|CHESTER CITY JUNIORS — UNDER
Castrol 2 Chester City 2
Performance of the day must
go to Castrol in an excellent display at home aginst
league leaders Chester City. The game was always
going to be tight but City managed to gain a 2-0
lead but Castrol came back strong and scored two
great goals from Ross Harding to keep the game close
till the end. Man-of-the-Match for Castrol was Tom
Sunday 8 February
Blacon 0 Chester City 5
Chester City again cemented
top with a reversed fixture victory over local rivals
Blacon 5-0. For City Jamie Finley (1), Harrison Ryle
(1), Matty Pierce (1), Adam Warburton (1), and Man-of-the-Match
Jake Burke (1).
Sunday 25 January
Chester City 10 Westminster
Chester City well and truly
stay top with a 10-0 victory at home against Westminster
Park. Matty Pierce again with a solid performance
and three goals James Huxley (3), Josh Swindley (2),
James Pierce and Ross Sumner one each.
Saturday 10 January
Chester City 5 Castrol 1
Chester City remain retain top spot after
a great game at Clifton Drive against a very well organised Castrol
team who were a credit to the club in the way they are turned out
and have a great attitude. Goals from Harrison Ryle (3) and Joel
Thomas (2) secured the points for city with one in reply from the
Saturday 6 December
Pulford 2 Chester City 1
League leaders Chester City found the going
tough away at Pulford and lost out 2-1 to the improving Pulford
who more than deserved the win and are the first team to take points
Sunday 30 November
Chester City 2 Waverton 1
The top of the table clash paired Chester
City with Waverton at Clifton Drive and in a fabulous game of football
Chester City held on for the points in a 2-1 win. The visitors
were well up for the game after being guests at Chester City’s
previous days first team clash with Margate and obviously fancied
taking the points back to Waverton but two strikes from City’s
Harrison Ryle grabbed the points and keeps city clear at the top.
Harry Peele kept the game tight all the way with the visitors strike.
Sunday 16 November
Newton 1 Chester City 18
Chester City continue to dominate with an
excellent display away at Newton winning 18-1 Ross Sumner led the
way and deserved his Man of the Match award with further strikes
from Harrison Ryle, Jake Andrews, Adam Warburton, Matty Pierce,
Dave Whittaker and James Huxley. Newton got their game going in
the last 15 minutes and should be proud of their display, Shan
Gillan getting the consolation and Robert Cross at center half
a deserved Man of the Match.
Sunday 9 October
Chester City 10 Westminster Park
Chester City look unstoppable at this stage
in the season and ran away with a 10-3 win at home against Westminster
Park. Matty Pierce was a star of the show with six goals most supplied
by the man of the Match Josh Swindley with some great wing play
and a goal himself, also on the scoresheet was David Whittaker
Sunday 26 October
Pictured in their new kit sponsored
by Miles Macadam of Malpas, the Chester City U11s before a home
game against Bangor City Academy at Clifton Drive.
Saturday 18 October
Chester City 6 Saughall Colts 1
Chester City put in a strong second half
performance and won 6-1 at home against Saughall Colts. With the
Colts Keeper Christopher Youde in commanding form the Blues found
the going tough but with some more quality and fitness in the second
half ran out worthy winners with goals from Harrison Ryle (3),
Mathew Pierce (2) and Ross Sumner (1).
Chester City Under 11s pictured before their
6-1 home win over Saughall Colts.
Sunday 5 October
Chester City 4 Pulford 0
Coach Mark Pierce has assembled a great
squad at this age group and produced another great display at home against
Pulford with Harrison Ryle (2) , Ross Sumner (1) and Mark Thomas getting
the important goals as they ran out 4-0 winners.
Sunday 28 September
AFC Waverton 0 Chester City 7
Coach Mark Pierce will be very happy with his
third win in three games as the blues bagged a 7-0 win away at AFC Waverton
with goals from seven individual players the pick coming from Harrison
Sunday 21 September
Blacon 0 Chester City 9
The under 11s were not shot-shy away at Blacon and knocked in nine with
none in reply, Ross Sumner again on the scoresheet with three followed
by Matty Pierce (2) Harrison Ryle (2) James Pierce (1) and an own goal.
Sunday 7 September
Chester City 17 Newton Athletic 1
In the under 11 age group the blues went goal
crazy winning 17-1 as they soon acclimatised themselves to 11-a-side
football against local rivals Newton Athletic. Scorers for the blues
were Mark Thomas, Ross Sumner, Sean Williams, James Pierce, Matty Pierce,
Jamie Finley, James Huxley and Harrison Ryle.
Mark Newman, co-ordinator of CCFC Juniors
|DEFEAT FOR YOUNG BLUES
The Youth Team were beaten 1-0 at home by a strong Grimsby Town in their FA Youth Cup Third Round Qualifying tie at Deva Stadium.
|HARD EARNED POINT FOR BLUES
Both sides finish with ten men as Chester earn a point from a scrappy goalless draw at Latimer Park.
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