Chester Town under 10 lions currently school year 4 are looking to add 2 more players. We train Friday nights 6.30 till 7.30 at the Hermitage school and play Saturday mornings. If your son or daughter is interested in a
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A BIG THANKS TO CESTRIA TYRE AND AUTO FOR SPONSORING OUR UNDER 9 LIONS FOR A SECOND SEASON.
Chester le Street Town U9 lions played there second competitive under 9 game today and started brilliantly Jake O’ Shaughnessy cross bundled home via Og to put the lions ahead. George Mcdonald then quickly doubled lead with a neat finish
Chester le Street Town Under 8 Lions (School Year 3) are looking to strengthen their squad in preparation to moving up to 7 a side. The team train on a Sunday morning at Chester Moor. Please contact Nathan on 07809
Chester le Street Town U8 Lions started very sloppy today and were 3-0 down after 5 minutes with keeper Mckenzie Wilkinson having no chance. That seemed to kick the lions into gear as they then started to attack good runs
The U8 lions started well and were on the front foot early with shots from Oliver Loan and Mckenzie Wilkinson just going wide. George Mcdonald then pulled of a wonderful diving save to keep the scores level. Then from an
Chester-le-Street U8 Lions started slowly this morning and were 1-0 down from the off. Lions were then 2-0 down and needed a response. They came back with the some brilliant running from Oliver Loan and Gabriel Eccleston. Leon Rose then
Chester le Street Town U8 Lions started well with early effort from Ollie Loan and Jake O’Shaughnessy going just wide of the post before finally making the breakthrough. A thunderous strike from Jake gave the lions a well deserved lead.