Round nine of season two and the five senior teams are making their mark, with Base dominating the leader board.
Underdogs, Zlatans Minions, were in good form showing great teamwork against Base, but unfortunately were no match for the opposition's wrath losing 4-7.
Although Base dominated the first half of the game 3-1 Zlatans Minions kept fighting back with an exceptional goalie Richard McMillian blocking Base's goal attacks.
Josh Day, the captain of Zlatans Minions must have given the team some encouraging advice during the half-time break, because they came back fighting, drawing the scores at 4-4.
Unfortunately, Base captain Nathan Crispe was missing, but under Josh Kok's direction, Base continued to shine with strength on the team like Richard Lendon-Moyle, Josh McCartney, Jayden McCartney, William Williams, Caleb Wilson and new member Brody Stein kicking the most goals (3) in the team.
In Brody Stein's second game it was hard to tell he was only adopted into the "family" last week with all members very welcoming.
... Zlatans Minions kept fighting back ...
Yet again, team Chelsea, in the 9 and under age group, dominated their game defeating Tottenham 13-3 with Chace Brasser kicking nine goals.
Chace Brasser's agility is astounding and overwhelmed the opposing team. Definitely a player to keep your eyes on.
While in our 12 and under age group, team Cardiff City was no match for Crystal Palace losing 5-6. It was a good match to watch with both teams battling it out for the game domination.
Although Sam Preston kicked four goals for Cardiff City, Crystal Palace's Dane Cardinaels matched it with his own four goals giving them the lead to win.
Although the younger age groups on Fridays are fast on their feet, nothing compares to the strength, agility and communication in the 16 and under competition.
The Southampton game against Leicester City was extremely intense and fast. Unfortunately, with four players against five, Leicester City lost 5-12.
Captain/Coach Caleb Wilson has the skills of a professional player, kicking three goals, but unfortunately the ability of brothers Will and Sam Cairns defensively and offensively overpowered with all members of Southampton scoring, the numbers worked against Leicester City in the end.