The Value (4 XI)  season review

On the back of a massive 17/18 season the new year started a little slowly for the value with a few poor BUCs results and too many draws in MHRA. But as the year wore on the team began to gel and with that came some better results. By term 2 MRHA draws were being turned into wins and we started to cement ourselves towards the top end of the table. BUCs was over before it had really begun with one team running away at the top but term 2 allowed some big away days. It may come as a surprise to hear that our strong term 2 form coincided to Sam “Hodor” Kemps transition to striker but it did happen and even culminated in a BUCs season finalé that saw both Gramms and Hodor net hat tricks in a big win to secure 2nd spot. In MRHA a couple of back to back wins at the end of the season saw us clinch 3rd place again only beaten by 2 runaway leaders. The end of the official season left two highly important fixtures to play for the value - the annual match against the ladies which saw us triumph against an impressive ladies 1st team and then a week later beating the mixed men’s 1st team even without player of the season Adam Morgan.


All in all a strong season for the Value and I have no doubt that Seb will lead another large value season next year.

© 2019 Charlie Brew

© 2018 Photos by Tim Nunan