RSSL Report: Woodley Saints 2-1 Tilehurst Titans

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Report from Sunday’s Reading Sunday Social League fixture between Woodley Saints and Tilehurst Titans at Berks County Sports Club.

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Goalscorers (or goalkeeper if clean sheet)

WS: Brandon Thompson, Josh Stemp

TT: Scott Terry

Your player of the match

WS: Brandon Thompson. Ran the midfield today and scored his first goal for the club

TT: Brett House, battled hard at LB and using good strength and a good passing game really helped us bring the ball out from the back.

Best moment of the match

WS: Adam Saunders at 40 years old rolled back the years with 2 assists and his first 90 minutes in over 12 years.

TT: Our goalkeeper James Waggoner, pulling off an amazing double save to keep us in the game.

Most ‘Sunday League’ moment of the day?

WS: One centre back totally wipes out the other centre back with a slide tackle, missing the ball allowing Tilehurst to score an easy tap in.

TT: Myself running the line, thinking the ref had blown the whistle to stop play and trying to make a sub, somehow the referee actually allowed me to make the sub even the ball was still live. I should have called for penalties every time we got in the box

Absolutely anything else?


TT: Another enjoyable game against a tough opposition. Really happy that our lads battled till the final whistle.

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