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Football for All Team Enjoy Successful Tournament

Chris Sexton - 4th December 2012

Football for All Team Enjoy Successful Tournament The Football for All team took part in the monthly Surrey F.A. Tournament. Below is a summary of results and goal scorers.

Woking U13's:

Oliver Robson, Henry Robson, Dylan Burgess, Ben Roberts & Liam Patterson, Izzy Frost - (Manager) Theresa Timmes

Under 13
W 2 D 3 L 0

Feltham Bees/Fulham combined team.
W - 1 - 0
Liam Patterson
We started the tournament well and in fine form. We did have many opportunities but could not finish until Liam came along and casually put one past the keeper.

Chelsea A
D - 1 - 1
Dylan Burgess
Chelsea have picked up some bigger players compared to last season and you cannot let them get a shot off and Dylan did a fine job at just that. When he decided he had enough of that, he powered one in for our side.

Mytchett
W - 2 - 0
Liam Patterson x 2
We comfortably controlled this match and Liam made it even more so as he slid two goals in the net. Ben kept a clean sheet with his skills in goal.

Wandgas
D - 1 - 1
Ben Roberts
This team is giving us trouble this season with their size and abilities to shoot. Ben though, worked hard up and down the pitch and deserved his beautiful goal.

Chelsea B
D - 1 - 1
Oliver
We borrowed a spare Chelsea keeper so all our team was on the pitch and Oliver, somewhere along the line, got very hungry for a goal. He decided he was not leaving this tournament without one and his hard, persistent work paid off. Brilliant to watch.


Woking U16's (Championship):

Ben Davies, Caithan Kimberling, Ryan Warner, Lewis Ashby, Ben Bessemar & Musa Jami - (Manager) Mark Kimberling

Under 16 Championship
W 2 D 2 L 2

Feltham
1-1
Cathan
The team started off well but unfortunately could not hold the lead they’d deservedly taken.

Mytchett + Badshot
2-0
Musa, Lewis
A comfortable game with good finishes from Musa and Lewis

Sutton
0-0
We created lots of chances but couldn’t find an opening. Also defended well towards the end when Sutton put us under pressure.

Wandgas
1-4
Ben D
Fell asleep in this game but managed to score a consolation goal through Ben D

Harvesters
2-0
Ben B, Ryan
To fine finishes from Ben B and Ryan secured the win in this game

Fulham
0-3
Tiredness set in by the time we played Fulham, the traffic was all one way and unfortunately the boys couldn’t hold on.


Woking U16's (Premiership) - 2 Teams:

Charlie Jeeves, Adam Levitt, Rickie Bolwell, Marcus Levitt, Harry Robson, Jonno Lehrter Musa Jami, JJ Elgar, Matt Kimberling & Alex Elgar - (Manager) Nick Elgar
Under 16 Prem
W 8 D 1 L 1

Chelsea
D - 1 - 1
Elgar Alex
Woking started this tournament in early festive spirit and casually gave a good Chelsea Team lots of space and an easy opportunity to score a goal. Having gone a goal behind the Woking Team fired themselves up to roar back at the opposition with Alex scoring a neatly worked team goal created with some fine passing. The Woking Team were then unlucky not to win the game with the chances they had. A good start to the day though.

Redhill
W - 2 - 0
Elgar Alex x 2
Woking’s football in this game was terrific with some wonderful inter passing and hard work for each other. Again a number of chances were created and inevitably Alex got on the end of another couple of fine team moves.

Sutton Eagles
W - 1 - 0
Elgar Alex
This was the game of ‘how many times can Woking hit the frame of the goal’! Amazingly this was started by Harry curling a shot from 20 yards, beating their keeper, only to be denied by the crossbar. Then Woking really got cracking hitting the posts another 3 times in between Alex (thankfully) finding the back of the net.

Redhill
W - 2 - 0
Levitt Adam
Elgar Alex
A fantastic first time strike from Adam and another neat finish by Alex put Woking in control of this game in which they dominated throughout.

Sutton Eagles
W - 2 - 1
Elgar
Alex x 2
Harry scored a terrific header meeting a beautifully delivered cross to glance the ball into the net. Unfortunately this was into our goal! Harry always worked hard and made amends with his and the team efforts to force their way back into the game and win it through their determination.

Woking
W -1 - 0
Elgar Alex
A close encounter between two evenly matched and committed sides only settled by a breakaway goal but this was a neat nut megged finish thorough the goalkeepers legs by Alex. Charlie was a saviour in goal on many occassions ensuring another fine victory.

Guildford Saints
W - 1 - 0
Elgar JJ
Another closely contested match settled with a fierce strike by JJ from outside the area. Woking had to work hard for this win.

Chelsea
L - 1 - 0
A rare defeat against a well organised team. Woking were unlucky as they had sufficient chances to put the game beyond doubt. But having not taken their opportunities as so regularly happens the opposition were able to convert one of the few chances they had. Taken in the context of all of the day’s results this match can be put down to experience and hopefully we’ll learn something from this.

Guildford Saints
W - 1 - 0
Elgar Alex
Back to winning ways for our final match of the morning session. The highlight of the morning session was the energy of the team but in particular Jonno who set an example to all of the players with his tireless efforts all over the field. There was some great football played by all of the players and another neat move involving Jonno resulted in Alex scoring a good goal to round things off with a well earned victory.

Woking Adult (Championship) 2 Teams:

Ben Davies, Musa Jami, Rickie Bolwell, Lewis Ashby, Marcus Levitt & - (Player / Manager) Matt Hall

Marc Grout, Harry Robson, JJ Elgar, Adam Levitt, Charlie Jeeves & Alex Elgar - (Manager) Nick Elgar
Adult Championship
W 6 D 0 L 1

Woking
W - 2 - 1
Elgar JJ
Levitt Adam
Bolwell Rickie
Woking Teams engaged in a highly competitive match between themselves in which both teams played some good team football. The difference between the sides and many of the teams Woking played was Marc Grout who bossed the whole days play and, in his usual unselfish style, created goals for others during this match and throughout the whole tournament.

Surrey Blues
W - 4 - 1
Elgar Alex
Grout Marc x 2
Jeeves Charlie
A fast impressive start to this game saw Woking take it by the scruff of the neck stunning the opposition with 3 early, well taken goals. Woking finished comfortable winners after a fine performance from all involved.

Surrey Blues
L - 2 - 0
Woking were undone by two of the freakiest goals you would ever wish to see with long balls deflecting into our goal off an opposition player on both occasions! A rare slip up but the players remained focused and continued to apply themselves well.

Hounslow
W - 6 - 0
Elgar Alex x 3
Jeeves Charlie
Grout Marc
The most amazing series of inter passing football highlighted this game throughout with Woking players linking up with each other to dazzling effect. Comment was made by an onlooker that they were very impressed and thought it wouldn’t have looked out of place in the Nou Camp! Praise indeed!!!

Surrey Blues
W - 3 - 1
Elgar Alex
Grout Marc x 2
Vintage Marc Grout again was the highlight of this show being at the heart of all of Woking’s best play. Alex scored a terrific goal with a clever finish over the keeper and Marc was on hand to thunder two shots home to ensure a fine win for the Woking Team.

Surrey Blues
W - 4 - 1
Grout Marc
Elgar Alex x 3
As tiredness was a danger Woking players dug deep again to produce another fine team performance, dominating the opposition to the point where if this had been a boxing match the referee would have stopped it!

Hounslow
W - 5 - 0
Levitt
Marcus
Elgar Alex
Ashby Lewis
Hall Matt
Grout Marc
Another amazing display from the Team to produce some wonderful passing moves with five different scorers. A great effort by all involved and a wonderful way in which to finish off a very successful day for the Woking Football For All Teams - take a bow!

Woking Adult (Premiership):

Paul Grout, Michael Sears, Charlie Sheridan, Patrick, Luke Brockway, Tom Shepherd & Daniel - (Manager) Paul Sears

Adult Premiership
W 1 D 1 L 3

Chelsea Blues
L 0-2
The league this year is played at a much faster pace and it took us a little while to get started. By then we were already 2 goals down but some resilient defending kept the score line down.

Chelsea Yellows
L 0-1
Our passing improved in this game and everyone tried really hard, again our defence was outstanding despite losing 1-0.

Feltham A
L 1-3
Daniel
Despite losing the team were starting to find their feet now. Some excellent attacking play, left us open at the back for Feltham to score some quick counter attacking goals.

Feltham B
W 3-1
Tom x 2, Patrick
Our midfield was getting quite tired by this point but Tom came from the back to score twice, with Patrick adding the third.

CMG
D 1-1
Tom
The players held their positions better in this game and Daniel scored a great counter attacking goal.
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