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Weekend Review Chadderton Park Sports Club
Monday 29th October 2018 @ 09:22 by Mark Phillip

North Bury League

It was derby day with Chadderton Park Under 15’s Lions taking on Under 15 Eagles with the Lions enjoying a hard earned 6-2 win.

Adam Belwassa opening the scoring to make it 1-0 to the Lions and it was soon 2-0 when Lewis North won a penalty and then picked himself up to take it and score.

The Eagles made it 2-1 when they rounded the Lions keeper to score.

Into the second half and the Lions made it 3-1 when Antonios Koiloropoulos slotted home.

The Lions then hit the Eagles with a double salvo as both North and Koiloropoulos scored their second goals to make it 5-1.

The Eagles reduced the deficit with their second goal to make it 5-2 before Belwassa got his second of the game to make it 6-2 and giving the Lions the Derby honours for the day.

East Manchester Junior Football League – Saturday

Chadderton Park Under 15’s Dragons maintained their unbeaten run of games with a great 6-1 win away at Bramhall Pegasus.

With the goaless after 15 minutes it was Dragon who broke the deadlock to take the lead with a goal from Saja Manafa and 1-0 soon became 2-0 when Carlos Santos finished.

The Dragons grabbed a third goal with Santos scoring his second of the game.

With the Dragons coasting a lack of concentration then let Bramhall to make it 3-1 at half time.

But it was 4-1 soon in the second half when Abdullah Cheema scored.

Two more goals followed from Manafa has he completed his hat-trick to give the Dragons s 6-1 win.

East Manchester Junior Football League – Sunday

Chadderton Park Under 15’s Lions put in a great team performance with some players missing to enjoy a superb 8-3 win away at at Chaddy Reds.

The Lions went 1-0 up when David Osiobe won a penalty and converted it, but this galvanised Chaddy Reds who hit a quick double to go into a 2-1 lead.

But good work from Antonios Koiloropoulos and Lewis North set up North to score the equaliser 2-2.

Tom Lunt then put the lions ahead with a smart finish before Lunt set up Koiloropoulos to score to make it 4-2 and then Lunt set up Sheick Abdoul to make it 5-2 at half time.

In the second half and Osiobe made it 6-2 with a superb free-kick before Koiloropoulos added his second of the game to make it 7-2

Chaddy Reds managed to pull another goal back to make it 7-3 before Koiloropoulos completed his hat-trick after leaving the Chaddy Reds in his wake with his pacey run to make it 8-3 to the Lions.

Tameside Saturday league

Chadderton Park Under 19’s Eagles suffered a disappointing 8-0 defeat away at Midway.

The Eagles having to start and play the first 20 minutes with just 9 players and a stand in keeper after 5 players had to drop out at the last minute and with 2 more still travelling to the game found themselves 3-0 down by time they had 11 players on the pitch. But with the damage already done Eagles playing some extremely excellent attacking football but this left them open to the counter attack which Midway used very well.

Man of the match was stand-in keeper Macauley Booth who produced some excellent saves including two fantastic penalty saves.

By Andy May