R2 – Prom Coast v Drouin

The Drouin Dragons continued where they left off last week by winning all 3 games against the Prom Coast in Welshpool.

Under 12’s Boys
Fulltime Score: Drouin 11 – Prom Coast 0
Sunday’s game was a pleasing result with a very good team effort. Samuel backed up last week’s effort with a superb first half dominating with seven goals. Even more pleasing though was the way the team combined in the second half with many opportunities created and much better awareness not to be caught offside. Great game from Ethan who worked tirelessly and scored three second half goals. Defence kept a clean sheet and was very well organised with Thomas marshalling his troops to great effect. A special mention to Ace who performed well having moved into defence for the second half and another special mention to Jack who played his first game for DDSC.
Player Awards
Best on Ground: Samuel Bradford
Most Disciplined Player: Ethan Bongiorno
Goal Scorers: Samul Bradford 7, Ethan Bongiorno 3, Cain Layland 1 (penalty).

U16 Boys
Full-time Score: Drouin 13 – Prom Coast 1
Drouin came out firing in the first half scoring 6 goals in the first 27 minutes of play. Prom Coast dug their heals in and held Drouin scoreless for the remainder of the half. Prom Coast recorded a goal on the scoreboard after an own goal leaving the score at 6-1 to close out the half. The second half continued as strongly as the first with another 7 goals coming from a number of well thought out attacking moves.
Player Awards:
Best on Ground: d’Artagnan Belcher
Coaches Award: Sam Shcreyer
Most Disciplined Player: Isaiah Chatelier
Goal Scorers:
Carlos Galdamez 5, Steve Bearchell 2, Jessica Nalty 2, Isaiah Chatelier 1, Henry Grant 1, Daniel Patchett 1, Zac Laughlin 1

Senior Reserves
Full-time Score: Drouin 25 – Prom Coast 1
The Drouin Reserves started at a blistering pace recording 7 goals on the score-sheet within the first 15 minutes of play. The scoring continued at a consistent rate throughout the remainder of the first half after the team worked collaboratively stringing together well worked passing combinations The first half closed at 13:1 in Drouin’s favour.
The second half was a repeat of the first half, with the team dominating the play in every facet of the game. It was an outstanding performance on the day with the score reflecting the total control asserted by the players.
Player Awards:
Country Club Best on Ground: Trey Dekker
Hotondo Homes Coaches Award: Mark Rossi
Goal Scorers: Trey Dekker 9, Riley Kittelty 4, Arjay Trillanes 2, Aaron Patchett 4, Mark Rossi 1, Sebastian Deligt 1,Steve Bearchell 1, Paratene Cooper 1, d,Artagnan Belcher 1