Weekend Review Chadderton Park Sports Club
Monday 9th October 2017 @ 10:32 by Mark Phillip
Oldham Sports

Bolton, Bury and District League

Chadderton Park under 18’s enjoyed a comprehensive 14-0 win at home to previously unbeaten Hooley Bridge thanks to goals from Sam Oko (5), Jack Dance (4), Joseph Ray (3) and Joseph Pandolfo (2).

Tameside Saturday league

Chadderton Park under 17’s Cobras suffered a disappointing 4-2 defeat away at Audenshaw, the Cobras with a couple of players carrying injuries found themselves 3-0 down at half time and it was soon 4-0 in the second half but the Cobras fought back and goals from Brandon Bickerdike and Lewis Smith made it 4-2.

Chadderton Park under 17’s Eagles succumbed to a 5-2 defeat away at Waterloo, the Eagles started poorly and soon found themselves 4-0 midway through the first half. But Niall Webb pulled one back with a superbly taken free kick just after 30 minutes, a well worked move late in the first half saw Waterloo make it 5-1. The second half saw a great attacking display from the Eagles who suffered a couple of injuries early in the second half which saw them reshuffle the team. Niall scored his second of the game with a fine poachers goal but the Eagles couldn’t capitalise on the number of chances they created with the Waterloo keeper pulling off a number of fine saves to deny the Eagles.

North Bury League

Chadderton Park under 15’s Griffins recorded their first win of the season with a 4-0 win at home to Seedfield Sports Club thanks to brace from Travis Martin and further goals from Frankie Jennings and Lewis Connell.

Chadderton Park under 14’s Lions went top of the league following a superb 5-0 win away at previously unbeaten Kersal FC. Both teams had 100% records but the Lions were not going to give up their unbeaten start. In scrappy first half Lewis North gave the Lions a deserved first half lead.
But the Lions showed more quality in the second half and some great team play saw the Lions undo the Kersal defence time and time again with the Lions creating a number of chances and the chances were converted with both Adam Belwassa and Kristian Walker scoring 2 each and the Lions also kept a second consecutive clean sheet.

Chadderton Park under 13’s Griffins enjoyed an exciting 5-3 win in their top of the table win at home to Middleton Lads & Girls Club Reds. Both teams went into the game with 100% records. The Griffins got off to an excellent start racing into a 2-0 lead, but Middleton pulled it back to 2-2. The Griffins made it 3-2 just before half time, the game ebbed and flowed in the second half and with 10 minutes to go Middleton drew level again.
But the Griffins moved up a gear and scored twice in the final minutes to take the three points and go joint top of the league. The goals coming from Mworina Doro hat-trick, Kamen Ray and Jacob May.

Chadderton Park under 12’s Dragons maintained their unbeaten league start with a hard fought 2-1 win at home to previously unbeaten Radcliffe Borough JFC Bulls in the top of the table clash. The Dragons took a very early lead with Martim Fernandes scoring with a wonder strike which flew in off the post with barely a minute gone.
It was 2-0 twenty minutes later when some great skill from Lewis Newton saw him shoot past the keeper.
Just before the break there was drama when Radcliffe were awarded a penalty but Man of the Match Frank Gibbons saved it brilliantly.
It was end to end action in the second half and neither team could score before Radcliffe scored a very late consolation goal to make it 2-1.

North Manchester Girls League

Chaddy Park U17 Lionness suffered a heavy defeat away at top of the table Uppermill. The Lionness started strongly and scored after just six minutes, a raking 60 yard cross field pass from Lorna-Jo Holt found Cameron Eastwood whose superb first touch allowed her to slot the ball home from a tight angle. Unfortunately for the Lionness it was all downhill after that…

Chaddy Park U13 Girls enjoyed a great 2-0 win away at Curzon Ashton Girls in awful weather. The U13 girls keeping their first clean sheet of the season and also registering their first win of the season.

By Andy May