September 19, 2018

Hucknall Warriors FC Updates

Axiomatic are pleased to announce a shirt sponsorship with Hucknall Warriors FC under 14s, for the remainder of the 2018/2019 season. The lads play in the YEL Nottingham Saturday Winter Division 6, after gaining promotion from Division 7 last season.

Throughout the year we’ll be bringing updates and match reports to you, detailing the teams’ journey through the campaign.

Results and Match Reports

08/09/2018     Hucknall Warriors        1 – 2        Calverton Miners Welfare

No Match Report available.

15/09/2018      Breaston Park                 2 – 9        Hucknall Warriors

A superb performance from Hucknall Warriors against a very well organised and strong opponent.  The first half hour of the match looked like the Warriors were in for a long afternoon, but not once did they hang their heads. At 2 – 0 down, they struck twice before half time to go in level at the break.

In the second half Warriors’ class showed as they began to take control. Leading by example Man of the Match Joel Rigley set strong foundations with his defending and passing range, enabling Warriors to stream forward. The game was secured soon into the second half, as goals from John, Corey, Reece, Ryan, Teddy & Jared highlighted the gulf in class between the two sides.

22/09/2018     Hucknall Warriors        4 – 4        Woodhouse Colts

Sloppy defending and dangerous attacking from both sides ensured they left this contest with honors even. 15 minutes into the game Warriors were 1-0 up, thanks to a neat finish from Ryan. The lead did not last long however, as they were pulled back to 1-1, 5 minutes later. By the end of the half Woodhouse had taken control of the game, leading 3-1 at half time.

Hucknall came out strongly after the break, and within 15 minutes of the re start had made it 3-3. With the clock ticking it appeared that Woodhouse has nicked all 3 points when they made it 4-3 with only a few minutes remaining. Warriors didn’t let their heads drop, however. Joel Rigley scored an audacious goal from the half way line with virtually the last kick of the game, to ensure Warriors got the point their efforts deserved.

06/10/2018     Hucknall Warriors        8 – 4        Hucknall Sports

Goal blitzes at the opening and closing stages were too much for local rivals Hucknall Sports to deal with – as Hucknall Warriors earned a comfortable victory in the first derby of the season. Within the opening 15 minutes, Warriors raced to a 3 goal lead, courtesy of efforts from Reece, Ryan and Joel. Before half time however, Hucknall Sports brought it back to 3 goals apiece.

After the restart a quick goal from both teams ensured things stayed level at 4-4. 20 more minutes went by with neither team able to find an opening. As the game approached its conclusion, Hucknall Warriors went up a gear. Clinical goals from Joel, Reece, Cory and John in the final 15 minutes put clear daylight between the two sides, as Hucknall Warriors ended up comfortable winners.

13/10/2018     Kimberley Miners Welfare        4 – 6        Hucknall Warriors

After an even first half, Hucknall Warriors took control to send themselves top of the table on goal difference. Immediately Warriors started well, grabbing an early goal in the opening minutes. Kimberley Miners Welfare (KMW) responded impressively, getting an early goal of their own to leveling things at 1-1. Mid way through the first half, Joel and Jared score for Warriors to make it 3-1. KMW ensured however, that at half time the game was not out of their reach, nicking a goal right before the interval to make it 3-2 at the break.

Sloppy defending from Hucknall Warriors after the restart saw KMW score two quick goals, leaving Warriors 4-3 down 10 minutes into the 2nd half. This appeared to be a wake-up call for the lads, as they dominated from here on. They quickly had themselves an equaliser thanks to an outside the box effort from Reece. With the scores at 4-4 and the clock ticking, Warriors’ dominance of this period of the game began to show. They began to force mistakes out of the KMW defense and more goals looked a matter of “when” rather than “if”. A goal scored by Cory 5 minutes from time put Warriors in front, and then another from John sealed the points for Hucknall Warriors.