Panshanger girls play football match in memory of Mat Blease
GIRLS from Panshanger Yellows Under-15s Pumas and Panthers played out a memorial match dedicated to Mathew Blease, who sadly passed away on February 1, 2008. Mat helped coach both teams and did a great deal to improve the girls technical skills and aware
GIRLS from Panshanger Yellows Under-15s Pumas and Panthers played out a memorial match dedicated to Mathew Blease, who sadly passed away on February 1, 2008.
Mat helped coach both teams and did a great deal to improve the girls' technical skills and awareness of the game.
His coaching paid dividends in a closely contested match.
A minute's applause was held before the game with flowers placed on the centre circle by one of the parents.
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All players, parents and officials donated �1 to participate, officiate or watch the game.
This money will be donated to C.R.Y. Visit www.c-r-y.org.uk for more details about this charity.
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The girls got off to a sombre start, but soon got into their rhythm in an end-to-end game.
Four goals were scored in total with the Pumas being the eventual winners.
Goalscorers included Tasha Gibbings, Jasmine Peel and Sami Bennett.
It was a very emotional time for all concerned and praise must go to everyone for the spirit in which the match was played.