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  • Coaches player of the month for September goes to Finnley.
  • 30th September 2017 – away v Willen Meekats
  • While the result hasn’t changed, finally an improved performance, particularly in the second half. The new formation seems to work, so we will stick with it and as the players learn their roles the performances will continue to improve; cutting out the silly errors will also help! Special mention to Finn, Regan, Ashton & Connor, good stuff guys, Brandon’s excellent wing back performance almost got him MoM, but Walton chose Denzel.
  • 16th September 2017 – away v Newport Pagnell Lions
  • Interesting performance from the boys – especially following the excellent training session on Tuesday, but now at least it’s been confirmed where the problems lie. Good effort shown again by Finn, and from Myron in his first game, and some impressive ball control from Brandon. Walton’s MoM went to Eoin, with some excellent saves and reckless diving at attackers’ feet!
  • 9th September 2017 – away v Halse United
  • Difficult task for the team, with 4 new players, a new formation and tactics to learn in a very short time. Still plenty to work on, hopefully lessons have been learnt. Some good performances, but for excellent work rate and a commanding first attempt as centre back, Walton’s MoM is Finnley.


  • Tattenhoe Youth Tournament 18th June 2016 – U9 Shield Winners
  • (no goals conceded in 87 mins of play!)
  • EZ Co TYFC plate 2016 smaller
  • City Colts Tournament 29th May 2016 – U9 Shield Runners Up
  • EZ City Colts 2016 medals
  • Hatter’s Cup 21st May 2016 – U9 Winners
  • EZ U9H Hatters 2016
  • 9th November 2014: Capt. Bailey “They Shall Not Grow Old. . .”:
  • EasyCo poem
  • Post match slap up at Scot:
  • EasyCo lunch at Scot5
  • Here are some ideas for homework: remember, practice makes permanent; correct practice makes perfect
  •   Coerver skills