U15 - Elite - South
- competition : U15 - Elite - South
- date : 20/04/2019
- time : 11:00
- comment :
Bucks RTC u15s vs Kidderminster u15s
Bucks RTC u15s met Kidderminster u15s today, just 24hours after our respective u16 teams locked horns on Easter Friday.
Kidderminster shot out of the blocks and started the brighter of the two teams, settling into their game plan from the off, forcing Bucks to display a disciplined performance in the opening period (1st Quarter 0-0).
The second period saw Bucks RTC and Kidderminster display some fine football to try and break down each other’s standout defensive displays until a very unfortunate injury to the brave Kidderminster player bringing the game to a 20minute standstill to ensure the player was treated accordingly. The long delay took the spark out of the game for the remaining minutes of the second quarter (2nd Quarter 0-0).
Despite the glorious sunshine beaming onto the pitch throughout the game, the commitment levels from both sets of players failed to diminish. A great run down the right hand side, followed by a fantastic cross found Mussell in the box to end his goal drought for Bucks. Not to be outdone in the air, Kidderminster instantly got the game back to level pegging with a great delivery from the corner which was well met following some wonderful movement in the box from the Kidderminster forward - a great game of football that was living up to the billing of National Elite League standard. A trademark Borkovic run resulted in his long range effort being to hot for the young Kidderminster keeper to handle, giving Bucks the lead once again (3rd Quarter 2-1).
Kidderminster came on strong in the final period but for all their hard work and endeavour, Bucks RTC maintained their disciplined performance to prove impossible to break down.
(Final Score: Bucks RTC 2 - 1 Kidderminster).
We wish Kidderminster good luck ahead of their 1/4 final next week vs. Wirral.
- Buckinghamshire RTC
- match summary
- Kidderminster Harriers