"The Club is the people not a building or location. We can thrive anywhere." -Janet Fricker Malofiy
Overall, it was one of the most enjoyable amateur games I've watched in a while. It was played at a very good pace with quick interchange of play and the talent was abundant all over the field. Even though the loss is disappointing there are still a lot of positives to take from the day. This was our first cup final in about 10 years
Two goals were scored by Finn Reese, the first on a penalty kick, with the third from none other than Matt Sullivan. Keeper, James Brett, came away with another clean sheet and was bestowed the title of Man of the Match by head coach Jason Karasow.
Tonight, at 9:00pm on Field # 5 at the Proving Grounds in Conshohoken, your German Hungarians take on Colonial SC in the Semi-Final of the East Penn Open Cup named for Frank Giancroce. Come on out, dress in your warmest club gear and support our team!