The following clips have been put together from the 11s game on Saturday. They are in order as they happened in the game rather than organised by topic. Watch them once through without stopping. Then, watch them again, but take note of the comments and questions adn think about your responses. There is not always one answer, but the fact you are thinking about it, will help you.
Watch the following clips
What do the players do which enable them to play this particular style of football? What common things do you notice in each of the clips?
stuck? Try looking at:
- look at player movement
- look at detail of pass execution
- look at overload in areas of the pitch
Now watch this
The 11's squad met Swindon for the second time in three weeks to contest the 1st round of the Southern Counties Cup on Saturday.
In the first meeting BWB had come out on top 3-0 and had controlled the play for most of the match, but the boys were keen to put yesterday's festivities behind them to produce a good performance on the level of last week against Gloucester.
The annual Christmas party was bigger than ever this year with 150 people gathering at Twerton Park on Friday night.
Team Li in the kitchen put Ramsey to shame as they delivered some tasty meals in preparation for the evenings light entertainment.
Jamie as an under 11
Former players of BWB have agreed to rejoin the team in order to help the current crop of juniors make the most of their time.
Stefan Bruggers, Harry Barter, Ben Harding, Max James (all under 13), Charlie Myrie (under 12), and first captain Jamie Smithies (U21) will be showing their faces on a Monday or Wednesday night and joining in with the training.
Report by Bob Owen from Gloucester Schools:
Gloucester’s A Squad turned in a hugely competitive and resilient display to return from Chilcompton with three Cotswold League points and in so doing leapfrog their opponents in the CL table.
The Trust's annual Christmas gathering will take place this Friday at Twerton Park, 1830 start.
All members and their families are invited to attend but pre-registration is necessary owing to catering requirements. Chef Li will lead a team preparing for the evening's sustenance, and there will also be a special BWB competition featuring challenges involving speed, mental strength, accuracy and knowledge!
Good day at work, bad day at the office
The BWB A side took another 3 points in teh Cotswolds League as they entertained Swindon for the first time in 5 years.
BWB hosted Eastleigh at all age groups today on a chilly but lovely day at Chilcompton. The under 9s and 10s faced the vistors in 7-a-side games whilst the 11B squad played 9-a-side.