Slaz 1st travelled to Leeds to play Ramgarhia 1st team. Both teams set off with a clear intent to gain the upper hand, slaz swung the ball round the pitch meeting a packed out defence, whilst Ramgarhia locked their D tight with men and hit slaz on the break with few in numbers with aerial balls.
Both teams looked dangerous, but Ramgarhia Short corner play making to gain short corners gave their routine the advantage by putting two goals in the first half to slaz’s zero.
Man of the match Jack Kitchen worked well on the right and fed good balls forward. Slaz spent most of the second half in Ramgarhia’s half but only at the end did they manage to put a goal past Ramgarhia’s player of the match.
The game finished 3-1 slaz having an overall decent performance, but failing to break a solid defence down.