Wear Utd 0 – 3 U12’s Eagles
Outstanding team performance from every boy on the pitch, each playing a huge part in the win. From the start the Eagles were straight at Wear, winning balls and playing some fantastic passes. A cross from Joel was buried by Kaiden to get the opening goal. The defence were still being tested but holding firm then Hamza was rewarded for his efforts when a ball came across, again from Joel, and Hamza slammed the ball into the net with an outstanding goal, half time 0-2. Second half and the Eagles dominated having lots of possession, then from a corner the ball came off one of their players and into the net for an own goal, full time 0-3.
MOM this week went to Joel for his battling down the right wing and two assists.
U10’s Eagles v Thornaby
From the kick off Thornaby attacked well and caught the lads off guard scoring 2 goals in quick succession. The eagles were soon rewarded when they were given a penalty for a hand ball in the box. Evan was asked to step up and smashed the ball past their keeper.Nathan, who was having a great game working so hard for the team, ran down the right wing and played an inch perfect cross to Dan K at the back post to tap it home for the equaliser. Then a corner form Evan curved over the keeper into the net. Thornaby hit back to equalise and then retook the lead. Then a free kick from Evan would be the last kick of the game, which he buried. Honours even.
MOM went to Evan.
U7 Wildcats vs Darlington Spraire lasses
A tough game was expected against a team who beat us in a friendly a few weeks ago. However, after a few minutes, Brooke opened the scoring with an unstoppable drive in to the bottom corner. Penny won a tackle in defence and took on 3 players only to be tackled on the edge of the box, she bounced straight back to her feet and struck the loose ball into the bottom corner.
Spraire continued to apply pressure and hit the post twice but Macy scored just before half time. The second half continued with Spraire still pushing forward but another two quick goals from Macy to complete her hattrick and the girls were controlling the game. Final six minutes was all Spraire pressure and they managed three quick fire goals that their hard work deserved.
MOM well taken goals and all round hard work it goes to Macy.
U12 Girls Wildcats 7 – 2 Jarrow Lasses
Another cracking team performance in a tight game for most of the first half. Aycliffe scored the first goal of the game, shortly followed by a Jarrow equaliser, half time 1-1. Jarrow were first off the mark in the second half which made the girls work even harder. From then on Aycliffe dominated play and created chance after chance scoring 6 second half goals, full time 7-2. Goals Freya x2 Faith x5.
U11 Angels Blue v Boldon CA Girls All Stars
All 11 Angels were ready for another great game of football. Boldon played a good defensive game with their goalkeeper producing a superb display. The game was packed across the middle of the pitch in the first half, so we asked the girls to try and spread the play, passing through the opposition in the second. Goals mostly came from close range. Heidi’s goal – the final one of the day – was probably the pick of them, with a fine strike into the roof of the net.
Erin, Isobel, Faith, Charli, Heidi.
Coaches Star Player: Heidi; Players Star Player: Isobel.
U11 Angels Yellow v Stockton Town
As expected a tough game from a very good Stockton side, however a good defensive display limited the chances for the away team, however, they took hold of the game in the second half.
Coaches Star: Izzy. Lost count as to how many saves our goal keeper made today outstanding.
Players: Gwynneth. Only Gwynneth’s second competitive match but a great performance.
Spennymoor Girls U9 vs U9 Girls Wildcats
Another great performance from the team, although all credit to Spennymoor who never give up. The league then recognised the girls being awarded “Team of the Week” for the organisation in these difficult times to conform to Covid-19 guidelines for such a young set of girls
Chester-le Street Amazines 2 v 5 Newton Aycliffe Women
The women were away to unbeaten Chester-le Street and were looking to bounce back from the poor result and performance last week. Aycliffe were on the front foot from the first whistle creating some good chances. However, it was the Amazines that took the lead. Then quick goals from Chrisitie and Amber got the women to half time 1-2. Then, against the run of play, CLS equalised. But Newton Aycliffe stepped it up another gear, Lauren nips in front of the keeper to restore the lead followed by Annabelle getting her first goal for the team. A great volley from Christie and the game was wrapped up, full time 2-5.
Great team performance this week everyone had a great game and put in 110% and we finally got the result we deserve. There’s no easy games in this league, three points well deserved.