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Powerchair Team pick up six points

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AFC Bournemouth’s powerchair team returned to South East Regional League action back in February, with fixtures against Greenwich Powerchair FC and Norwich Canaries.

The side returned to Bournemouth having taken all six points from their opposition over the day’s fixtures.

That against Greenwich PFC was second against third in the table, with the winner closing the gap between themselves and league leaders Reading PFC. 

The first goal came after 13 minutes, Chris King finding himself at the back post where he received a pass from Regan Kemp, reverse span and smashed it home to put the Cherries 1-0 up.

The game remained close, with both sides having plenty of chances, but it would be AFC Bournemouth’s King who netted again with just five minutes remaining of the first half.

The Cherries started the second period on top and continued to add goals to their tally, with King finishing his hat-trick and securing all three points.  

The next game saw AFC Bournemouth play Norwich Canaries.

The Cherries, who were frustrated at the start of the game, got on the scoresheet firsts thanks to Adam Sevenoaks getting the better of the ‘keeper at the back post.

A second goal was added on 14 minutes, as Skinner, who was now playing on the pitch, scored his first of the day.

Norwich were still giving it their all and had a few chances themselves, but some brilliant defending from Kemp kept the clean sheet in-tact. 

The goals continued to come for AFC Bournemouth and a quick set-piece caught the Norwich defenders off0guard and meant Ronaldo Rodrigues-Kemp was all on his own in the Canaries half with a simple yet effective finish for his first goal of the season and the Cherries third of the game.

The second half started with again more changes for the Warriors and it didn’t take long for the changes to pay off, as King added to his goal tally for the day with a well-worked fourth for AFC Bournemouth.

Kemp was also able to get himself on the scoresheet with two quick-fire goals, which saw the Cherries player having now scored in every game this season for the South East Squad.

With the game drawing to a close, King was able to score his second of the game, and fifth of the day, after a great team move. The game finished AFC Bournemouth 8-1 Norwich Canaries.

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