their first games under their belts it was round
2 for all the teams in Group A and time to settle
in to the tournament. SNQTB and Your Mum had both
tasted defeat in their opening fixtures and were
looking to bounce back.
Mum were the most capped team here in Lisbon as
they made a sixth appearance (under various names).
They made their debut in the 2011 Budapest Fives
for captain Jack Croft's stag weekend with 3 teams.
The pick of the squads went on to reach the Plate
Final finishing Runners-up to Hungarian side Al-Kaloida.
returned as Arse-A-Lona FC in the 2011 Barca Fives
where they reached the Plate Semi-Finals and lost
narrowly, 1-0, to the eventual winners HMS Sultan
FC. They competed in the 2012 Berlin Fives as
FC Wein Schweine Fliegen and finished 3rd in a
6-team group before a Plate Semi-Final defeat
to East Compton Seagulls. The 2013 Algarve Open
saw them compete as Let Us Win or Elsie. They
drew the Group of Death that saw them finish 5th
in Group A which featured 3 of the 4 Cup Semi-Finalists.
They reached the Plate Semi-Finals before a narrow
2-1 defeat to eventual Plate Winners Water Boy.
was then Slovakia and the 2014 Bratislava Fives
where they finished in joint 3rd on 7 points in
Group A but 4th on goal difference. They met Budapest
Celtic Lions in the Plate Quarter-Finals but went
out 3-1 to the Hungarian side. July 2015 saw them
travel to Amsterdam as Your Mum where storm Zejko
defeated all teams. Your Mum completed 4 of their
5 group games in hugely challenging conditions
before the Code Red weather warning curtailed
the day's activities. We were back to clement
weather in Lisbon this June.
sun was shining in Portugal and it was shining
on the performance of Your Mum. They raced into
a 2-0 first half-lead as Alex Peters made it 2
goals in 2 games before Daniel Lloyd Davies doubled
the lead. Daniel Lloyd Davies then grabbed his
second of the game to seal a great 3-0 victory.