Cheshire Cheese miss their chance to go top of the Coors League Division One



THE wet weekend weather took its toll once again on the local grass roots programme, with just seven games going ahead in the Coors League.

In Division One, Cheshire Cheese missed their chance to take over at the top when they lost 4-3 at home to mid-table Jolly Carter, but there were no complaints from Cheese boss Paul Broad who said the best team won on the day.

Luke Bourne (2), Ryan Humphries and Mitch Marcisz scored for Jolly Carter, with James Whitehurst (2) and Jamie Mountford replying for Cheshire Cheese who remain in second spot, level on points with Halmerend who have only played six league games, but have won them all.

It’s three defeats in four games now for AFC Black Lion after going down 3-1 at home to Kidsgrove Plough, who have moved ahead of Lion in the table.

Daniel Johnson, Damon Rodgers and Chris Roberts put Jolly Carter 3-0 up before Ollie Rawlins scored for Black Lion.

Coach and Horses won the basement battle at home to Brown Edge. Harry Corbett-Evans scored the only goal of the game in the second half to move three points clear of bottom-placed Brown Edge who are now eight points from safety.

Into Division Two where Sutherland Arms and Congress Town took a point each from a 2-2 draw.

Callum Towey and Danny Brookes scored for Sutherland Arms, with Dan Mitchall and Aaron Morray on target for Congress, who remain in third place.

FC Gardeners opened up a nine-point lead at the top of Division Three with a 3-1 home win over bottom side Plaza who defended well in the early stages, but could do nothing to stop Ash Warren from heading Gardeners in front five minutes before the break.

Gardeners made it 2-0 through Josh Gill, but Plaza were back in the game when Matt Trevett scored. However, Gill went through one-on-one with the Plaza keeper and although his effort was saved, Harry Simon was on hand to tuck away the rebound for 3-1.

Two games went ahead in Division Four and Canal Tavern Kidsgrove made it a perfect 10 as they have their eyes on a league and cup double.

A 6-0 home win over Leek outfit Breaks Athletic made it 10 out of 10 in the league. Jimmy Beech netted a hat-trick, with Dom Marshall (2) and Josh Thorpe completing the scoring.

In the other game, Tam O’Shanter beat Wolstanton High Street 8-0 to remain top, 13 points ahead of Canal Tavern, but the Kidsgrove outfit have six games in hand.

Christian Roden lead the way for Tam with five of the goals, with Mark Finney (2) and Chris Pyatt completing the scoring.

Just three games survived in the POTTERIES AND DISTRICT LEAGUE, two of them in the Premier Cup where Adderley Green and Roaring Meg notched up wins in the league format.

Leigh Skellern scored a hat-trick for Roaring Meg in their 5-0 home win over Silverdale Athletic, with Kieron Knapper and Lee Williamson also on the scoresheet.

Adderley Green were involved in a close game with Wood Park Wulruds, but eventually came out on top 3-2, with all of the goals coming in the second half.

Kieron Lawton, Souleymane Soumare and Liam Robinson scored for Green with Tom Shea and Joel Davey replying for Wood Park.

One game went ahead in Division Two where Fulford United chalked up a 4-2 victory at Moorcroft Community Click.

Raheeme Green (2), Matt Day and Marcus Blowers scored the goals for Fulford who moved up to fourth-bottom.

Two games were played in the Veterans Division on Friday night and Silverdale Athletic took over at the top after a Guy Martin goal earned them a 1-0 win over Jolly Potters Hartshill.

And Steve Collins scored the only goal as Tean beat Newcastle Athletic 1-0.

There was a shock for UTTOXETER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE Division Two pacesetters Bramshall as their 100 per cent record disappeared in a 4-2 defeat at Tean Rangers.

Bramshall won their opening 12 games of the season until they ran into Rangers at the weekend.

Aaron Davis (2), Stephen Cope and Tim Wright scored for the Tean outfit, with Clayton Harwood and Dan Coates replying for Bramshall.

Uttoxeter Dominoes are through to the second round of the Charity Trophy with a 6-4 win over Doveridge FC.

Nico Miss, Lee Mills, Dale Boot, Kane Falconer, Ash Deakin and Jack Grzesiak scored for Dominoes, with Mark Fellows (2), Ben Hammersley and Nathan Sale on target for Doveridge.

Ryan Ede scored a hat-trick for Tuns FC 2014 in their 4-1 win over Hixon (Sam Jessup) in the Division Two Cup first round, while in the quarter-finals, Waterhouses (Adam Taylor, Adam Pope, Zac Barker) beat Stone Town (Simon Nagington) 3-1 and Stone Outlanes beat AFC Ipstones 2-1.





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