Author: Robert Gooch

Local League: University of East Anglia 4 – 3 Milton Keynes

A low scoring game, scrappy in places, especially in the first quarter. UEA jumped to a two goal lead early on as MK pressured too high up the field, leading to defenders getting turned and multiple UEA players running free

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SEMLA League: Milton Keynes 3 – 13 Buckhurst Hill

MK lost to a much better team today in Buckhurst Hill. The visitors from darkest Essex have quality and experience and they quickly jumped to a 5-1 lead by just passing the ball around (and through) the MK defence. It

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Local League: Milton Keynes 1 – 7 Hitchin A

Honours even after back-to-back games vs Hitchin A. We beat them last week at their place. They beat us today and stormed the 4th quarter to leave comfortable winners. More to follow… Game Stats 1:7 (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:7) MK

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Local League: Hitchin A 4 – 6 Milton Keynes

First visit to Hitchin’s new match-day home in a village just south of Hitchin which has one of the best changing rooms in the league. It’s only a concrete shed beside the playing fields, but the two changing rooms are

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SEMLA League: Milton Keynes 3 – 6 Camden Capybaras

Camden Capybaras blew hot for 90 seconds in the 3rd quarter, against an otherwise faultless MK defence. With the score at 2-3, Camden scored on a delayed penalty. Lesson #1 for MK; keep playing after a flag is thrown and

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Milton Keynes at Reading LC

The scheduled league game at Hitchin was postponed and will be rescheduled so the majority of the MK team travelled down to Reading LC to play a 3-way series of games. Our two opponents were a Reading LC team comprising

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Local League: Milton Keynes 9 – 3 Uni of East Anglia

Another local league game against a student team. UEA arrived in a TARDIS of a minibus with 21 players somehow coming out of an 18-seater bus. They actually also had one car following but still a good effort to get

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Local League: Milton Keynes 7 – 3 Cambridge Uni Eagles

First ever fixture in the new East Anglia Local League, and MK’s first win of the new season. The “Local Leagues” are a parallel competition alongside the main “SEMLA League”. Local league divisions cover smaller geographies than those in the

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SEMLA League: Camden Capybaras 11 – 3 Milton Keynes

Opening game of the new season and it was a shock to all those in MK green to play again on a full sized pitch, opposed to small 8-a-side pitches that we’d become used to during pre-season with tournaments in

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Midweek evening training starts 18th September 2018

Milton Keynes club midweek in-season evening training at Stantonbury Campus restarts on Tuesday 18th September 2018, from 8pm until 9:30pm (sometimes 9:45pm when we have opportunity). Click here for more info about Stantonbury including maps. Training is open to all

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