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Grappenhall are demolished by Rylands in Cheshire Football League
9:20am Friday 7th September 2012 in Football
GREENALLS PSO lost their unbeaten status in the Cheshire Football Division One after falling to a 3-2 defeat to league leaders Knutsford.
PSO slip to fifth place in the league standings but will take heart from the fact that their defeat was a narrow one and was a little unlucky after they were denied an apparently stonewall penalty with the game poised at 2-2.
Goals from Ben Slater had twice given Greenalls the lead, but defensive errors and a deflected free kick in the final moments conspired to rob PSO of the spoils.
Meanwhile Rylands climbed into sixth position after a mixed bag against Knutsford and local rivals Grappenhall Sports, with the league leaders maintaining their undefeated status with a 3-0 win.
Rylands picked themselves up to deliver a hammerblow to Grappers, running out 7-2 winners thanks to goals from Scott Bakkor, Pat Naughton, Liam Walker, two, James Parr, Dean Jennings and Joshua Green.
The pick of the game was Walker’s effort, as he spotted the Grappers keeper off his line and lifted a superb lob from 15 metres inside his own half.
That was also the end of a bad week for Grappenhall, who had also lost 2-0 to Pilkington earlier in the week.
Lee Boardman and Adam Coleman helped Eagle Sports to a 2-1 win over Crewe FC, before going on to lose 3-1 at home against Whaley Bridge.
Moore United had a busy week in Division Two, playing three games in five days that started with a 6-2 home win over Daten.
A Scott Taylor hat-trick provided the push, with other goals provided by Matt McKay, Paul Shaw and Ben McWilliams.
Moore then went on to lose 3-1 newcomers Penlake, but they got back on track with another six-goal romp against Malpas, with Ben McWilliams bagging four and Matt McKay and James Sinker also adding their names to the score sheet.
It was a poor week for Daten however, losing 2-0 and 5-0 to Egerton and Rudheath Social respectively.
Two wins in as many days saw Greenalls PSO dislodge Styal from the top of the Reserve Division table as they made it seven wins from seven.
Matt Gleave, Gary Fox, Neil Glendinning and Jon Leatherbarrow helped them sneak a 4-3 in a very close game at home to Poynton Reserves, which they followed up with a more convincing 4-1 win over Denton Town.
Rylands let a 3-0 lead slip away as they ended up drawing 3-3 with Barnton, before ending Middlewich Town’s 100 per cent win record by holding them to a 0-0 draw.
Eagle drew 1-1 with Garswood before losing 4-2 to Whaley Bridge, but Daten got their first win of the season when beating Billinge 4-2 at home.
Grappenhall Sports stormed to a 5-0 win at Gamesley, but Daten suffered another defeat as they lost their Reserve Division Cup fixture against Styal 5-1.