News April 19, 2016

CFC beats AIG

Last week’s football match between CFC and AIG resulted in a decisive victory for our team, and sets the team on course for the Lloyd’s Cup finals on 10 May. Our 16-strong team gave it their all and the final results speak for themselves: a massive win of 4 – 1 against the AIG team.

Hailing from all parts of the CFC family, the team showed some serious football skills throughout the Lloyd’s Cup semi-final, which was held at Ilford’s Ford Sports & Social Club. Amongst a number of strong performances, Ant Aylett’s hat trick certainly stood out and put us on the winning track. The third goal was scored shortly after halftime, after which AIG scored a penalty shot – which was the only ball to pass goalkeeper Graeme Cooke all night. Still, it was just too little too late for AIG, as their penalty shot was promptly followed by George Stollery with a cheeky and impressive finish from the corner just a few minutes short of the final whistle.

CFC is now heading into the final on 10 May at Charlton Athletic’s home turf The Valley in Greenwich, where they will be competing against Talbot Underwriting. We have 20,000 seats to fill, so we invite all of our friends and partners in the industry to join us in supporting the team there – entry is free and kick-off is at 15.00. Be there or be square!

Finally, a big shout-out to the CFC football team and everyone who’s been supporting them throughout. Go CFC!