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Glenfield Utd teams

A mid-season round up from all our Glenfield United teams, and a pretty positive season so far as well.
Our new under 8's team have enjoyed their first taste of Sunday morning football, performing well against other teams both outdoors and indoors.
Both under 9's have had a good first half of the season as well, with the Hawks seeing their performances progress as the season has gone on while the Foxes are seeing marked improvements, partly thanks to their futsal matches improving their skills.
The under 10's have also seen improved displays in their development fixtures, along with the FA coach mentoring programme that they and several other teams have been involved with this season.
All our 9v9 teams have had a great start to their seasons. The under 11 Lions started off slowly but are now at the time of writing on a five match unbeaten run to sit comfortably in mid-table. That's also where the under 11 Tigers sit in their division, winning three of their nine league games including a 12-1 win back in October.
Our under 12's couldn't have wished for a better start to their season, winning all eight of their league games to go into Christmas top of the table. The highlight being a 5-2 victory over previously unbeaten Croft in November.
The under 13's are also enjoying the comforts of mid-table and themselves have enjoyed a double-figures win, beating Greentowers 14-0 at the start of November. The club also has two new teams. Our Saturday under 13 team are top of the Midlands Junior Premier League with a 100% record, while the under 13 2014 team are also at the summit of their division and in the quarter finals of the County Cup.
Our under 16's are sadly nearer the foot of the table, winning their first two games of the season in September but none since. However, performances have improved over the last few weeks and a win is surely around the corner. The under 16 2005 team are third in their division and will be looking to kick on in 2015 to hopefully secure a second consecutive league title.
Finally, the senior team sit in mid-table in the Alliance League division six, going on a four match unbeaten run during September and October but results dipped as they came across stronger opposition. However, coming from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 last month shows the team have plenty of character and belief.
For more regular updates from your local grassroots football club, visit our Twitter page @GlenfieldUnited, our Facebook page Glenfield United Football Club or our website www.glenfieldunited.co.uk
Here's hoping the good news continues into 2015.
Matt Elliott

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