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Warriors begin new league season

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AFC Bournemouth Warriors’ powerchair players started their season with two games last weekend.

The Cherries were defeated by Norwich in the opening fixture despite Ronaldo and Chris going close to earning them a draw.

But the second game of the day saw the Cherries earn three points and their first win of the campaign against Sevenoaks development squad.

Neither team were able to create any clear-cut chances in the opening period, but with eight minutes to go until the break, Chris scored after some good play from Adam to create the opportunity.

Sevenoaks applied the pressure in the second half, but the Cherries had Regan to thank goal with two superb saves keeping three points intact.

Last weekend meant that the Cherries finished the weekend in fourth in the table, and they now look forward to playing their next fixtures against top of the league Muscle Warriors and third placed Sevenoaks PFC.

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