Bears make history in 1st competitive match at new sports hub

A sense of excitement and nerves could be felt today as the Bears arrived. With the new kit laid out in the changing room the Bears knotted up and went out to warm up taking everything in their stride. Both teams lined up in the tunnel and were led onto the pitch by their respective managers and the referee Mark Biss.


What a performance from the Bears every single player played superbly and we could have given out 13 man of the matches but today for his sheer presence, hold up,play and all round game it goes to Joshua Fahey.

The Bears got clapped off the pitch by the Walton Casuals senior team and were congratulated by Anthony Gale (1st team Manager) as Anthony came into the changing room to praise the Bears on how they played and how they should be proud of the way they just represented the orange of Walton Casuals with a superb footballing performance.

1st game of the season, 1st competitive game at the sports hub, 1st goal scored, 1st win recorded….a day of history.


Read the full match report here