Charlton 0-0 Reading U16s
Report by Sue Prior
Page last updated at 2:47PM UTC, Saturday, 15 March 2014
Our juniors had a good Saturday playing 5 games, winning 3, drawing 1 & losing 1. Our U14`s play Sunday.
Charlton 0 Reading 0
A closely contested match with both teams showing great commitment and the result could have gone either way. Player of the Match Saliha Topcu was outstanding at the heart of the defence but every one of our players were not far behind as the battled for every ball and showed great team work and commitment.
It was only the second time this season a team has taken points off the League Champions and with a little more luck we could have taken all 3 points.
Reading 2 Charlton 0
The second game of the double header continued in the same way as we made Reading fight every inch of the way. With players getting tired there were a few rough challenges and in the end the scoreline flattered the Royals. We were really unlucky not to get a point out of this game too with Saliha scooping a Player of the Match double with another great defensive performance.
Well done all the girls, you`ll sleep well tonight & Kim can go off for her ACL op feeling proud.
Hampstead A 1 Charlton 0
We were unlucky to go out of the London FA Girls Cup semi-final by just the odd goal.
The U12`s also had a double header to help catch up on the backlog of fixtures.
Islington 0 Charlton 1
We won the first game with a lone goal from Kaylie wilson. Player of the match was Wiktoria Wyporek
Charlton 5 Islington 1
In the second fixture we really got into a stride and ran out convincing winners with Kaylie netting a hat-trick and Sophie Nicholls a brace. Players of the match was Kaylie Wilson.
Charlton 5 Camden 2
Another good performance from our ever improving and every growing U10 squad. Tegan netted a hat-trick which included a Pittuckesque Worldy by all accounts whilst Kayleigh bagged a brace. Well done girls