Yesterday saw action for the Chester FC Colts, Womens and Womens Under 18’s sides representing the Blue and White, let’s see how they got on…
Chester FC Women
Dean Vian’s side fell to a 3-1 defeat yesterday away to Northwich Vixens, Emma Gray was on the scoresheet for the away side.
The Women’s side sit in 5th place after six games with seven points in the North West Womens Regional League.
A poor second half showing see's us lose the game
Our goal scorer today was @emma__gray93
A big thank you to our hosts for their superb hospitality 👍🏻
— Chester FC Women (@CFCWomens) October 14, 2018
— Adam Wood (@AdamWood5793) October 14, 2018
Chester FC Under 17’s
The Under 17’s side of the Academy setup unfortunately saw the effects of Storm Callum, as their game against Curzon Ashton was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Today's Under 17 game at home to Curzon Ashton has been postponed. https://t.co/hd41J2Qajw
— Chester FC Academy (@CFCYouthAcademy) October 14, 2018
Chester FC Womens Under 18’s
The Womens Under 18’s side were victorious on Sunday – an excellent 4-2 win over Stockport sees them remain third, but have closed the gap on second placed Sandbach.
FT| @CFCWomensU18s 4 – 2 @SCLadiesFC U18s
A great game to watch for a neutral, two very good passing sides on show. Separated only by two well worked set pieces.
Good Luck to stockport for the rest of the season ⚪️🔵⚽️ pic.twitter.com/yb0ZwWVegT
— Chester FC Girls Player Development Centre (@CFCGirlsPDC) October 15, 2018
Ben Richards’ side have three wins from their opening six and sit on ten points thus far in the Cheshire Womens and Youth League.
Chester FC Colts
The Colts were victorious in an incredible game on the weekend – winning 9-3 away at Bacup Boro.
League Cup (Division 2)
Bacup Boro 3-9 Chester Colts
Curzon Ashton Dev 2-2 Hyde Utd Dev
(Curzon Win on Pens 4-3)
— NORTH WEST YOUTH ALLIANCE (@NORTHWESTYOUTH2) October 14, 2018