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Sat 28th Aug Billinge 2 Styal 0 Thursday 26th Aug Styal Res 2 Daten Res 0
Aug 29, 2010, 4:39 pm

Reports to follow


Tues 24th August Styal 2 Club AZ 1
Aug 25, 2010, 2:20 pm

In a close fought encounter Styal came out on top after coming from behind with a late Gregory penalty.


Sat Aug 21st Northwich Villa 2 Styal 3; Golborne Sports Res 1 Styal Res 5
Aug 22, 2010, 11:44 am

TRAINING--Anyone not involved with the 1st team or reserves for night games this week can train, 7pm meet Wednesday night (25th August) at meet Wilmslow High

Styal Reserves--Report@ Week 1 of the season

 

Daten Res 1 Styal Res 0

Styal Res 1 Middlewich Res 0

 Golbourne Res 1 Styal Res 5

Poch and Loz took their new look reserve side to Daten’s superb pitch on a glorious August day only to go down 1-0 in a contest that gave the management team a lot of food for thought for the season. A couple of outstanding saves from new skipper Osbourne kept it at 1-0 and at the other end Styal saw plenty of the ball but with little cutting edge. There were plenty of positives but with only 2 players from last season’s final game starting, and some new faces clearly needing fitness and games, styal lacked the knowhow and tempo to really grab this opener and come away with something.

Tuesday saw a change in personnel in the midfield with Marney and Tom Curle buzzing around the impressive Joe Cooper Matt West came into the attack too alongside Sefu and Zak. Middlewich will no doubt be in the top 4/5 come May and as always put a young fit side out who broke with pace and always looked a threat. With the experienced Cowley behind a back four of Sam Dunford.Paul Staniland, Luke May,.Livo, early shakes quickly vanished and an impressive clean sheet was to follow. The only goal of the game came following a penalty for hand ball, Sefu stepped up to take it, 1st team manager Zekky turned to Loz and said “Sefu has never missed a pen”. Sefu promptly missed. Fortunately Phil Livingston picked up the rebound and gave Styal their 1st 3 points of the season. Superb effort and tempo throughout and notable performances from Joe Cooper in the middle of the park and rejuvenated Matt West up top.

Saturday, and Styal were back on their travels this time to last year’s champions, Golbourne. Loz Newman came in at left back for Livo and debutant Grant Spencer filled the hole left by Marney who stepped up to the 1sts. Ozzy was back in goal and Adkin came in upfront for Zak. Styal looked comfortable throughout and ran out 5-1 winners despite being pegged back to 1-1 just after half time. A thoroughly deserved hatrick from Sefu was added to by the superb Grant Spencer and a rare but outstanding luke may goal. Some lovely passing football from Styal really sets the bar for the season. Mentions to Paul Adkin who was unlucky not to cap one of his best performances with a goal and of course to Sefu who’s work rate leading the line was outstanding. Matt West again showed a great return to form and Sam Dunford at right back is proving a solid addition to the reserves.

 


Sat 14th August Styal 0 Middlewich 4; Daten Res 1 Styal Res 0
Aug 16, 2010, 7:19 am

Styal 0 Middlewich Town 4 Styal's opener in the Cheshie League saw 2 good teams playing good football and the first half as a pretty even affair. Both teams had their chances in a fairly even first 45 minutes; Garvey was denied by a flying save by the Middlewich keeper Barnes also came close fror Styal. Middlewich always looked to have a cutting edge and the referee played a good advantage as Middlewich's winger netted just before half time send them into the break 1-0 up. Styal continued to try to play football in the second half but some of the players seemed to run out of gas. With less forward option Styal's ball playing defenders found themselves longer on the ball and Middlewich managed to pick off second goal. Styal now went for broke and rearranged the formation going 3 at the back. The result was that Middlewich's right winger suddenly found himself in acres of space and he supplied some superb crosses, the one for their 3rd goal being the pick of the crop. Another late goal was probably a true reflection of the difference between the 2 teams in the second half. Styal will be keen to get back some of their injured players for the next few matches which arrive thick and fast. They will also need to make sure their fitness levels are up to scratch as some players seemed heavy legged on Saturday. The reserves went down by 1-0 away against Daten Res-report to follow


Styal FC Press Release 11th August 2010
Aug 11, 2010, 5:03 pm

Ground Improvements come to fruition

 

Styal FC ended their 2009/2010 campaign by retaining their Cheshire League Division 1 status with a great run of results in the last dozen or so games. The club has been back into pre season training and the seasons first league match is a 3pm kick off Saturday 14th August versus Middlewich Town. It is anticipated that Styal's new 100 capacity stand will be in place and ready for this first game so a good turnout can be accommodated whatever the weather. Entry is free. Spectators are more than welcome.

Styal F.C.'s stand and footpath scheme is a £15,000 plus development supported by grant funding with the majority of the funds provided by the Football Foundation, Manchester Airport Community Trust Fund and benefactors within the club. Styal FC is hugely grateful to the benefactors that have made this possible as replacing the old structure since the roof was blown off has been a major issue. The club seeks to maintain its standards in relation to the Cheshire Football League which is step 7 in the FA national pyramid structure. There will be an official opening of the stand at a future date (hopefully September) when we hope to have all the benefactors present.

Styal Festival and Styal Beer Festival

This was held over Friday 16th and Saturday 17th July for the second year was a sell out success again with over 1,000 people visiting the Festival on the Saturday. The new marquees the club had purchased, grant funded by Cheshire Community Action Group were invaluable when the heavens opened and guaranteed sufficient cover, although the weather was generally kind to us during the weekend.

Despite the cricket competition being cancelled due to a waterlogged wicket on Friday the Beer aficionados visited from many miles afar to sample the 50 real ales on offer. The evening entertainment was provided by Chloe who performed 2 sets of her acoustic numbers which went down as well as the beer while Graham Clough’s supporting DJ’ing and humour provided a relaxed atmosphere.

Saturday’s 5 a side Football Competition was won for the second year in succession by Style Madrid. The bouncy castle and giant slide was a big hit with the many kids that enjoyed he good weather. The evening entertainment was exceptional. Local band Bad Blood, a group of 13 year old, exceptionally talented Wilmslow kids, based in Styal played to a packed audience and had the place rocking from 7pm. Kingpin took to the stage at 9pm and followed on where Bad blood had finished off carrying the night through until 11pm with a classy performance.

The organisers of the Beer Festival were delighted to see that all the hard work preparing during the previous 6 months had paid off.

There is a great deal of local help that we receive in getting the festival going and we wish to thank all those that have played a part in organising the festival, helping in the days before and after the festival setting up and cleaning down; the local ticket vendors, barrel and glass sponsors and all those local organisations that have allowed us to borrow equipment


TRAINING
Jul 28, 2010, 11:36 am

Training times have changed and so has the location (pitch reseeded and fertilised at Styal yesterday). Training times are:

Saturday's start 2.00pm at the Wilmslow High.

Thursdays start 7.00 pm at Wilmslow high.

Team managers

1st Team

Manager   Zeki Istanbul

Asst Andy Cowell

 

Reserve Team

Manager  Mike Pochin

Asst Loz Newman

 

'A' Team

Manager Pete Cockitt


PRESEASON
Jun 30, 2010, 8:28 am

Training starts NOW !!!

New players always welcome

 Presentation Evening (from last season) will be at 8pm Thursday 15th July

STYAL BEER FESTIVAL 16th and 17th July 2010

Website  www.styalbeerfestival.co.uk 

Styal Beer Festival on facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Styal-Beer-Festival/105867566131249?v=wall&ref=ts

Twitter http://twitter.com/styalbeerfest 


Sat 8th May Styal 3 Pilkingtons 1
May 10, 2010, 7:35 am

Second half goals from McGowan, Matthews and Thornton saw off Pilkington's on Saturday as Styal guaranteed their First Division status


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