Results Sept 15th & 16th

September 19, 2012 · Filed Under Club News, Upton FC - Girls Football 

Results from Sept 15th & 16th

 

Mini Soccer

 

The Under 7’s – No Details

The Under 8’s –Good first win of the season with a 4-2 win over glenavon eagles. Alfie Moran scoring all four goals and claiming Man of the match

The Under 9’s –  went out in the KO Cup to Wallasey Wanderers 7-3 with Man of Match Joe Ryan grabbing a hat trick.  

The Under 10’s –  went down to a 4-2 defeat to West Kirby Wasps with Man of Match Alex Clarke scoring both goals

 

Girls

 Under 10s – no game this week to follow up their opening week success, as Irby have withdrawn from the under 10s division
 
Under 12s –  unfortunately, only 5 players were available for the game at New Brighton Saints, and the team ended up losing 11 – 0. Sophie Wilson was player of the match. We are hopeful of some new recruits joining the team soon but well done to the girls who played in such difficult circumstances.
 
Under 14s –  played Manor Missiles, and dominated the game throughout with some excellent passing football, running out 8 – 1 winners. Scorers were Shannon Navarro (3), Katie Murray (2), Charlotte Carroll (2) and Anna Pippard (1). Olivia Radford was player of the match
 
Under 16s –  had no game this week as Irby under 16s have also withdrawn from the league
 

Details to follow
   
Boys

 

The Under 11’s – had a great 3-3 draw with major rivals Spartans with Connor Jones claiming the Man of Match award for his hat trick

 

The Under 12’s – went down 4-2 to Greenleas with goals from Jamie Johns & Ben Mcallister, Luke Malone was Man of Match

 

The Under 13’s – also lost to Greenleas 5-1 with Man of Match Michael Pearsall getting the goal

 

The Under 14’s – made it 2 from 2 with a 2-1 over NBS thanks to a double from Louis Mcadam with Mike Cooper Man of Match

 

The Under 15’s– PENINSULA STARS 1 – 7 UptonFC

This was our second game of the campaign against our old foes Peninsula Stars, who we know from experience always give a 100% and will always offer you a competitive game, again with a full squad of 15 players the game started, kicking downhill, we tended to over run things and it was stalemate for the first 10 minutes, we looked the stronger team but Peninsula had some tricky and tall lads so they posed a threat particularly at set pieces, however after 12 minutes Jack Rhodes like grease lightning lost his marker and drilled home his first of 3 for the afternoon, from a great cross from Christian, Joe Abraham scored a cracking header and we were cruising at 2.0, Jack just before the half made it 3.0 and effectively unless things went drastically wrong this was going to be our second win of the season, second half started and again as in the first game, with 4 subs I chopped and changed formations to try and give everyone a game, a few moans and groans were coming from the lads as they left the field, but I can understand they want to play the full game, early into the second half, Joe Abraham bundled in his second from a fine corner from Christian and he also got on the score sheet as Joe Hamm un selfishly passed to him when he could of scored himself, making it 5.0, Jack Rhodes rounded of a great performance with a well taken goal to give him his hat trick and the hard working Corey Taylor found the net with his first goal of the campaign a wonderful strike from 18 yards.

The game again finished withPeninsulascoring the last goal. Again blotting our copy book with a lapse in defence and the score finished 7-1

We are top of the league at this stage, scored 19 goals and conceded 2, what more can I say, if I was honest I would of liked the 2 games to have been a bit tougher to test us more, but as the old saying goes you can only beat what is in front of you, and I am extremely pleased with the lads performance so far, but hope as I have stated complacency does not creep into our game. We may have a tougher test this weekend at we take on Shore Villa, not that I believe they are any better than who we have played only because we may only have the bare 11, Joe Abraham and Jack Hopkins are going to watch Man united beat Liverpool, Joe Hamm is in Blackpool and Alex Enion is struggling with a troublesome hamstring, so given circumstances like this it is a good job we have a healthy squad of 15 good footballers

 

The Under 16’s – were drawing 2-2 with NBS before the referee abandoned the game due to problems with the NBS line, Upton goals were from Joe Murray & Man of Match Morgan Woods

 

Youth Team

 

The Youth Team –were beaten 6-1 by Glenavon in the Youth Cup match

 

Open Age

 

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