Chester Town U10 Whites sank to a heavy defeat in a local derby today. The whites failed to capitalise on an impressive display from yesterday and started really slowly, conceding the majority of the goals in the first 10 minutes.
Chester le Street U10 Whites played two games this weekend and came out of both smiling with two great wins and two great performances. On Saturday the boys put on a show, passing the ball about the way the coaches
Chester le Street Town FC Under 10 Whites began 2018 with a very well earned 3 – 1 win. With Josh Wright unavailable and new goalkeeper Ali Jackson en-route to A&E with a suspected broken finger it was a bit
Chester le Street Town Under 10 Whites produced their best performance of the season to take home all the points in a thrilling 4 – 3 win. The boys started brilliantly, passing and movement was top-notch as wave after wave
Chester le Street Town Under 10 whites had their first game following last seasons promotion and the leagues new boys put in a stellar performance on a cold, wet and muddy pitch. Playing some really nice passing football the Whites
Chester le Street Town Under 10 Whites took on fellow U10’s team the Blues today at Monkton. A pretty cold & damp autumn morning, coupled with a pitch that boasted more mud than grass, meant it wasn’t an easy game