Harriers (A) | Nantwich
Town (CSCQF A) | Boston
United (H) | Bradford (Park Avenue) (A) | Blyth Spartans
Chester 4 Boston United 1
Conference National North
Attendance: 1,648 Half Time: 2-0
Chester: Shenton, Waters, Jackson, Livesey,
Howson, Mahon, Mooney (Marsh-Hughes 84), Roberts (Green
82), Burton, Asante (Waring 46), Dudley. Subs not used:
Boston United: Willis, Davies, Jackson,
Thanoj, Harris, Qualter, Wright (Wafula 77), Wroe, Allott
(Johnson 84), Rollins, Walker (Walker 67). Subs not used:
Referee: Matt Corlett.
A much improved performance from Chester as goals from
Akwasi Asante, Anthony Dudley, Craig Mahon and a first
for George Waring bring three vital points and the double
over the Pilgrims.
12 February Nantwich
Town 1 Chester 0
Cheshire Senior Cup Quarter Final
Attendance: 272 Half Time: 0-0
Nantwich Town: Jaaskelainen, Morgan,
Cotterell (Walsh 76), Stail, Mullarkey, Bourne, Lawrie,
Fuller (Glover 61), Cooke, Saunders (Jones 82). Subs not
used: Bell, Malkin.
King, Jackson (Marsh-Hughe 77), Waters, Burton, Livesey,
Howson, Mooney (Thomson 65), Roberts, Green, Dudley, Mahon
(Asante 65). Subs not used: Shenton, Murray.
Referee: Sam Mulhall.
Despite fielding a strong side Chester were beaten 1-0
at Nantwich Town in the quarter final of the Cheshire
Senior Cup last night in front of a crowd of 272. The
only goal of the game came for the Dabbers in the last
minute as Danny Glover bundled the ball home from close
range after Blues ‘keeper Connor King had saved
a Steve Jones effort.
Kidderminster Harriers 4 Chester
Conference National North
Attendance: 1,769 (323 Chester) Half Time: 2-1
Booked: Waring, Thomsom.
Kidderminster Harriers: Hall, Austin,
Taylor, Weeks, Horsfall, Johnson, Clayton-Phillips (Williams
71), Butterfield, Ironside, Chambers (Truslove 85), McAlinden.
Subs not used: Higginson, White, Weaver.
Chester: Shenton, Thomson, Waters, Howson,
Livesey, Roberts, Burton, Mahon, Dudley, Waring (Marsh-Hughes
68), Asante (Mooney 79). Subs not used: Deane Smalley,
Referee: Ryan Atkin.
Akwasi Asante scores on his return from injury but that’s
the only highlight of the day as Chester are well beaten
Picture © Rick Matthews
BLYTH DATE The home game against Blyth Spartans will now take place on Tuesday 26 February.
THAT’S MORE LIKE IT!A much improved performance from Chester as goals from Akwasi Asante, Anthony Dudley, Craig Mahon and a first for George Waring bring the double over the Pilgrims.
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