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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)

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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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