A number of Trinity students participated in a national, Independent Schools Football Assocation (ISFA) cup match this week – the ISFA Boodles National Cup, between Trinity 1st XI Vs and King Edwards, Witley.
Mr Wilson, Head of Football reports back on the action: “Within the first four minutes, Trinity managed to break the deadlock with a goal from Ollie Scarles on the right-hand side of the box. We were then were able to get a foothold in the game and managed to score one more before half time through a Conor Giblin curled effort.
“The King Edwards goalkeeper had pulled out some outstanding saves especially with ten minutes to play managing to save a header in the bottom right corner of his goal which had both sets of coaching staff in disbelief… But, at half time, it was 2-0 to Trinity.
“Two minutes into the second half, Trinity was able to add one more through a Jorginho style penalty from Max Cormack who put it in the bottom corner. Alex Tagg then played a lovely ‘pass’ through the keeper’s legs for Kai Patterson to tap in his first of the game.
“Kai quickly latched onto his second of the evening finishing from within the six-yard box from a lovely bit of work on the right-hand side from Alex Tagg. Scarles then added to his total from just outside the 18-yard box of which Kai quickly then responded with his hattrick. U16 Dan Brown scored a free kick which was bent around the wall for the keeper to only parry it into his own net with Ollie Scarles sealing the second hat-trick of the day with a corner. The result – a fantastic, 9-0 win for Trinity.”
The squad now look towards the next round of the ISFA Boodles cup which is against Brentwood School on Wednesday 22nd September.
We wish them the best of luck!
“As a coach I was extremely proud of the students. Throughout the game they showed the hunger and desire to win whilst also sticking to the Trinity values that are core to the Trinity Football programme.”
Mr Wilson, Head of Football
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