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Sat 18th Sept Quarry Bank 1 Styal 4; Styal Res 3 Crewe Res 1; Ashton Park 2 Styal 'A' 2
Sep 20, 2010, 8:51 am

Training this week at Wilmslow High 6.30pm Thursday 23rd September.

Styal Res 3 Crewe Res 1

Styal reserves made it 6 wins on the bounce with a fairly routine victory against something of a bogey side in recent years. With Poch away, Loz was able to call upon an almost unchanged side, and when Moroneys cross was handled and Sefu Chambers slotted home the penalty it looked like a comfortable home win was on the cards. However, Crewe made a game of it and a cracking 20 yard free kick levelled the game up of it and if it wasn’t for some superb saves from reserve team debutant Nick BazeleyCrewe may have found themselves ahead. Syal always looked like they had another gear and Michael Osbournes fine header from a Dean Smith cross made it 2-1 before half time and Sefu added a third shortly after the break to effectively kill off Crewe’s challenge with another neat header. Loz was able to make 3 changes bringing on Curle, Livingstone and Luke May showing the current competitiveness of the reserve team squad.

Ashton Park 2 Styal 'A' 2

The game was played in a good spirit much helped by Jonny Owens refereeing performance as no official referee was available. Darren Fleury beat 4 men and clipped the keeper for a fine Styal opener. Styal's second came from a Rankin header from distance. Ashton Park pulled one back before half time and levelled things 10 minutes into the second half. The last 20 minutes saw Styal do everything but score due to the woodwork, bad finishing and some inspired saves by the Ashton Park keeper.


Sat 11th September Golborne 4 Styal3; Styal Res 2 Garswood Res 1; Styal 'A' 1 Boadheath Central Jun 4
Sep 11, 2010, 6:35 pm

Styal Res followed up a fairly comfortable 2-0 win at home to Daten with a double header against Garswood. A fine 4-2 away win was notable for a superb free kick from Grant Spencer and a great strike from young Michael Osbourne. An almost unchanged Styal Res side faced the same opposition again a week later and were 1 nil up after a typical driving run from Sefu found Matt West unmarked in the middle. Garswood were awarded a very harsh penalty and consequently a leveller they scarcely deserved just after the break. With time running out and chances going by, it was a long ball that found full back Knighty unmarked on the left side of the box. He brought the ball down expertly and crashed in a deserved 90th minute winner that extends Styal Res' winning run to 5 games.

Training Thursday 16th Sept 6.30pm meet Wilmslow High


Mon 6th Sept Egerton 3 Styal 'A' 0
Sep 8, 2010, 8:20 pm

Sat 4th september; Styal 2 Knutsford 1; Garswood Utd Res 2 Styal Res 4; Styal 'A' 3 Northenden Vics 2
Sep 5, 2010, 12:40 pm

Happy Days


Wednesday 1st September Gamesley 1 Styal 6
Sep 2, 2010, 9:12 am

Report needed !!!


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.

 


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