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Wolves u16s 5 Vestry Red 1

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 8, 2017 at 9:00 AM Comments comments (0)
After a strong first half defensive display by Vestry, Wolves completed another convincing win with a fine second half performance. Two goals from Tyler and goals from Freddie, Harry and a first of the season from the penalty spot by Rafal were enough to see off stubborn opponents with Michael in particularly good form and Zach picking up the man of the match award for the second week running. MOTM: Zach

Wolves u12s 4 Cowley 0

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 8, 2017 at 8:55 AM Comments comments (0)
Another good performance this week saw Wolves run out 4-nil victors against very tough opponents. Right from the start Walthamstow experienced some very strong challenges from a tough tackling team!Isaac had given his teama 1-nil lead at half time when Imran set him up to score the opening goal. Wolves stood up well to the continued rough treatment they were getting from the opposing team. Sol got injured first but was able to carry on playing . However a very bad tackle on Marcel meant he had to come off with a deep gash in his knee cap! The tackle resulted in a red card for the offenderand Walthamstow could have crumbled under such challenges but instead they showed a spirited team effort and extended their lead when Roan scored with a pass from Imran. Eesa put his team 3-nil up when Lucius put him through and Roanbaggeda brace of goals with asuperb solo effort that made the final score 4-nil and a thoroughly deserved winwith one of Wolves best displays this season. MOM...Louis.

Wolves u13s 1 Elite 8

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 8, 2017 at 8:50 AM Comments comments (0)
For the third time this season Wolves were given a football lesson by one of the top three. After a terrible start in which Wolves conceded three quick goals, it was obvious it was not going to be an easy afternoon but Wolves gave everything in a battling second half performance. Toby, deputising for Marcel, produced a string of sensational saves to fully earn the man of the match award and Albert popped up with his customary goal MOTM:Toby

Wolves u12s 5 East Ham Rovers 2

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 8, 2017 at 7:55 AM Comments comments (1)
A win was just what Walthamstow needed after their defeat a week earlierand that's just what theygot with their third match against East Ham Rovers this season! Wolves took a 1-nil lead when Imran converted Louie's pass. Rovers levelled shortly after but Eduardo restored the lead from a through ball by Imran. By half time East Ham had levelled yet again but Walthamstow started the second the half very strong and Sol put his team 3-2 up with a goal set up by Eesa. Eduardo scored a great goal to make it 4-2 with a pass form Imran. Just before the final whistle Louie made the final score 5-2 when one of his superb corner kicks was deflected in off a defender who could not stop the ball crossing the goal line. A great win for Wolves...MOM Imran.

Wolves u16s 7 St Thomas 0

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 8, 2017 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (0)
Wolves ran out comfortable winners in a bad tempered match. St Thomas held out for most of the first half but once the deadlock had been broken Wolves smashed home a succession of quick goals to secure the points. Michael scored two with one each from Charlie, Tom, Harry, Oscar and Tyler MOTM: Oscar

Wolves u13s 2 Ilford Colts 4*

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 7, 2017 at 6:55 PM Comments comments (0)
Wolves went down four two to an Ilford team fielding unregistered players (and forfeiting the points) in a closely contested game. Tyrese and Eduardo scored the Wolves goals with Tyrese picking up the man of the match award MOTM: Tyrese

Wolves u16s 5 Clissold 6

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 7, 2017 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (0)
Wolves were beaten for the first time this season in a thrilling match against Clissold. After a strong first half performance by their opponents Wolves found themselves three one down at the break despite an early goal from Charlie. In the first ten minutes of the second half Freddie grabbed a hat trick, including a fantastic left foot volley goal of the season contender and the game looked to swung in Wolves direction. But back came Clissold with three quick goals of their own and, despite a late rally from Wolves after a goal from Michael, held on for the win. MOTM: Freddie

Wolves u13s 3 Eclipse Youth 3

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 7, 2017 at 6:40 PM Comments comments (0)
Another thrilling match ended with the points shared as Wolves took on a team a lot higher than them in the league and emerged with a great deal of credit. A tremendous first half performance found Wolves two nil up at the break after Albert had slotted home twice but with the wind now in their favour Eclipse came storming forward and grabbed a goal almost immediately after the restart. Then an astonishing moment of bad luck saw a wolves defender deflect over his own keeper and minutes later Eclipse took the lead but Wolves were not beaten and Imran fired home a fine shot from the edge of the area with the last kick of the game to rescue a draw for the third week running. MOTM: Imran

Wolves u12s 1 Interwood 8

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 7, 2017 at 6:40 PM Comments comments (0)
Wolves suffered their biggest defeat of the season in an extraordinary game against an Interwood side who, while impressive enough, were not seven goals better. It was a game littered with defensive errors and profligate finishing from Wolves but the team showed good spirit in battling to the very end on a day where almost nothing went right. MOTM: Mikael

Wolves u16s 1 London Academy 1

Posted by Walthamstow Wolves FC on February 7, 2017 at 6:35 PM Comments comments (0)
Wolves dropped two crucial points in a hard fought draw with London Academy. Michael put Wolves ahead but they failed to add their lead despite numerous chances and paid the price when London forced home an equaliser. MOTM: Charlie

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