Last week saw the return of the Dolphin penalty shoot out; this time raising money for local Worcestershire sight loss charity Sight Concern.

6 teams from Dolphin HQ in Worcester gathered for a post work knock out tournament, with sighted and visually impaired players wearing blackout goggles to level the playing field.

There were more giggles than goals, although Support and PCT became very competitive as they made it to the final. The tournament ended in a sudden death situation, with PCT team member Colin scoring his only goal of the day to secure victory for his team.

There's been a request for goal line technology to be introduced next time following some controversial decisions, but a good time was had by all.

Here are some photos from the day.

Simon in action in goal

Goalkeeper Simon ready to save the first shot


Aj and Damon from Dolphin support lining up a shot

Support team members Damon and Aj taking things very seriously


Aj from support lining up a shot

Our very own ex Paralympian ready to score


Damon delivering first aid to James

Man down! James from sales was a little enthusiastic in goal and needed some first aid! 


Colin bending down to position the ball

Colin lining up what would be the winning goal


Colin celebrating with his hands in the air

He shoots. He scores! Colin celebrates victory for his team

Well done to everyone who took part!


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