Deeside Mens 7s 0 Whitchurch Mens 1s 12
Whitchurch Mens 1s travelled away to play Deeside 7s in their second game of the season. Whitchurch looked strong throughout the game and pressured Deeside from start to end.
From the start of the game Whitchurch worked through the Deeside defense with pace and skill and within minutes Ryan Dulson scored the opener and later went on to score two more and complete his hattrick. Deeside had moments of passing and good play through sections of the game but rarely got chances at the Whitchurch goal due to the work of the defense and midfield.
Joe Nicholson and Ben Lea both claimed themselves hattricks with a combination of goals. Joel Leese, Ben Kimberley and Steve Lloyd also scored one goal each as they pressed heavily in the second half and saw the game out as another double figure win.
Whitchurch 1s play Llandudno 2s and Wrexham 3s at home next Saturday and Sunday.
Whitchurch Mens 2s 10 Liverpool Sefton 4s 0
Whitchurch seconds claimed their second win in two weeks with a strong and clinical victory over the Liverpool opposition.
Josh Parrish opened the scoring with his first goal for the club striking the ball from the top of the dee into the far corner. Jack Barnes scored a quick brace to give Whitchurch a comfortable lead. As Whitchurch continued to push for goals Ellis Hickson swept in a stunning strike high into the goal and Jack Barnes swept in a reverse stick sweep to complete his hattrick before the break.
The second half continued much as the first finished with Whitchurch continuing to attack the Sefton defense. Jack Barnes grabbed another brace early on in the half before Alex Fry latched onto the end of a clearance and fired past the stranded keeper.
The final goals were a brace from Craig Hockenhull the first a fierce short corner strike and the second flicked past the keeper from another penalty corner.
Whitchurch 2s travel to Winnington Park for their next league fixture.
Whitchurch ladies 2s 0 Macclesfield ladies 4ths 0
Whitchurch started stronger of the two sides. Whitchurch took the game to Macclesfield straight from the start applying pressure to their defense. Despite good chances on goal from Emily Vernon, Jess Kimberley and Hayleigh Busby Whitchurch failed to convert chances into goals.
Macclesfield also created Shola Bailey was forced into action saving a penalty corner strike.
The half time talk focused on the pluses of the first half and with the which confidence boosted they pressured from the start. Good runs from Helen Hocknell and Emily Vernon on the left as and Masie Owen linking Tracy Tolhurst in the centre but they couldn’t get the final touch in front of goal.
Despite Macclesfield breaking through the Whitchurch midfield Wendy Cooper, Emma Clark and Becky Brookfield were able to keep it Macclesfield attacks to a minimum. Towards the end of the game fitness started to take its toll on the Whitchurch side but Whitchurch players never let their head drop and continued to give everything until the end and can take heart from a good performance from the defense of Emma Clarke and Wendy Cooper.
Jess Kimberley was awarded player of the match. Whitchurch will be traveling to Bowden next week.
Macclesfield ladies 3s 1 Whitchurch ladies 1s 0
In what was a very closely fought contest Macclesfield came away with the points. Whitchurch were extremely disappointed to concede in the final minutes of the game.
The ladies entertain Wrexham 2s at home starting 12.30 next week.