Game started with Red's having a team mate short, and White's was mostly in a driving position in the first ten minutes with several shots on goal from White's. Red's attack was blunted easily in the midfield with the occasional attack coming from deep but no harm was done with score intact at 0 - 0.
Red's member then arrived making it 7 on 7 and changes the play quite significantly. Red's was playing with more composure and started to attack more. White's was pressing deep and hard in Red's half and White's manage to kick start the attack from the flanks. With some quick play playing from the flank, Red's started to score, and got the score up to around 3 - 0 or so (if i remembered correctly).
White's managed to claw one back through the hard attacking.
Red's subsequently scored a few more with the same play from the flank and also scoring from a few quick counter-attack benefitting from some solid defensive work from the Red's
Quick counter attack and play from the flanks dictate the game play for Red's and also finalizes the game in that manner. With the scoreline leaning with quite a huge margin advantage to Red's
White's managed to claw back a couple with their hard attacks towards the end of the game. Their efforts was rewarded with the goals including a scorcher from a volley from Gilbert L (i believe)
The game ended with Red's scoring the final score which ended something like 10 vs. 4 or so. (wasn't keeping a close eye)
In my opinion, both teams were pretty even. But coincidentally, Red's seem to play more using counter-attacking which paid off with the lingering Red's striker scoring more than 3/4 of Red's goals.