F.C. Knights Killeen v Twin Cities F.C.

Texas Premier Soccer League

Saturday 12th November 2016

Kick off 19.00 Actual 19.01

F.C. Knights Killeen 2 Twin Cities F.C. 4,  attendance 26

20′ 0-1

25′ 0-2

29′ 0-3

49′ 0-4

63′ 1-4

76′ 2-4

@ Summit Soccer Complex

401, North Amy Lane

Harker Heights, TX 76548

No admission or programme.

It had been an easy 44 mile drive north from Georgetown and was less than 10 miles off route back to Dallas. Plenty of time to go to the ground to make sure the game was on, getting there just as the away team were arriving. I then headed off for something to eat.

Knights are new to the league, having been formed by the coach of now defunct Temple United from last season, hence the move south to Harker Heights. Twin Cities, who are top of the league, were coasting it until Knights got their first goal and despite conceding a second, were never likely to throw it away and even missed a penalty two minutes from the end which would have given them a greater winning margin.

Austin Real Cuauhtemoc F.C. v Central Texas Lobos

Texas Premier Soccer League

Saturday 12th November 2016

Kick off 15.00 Actual 15.03

Austin Real Cuauhtemoc F.C.  1 Central Texas Lobos 1,  attendance 42

76′ 0-1

85′ 1-1

@ Georgetown Recreation Center

1003, North Austin Avenue

Georgetown, TX 78626

No admission or programme.

This was a late venue change in a match I was doing anyway. The 3pm kick off also meant a double opportunity. Thankfully, Lobos have a very good Facebook page, so I had no problem turning up at the correct place. It pitched the current champions against a league newcomer pushing for a place in the end of season play offs. ARC had a man sent off a minute before going behind, whilst the visitors conceded the equaliser just three minutes after they were also reduced to 10 men.