tom with a stunning free kick for the 1st XI

Team Of The Week

The 3rd XI had another successful week beating Freeman's 1st XI and drawing with Forest 2nd XI. They go into their Sutton Cup Semi final this week against Cheam in good form and full of confidence. The U12Es (banner photo, above) continued their successful season beating Forest 2-0 in the rain and mud! Team of the Week are the U13As (photo, below) who won 1-0 away against Wimbledon College. An excellent away performance against a very good side, Atharv (Yr 8) with the winning goal.

Match Report

Wilson’s U14B 3 vs 2 Trinity On Thursday 7 March Wilson's U14Bs faced Trinity U14B having lost the previous fixture 0 - 7. Wilson's started the game brightly, pressing the opposition with intent. Lofted through balls from the midfield allowed Sam (Year 9) to get through on goal with just the goalkeeper to beat and all our pressure was eventually rewarded with a goal. Sam managed to take the ball around the keeper and provided a composed finish from a tight angle. However, Trinity began to grow into the game, showing good link-up play in midfield. A lapse in concentration from the Wilson's back line allowed Trinity a tap-in from a free kick. Despite this setback we held firm to go into half time at 1-1.

After an inspiring half time team talk, Dilakshan replaced Jeremy hoping to get us back in the lead. Early in the second half the Trinity striker was clean through, and he calmly finished into the bottom corner: 2-1 to Trinity. We knew we should've prevented that goal, but we were determined to score. A quick break forward resulted in a cross to Dilakshan. He controlled the ball with one touch and smashed it into the top corner with the second. 2-2 and we were back in the game. However, Wilson's didn't stop there, and we continued to press the opposition; Sam won the ball in the centre circle and ran towards goal. He fired in a cross-come-shot and Dilakshan was there again to tap in. 3-2 Wilson's! In the dying minutes of the game, we stayed deep in our own half soaking up Trinity pressure. Attack after attack came, but we stood firm. Eventually the final whistle blew, much to the delight of the tired Wilson's team. Overall, an excellent attacking second half performance that deserved a win.

Match Report: Zac (Yr 9)


Monday 7 March

Wilson’s vs Wallington (Friendly)
U15B lost 1 - 7

Tuesday 8 March

Wilson’s vs Wimbledon College (Friendlies)
U13A won 1 - 0
U13B drew 4 - 4
U13C lost 0 - 4
U13D lost 0 - 5

Wednesday 9 March

Wilson’s vs London Freeman’s (Friendlies)
3rd XI won 2 - 1
5th XI won 4 - 0

Thursday 10 March

Wilson’s vs Wallington (Friendly)
U14B lost 0 - 2

Friday 11 March

Wilson’s vs Wimbledon College (Friendlies)
U12A lost 2 - 5
U12B lost 2 - 5
U12C lost 2 - 3
U12D lost 2 - 3
U12E won 2 - 0

Saturday 12 March

Wilson’s vs Forest School (Friendlies)
1st XI drew 2 - 2
3rd XI drew 0 - 0
U15A lost 0 - 3
U14A drew 1 - 1
U13A lost 0 - 1
U12A drew 2 - 2

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