Results Oct 16th & 17th

October 19, 2010 · Filed Under Club News 

Another good week for the majority of our teams

Mini Soccer

Under 7’s – No Details Yet

Under 8’s – No Details Yet

The Under 9’s had a convincing 15-0 win over Delta Rangers with hat tricks for Connor Jones & Mark Lewis, Reece Gannon 2, Owen Burns 2, Lewis Heath, Reece Pirie, Jack Torpey and 2 own goals completing the scoring.

The Under 10’s had a hard fought 1-1 draw with West Wirral with the goal from Liam Mcevoy and Matt Benson Man of Match.


Under 10s got back on the winning trail with a close 2 – 1 win against Liscard Ladies.  Anna Cull scored both goals and Taylor Mayes was player of the match.
The Under 12s game was, by accounts from both sides, a great game with chances at both ends, and keeprs for both teams making good saves. Upton ran out 3 – 2 winners with goals from Charlotte McNay. Olivia Radford and Charlotte Carroll who was also player of the match. 
Under 14 Rangers played a same age team, and ran out 8 – 2 winners against Greenleas. Socrers were Jodie Williams (3), Leah McNay (2), Isabel Nolan, Sarah Buckley (on temporary release from goal), and an own goal. Ceri Duff was player of the match for a strong performance in defence.
Under 14s won the important toss at Victoria Park, and were able to kick uphill first half against Wirral Hawks Girls on the steepest pitch in the league.  Up 3 – 2 at half time, they were far too strong playing downhill in the second half, runnig out 11 – 3 winners.  Scorers were Vicky Deegan (4), Ellen Harding (3) Georgia McGeough (2) Emily Sullivan and Hannah Smith who was also player of the match.

The Under 16’s had no game.


The Under 11’s just lost out 3-4 to Peninsular Stars with 2 goals for Aaron Finlay and the other from Aidan Keogh with John Adediran taking the Man of Match.

The Under 12’s made it 2 wins in a row with an entertaining 7-5 win over Peninsular Stars. The goals came from Guy Stratton 2, Greg Saville 2, Jonathan Davenport, Dan Cardus & Jonathan Turk.

The Under 13’s had no game.

The Under 14’s had a massive test away to Vauxhalls in the District Cup and deserved so much more than the 1-2 defeat they ended up with. It was a fantastic team performance with George Thomson scoring the goal and the team taking the Man of Match jointly.

The Under 15’s match report is attached.  Starting without their normal centre-back pairing Upton took to the field against a much improved Hoylake team. Upton dominated play from the off, some lovely interchanges cutting open the visitors at will. Sean Walker finished off a flowing move from an AaronOwens cross and then latched onto a through ball from Karl Aspinall to hit his second.  But thanks to a hatful of missed chances and some generous referring the teams went in level at 2-2 at half-time. The second half started in the same vein, with Upton dominating possession and Hoylake having the occassional counter attack. Then following an innocuous challeneg in the box Hoylake took a surprise lead from the penaly spot. This galvanised Upton to produce some of the best football of the match, Sean Scott starting to become more influential and from his shot on the turn Jack Hoijard-Beard turned in the rebound. Upton now dominated for the rest of the match with the best of their goals coming from a deep cross byAaron Owens met on the volley by Ben Casey and guided into the bottom corner of the net. Sean Walker then bagged his hat-trick after another great team move. Somewhere in all that Liam Parry’s penalty was well saved by the outstanding Hoylake keeper. Overall a very promising performance going forward but the absence of Tobi Lamb at the back was noticeable. Many of the match for Upton was Karl Aspinall, with another mesmerising display of skill and passing.

The Youth team had a fine win in the cup 3-1 over Princess Villa revenge for a defeat in the league earlier in the season.

The Open Age went down 1-4 to The Cheese in a league game


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