This is Our House!

Jason 'JJ' James

It’s difficult to convey in writing how each player in the team performed and how the match unfolded but let’s give it a go!

Peterborough 6 are top three in the 5NW division, just two places below March 2 who are topping the log so far. Now I mention this because our team’s performance against March was phenomenal; March have been beating other sides in the league seven-nil. There's been some change. Five minutes into our game against March we were two-nil up and right at the death after a tumultuous battle on the final whistle we got beaten three-two.

Peterborough have been doing the same to other sides, beating them seven-nil or more. Some change. So we anticipated a tough challenge once again. They drew first blood but we grew into the game and competed throughout, so no surprise then when Petey slotted home an equalising goal.

This might not sound all that impressive but let me tell you this: given the team’s performance in the past two games we are destined for greater things. I reckon if we keep things going the way they are we stand a solid chance of getting promotion to Division 4NW, where we can compete against our mighty M3s.

Just imagine If we were to achieve promotion and join our M3s; oh my goodness, what a day of days that will be.

Will the M4s still be known as a lower league team or will they finally be acknowledged as a competitive side everyone would be proud to play in?

Watch this space, 5NW division, for the M4s of Cambridge South hockey club are coming for you.

This is our house!


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