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The team play in the Leicestershire Foxes League – Division 

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The team play in the Leicestershire Foxes Sunday League 11v11- Division 5

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Anstey Swifts 1 Oadby Owls Eagles 4 - 9th May 2012 (League)

Pressure is on and all we had to do was win not as easy as it seems and how would the lads deal with it and also not having played as a team for a number of weeks due to previous postponements due to the weather.

We started playing the football that got us to this stage and deservedly scored the first goal from Kade Smith. Robbie Briers hit the crossbar from long range shot, we had shots cleared off the line others that either went wide or just over. Then,on Anstey’s first attack they got a corner and scored - 1-1.

For the last 10 minutes of first half and 15 minutes of the second either team could have scored and there was not much between the two teams. With 15 minutes to go frustration growing a very good passage of play resulted in the ball dropping to Isaac Hutton who struck a superb shot from just outside the box and rifled into the net giving the goalkeeper no chance.

That settled the lads down and they reverted to the style of play we had got used to in the second half of the season. A new lease of life seemed to course through team and we attacked and attached when another cross from the right dropped to Kade Smith who slotted the ball into the net. Soon after a similar build up resulted in Kade Smith slotting another in to get his hat trick. We had other chances to score but it did not come.

The final whistle !!!!!! Wow! we were CHAMPIONS – BACK TO BACK CHAMPIONS and the boys celebrated in style  - they deserved it for all their hard work throughout the season.

They made James, Carl and myself very proud to be their coaches. 

Player of the Day: Jack Smith

Goals Scorers: Kade Smith (3) and Isaac Hutton

Oadby Owls Eagles 11 Kingsway Rangers 0 - 25th March 2012 (League)

This was an expected result and boys did what was expected of them.

There was no ‘man of the match’ as everyone played their part in this result. But we must mention Jack Bandy for ‘goal of the day’ – a left foot shot from just outside the box into top left hand corner – a great goal with his left foot – all that training has paid off.

However, our compliments go out to Kingsway Rangers who have fought though all season without a win and conceded a hat full of goals but they have turned up every week and left the pitch with smiles on their faces as they did today – three cheers for them and long may they continue to be part of junior football and do not give up. This is what children’s football is all about.

Player of the Day: Team award

Goals Scorers: Sam Shenton (3), Kade Smith (2), Isaac Hutton (2), Harry Robinson, Harry Lloyd-Rawson and Jack Bandy

Oadby Owls Eagles 4 Sileby Juniors 1 - 18th March 2012 (League)

When we thought we could not play any better than we did last week the boys surprised us again.

We knew that playing Sileby would be a hard game but the boys played at such a high tempo not letting Sileby settle on the ball and playing good football keeping possession it was only a matter of time before we scored and it was that boy, Harry Robinson scoring his eighth goal in four games and that’s the way it stayed until half time.

The second half was the same as the first but better. We played football as it should be played. We committed, won tackles and passed the ball wide. This allowed us to move the ball and get in behind their defence. A shot from Harry Lloyd Rawson was parried by the keeper but for Harry Robinson to be there again to make it 2-0. Soon after Isaac slotted a goal. Sileby got their goal direct from a free kick and moments later Harry Lloyd-Rawson cut inside, looked up and dropped the ball over the keeper from 20 yards out to make it 4-1.

The defence ably marshalled by Matt Parker played superbly and did not let their forwards a chance to play. Case Peel who played just in front of Matt won everything he went for and distributed the ball from there to allow the midfield to break forward. Each attack was built up from the back and that is why we played so well.

This was a great result and puts us only one point behind Sileby – the pressure is now on

Player of the Day: Chase Peel

Goals Scorers: Harry Robinson (2), Isaac Hutton and Harry Lloyd-Rawson

Oadby Owls Eagles 2 Mowbray Rangers 1 - 11th March 2012 (League)

Wow! what a game between 2nd and 3rd in the league.

After a controversial game away this was always going to be a hard affair. Both teams committed to the game with no quarter given. In first half we had the slight advantage but they broke and scored with what was really their only chance of the first half. We went at them a got a well deserved equaliser through Harry Robinson who broke through, held off two strong challenges and slotted it past the goalkeeper to score his sixth goal in three games.

The second half was different – we brought on Isaac Hutton who gave us width and his pace got him in behind the defence on many occasion which created chances but it was that man again, Harry Robinson who popped up and scored his second which turned out to be the winner.

In very warm conditions our second half display was probably one of our best in terms of commitment and didn’t let Mowbray off the hook. Luke Tull played superb and was up and down supporting both forwards and defence when needed to and got a deserved MOM awardType report here

Player of the Day: Luke Tull

Goals Scorers: Harry Robinson (2)

Market Bosworth 1 Oadby Owls Eagles 6 – 26th February 2012 (League)

A great TEAM game.

We played all 14 players and not one let the team down. Football played with vision, passion, commitment and enjoyment with all the boys smiling, exactly what we want.

In ideal playing conditions we played superb football using the width of the pitch and playing to our strengths in getting down the flanks and behind their defence. Had we had a little more luck and their keeper not playing so well maybe we would have had more goals.

Three goals from Harry Robinson and one each from Kade Smith, Matt Parker and Ben Wright sealed a very good win and keeps the pressure up at the top – still pushing for second place.

Player of the Day: Team of the day

Goals Scorers: Harry Robinson (3), Kade Smith, Matt Parker and Ben Wright

Sileby Juniors FC 5 Oadby Owls Eagles 3 – 29th January 2012 (League)

What a game in really difficult conditions – heavy sticky.

A result that, although we lost, showed commitment and passion. We were always behind but did not let them settle and kept up the pressure. Had we had a little luck then the result could have gone our way.

Despite the conditions we applied ourselves very well and allowed the ball to do the work. On many occasions we strung passes together from one side of the pitch to the other and made chances.

Two goals from Man of the Match Harry Robinson (second match on the trot) and one from Sam Shenton kept us in the game.

I think today the way the lads played just shows us that, just maybe, some of the coaching is being absorbed – at times our football was superb.

Bring on the return match at home.

Player of the Day: Harry Robinson

Goals Scorers: Harry Robinson (2) and Sam Shenton

Oadby Owls Eagles 2 Wigston Youth 1 – 8th January 2012 (League)

First win of the year.

The first half was the best we have played all season. Football played like it should be – passing and moving, talking and supporting, competing and committing to very tackle. We attacked from the off and hit the woodwork twice, Wigston goalkeeper made some very good saves and we had two or three cleared off the line but Sam Shenton scored two goals that put us ahead and we were controlling the game. They broke away once and scored.

The second half was a different story. Wigston came out strong and put us under a lot of pressure but in reality did not have a chance due to good defensive work. We had some more chances but could not score anymore with their goalkeeper making a couple of very good saves to keep us out.

Man of the match was Harry Robinson who put his best performance of the season with a faultless display at left back. His tackling, passing and covering was excellent.

In the end a hard fought 2-1 kept us at top of division.

Player of the Day: Harry Robinson

Goals Scorers: Sam Shenton (2)

Oadby Owls Eagles 6 Quorn Juniors (2006) 2 – 18th December 2011 (League)

After indifferent last couple of matches we are back to winning ways. It was not a great game. First was even with a goal each from Harry Lloyd Rawson and Luke Tull but we gave away two silly goals to let Quorn back into it but we made a lot of chances (unlike previous weeks) with Issac Hutton exceptional on the right ring.

From the start of the second half the lads started to believe in themselves and that brought passion and commitment back into their game and with that 4 more goals and could have been more with the pick of the bunch from Matt Parker who rifled the ball from over 20 metres into back of the net from a delicate pass back from Luke Tull who weighed in with another goal himself and Harry Lloyd Rawson snatching two more for his hat trick.

Player of the Day: Isaac Hutton (first half) and Matt Parker (second half)

Goals Scorers: Harry Lloyd-Rawson (3), Luke Tull (2) and Matt Parker

Oadby Owls Eagles 5 Market Bosworth 3 – 20th November 2011 (League)

Back to winning ways – this was probably the best all round game of football we have played all season. It was a team playing football how it should be played. Passing, moving and supporting each other. We do however need to tighten up in defence and clear the ball a little quicker.That being said much of play started from defence through the midfield and up to the forwards.

Goals from all over the pitch from Kade Smith, Matt Parker, Luke Tull, Isaac Hutton and Harry Robinson with many other chances going begging. Kade Smith was Man of the Match for his all round performance and commitment.

Player of the Day: Kade Smith

Goals Scorers: Kade Smith, Matt Parker, Luke Tull, Isaac Hutton and Harry Robinson

Loughborough Dynamo 7 Oadby Owls Eagles 2 – 6th November 2011 (League)

We started well going 1-0 up with gola from Kade Smith but our defensive frailties let us down and we conceded goal within a couple of minutes. 5 minutes later we were back in front with another goal from Kade Smith.

Unfortunately, that is where our performance finished. Lack of courage and commitment allowed Dynamo to dominate and lack of concentration coupled with basic errors saw them score a further 5 goals without reply. It’s back to the drawing board and a lot of hard work over next few weeks for both players and coaches.

Player of the match was Kade Smith not only for his two goals but he was the only player who was committed and cared enough to battle – he won may balls both on the floor and in the air even though he is one of our smallest players.

Player of the Day: Kade Smith

Goals Scorers: Kade Smith (2)

Mowbray Rangers (2003) 2 Oadby Owls Eagles 1 – 23rd October 2011 (League)

First loss of the season. Ignoring the referee’s performance we made enough chances to win the game twice. It was one of those games where nothing went right and nothing went in. Some good player performances none the less with Matt Parker being MOM for another very solid game where not much got by him and his ball distribution was very good.

A game to put behind us and get back to winning ways in next match against Loughborough Dynamo

Player of the Day: Matt Parker

Goals Scorers: Sam Shenton

Kingsway Rangers 0 Oadby Owls Eagles 12 – 9th October 2011 (League)

After last week’s loss the lads applied themselves very well and played some very good football in first half with a lot of quick passing and movement.

6-0 up at half time with Jack Smith scoring his first goals for the club. The second half started as the first with some slick movement and the goals kept on coming – should have had move but a very good team performance.

Player of the Day: None awarded – team performance

Goals Scorers: Harry Lloyd-Rawson (4), Sam Shenton (3), Jack Smith (2), Harry Robinson (2) and Isaac Hutton

Oadby Owls Eagles 1 St Andrews Magpies 4 – 2nd October 2011 (County Cup)

A game of two halves – we were a bit overawed playing against Division one team and that showed in first half being 4-0 down at half time.

However, a good talking to and with good listening the boys came out with a little more passion and commitment. We put them under pressure and got a deserved goal by Man of the Match, Luke Tull. We pushed forward and could have had another couple but having said that, so could St Andrews. On the day St Andrews deserved the win but if we improve and apply ourselves better we will be more than a match next time.

Player of the Day: Luke Tull

Goals Scorers: Luke Tull

Oadby Owls Eagles 7 Anstey Swifts 3 – 25th September 2011 (League)

Another win but could have been better.

A goal up after 20 seconds with superb strike from Kade Smith, 1-1 after 2 minutes.

Sam Shenton put us ahead with goal direct from corner and another from Kade put us 3-1 but for another slip up – 3-2. Sam Shenton restored 2 goal lead to make it 4-2.

ressure told and a further goal from Kade Smith to get his hat-trick but a break away and another defensive error made it 5-3. After further pressure and more corners two further goals came – one from Luke Tull who followed up well to slip it past goalkeeper and Kade Smith taking his tally to 4 and winning him Man of the Match award. We need to sharpen up at the back if we are going to beat the better teams but we have proven we have the ability to score goals from any position in the team.

Player of the Day: Kade Smith

Goals Scorers: Kade Smith (4), Sam Shenton (2) and Luke Tull

Wigston Youth 2 Oadby Owls Eagles 3 – 14th September 2011 (League)

Well, well another win!!!! But this was not won by playing great football but by pure grit and determination. We went one goal down after 10 minutes. We pushed forward and ball came out to Man of the Match, Jack Bandy who rifled the ball back into the top of the net from outside the box. A goal mouth scramble saw Wigston score against the run of play but this did not stop the boys from pushing forward again and again. The pressure soon paid dividends and a well taken goal by Harry Lloyd Rawson put us back on level terms. Then, in one of their few attacks in last ten minutes Wigston broke clear and with only Aman Panacer to beat their centre forward shot but up stepped Aman to make a superb save.

Up we went and camped outside their box and were given a deserved free kick on the edge of the box. Matt Parker was told to come from defence and take the kick. There was an air of anticipation and Matt took his time to place the ball, took a couple steps back, looked up, knew where he wanted to put the ball and did exactly that – in the back of the net. A well earned win which showed the character of the team – they are never beaten.

Player of the Day: Jack Bandy

Goals Scorers: Harry Lloyd Rawson, Jack Bandy and Matthew Parker

Quorn 2006 0 Oadby Owls Eagles 5 – 11th September 2011 (League)

Good result in very windy conditions and on full size pitch. Although as a team they played well it could have been a lot better. Isaac Hutton scored a very well taken hat trick to earn ‘Man of the Match’. Sam Shenton and Harry Lloyd Rawson scored the others goals. Still 100% record but will have to improve if this is to continue.

Player of the Day: Isaac Hutton

Goals Scorers: Isaac Hutton (3) Sam Shenton and Harry Lloyd Rawson

Oadby Owls Eagles 3 Blaby & Whetstone 1 – 7th September 2011 (League Cup)

What a performance!!!. 1-0 up after 10 minutes from a superb volley from just outside the box from Kade Smith. Lead doubled 5 minutes later with Sam Shenton free kick from well outside the box – 2-0 at half-time. Chances came and went as we put pressure on. Blaby scored late on from a goal mouth scramble but we pushed forward to win corner. Up stepped Sam Shenton to score directly from the corner – a superb performance from all players. Chase Peel slotted superbly into Centre half and won ‘player of the day’.

Player of the Day: Chase Peel

Goals Scorers: Sam Shenton (2) and Kade Smith

Oadby Owls Eagles 5 Loughborough Dynamo (2004) 2 – 4th September 2011 (League)

2-0 down at half time reflected how we played and did not play to how we wanted. The second half saw an improvement and substitution worked with Harry Lloyd-Rawson coming off sub’s bench to score a hat trick. Two further goals from Sam Shenton sealed a hard earned win with a lot of work to do to improve on this performance.

Player of the Day: Jack Smith

Goals Scorers: Harry Lloyd-Rawson (3) and Sam Shenton (2)