Lions triumph against previously unbeaten Blues
Date published: 12 November 2018
Action from Chaddy Park under-19s Eagles' thrilling game against Rochdalians
Chadderton Park round-up
North Bury League
Chadderton Park under-15s Lions enjoyed a fantastic win away at the league leaders and previously unbeaten Littleborough Blues.
The Lions took the lead through Adam Belwassa..
Into the second half and it was soon 2-0 when Belwassa scored his and the Lions’ second goal.
Lewis North secured the win with a calm finish after some unselfish play in the box by others.
Littleborough pulled one back with a wonder goal with the last kick of the game.
Tameside Saturday League
Chadderton Park under-19s Eagles lost a thrilling game, 6-4 at home to Rochdalians.
George Kirkham, Lewis Connell, Niall Webb and Regan McCarthy were on target.
East Manchester Junior League – Saturday
Chadderton Park under-15s Dragons just about kept their unbeaten run going with a slim 4-3 win away at a very tough Dukinfield Youth Whites side.
Abdullah Cheema and Carlos Santos scored two goals each for the Dragons.
East Manchester Junior League - Sunday
Chaddy Park under-12s Griffins and Failsworth Dynamos Blues played out an unbelievable nine-goal thriller.
The Griffins edged to a dramatic 5-4 victory thanks to strikes from Jack Howard, Jacob McAtamney (two), Stuart Holt, with an own-goal completing the tally.
Park’s under-15s Lions enjoyed a hard-fought 6-3 win at home to Reddish Vulcan Thunders.
Kristian Walker, Tom James Cassidy, Antonis Koiloropolous (two), Larry Majeck and an own-goal completed the Lions’ tally.
North Manchester Girls’ League
Chadderton Park under-14s Girls produced another fantastic performance at home to SK Vipers, running out 4-1 winners.
Annie Taylor, Heidi Sheldon and Anna Keeling (two) were on the mark.
Greater Manchester Womens’ League
Chadderton Park under-18s Lionesses produced their best performance of the season so far in a 1-1 draw at home to unbeaten Davyhulme Park.
The Lionesses took the lead after some excellent play on the left resulted in Ella Chester's cross being turned into her own net by an onrushing defender.
Davyhulme replied in the 62ns minute to earn a scarcely-deserved point.
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