Our recent Creative League related posts haven’t been all that happy. We were going into last night’s match against CTI with a whopping zero points. After playing Return on Digital last week and losing 12-11 (after having been 4-0 up at one point) we were feeling frustrated, to say the least.
CTI were third (on goal difference) going into last night’s game and had some decent wins under their belt. We were expecting a tough match. We were psyching ourselves up all week (Mark Bebbington was so psyched up he was almost doing laps of the office) and knew anything other than three points on the board last night was going to result in tantrums and ridicule – again.
We’ll cut to the chase and tell you we won 15 – 7! We were organised and confident last night and it produced results. Our seemingly eternal losing streak obviously endeared us to some, as we could hear encouragement directed our way from the sidelines.
It was rather nice not to be the team swearing at ourselves and leaving the pitch with heads down.
We’re now 7th in the league (pushing for a Europa League place, surely)!
Here’s hoping it’s the start of a long winning streak!
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