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RSSL Report: Caversham United 7-2 Thames Valley Railway

Report from the weekend's RSSL fixture between Caversham United and Thames Valley Railway
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Report from Sunday’s Reading Sunday Social League fixture between Caversham United and Thames Valley Railway at the IBIS Club.

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Goalscorers (or goalkeeper if clean sheet)

CU: Jack Tapscott (3), Alex Jenkins, Sam Foster, Ofori Boateng, Euan Barker

TVR: Paul Barker (2)

Your player of the match

CU: Jack Tapscott for his hat trick

TVR: Paul Barker – two very good finishes and worked hard all game.

Best moment of the match

CU: Euan Barker scoring with his first touch off the bench.

TVR: Although short lived, fighting back and equalising but Caversham United’s fitness and quality proved far too much for us today and they dominated the 2nd Half

Most ‘Sunday League’ moment of the day?

CU: Caversham United using the Wheel of Misfortune to decide the player positions…

TVR: Three players turning up late after the game had already started

Absolutely anything else?

CU: N/A

TVR: Although The locomotives have been thrashed two weeks in a row we are still enjoying being back and thankful for the opportunity to play some top sides Caversham United were class today. Both in quality and in spirit of the game.

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Weekend results

League table

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