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News item9 Dec 2011 - Three late goals for Chester-le-Street Town FC

Windy conditions again at Hermitage for our game against Redheugh. Both teams tried to get the ball down and play, battling against the wind for all of the game. The ball was end to end with both teams having close chances and hitting the crossbar. It was a very tight game, with 10 minutes left we then came through on the left wing with Shaun hitting a goal in the back of the net. Our luck then seemed to change and Michael hit another two goals in the back of the net in the last five minutes. Well done lads. Keep the wins coming!!

Author: CG

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News item14 Nov 2011 - Seven Goal Thriller at Durham

Everyone was keen to get our Sunday’s back to normal. After having no game for two weeks, players, parents and manager were eager to get started. With the long grass and the pitch on a hill, both teams were up for it. Durham County pushed us from the start, the lads then got into their rhythm and held their positions and began passing the ball. After 20 minutes Durham County took the lead from a corner and hit the ball in the back of the net. 10 minutes later Durham County went another goal up with a long range effort, to make it 2-0 at half time.

After the half time team talk, the lads started the second half ready to fight back. After a couple of minutes, we gained a corner at the bottom of the hill. Shaun put in a good corner, with Connor bravely heading the ball on the edge of the six yard box and smashing the ball into the back of the net. Score 2-1, the battle was back on. The lads kept up the pace and another couple of minutes later Michael received a through ball from Reece and drove the ball into the bottom right corner of the net. Heads were up high and some great little one-two’s between the lads were to be seen. Durham County continued to be on our toes. Shaun put in an excellent cross into the box, with Michael getting the ball to his feet and rolling the ball into the back of the net. Score 2-3.

Durham County caught us out straight after our goal and got the ball into the back of the net, 3-3. In the last ten minutes, both teams fought for that extra goal. Chester-le-Street got the ball with Michael taking on Durham County’s defence and blasting it in the bottom corner for his hat-trick, score 3-4. The final whistle blew. Well done lads, another 3 points – keep them coming. Next game – County Cup against South Moor.

Author: CG

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News item23 Oct 2011 - Double Figures at Whickham

We all turned up today for the first round of the county cup game against Whickham Fellside not knowing what to expect. The lads were told to start quickly and strong from the off, and that’s exactly what they did. After 6 minutes, Shaun heading the ball into the back of the net from a corner. The goals then just kept on coming, Daniel Brown in the bottom corner of the net, Michael and Shaun both scoring with some lovely passing in from Daniel Hunter.

The next goal was a bit scrappy with a number of bodies in the box, but Shaun got the final touch, to give him his hatrick. David was next to get on the score sheet, taking the ball through from Shaun and chipping it around the keeper. Whickham continued to battle and got a deserved goal with a cracking effort from outside the box. We then got a free kick, with Michael taking the kick and finding Jordan Avilez at the back post, to slot home another goal. Just before half time, Callum passed the ball from the right wing into Michael, who rounded the keeper and finished it off. Half time score 1-8.

Spirits were high and the lads continued the second half the same way they left the first half. Clark was soon onto a loose ball in midfield, took on Whickham’s defence and chipped the ball over the keeper into the top corner. Whickham never gave up and managed to get a goal back. Daniel Brown then got his second goal and quickly after Michael got his hatrick. Final score 2-11.

Superb performance from the lads today, well done everyone, excellent team performance.

No games for the next couple of weeks. Training continues on Thursdays.

Author: CG

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News item16 Oct 2011 - Two n' Two at Tunstall

Early start at Tunstall this morning. The sun was shining and the lads were eager to get started. Both teams started well and we showed some nice passing. We continued to gain possession, Shaun played the ball through to Michael on the left wing, Michael hit the ball in the bottom corner of the net, score 0-1. The game continued with pace with both sides battling. A foul was made against us, with lack of experience and not taking referee’s advice, a player from Tunstall was shown the red card. Half time score 0-1.

The lads were reminded to continue their good work into the second half. Again both teams came out strong, we got caught and Tunstall scored a goal 1-1. The game was end to end with chances from both teams. Chester-le-Street got a second goal to make it 1-2 with good play and finish from Michael. With 5 minutes left we give a corner away, and Tunstall made the score 2-2. The referee blew his whistle, final score 2-2. Good game. Next game, County Cup against Whickham Fellside. Details to be confirmed.

Author: CG

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News item25 Sep 2011 - Undeserved loss at Monkton

We started off well today, we went 0-1 up with a goal from Shaun in the first 10 minutes of the game. A quick free kick from Monkton caught us out and the ball ended up in the back of the net, 1-1. We then seemed to be chasing our tails, and Monkton hit another 2 goals in the back of the net before half time. Half time score 3-1.
Another reminder at half time of what we are capable of, the lads came out with their heads up and battling. We got it back to 3-2 with a good finish from Reece. The confidence kept coming, and 5 minutes later we scored another goal, with Jordan Candish hitting the ball in the back of the net, to make it 3-3.
The game changed, with a number of dodgy decisions made by the referee. Monkton went on to win six three, with a number of questions to be answered at the end of the game. Well done again to the lads for battling. Next game South Shields away.

Author: CG

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News item18 Sep 2011 - Defeated by Lumley

The lads came out slowly in the first half today and went two goals down, 0-2. After a firm talk at half time, the lads went back out with heads up and began to put the pressure on. Shaun then got down the left hand side, crossing the ball in the box, with Jordan Avilez getting his head on the ball, and hitting it in the top corner of the net. Both teams continued to battle, with Chester-le-Street continuing to push. After a number of chances, Jordan Candlish managed to roll the ball in the back of the net, 2-2. The fight was back on, but, minutes later, Lumley got the ball and we conceded another goal. The final whistle blew - 2-3 final score. Next game, Monkton away - kick off time to be confirmed.

Author: CG

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News item10 Sep 2011 - Goals Galore!

The blue army were out in force today, the new hoodies could be seen right down the home line. The game kicked off with Chester-le-Street playing against the wind. Marcus received a through ball from David on the edge of the box and rolled the ball into the back of the net after the first couple of minutes. The goals then just kept on coming. Michael got a goal with a header in from Marcus, and then minutes later a through ball from Shaun, Michael hit it in the back of the net again.

We continued to keep possession of the ball with Michael passing to Daniel Hunter just outside the box and Daniel chipping it over the keeper into the top left hand corner of the net, score 4-0. St Joseph’s continued to battle and keep us on our toes – Michael scored another goal with a cross in from Shaun and minutes before the half time whistle, Daniel McGuire rolled the ball into the back of the net. Half time score 6-0.

The second half began with the strong wind making the game difficult at times. St Josephs’s continued to push and never give up. Daniel Brown then opened the goals in the second half with a good drive on the edge of the box. Michael then moved forward with the ball and rolled his fourth goal of the day into the back of the net. Just when we all thought the game must be over, after a bit of a scramble in the box, Reece put the ball in the back of the net. It was then a push to try and get the 10th goal before the final whistle, but it was just too late. Final score 9-0. Well done lads, thoroughly deserved win.

Author: CG

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News item9 Jun 2011 - First Home Game

It was our first home game of the season today against Byers Green. As usual, the wind was wild and it already felt like winter!!! Parents were pacing the line keeping warm, although all the goals kept everyone in good spirits. Another deserved win from the lads. See full match report under latest news. Next game - Redheugh Boys at home.

Author: CG

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News item9 Apr 2011 - Brilliant Start to the Season

The team had a brilliant start to the season today. They had a thoroughly deserved 2-6 win away at Durham earlier this morning. 100% support was received as always from supporting parents standing on the sunny sidelines. Smiles all around!! See full match details by clicking under latest news at the right handside of the page.

Author: GG

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News item9 Mar 2011 - Successful Sponsor

The team have been successful for a second year in gaining sponsorship from Bristol Street Motors. With the support from Bristol Street Motors the team have been able to purchase new team kit with their new name - Chester-le-Street Town FC.

A massive thank you to Arnie Hunter and Alan Riddell at Bristol Street Motors for securing the sponsorship.

Author: CG

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News item10 Feb 2011 - Thrilling 4-4 Draw

Both Chester-le-Street Town and South Shields Tigers played today's game with both sides not backing down and fighting for three points. The ball was from end to end with James hitting the ball first in the net for us to go 0-1 up. The Tigers soon fought back and a quick goal from them made it 1-1. The first half continued with pace with the Tigers taking the lead 2-1. Daniel McGuire then smashed the ball into the back of the net, to make it 2-2 at half time.

The rain continued to come down but spirits were high. The players continued to give all and the ball was end to end. The Tigers then managed to get one past us, 3-2 to the Tigers. The lads battled on and Michael got past the back four and rolled the ball in the back of the net, 3-3. The fight continued for the three points in the last fifteen minutes with the Tigers catching us out and making it 4-3. The last five minutes we battled in the box with the ball going from player to player and eventually Clark hit it in the back of the net, 4-4.

The final whistle blew and a draw was a fair result for a very entertaining game. Next game – St Josephs at home, 12.30 pm kick off.

Author: CG

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