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Added on Thursday 14 Oct 2010

This was the first home game of the season for the thunder, and after their road trip win against Lee Valley two weeks prior the team were in a confident, buoyant mood.

The first period started with both teams playing some attractive hockey, but neither penetrating enough to cause any major problems to either netminder. It was however very evident that the home team are full of confidence at the beginning of this campaign and they showed this by gradually grinding the visitors down.
The thunder needed a goal to set the winning wheels in motion and this duly came from Altermate captain Archie Bicknell who broke free down the left and placed a nicely timed wrist shot into the top left of the goal.
As always the goal allowed the whole team to relax and take the upper hand in the game. Just a few minutes later Bicknell doubled both his and the teams tally with another well placed goal.
There was time for one more goal before the interval when Sean Molloy finished a sublime move by once again beating the Streatham goalie.
The team went into the break with a comfortable three goal to nil lead.

The second period was totally dominated by the thunder who had a comfortable goal cushion which allowed them to dictate all areas of the ice. Further goals were added by Alex Trendall and Aidan Doughty. The pick of the period goals was from Trendall who drove up centre ice whilst Doughty found a cross ice pass which fell perfectly on the stick of Trendall who placed an exquisite low shot into the back of the net.
The period ended with a totally unasailable lead of seven goals to nil.

The final period was about all the players getting good ice time and keeping a clean sheet for Aaron Craft between the pipes. Further goals were added by Eden Holton and Doughty to end the game with a superb ten goals to nil win. Very Happy
Once again the all round team performance and attituded was spot on. There were also three new players in Alistair Copping, Lee Tyers and Jesse Scott-Donagh who all did themselves proud in their first ever game.
So after their first two games of the season against good opposition the thunder have scored sixteen and are yet to conceed. The next game is away to Peterborough on October 9th where hopefully the winning streak will continue.

Man of the match: Alexander Trendall
Spirit of the game: Lee Tyers

Points: Aidan Doughty 5+1, Archie Bicknnell 2+1, Sean Molloy 1+1, Eden Holton 1+1, Alexander Trendall 1+0, Andrew McCloskey 0+1, Jordan Jacobs 0+1, Connor Price 0+1

Aaron Craft 15 shots.

Team: Aaron Craft, Ross Beale, Lee Tyers, Alistair Copping, Jesse Scott-Donagh, Andrew McCloskey, Sean Molloy, Eden Holton, Jordan Jacobs, Alexander Trendall, Aidan Doughty, Ollie Bennett, Archie Bicknell, Connor Price, Jake Bontoft, Harrison Brown, Paedar Ives.

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