|CHESTER CITY JUNIORS — UNDER
Chester Nomads 2 Chester City
Chester Nomads lost out 10-2
at home against league leaders Chester City, with
three goal Mark Brennan getting the Blues going and
further quality strikes from Les McCoy (2).
Sunday 25 January
Chester City 19 Saughall 0
Chester City stay top with
a profesional 19-0 home win against luckless Saughall
Mark Breennan led the way with a hat-trick.
Saturday 10 January
Chester City 9 Chester Nomads 0
Chester City put in a good all round performance
at home against Chester Nomads and won 9-0 with three goal Les McCoy
leading the way Mark Brennan (2), Canice O’Mahony (1), Dave
McCully (1), John Cheers (1), and a pile driver from Larry Foster.
Saturday 6 December
Chester City 2 Westminster Park 1
Chester City left it late with a 2-1 home
win over Westminster Park who took the lead early on but Jonathen
Cheers and Les McCoy kept the three points with the home side.
Sunday 30 November
Broughton Super Saints 1
Chester City 2
The game of the day paired the joint
top two BSS and Chester City and with two red cards shown by
the strong referee things were always going to be tight. Nathan
Green got the home side going but an OG straight from a Luke
Edwards corner got City back in the game. With the game ebbing
away a draw was on the cards but City were awarded a penalty
which was cooly converted by Steve Harding to take the three
points for City and take them three points clear.
Sunday 16 November
Tattenhall 3 Chester City 9
Chester City drew level on points at
the top with a great performance away at Tattenhall winning
9-3. Ben Cooke (2) and Will Grifiths (1) got the home sides
goals with Sam Corran Man of the Match but replys from Les
McCoy (4), Mark Brennan (3), Luke Edwards (1), and Will Tane
(1), secured the points for City.
Sunday 9 November
Chester City 10 Saughall Colts 1
Chester City keep the preasure up at
the top with a convincing 10-1 win at Saughall Colts. Mark
Brennan led the way with four goals and Sean Turner (2), Dave
McCully (1) and Man of the Match Les McCoy (1), Will Tane (1),
and Johnny Cheers (1), for the home side James Smith (1), and
a awell deserved Man of the Match for Danny Lloyd.
Saturday 18 October
Chester City 3 Cholmondley 0
Chester City Juniors played host to
Cholmondley and in a very entertaining game scored a 3-0 win
to keep them on the tails of the leaders, Les Mccoy (2) and
Man of the match with a Steve Harding penalty securing the
points for City.
Sunday 5 October
Westminster Park 0 Chester City 4
After the previous weeks very rare defeat
City were soon back on form and returned from Westminster Park
with a very comfortable 4-0 win with goals from Les McCoy (2)
and Mark Brennan (2).
Sunday 28 September
Chester City 3 Broughton Super Saints
In a very entertaining game the Blues
suffered an early season setback against BSS as the visitors
won 7-3. Nathan Green bagged six for the visitors and is a
real handfull and the Blues will have to improve for the away
fixture as these two teams will surely battle it out for honours
again this season, for City the scorers were Les Mccoy (2)
and Mark Brennan.
Sunday 21 September
Chester City 15 Waverton 0
The under 14s scored 15 without reply,
Mark Brennan getting six with further goals from Canice O’Mahony
(4) Les McCoy (2) Dave McCully (1) Kennedy Tattler Ashes (1)
and Shaun Turner (1).
Three of the junior teams players were
called up to Iain Jenkins youth team last week and faced Darlington
College in the F.A Youth Cup at the Deva Stadium Alex Owen
(under 14), keeper Rhys Robbins (under 16s) and Kyle Jones
under 16s well done to them.
Pictured: Reece Robins (under16s),
Alex Owen (under 14s) and Kyle Jones (under 16s) who were recently
called up to the youth team and played against Darlington College.
Sunday 14 September
Chester City 5 Tattenhall 1
The 14s entertained Tattenhall and soon
got there noses in front through Les McCoy with Mark Brennan
adding a second before the half .In the second half Brownrigg
in the Tattenhall goal produced a string of fine saves to deny
the blues but with further goals from Steve Harding and a Les
McCoy hat-trick Chester were never in danger and ended the
game 5-1 winners.
Mark Newman, co-ordinator of CCFC
Chester have been drawn away to Southport in the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy.
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Chester move fourth and one point from leaders Bradford (Park Avenue) following a point at Bootham Crescent.
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