|2003/04 CHESTER CITY JUNIORS — UNDER
Chester City 3 Upton 1
Newton booked their place
in the cup final at the Deva stadium after a difficult
away win 2-0 at Blacon Youth, their opponents in the
final will be Chester City who in very difficult conditions
won 3-1 at home against Upton. All credit must go to
Upton who came to win the game and put City under a lot
of pressure only to go 2-1 down with an unfortunate own
goal, the Upton keeper kept them in with a shout till
the end and all the boys should be proud after putting
in good performances in the awful conditions.
Sunday 8 February
Newton 0 Chester City 3
In the battle at the top of Group
A second placed Newton and top spot Chester City got
the game on at Upton Rec where City proved to strong
for the home side winning 3-0. Owen Smith grabbed the
first goal as he was switched from his normal left back
slot after his previous weeks six goal haul which proved
the turning point in the second period. Timmy Newman
and Danny Davies both rattled the posts as the home keeper
produced a fine display but could not stop Danny Davies
sealing a fine win with two further goals.
Sunday 1 February
Chester City 5 Westminster Park
Chester City Juniors had Clifton
Drive to thank for a great pitch and used it to their
advantage and put in a stunning display in a 15-0 win
at home against Westminster Park. Danny Davies (2), Timmy
Newman (2), Callum Byrne (2), Ryan Redshaw (1), Ben Philips
(1), and a first goal for City keeper Jordan Parkinson.
Macauley Newell was named Man-of-the-Match.
Sunday 25 January
Upton 0 Chester City 12
Chester City visited Upton and
stay undefeated after a 12-0 win leading the way for
City was Man-of-the-Match Owen Smith with six and other
srtrikes from Timmy Newma, Adam Howell and Taylor Sheehan.
Sunday 11 January
Westminster Partk Hornets 0 Chester
Chester City Juniors remain unbeaten
with seven wins from seven after an 8-0 win away at Westminster
Park Hornets. Owen Smith grabbed a hat-trick with singles
from Ryan Redshaw, Taylor Sheehan, Daniel Davies and
Sunday 14 December
Blacon Tigers 1 Chester City 4
With nearly all games washed out
a very small number of games were reported Chester City
under 9s travelled the short distance away at Blacon
Tigers and ground out a 4-1 win on a very sticky pitch.
With the home keeper in excellent form City found it
difficult but Danny Davies found the net with the first
of his three goals which also earned him Man-of-the-Match.
Taylor Sheehan bagged his fourth goal in to games and
helped City stay unbeaten in the cup competition.
Saturday 6 December
Westminster Park 0 Chester City
Chester City travelled
away to Westminster Park and were just to strong for
the home side winning 15-0. Taylor Sheehan notched a
hat-trick with other goals from Adam Howell, Timmy Newman,
Ben Philips, Owen Philips, Danny Davies and the goal
of the game from Man-of-the-Match Jonathen Aplas with
a real bullet header from a Timmy Newman corner.
Saturday 29 November
Chester City 14 Upton Pumas 0
Chester City played host to Upton
Pumas Winning 14-0 and in terrible conditions both sides
managed to produce a good game of football for the large
group of parents present. The keeper for Upton worked
tirelessly and thoroughly deserved the visitors Man-of-the-Match
but could not keep some clinical finishing out from the
home attack as Danny Davies again pulled the strings,
Timmy Newman got the blues going with a deserved hat
trick with other goals from Macauley Newell, Adam Howell,
Callum Byrne, Ryan Renshaw, Ben Philips, Owen Smith.
All credit to the Blues keeper Jordan Parkinson for another
great all round performance.
Sunday 16 November
Chester City 15 Westminster Park 0
In the under 9s Cup competition Chester City gained
the three points with a comprehensive display at home against Westminster
Park 15-0. Ryan Renshaw, Adam Howell, Timmy Newman, Taylor Sheehan, Ben
Philips, Danny Davies and a first goal in Chester City colours for Jonathan
Aplas doing the damage with Macauley Newell Man-of-the-Match for his lone
display in defence. In a very entertaining game the young Park keeper put
in a great performance and all credit to the visitors who as a very new
team will soon adapt and be an asset to the mini soccer league.
Sunday 9 November
Chester City 7 Blacon Tigers 0
With the eagerly awaited start of the Olympic Challenge
cup competition Chester City got of to a flyer at home against the very
much improved Blacon Tigers winning 7-0. Ryan Renshaw put in a great performance
and earned his Man-of-the-Match award with two well taken goals to get
the blues going and further goals soon followed. With the Blacon keeper
in superb form it took some quality strikes to take the three points but
Adam Howell bagged two more goals to add to this seasons tally. Owen Smith
produced another mazy run which ended in a fine goal with the other two
City goals from Timmy Newman who was again knocking passes all over the
Sunday 12 October
Chester City 3 Saughall Colts 0
In a very entertaining game Chester City juniors
took on Saughall Colts at Clifton Drive and won 3-0 with goals from Danny
Jones, Ryan Salisbury and Owen Smith. With the Colts keeper Daniel Youde
in superb form City found it hard all match but with Adam Howell instrumental
in most things to earn man of the match. City more than deserved the win.
The Under 9 side pictured in their smart new
kit sponsored by Starkey Developments of Chester.
Sunday 5 October
Chester City 8 Mold Alex 0
With no league game the under 9s entertained a strong
squad from Mold Alex and ran out 8-0 winners with a superb hat-trick from
man of the match Timmy Newman and another three for Danny Jones. Johnny
Aplas was again excellent at the back in the mould of Phil Bolland being
very calm and precise with his distribution. Owen Smith playing against
his previous club capped a great performance with a goal and Adam Howell
knocked in another for a well deserved win which makes it nine wins from
Sunday 28 September
Chester City 16 Blacon Youth 0
With a home game against local rivals Blacon Youth
the youngest Blues soon found the net and were unstoppable and ran away
with the game 16-0 with goals from Taylor Sheehan (3), Danny Williams (4),
Ben Philips (3), Owen Smith (2), Timmy Newman (2), and Ryan Salisbury (2)
which makes seven wins from seven for the boys, well done.
Action from Chester City under 9s 10-0 home win
against local rivals Blacon Tigers.
Sunday 21 September
Upton JFC 0 Chester City 3
The under 9s played their sixth game and returned
from Upton JFC with a credible 3-0 win making it six wins from six (just
like the first team!). On a very small pitch not helping the Blues style
of play Timmy Newman produced some trademark wing play for Ben Philips
to slot home his first goal. Ben’s second goal soon followed from
a great through ball from Jonathan Aplas and Danny Williams capped his
man of the match performance with a 12 yard blaster.
Sunday 14 September
Chester City 5 Westminster Park 1
As the new season started all the junior teams got
of to a flyer as the under 9s got the ball rolling with a 5-1 at home to
Westminster Park, in a game dominated by missed chances the Blues were
soon in front with Adam Howell knocking in two, soon followed by Owen Smith
with two more and a fifth from Ben Ritherford. Timmy Newman hit the bar
and the post but failed to get on the score sheet as the Park keeper kept
the score down.
The Under 9 side before they beat Westminster
Friday 5 September
Castrol 1 Chester City
Chester City 2 Overpool 0
Chester City 10 Cuddington 1
Chester City 10 Cuddington 0
The Chester City under 9 squad started the season
with three friendly games against Castrol, Overpool and Cuddington. In
the first game they came away with a credible 1-1 draw against a very good
Castrol team which included school of excellence players from Tranmere
Rovers, Wrexham and Crewe Alexandra. Against Overpool they ran out 2-0
winners and all the players chipped in with goals against Cuddington winning
10-1 and 10-0 in the second game.
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