A fast paced game that produced some end to end hockey. The first half was all Framlingham. They showed good pace and stick skills to spend a majority of the time in the Woodbridge half of the pitch. Woodbridge stood up to the challenge and defended amazingly. Saif Toubasey and Hugo Thomas in the middle of the defence were like a brick wall not allowing Framlingham to pass. On the odd occasion when they did find a gap Alfie Franklin was an imposing figure in goal making impressive save after impressive save to keep the score level. Woodbridge had to mainly counter attack and this paid off in the dying minutes of the half with repeat offences at a penalty corner resulted in a penalty flick. Hugo Thomas stepped up and converted the ball into the roof of the net, the travelling fans went wild. The second half was one of the best you may ever see at this age group. Fast paced attack and continued solid defence. Both sides having chances to get on the scoresheet but both unable to score. With the minutes ticking down Woodbridge held strong and ran out 1-0 winners at the final whistle. The effort and determination but all the players was incredible and the win was deserved in a very tight entertaining game.