TNS Football Scholarship Fixtures & Results

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2017/18 Season Fixtures and Results






NSC Men's 1 vs Lancaster and Morecambe & NSC Men's 2 vs Hartpury





On Wednesday 18th October, 13 of the the new Professional Phase players traveled away to Lancaster and Morecambe in the Category 1 league. Disappointingly the players never got going, with the players playing nowhere near what is required of them, conceding 2 sloppy goals and losing a game we really should be winning. In the home game, things weren't much better as a bad day at the office was condemned by a humiliating 5-0 defeat to Hartpury, whereby the 14 Professional Phase players were completely off task and not performing to their normal high standards. We go back to the drawing board during Friday's training, whereby there will be changes made in order to shake things up to seek a reaction.


Squad vs Lancaster and Morecambe Away

1. Lewis Dutton
2. Matt Cole
3. James Parry
4. Lewis Kaye
5. Curtis Weetman
6. Paul Naylor
7. Harry Bower
8. James Gregory-Cork
9. Tomos Wiliams
10. Callum Jones
11. Harley Steel
12. Robert Reynolds
14. Guyguy Maboy

Squad vs Hartpury Home

1. Byron Bingham
2. Parmveer Chatha
3. Will Evans
4. Liam Ihekwoaba
5. Harry Pritchard
6. Scott Williams
7. Harry Parkinson
8. Liam Parry
9. Darren Evans
10. Ismael Ozdemir
11. Tom Clarke
12. Pepe Marinov
14. Callum Routley
15. Evan Jordan

NSC vs Newtown 



On Sunday 15th October, 14 of the the new NSC Professional Phase players faced Newtown Under 19's in the sixth Welsh Premier Development League game at home. Returning first team player Chris Marriott was welcomed back into the squad, and played 45 minutes on his comeback from injury. The game started off at a slow pace, with the boys failing to shift the ball and play forwards with their normal conviction. After a largely disappointing half, we managed to score 3 goals through Guyguy, Paul and James to go into the half at 3-0.  

The team set some objectives at the interval in an attempt to try and get back to their normal high standards, and even though the squad scored a further 5 second half goals through Paul, Tom Wx 2, Harry B and a comeback 19's goal for Darren, the performance was somewhat still a way off the normal free-flowing attacking football.  However it was pleasing that the players were able to gain valuable minutes whilst also scoring 8, and conceding none, but the team plan to go back to the drawing board during the next week's training schedule to tweak their areas for improvement both individually and as a collective to prepare for Wednesday's Category 1 league game away to Lancaster and Morecombe, as well as the Cup match for the other players against Hartpury  and the huge challenge next Sunday away to Llandudno.

1. Aaron Jones
2. Matt Cole
3. Harley Steel
4. Lewis Kaye
5. Sam Finley
6. Chris Marriott
7. Harry Bower (1)
8. Paul Naylor (2)
9. Guyguy Maboy (1)
10. James Gregory-Cork (1)
11. Tom Gray
12. Tomos Williams (2)
14. Parmveer Chatha
15. Darren Evans (1)


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