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Weekend Review Chadderton Park Sports Club
Monday 12th February 2018 @ 09:42 by Mark Phillip
Football Sports

Tameside Sunday League:

Chadderton Park under 18’s Lions bowed out of the Under 18’s Sunday Challenge Cup losing 4-2 away at Whitworth Park in the Semi Final. A great first half display from the Lions saw them go in at half time at 1-1. But unfortunately for all their chances they created in the second half they couldn’t convert them all and Whitworth punished them.
Josef Rimmer and Brandon Dronny on target for the Lions.

North Bury League:

Chadderton Park under 14’s Lions suffered their first defeat of the season going down 3-2 away at Chaddy End Old Boys. A disappointing first half display saw the Lions go in at half time 3-0 down.
But the Lions dug deep and came out fighting in the second half and goals from Dalton Martins and Lewis North gave the Lions hope of pulling off a superb come back but further chances went begging and the crossbar also came to the aid of the Old Boys who held on for the win.

North Manchester Girls League:

Chadderton Park U13 Girls enjoyed a great 5-3 win in an entertaining game away at SK Vipers.
Chaddy Park took the lead in the opening minutes of the game when Emily Parsons opened the scoring with a great goal from an excellent cross from Anna Keeling. Minutes later it was 2-0 with an equally great goal this time from Anna Keeling. Just before half time SK Vipers got themselves back into game when they forced the ball home.
In the second half Chaddy Park had attack after attack and were controlling the game until a couple of long balls from SK Vipers allowed them to score two quick fire goals and lead 3-2.
However the Chaddy Park girls kept their heads up, a couple of substitutions from Chaddy Park turned the game on its head again when both subs Annie Taylor and Poppy Moorhouse both found the back of the net to give Chaddy Park the lead again. Annie nearly added a second when she struck the crossbar. Anna Keeling then completed the scoring with her second of the game.

Friendly Game:

Chadderton Park under 16’s Griffins without a competitive fixture agreed to play a friendly against a touring team from Scotland. Erskine Youth who based just outside of Glasgow were the opposition.
After a very even first half ended 1-1, the Griffins pushed on in the second half to run out 7-3 winners to a great game played in an excellent spirit by teams and enjoyed by all the watching spectator’s.
Following the game everyone enjoyed some food and a good chat about the game at The Rose of Lancaster, thanks to Anthony who made sure everyone had some food.

By Andy May