Raiders forward Sedivy delighted to get off the mark

PUBLISHED: 14:00 18 September 2018

Filip Sedivy scored his first Raiders goal against Streatham (pic John Scott)

Filip Sedivy scored his first Raiders goal against Streatham (pic John Scott)


Everyone Active Raiders import forward Filip Sedivy was delighted to bag his first goal for the club’s in their narrow 3-2 victory against Streatham IHC.

The 25-year-old did admit he felt his goal was extremely lucky after poking it between Damien King’s legs after a turnover on the blue line created the chance for him.

“It was great, it was a lucky goal, the goalie jumped up on me and I just poked it in between his legs,” Sedivy said.

“Mase (Mason Webster) did a hell of a job in there and it paid off with a goal so I’m very happy with that.”

The forward praised his team-mates and how well they’re coming together despite taking too many penalties during the match.

“Very good, the guys are great, we’re playing good and I think it’s going only going to get better.

“We had a lot of penalties so we got put out of shape and that’s how it goes, but we won.”

He did also reveal his dad was streaming the game.

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