The under 11s put in a good display and led for 90% of the game, but were left scratching their heads when three consecutive three kicks gifted the points to Bristol.
Odd Down could easily have been mistaken for a scene from a movie depicting some form of wintery natural disaster this evening. As the parents huddled for salvation, the smurfs battled with Swindon Town FC on the carpet.
The 14s had a good run out against Chippeneham on Saturday in Bath.
Alf, Bugsy and Abe were drafted in from the younger age groups to support the squad and they did a great job fitting in.
It took a good 10 minutes for the goal to come, but it was inevitable that it would come from Wilf down the right as he caused havoc for large parts of the game.
The 11s bowed out of the Shires Cup on Saturday following a poor 1st half performance which saw the travelling smurfs concede two goals.
The early morning journey to Newbury was not made by all as both keepers became unavailable through injury and illness. However, we were lucky the game was on as the ground was covered in frost on arrival.
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The BANES Sport Partnership hosted the annual girls' 6-a-side tournament at Odd Down last Wednesday.
The event, sponsored by the Bath & Wiltshire School Sport Trust, was eventually won by WASPS after they beat Oldfield park on pemalties in the final. 14 priamry schools turned up in the fog to compete and by the looks of the smiles and cheers, it was an afternoon enjoyed by all.