GFC disability squads compete in their fourth tournament after prolonged winter break
With the season well underway our GFC SENtaurs recently played in their fourth tournament of the season.
This was the first time the teams had played since November as their monthly tournaments had a break over the winter period. They’ve been working extremely hard in training and were eager to play their fourth tournament.
The U16s had a successful competition with the focus being on their shape and positional awareness, while also encompassing a new formation. The players took to it very well and there were some very positive performances all round which bode well for the rest of the season.
The U13s are still short on players so recruited players on the day from other teams. The team bonded quickly and this seemed to help in them having a successful day, winning four and drawing three of their eight games.
The U11s had what could be described as their best tournament yet, only losing one game of four but mostly for showing some of the best sporting behaviour seen for children of their age.
With huge smiles and enthusiasm they shared themselves around to teams who were struggling to field full squads, even to the point where they had to play against each other!
They worked brilliantly as a team sharing both the work load and the glory with some superb team goals and an ever improving set of passing moves.
.01634 350125 or firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the reclassification of age groups the SENtaurs are looking to recruit additional players, in particular players for our U13s, so if you would be interested in joining the team please contact Centre Manager, Kimi Bolden,