Month: April 2017

Kensington Dragons Results W/E 2nd April 2017

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In brilliant sunshine the Dragons are hurtling to the end of the season looking forward to the Annual Presentations on Sunday 14 May:

The 1st Team were thrashing the previously  undefeated league leaders Assiria 5-2 at home before Assira gave up and caused the game to be abandoned at 60 minutes to save their increasing embarrassment. The Dragons have regained their style.

The Reserves lost at home to South Kilburn.  The Dragons were without their regular goal keeper and found it difficult to cope with the title contenders.

The U18s had no match

The U17s will be awarded the win as Celtic were not able to field a team.

The U15s drew 2-2 with Pitshanger at St Marks. The Dragons played well and were in the lead twice but were not able hold on and let Pitshanger back into the game. Overall  a good Dragons performance

The U14As beat Acton Ealing Whistlers 6-1 away in the League Trophy Cup. After a slow 15 mins the Dragons went down 0-1 in a rather disappointing start. Changes were made which give more stability and with it the goals came. An eventual great performance.

The U14Bs  had no game

The U13s did not play.

The U12s will be awarded 3 points as Harrow Utd could not field a team and with it the Dragons are now LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. The victorious Dragons then went to Linford Christie Stadium to watch the First Team beat league leaders Assiria.

The U11s drew 1-1 away with Ickenham in a fiercely contested match. The Dragons scored first and then conceded a penalty before to everybody’s horror they conceded another penalty. It seemed a loss was on the cards until the Dragons magnificent goall keeper saved the penalty to save the day.

The new U10s continue to train in preparation to joining the League.   

The Dragons are starting a new team for 8-11 year old girls. Interested parties should phone the Hon Sec on 07860 459178 for information

Kensington Dragons Results W/E 26 March 2017

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With Spring threatening:

The Dragons are starting a new team for 8-11 year old girls. Interested parties should phone the Hon Sec on 07860 459178 for information

The First Team walloped South Kilburn 7-2 away. The Dragons took control from the start and with an early goal set a high tempo with assistance from the strong wind. By half time the Dragons were 4-1 up before going on to score another three whilst conceding a soft one in return.

The Reserves beat CB Hounslow 3-1 at home.  The Dragons approached the game with the right attitude and were deservedly rewarded with 3 points. The biggest opponents were the wind and three week break which initially disrupted the Dragons rhythm.

The U18s  lost away to St Josephs with a depleted team

 The U17s had no match

The U15s lost away to Princess Park. The Dragons are gradually finding their feet in a difficult division.

 The U14As will be awarded 3 points as v AFC Wembley defaulted the match. A loss would meant a  2nd place finish but the effective win should lead to winning the division once the outcome of a previously abandoned match is determined by HYFL

The U14B beat Kodak Youth 6-1 away in the League Trophy Cup

 The U13s lost 4-6 away to Old Actonians in the last league match of the season. The Dragons got off to a bad start on a poorly marked pitch which was compounded by refereeing decision that had room for improvement. This was a match the Dragons could have won as all their goals came from well-connected play. It’s time for a cup of tea and relax. .

 The U12s beat Belmont United 4-2 at home in a match full of drama. The Dragons missed early chances and then scored a lovely tap in and a scoop over the goalie’s head before the ref gave Belmont an undeserved penalty which was magnificently saved. A few minutes later the Dragons conceded a sloppy goal and it was on to the second half and two further quality goals. To slightly mar the event minutes from the end a lack of communication between defence and goalie lead to an own Dragons goal.

 The U11s drew 1-1 at home with TFA Bushey As. The Dragons scored first but simply could not score again to cement a win. This was a draw which was almost the right result.  

The new U10s continue to train in preparation to joining the League.