House Badgers and Dyslexia Untied met in the game
that would take us to the halfway stage of Group
D. Both teams were looking to open their account
in terms of goals and points due to 2-0 defeats
in their respective opening fixtures. For their
tournament challenge it was crucial that the team's
got their first win on the board.
the evidence of the first half, it looked like
Bridge House Badgers would be that team as Alex
Mitchell scored twice and Arfon Salisbury once
to send them into a 3-0 lead by the break. It
didn't get any better for Dyslexia Untied in the
second half as Chris Andrews (aka Socket) made
it 4-0 and Alex Mitchell crowned a fine personal
display to complete his hat-trick and make the
final score 5-0. Bridge House Badgers moved into
second place due to the margin of victory.
Untied were the strongest team in the group –
as they held up the other 4 teams in 5th place.