The latest football scores from Runcorn Linnets Junior teams

Scores On The Doors Weekend 19/20 September


U7 Yellow           No Scout Report

U7 Green             No Scout Report

U7 Blue                No Scout Report

U7 Whites          No Scout Report

U8 Yellow           No Scout Report

U8 Green             Runcorn Linnets greens v Pex Hill Cosmos
Well we're do we start! We only had 6 players and not a regular goalkeeper but we went into the game with confidence and belief. James Murray stepped up and went in goal we took an early lead to some great team play two minutes later Pex Hill got an equaliser then took the lead it was a hard game very physical but our football came through in the end and we got a few goals back to draw level then we went back into the lead at half time we went on from strength to strength and extended our lead James Murray made some excellent saves very please withe teams all round performance there were some great individual performances goals from jack fance, omarion joe, koby macdonald, joe thorpe, m.o.m James Murray.
Well done guys happy manager

U8 Blue          Pex hill panthers vs linnets blue u8s

This was the boys biggest test of the season so far. A real slog against a physically imposing team who fight for every ball. Our little blues did not let us down, they were outstanding!!  Keeper Kai Cairns was immense AGAIN. He wasn't particularly busy but held his concentration really well so that when called upon he was ready. Some assured goalkeeping and quick accurate this lad really only 7?!   Skipper Sam Dimelow needed a big game and he had one. Some trademark tackles and aggression surprised his much bigger opposition into losing their cool.......he simply remained calm and smiled. Credit for some great passing and bursting forward too!   Michael Heckingbottom had one of his best games in a linnets blue shirt. He too held his own physically and when time allowed he came out of defence and made some great decisions regarding his passing. Getting better every week this lad, keep up the good work!!   Vinny Farrington continued his great form. Covering every blade of grass on the pitch and using movement to lose his markers time after time,this lead to a much deserved goal. Vinny was also very vocal which is a great development point. His passing was accurate as always, not called Pirlo for nothing you know!!  Frankie Gilbert chipped in with an assist AND a goal. A hard working and dominant display Frankie buzzed around everywhere and as always had the oppositions legs in knots with his brilliant change of direction and there a faster boy in the league?! Brilliant performance.  Harry Brown was simply a man possessed in this match, reminiscent of an great leader taking his troops into battle. He was an absolute inspiration. Working so hard to win back possession and burst forward turning defence into attack. He was fast, strong, resilient and a credit to his performance in a linnets blue man!!  Ole Croxton lead the line in his typically high class way. Technically outstanding and offering up unbelievable runs and movement......never wasteful with his passes he plays like a much older kid......scary stuff 🙂
Ole got what he deserved with a composed finish towards the end of the match.  On wards to the next match in confident mood...... Goals from Frankie, Vinny and Ole.  Mom Harry

U9 Mads                 No Scout Report                                      

U9 Archers            No Scout Report

U9 Soul boys         No Scout Report

GU9 Yellow           No Scout Report

GU9 Green             No Scout Report

GU9 Blue                Blues started their 1st ever league game in fanatic style against a decent Hartford side hitting the net 6 times.  2nd game saw Blues take on a much improved Lymm Rovers but still proved too strong for Rovers with Linnets netting twice in each half.  Special mention to Lymm Rovers GK who took a shot full in the face and played on with a blooded nose.  MoM was awarded to 'The Rock' Claire Stringfellow.  Well done girls - proud coaches & parents.

U10 Yellow            No Scout Report

U10 Green              Excellent football from start to finish from the U10 Greens. Pressed high and gave Whiston Celtic no time to play at all. A real determination to play aggressively which built confidence and resulted in the lads being able to express themselves with quick, direct football. Some great saves from the keeper also ensured that there was plenty of smiles all around for the lads today.

U11 Yellow            No Scout Report

U11 Green              NO GAME 

U11 MH Futsal      No Scout Report

GU11 Yellow          This week our girls started there Cheshire girls league campaign at moss farm with two games our first  was against Macclesfield girls.
We started slow but soon got going and played some superb football with a goal for Leah Bennett and also a mom performance from her too
Our second game was against Northwich Vickies
Where our girls played some superb football and it shown all there hard work at training had paid off .
With goals from Nadiya Moore, Caitlin Powell x2, lilly Dimlow and a hat-trick for Leah Bennett as well and a mom performance from Caitlin too but it was a superb team performance from all our team. Well done girls

GU11 Blue           No Scout Report

GU11Green         No Scout Report

U12 Yellow          No Scout Report

U12 Green           NO GAME

U13 Yellow          No Scout Report

U13 Green           No Scout Report

GU13 Yellow     Runcorn Linnets Girls Yellow u13s - 7 v Holmes Chapel Hurricanes - 0  

Another Saturday another 7-0 win for Runcorn Linnets Girls Yellow u13s - this time over a spirited Holmes Chapel Hurricanes.  Our opponents gave a good account of themselves despite the result, keeping the score down to 1-0 at the interval (including 2 penalty saves) courtesy of a smart, chested finish from Caitlin Albiston.  We managed to take the handbrake off the bus and roll it out of the way in the second half and the goals started to flow, with a brace each for Caitlin Doran and Amy Meadows, with Caitlin A adding a personal second and Macy-Moo Wilding finishing off the scoring late on with a superb strike. We could even afford to miss another penalty! I know what we're focusing on in training this week...Another captain's performance in the middle of the park from Callie Clarke-Smith, but the PoM award had to go to Lily Clifton-Stringer for a magnificent, driving display from the back to take the game to the opposition. All in all another magnificent team performance as our excellent start to the season continues.  Well done girls - same again next week!


GU13 Green        No Scout Report

U14 Yellow         Another good win in Liverpool on Saturday for the 14s yellow running out 3-0 winners, Sunday saw the boys hit double figures against newly promoted Elton .

U14 Green           No Scout Report      

U15                        No Scout Report

GU15                    No Scout Report

U16                       No Scout Report

Youth Boys        No Scout Report

Youth Girls       No Scout Report




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