Cheshire League round-up

Warrington Guardian: Cheshire League round-up Cheshire League round-up

Rylands 2 Eagle Sports 1

A DERBY day comeback delighted boss Dave Parr as Rylands overturned Eagle Sports’ opener to win at Gorsey Lane on Saturday.

Owen Ellis put the visitors ahead on 23 minutes, but Lee Deakin was upended in the area and Liam Hayes converted from the spot before top-scorer James Daniels gave Rylands three points.

“I thought the whole squad was outstanding,” said Parr.

“Yet again they showed a real belief in themselves to get something from the game after falling behind.

“We played with flair and determination and when we play to our capability we are a match for any side at this level.”

Rylands: Moor, J. Sinker, Duffy, Prescott, Tebb, R. Sinker, Hayes, Lowe, Daniels, Smith (Rodger), Deakin (Bell). Subs not used: Parr, Williams, Latham.

Billinge 2 Greenalls Padgate St Oswalds 4

THREE goals in five minutes saw Greenalls overturn a two-goal deficit at Billinge on Saturday.

Billinge scored twice in the first half as Jonathan Crane smashed home after Adam Clare’s free kick was saved before Elliot Bradshaw converted Graham Greene’s delivery.

Five minutes before the break Robbie Hanley’s spectacular overhead kick reduced the deficit and moments later Gareth Johns’ precision hit found the corner.

The visitors were in front 43 seconds later, Neil Sutch setting up Hanley for his second.

Greenalls made sure of the three points after the break as Sutch found the net at the second attempt.

Greenalls: Craig Clare, Neil Sutch, Gareth Johns, Alex Hardman, Joe Woods, Lee Vaughan (Jack Hynes), Lee Hughes, Mark Hughes, Robbie Hanley, Craig Hoyland (Chris Rogers), Danny Topping.

Eagle Sports Reserves 0 Grappenhall Sports Reserves 1

A SAM Shaw goal after two minutes saw Grappenhall Sports Reserves win at Eagle Sports on Saturday.

“It was a tough game on a tough pitch and I’m pleased we got the win,” said boss David Schofield.

Daten Reserves 3 Greenalls PSO Reserves 2

GREENALLS’ bid to retain the league title took a blow as they were beaten at Daten.

Their goals came from Ellis Houghton and top scorer McWilliams headed home Harrison’s corner.


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