Six out of six for in-form Dragons
Date published: 03 December 2018
Action from Chaddy Park under-19s Eagles' clash with Waterloo
Chadderton Park round-up
East Manchester Junior League – Saturday
Chadderton Park under-15s Dragons made it six league wins out of six with a hard-fought 3-2 victory at Springhead Dragons.
Jaden Bradford opened the scoring, before Carlos Santos made it 2-0 following a great team move.
Springhead pulled one back before half time, before Santos scored his second of the game to move to make it 3-1.
With five minutes left Springhead made it 3-2 following a breakaway.
Tameside Saturday League
Chadderton Park under-19s Eagles lost 4-1 at home to unbeaten league leaders Waterloo.
The depleted Eagles played some great football and put on a superb first half defensive display despite conceding after only six minutes.
Waterloo made it 2-0 after 28 minutes.
The Eagles created a few chances in the first half, but couldn’t convert them.
The Eagles were hit with a double salvo in a nine-minute spell when Waterloo scored twice to make it 4-0.
With seven minutes left Lewis Connell played a short pass to Byron Smith, and he unleashed a 35-yard screamer into the top corner to make it 4-1.
North Bury League
It was derby day again in the Under-15s Premier League with the Chadderton Park taking on the Eagles.
The Lions took a well-deserved lead through Kristian Walker following the a great team move.
Adam Belwassa added the Lions’ second with a smart finish.
Lewis North added a third, and it wasn’t long before Walker added his second of the game to make it 4-0.
Walker completed his hat-trick with an absolute rocket of a shot from 30 yards to make it 5-0.
Walker hit another long range shot which hit the post and bounced back for Lawrence Majeck to tap home to make it 6-0
The icing was put on the cake when Walker scored his fourth of the game with another sensational team goal to make it 7-0 to the Lions.
North Manchester Girls’ League
Chadderton Park under-14s Girls suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat at home to unbeaten league leaders Droylsden Youth Centre in the semi-finals of the Knockout Cup.
The girls matched their opponents throughout the game, playing some great team football.
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