North, Walker bag trebles in Lions' victory romp
Date published: 08 October 2018
Action from Chadderton Park under-15s Lions' cup victory
Chadderton Park JFC round-up
East Manchester Junior League - Sunday
Chadderton Park under-15s Lions progressed to the next round of the Sunday Primary Cup with a 9-4 win at home to Moston Reds.
Lewis North opened the scoring in the first half with a lovely volley and Kristian Walker doubled the lead minutes later.
Moston made it 2-1 when the Lions gave the ball away.
But it was soon 3-1 when North scored his second of the game with another great goal.
Two more errors by the Lions were punished by Moston to make it 3-3 at half time.
During the first 20 minutes the Lions were superb with both North and Walker completing their hat-tricks.
David Osiobe, Elliot Matthews and Dalton Martins put the Lions 9-3 in front.
Moston pulled another goal back with a late penalty, but the Lions finished comfortable victors.
Park’s under-12s Griffins crashed out of the Primary Cup, losing a penalty shoot-out after the game had finished 2-2 away at Elite Blacks.
The Griffins took the lead just before half time when Jack Howard slotted home.
A change of keeper at half time saw Jake Defton donning the keeper’s gloves and the Griffins started the second half with some good football.
After a nice piece of passing from the team, Harrison Cooper found himself with the ball in front of goal and he calmly slotted home to make it 2-0.
Unfortunately due to injuries the Griffins were low on numbers and the lads tired towards the end.
This led to a couple of mistakes which Elite Blacks punished to finish the game 2-2 and send it to the dreaded penalty shoot-out.
Some of the lads bravely stepped up to take a penalty.
However, the Griffins missed three out of four, while Elite Blacks scored three out of four to progress to the next round.
East Manchester Junior League – Saturday
Chadderton Park under-15s Dragons progressed to the next round of the Primary Cup with a 4-1 win at home to Stockport Vikings.
Stockport took the lead, but by half time the Dragons were level thanks to a great goal from Carlos Santos.
Three more goals followed in the second half, with Jaden Bradford scoring and Abdullah Cheema grabbing a brace.
Greater Manchester Women’s Football League
Chadderton Park under-18s Lionesses suffered a disappointing 5-0 defeat at home to Bury.
The Lionesses playing some excellent one and two-touch football, but they couldn’t find a way through.
Tameside Saturday League
Chadderton Park under-19s Eagles crashed out of the Challenge Cup, losing 4-0 away at Heyside in the first round.
North Bury League
Chadderton Park under-15s Lions ran riot as they thumped Middleton Lads and Girls Blues 11-0.
Adam Belwassa hit a first half hat-trick, with other goals coming from Antonios Koiloropoulos, Kristian Walker and Dalton Martins as the Lions led 6-0 at half time.
Belwassa scored two more early in the second half, with Kieran Akehurst also getting two goals he deserved.
Tom Lunt was also on target.
Park’s under-12s Vipers won 11-0 at home to Middleton Lads and Girls Whites.
Goals came from Thomas Heffron with four, a hat-trick from Ben McKenna and further strikes from Harry Newton, Harry Knott, Tabbi Mohanned and Oliver Dunne.
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