RSSL Report: Hype Train 1-1 Rose & Thistle

Report from the weekend RSSL fixture between Hype Train and Rose & Thistle
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Report from Sunday’s Reading Sunday Social League fixture between Hype Train and Rose & Thistle at the IBIS Club.

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Goalscorers (or goalkeeper if clean sheet)

HT: Jack Reddings

RT: Miklos Fogl

Your player of the match

HT: Jake Holloway, our goalkeeper was outstanding in goal and was the main reason that the score remained 1-1 in the second-half.

RT: Liam Ridge very solid in the middle of the park today

Best moment of the match

HT: Jack Reddings scored a very good free-kick to get the team level in the first-half.

RT: The build up in play from the Rose going front to back only missing the finishing touch from our striker blazing it over from quite close in from the goal

Most ‘Sunday League’ moment of the day?

HT: We had to change pitch at the last minute and had a delayed kick-off after our allocated pitch had 100 potholes on it.

RT: Our opposition bringing sand to fill the pot holes of the pitch. we ended up moving pitches any way but top effort from Hype Train.

Absolutely anything else?

HT: Chris Marshall, who plays outfield for us on Saturday’s, is Rose & Thistle’s keeper, so it’s been a great week of banter that added some spice to the fixture. It was a well contested game between both teams and Chris is probably fortunate that both his teams got a point from the fixture.

RT: Well played hype train good luck in the rest of the league

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