Published: Monday, February 27th 2017
Slough Town PALS compete in FA Peoples Cup
Written by Alan Meredith, Slough Town PALS Manager
Slough Town PALS showed off their new training tops at the FA Peoples Cup on Sunday.
Slough Town PALS had a disappointing day in the regional 5-a-side heat of the FA Peoples Cup held at Goals Reading on Sunday.
During the first of six group games, one of our main players suffered a seizure and our concern for the remainder of the day rightly centred on his welfare.
The team rallied to win games against Oxford City and MK Dons Falcons, despite losing the first three matches and were desperately unlucky to lose the final match.
The inability to keep a single clean sheet was our problem whilst we clearly missed our two strikers that were unavailable.
Team captain Paul Wade had a good day, scoring all 10 of our goals over the six games and some players at least got some much needed match practice.
It has been a long winter break and we are eager to get back to winning ways in the league in March.
Slough Town PALS would like to thank S.I.M (Safety, Industrial & Maintenance) Ltd of Rainham, Essex for providing the team with new training tops and bottoms. This was due to the help of Slough Town supporter Mark Harding.