Whitewebbs Eagles Under 10's ( Green )
Manager: Lee Street
mobile: 07986 425578
Coach: Joe Street
We are currently a 7-a-side team playing in the Indigo division of the Mid-Herts Rural Minors League. Our focus is on player development and ensuring there is a fun environment to enable all of our players to succeed.
New players are always welcome to attend our training sessions, held at Enfield College ( Conel ) on Wednesdays
6.30 - 8.00pm.
Please call 07986 425578 to discuss your son or daughters attendance.
Season Performance to date
Goals Scored 49
Number of Scorers 7
Goals Conceded 28
Last match played: February 2nd 2019
Kick off 10.00 am
A cold start to the day, was equally matched by a cold, disjointed performance by the team. Our passing failed to get going and we hardly put Walkern's keeper to the test.
Ryan, Ben and Nathan held the back line well, but couldn't create the play to link up with the forwards and launch a meaningful attack. Afc Walkern handled the few attacks we got underway and for most of the 1st half, the possession between the teams was restricted to the centre of the field.
An over committed Walkern keeper found himself caught outside his box and allowed a composed Kian to slot home the opening goal on the 35th minute.
Half time team talk allowed us to look at our positioning, movement and team spirit, with a quick reminder to the squad about the things we do well.
The second half could have been part of a different game, our passing was slick and our movement off the ball was productive. Archie was called upon to pull off one of his trademark saves, one of those that leaves you wondering how he does it !
Four different goal scorers presented themselves to put a finish on the teams hard work.
Special mention to Roc & Eloise, who played some of their best football of recent games and showed just how hard they have been working to get back to fitness, following sickness and fractured bones.
Player of the Match - to follow
November 2019 - Ben signs for Whitewebbs Eagles
A great addition to the team, Ben has made his mark on the team and is loving his football
Ware Fc U9's Tournament 2018 - Cup Winners
Omonia Fc U9's Tournament 2018 - Plate Winners
Previous Match - September 22nd 2018
Hertford Town Bucks
Kick Off 10.00am
Some spirited attacks from both sides throughout the game, calling on both defences and goal keepers to work hard. A close run game throughout and ultimately the final score was a true reflection of the game.
Player of the match Nathan
Previous Match: September 15th 2018
BSCFC ( Youth )
Kick Off: 10.00 am
Our second game of the season would see us play host to BSCFC (Bishops Stortford) and a chance to use our new grass pitch.
The first half was dominated by Whitewebbs, some well executed link up play from Austin, Bradley and Ryan saw us camped in their half for the majority of the first 25 minutes. Well taken shots from Harry, repeatedly blocked by the defense and keeper. On the occasions the opposition were able to mount an attack, steadfast defense by Ro'c, Kian and Nathan put a swift end to their efforts and meant Archie had little to do in our goal mouth.
Our first half lead was there to be built upon, but just as easily given away if we did not recognise our weaknesses. Both would prove to be true, goals at both ends in the second half to round off another entertaining match.
Experimentation allowed players to try new positions and formations throughout the game and it's fair to say that not all of my selections worked, but the players adapted well and put in another great team performance.
Player of the match - Kian
Previous Match: October 6th 2018
Hertford Heath Jumiors Hawks
Kick Off 10.00AM
Hertford Heath started the first half, but quickly surrendered possession to our defense, who, some what surprised to be involved so quickly, managed to slice the clearance and out for a throw in.
The game was a little disjointed to begin, but slowly both teams settled down. Whitewebbs launched countless trips in to the opposition half, but lacked either the finish or a structured attack to break the deadlock.
A congested goal mouth assisted in our opening goal, shortly followed by some fancy footwork and a great deal of composure from Austin to slot it home a second.
Half time team talk was to warn that the game was not over, our opposition were far from done and would continue to threaten us if allowed. The team agreed they were not playing to their full potential.
Second half underway and Whitewebbs demonstrated just what we were capable of, a fantastic 3 player, 5 pass attack, only to be thwarted by a fantastic save.
Goals at both ends of the pitch second half proved our team talk to be correct, Whitewebbs were playing much better, but Hertford Heath came back strong and spurred on by goal from a free kick, were looking to cause the team more problems and would succeed.
A great game, fair result and a good indicator of where we can refine our skills.
Player of the Match - Austin
Previous Match: September 8th 2018
Welwyn Garden City Youth U10s Hurricanes.
Kick off : 10.00 am
At last !! The season got underway and saw us take the short drive in to Hertfordshire. WGC got proceedings underway and immediately showed they could move the ball around and could cause our defense problems, if they were allowed too much space.
Most of the first half looked as though both teams would neutralise the others work and we might see a rare scoreless draw.
Whitewebbs launched some great offensive moves, fancy footwork and determined breaks by Austin, Bradley and Harry, saw us threaten their goal, time and time again, held out by some great defensive work and brave goalkeeping. Sublime passing from Kian and relentless support work from Ryan contributed further to our attacks and eventually the deadlock was broken.
Great defensive work from Eloise, Nathan and Ro'c kept us strong at the back. On the occasions our positioning let WGC through, Archie was ready to pull off some great saves.
The team were determined to make substitution decisions difficult, hard work from every single player, made such decisions a matter of getting players equal game time, rather than dire necessity.
The final score was felt to be a fair reflection of a close and very entertaining game.
Player of the match - Bradley