Lions hit six past derby rivals
Date published: 29 October 2018
Chadderton Park round-up
North Bury League
Chadderton Park under-15s Lions triumphed 6-2 in their club derby clash against the Eagles.
Adam Belwassa made it 1-0 to the Lions, and it was soon 2-0 when Lewis North won a penalty and then picked himself up to take it and score.
The Eagles pulled a goal back, before the Lions made it 3-1 when Antonios Koiloropoulos slotted home.
The Lions then hit the Eagles with a double salvo as both North and Koiloropoulos scored their second goals to make it 5-1.
Belwassa got his second of the game to make it 6-2 late on.
East Manchester Junior Football League – Saturday
Park’s under-15s Dragons maintained their unbeaten run of games with a great 6-1 win away at Bramhall Pegasus.
Saja Manafa and Carlos Santos scored the opening two goals.
The Dragons grabbed a third goal with Santos scoring his second.
A lack of concentration then let Bramhall in to make it 3-1 at half time.
But it was 4-1 soon in the second half when Abdullah Cheema scored.
Two more goals followed from Manafa as he completed his hat-trick to give the Dragons s 6-1 win.
East Manchester Junior Football League - Sunday
Park’s under-15s Lions put in a great team performance as they enjoyed a superb 8-3 win away at Chaddy Reds.
David Osiobe (two), Lewis North, Tom Lunt, Antonios Koiloropoulos (three) and Sheick Abdoul provided the firepower.
Tameside Saturday League
Chadderton Park under-19s Eagles suffered a disappointing 8-0 defeat away at Midway.
Man of the match was stand-in goalkeeper Macauley Booth, who produced some excellent saves, including two fantastic penalty stops.
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