Chester-le -Street U8 Lions we’re unlucky to come away with nothing this morning. Today’s encounter was a very close affair with both teams finding chances very rare. In the first half the opposition just about edged it and were prevented
Chester-le-Street Town U8 Lions won their opening game of the winter league and in a higher division following their promotion. Two early goals from McKenzie Wilkinson put the Lions in command and although the opposition pulled one back Oliver Loan
For the last game of the season our U8 Lions travelled to Farringdon for an early 8:45 kick off. Unfortunately Coach Nathan was struck down with a mysterious virus so it was up to John Oliver to look after the
Our Under 8 Lions got back to winning ways in their penultimate game of the season this morning. The opposition however got the first shot on target which was well saved by George McDonald. The Lions slowly got on top
Our Under 8 Lions lost today at Temple Park. Against a very good side they found themselves 3 goals down before George McDonald pulled one back. Second half saw Chester pull another goal back when Jake O’Shaughnessy scored with a
Our Under 8 Lions played the game of the season so far with both teams defending unbeaten records. Chester-le-Street took the lead when Leon Rose was put through and he scored with a great finish. Both teams had chances and
Our Under 8 Lions had a full squad available this morning and were hoping to maintain there unbeaten run. Chester dominated the early play and were soon two up thanks to two goals from McKenzie Wilkinson. Then a great move
Leon from our Under 8 Lions enjoyed his day at Moor Park yesterday when he was mascot at the FA Vase game between Chester-le-Street Town and Silsden.
Our Under 8 Lions had a great win today. Making his debut for the Lions was their big summer signing Oliver Loan who settled in well. James Oliver opened the scoring for the Lions when he broke down the left
Under 8 Lions were a goal down in the first half. Leon Rose almost scored when his great shot went narrowly wide. It looked like a goal would never come until Jake O’Shaughnessy burst clear to lash in the equaliser.