Results for weekend commencing 27/10/2012
The weather almost got the better of this fixture but thankfully the pitch got the go ahead from the referee. The game started with both sides playing some good football . Linnets took the lead with a superb long distance effort from Nathan Mercer but Old Xavs were soon back level within minutes. Linnets started to take control of the game peppering the Xavs goal and minutes before the break Charlie Fisher unleashed a thunderbolt into the top corner giving us the edge at half time. In the second half Linnets dominated the play and a brace from Leighton Stanley and another from Charlie Fisher meant the boys ran out worthy winners again. MoM was James Walsh who was excellent throughout with some lovely passes and team play. Well done little men. Special mention to Lucas Ramsden who has won the competition for muddiest kit ......well done Lucas
The 10s chucked away a 2-0 lead against Old Xavs Jags in the Merseyside & Halewood Sunday league to lose 3-2. Positives were two cracking 1st half goals from Ben Hough and an outstanding MoM shift from defender Luke Hays.
Linnets u12's had the chance to go top of the league with a game in hand. Unfortunately the lads couldn't get their game going and never produced the standard of football that we have become accustomed to this season. Being held to a 1-1 draw. All credits got to go to Helsby Hawkes who did their manager proud. Linnets goal coming from Jay Baxter
Sunday saw the U13 take on Brookfield Rangers U13 in Cheshire cup and run out 3-1 winners. Linnets put on a classy performance, controlling most of the possession, creating many chances v’s a decent Crewe outfit. Strength and quality shining in the end with goals from Kizza Lomax (2), Max Davies (1). Last 16....Bring it on! MoM - Andy Whittaker & Kizza Lomax. Andy for a dominating solid performance in the middle and Kizza for delivering when it mattered and an all round team performance.
Great team erformance beating Ellesmere Port 8 - 2. Six goals from Joe Richards and 1 each for Willow and goalie James Burke
16s beat Stockport Junior Blues U17's in the Cheshire Cup 6 - 2. Jay was a little chuffed!