5.10.2019 The Newbottle autumnal setting was like a scene from War of The Worlds… Justin Haywood was singing ‘Forever Autumn’ in my head… (google it Sarah🤨) A cool 10c clung onto the thermometer like an indecisive lemming… The Missus
Team- Fred James Harry Linx Jack Adam Ben Subs. Yass Charlie Kai No More Sleeps!! The first League game of the season beckoned… 7v7 big pitches, 50 minutes, ‘proper football lads’ The warm sunshine was a welcome sign. Newbottle-The
Great game this morning between our U8 teams in the Derby Cup. Both teams played with respect showing great ability and attitude throughout the entire game and should be very proud of themselves. This time it was the U8 Blues
On Sunday 17th March k.o. 1130 at the Muga our two U8 teams will play each other in the first game of the Derby Cup. This will be contested March and October yearly until they are U18’S. Get yourself down
Two games in two days. After yesterday’s excitement I was expecting a poor performance today but the team was great. Just like yesterday, players stepped up and possibly showed there best game since joining the club. Ben Wright, sitting in
We started the game with a new found confidence, the young team Drawing upon its 2 years experience and the win from last week. Our opponents were well organised and strong in ever department. This was gonna be tough.
Chester started brightly and named a full Attendance squad for this important first game of the Season. Jack Kelly was The new Keeper and ready to establish himself as the first name on the team sheet. James Sharp was determined
After a long summer break with few training sessions Chester Town U7’s lined up for the Russel Foster Tournament today expecting to be a little match rusty. By the end of the first match even the referee had lost count
Our U8 Blues took part in the Lumley Festival on Sunday It was a great day see how they did Check out the video below!
Farringdon provided a cool 27c For us to show our footballing prowess. The game began with Jinkin Lincoln and Harry The Hitman taking the game by the scruff of the neck… Kai Duffy was on the edge of the