U11's Saxons - Sponsored by Canterbury Road Day Nursery
The 2012-2013 Squad
Training and Matches Schedule
Tuesday 28 May - training at 18.30 on Flixton fields
Tuesday 4 June - training at 18.30 on Flixton fields
Saturday 8 June - Meadowside tournament - one squad - details to follow
Tuesday 11 June - training at 18.30 on Flixton fields
Saturday 15 June - Flixton tournament - two squads - details to follow
Tuesday 18 June - training at 18.30 on Flixton fields
Sunday 23 June - FC Sports tournament - two squads - details to follow
Sunday 19 May - Benchill Celtic 2 Saxons 3
The Saxons played their final league game of the season away to Benchill Celtic, where the lads rounded off an excellent season with a win.
With only 8 players the Saxons went into a 3-0 lead with 2 goals from Max Horne and a goal from Richard Anderson-Boyd.
As the Saxons tired, Benchill came back into the match and scored 2 late goals. However the Saxons held on to a deserved win with Richard taking the Man of the Man award.
Sunday 28 April - Saxons 0 Broadheath Central Hawks 2
The Saxons played against Broadheath for the second time in a fortnight. The Saxons played some great stuff and were really unlucky not to get anything out of the game.
The first period was a tight affair with both sides weighing each other up. The break through came after 18 minutes from a long ball that a Broadheath striker ran onto and coolly finished past goalkeeper Ben Jones.
The second period was more open with both teams attacking each other. The Saxons were unlucky not to be awarded a penalty for hand ball; ironically Broadheath then went straight down the other end of scored their second goal in almost identical fashion to their first. This spurred the Saxons on, who rose to the challenge and played some great football for the remainder of the match. Max Horne finished off a great move, curling his shot into the far corner only for the goal to be disallowed for offside.
The Saxons were brilliant in the final period. Marcus Blake was pushed upfront along side Alex Apted and this seemed to make a huge difference. The back three of Charlie Morton, Josh Espley and Cian Donohue were bringing the ball out of defence, setting up a wave of attacks. James Monaghan drove his volley straight at the keeper, before Alex pulled his low shot just wide. Richard Anderson-Boyd’s clever lob shaved the post, and Cian’s pile driver flew just over. It was one way traffic with Saxon’s passing and moving a joy to watch; alas Broadheath held onto their lead. There were several great performances; Aarron Grewal and Xavier Hanley-Watts were fantastic again, however Josh took the Man of the Match award for a classy performance on the left.
Tuesday 23 April - Saxons 2 Old Stretfordian Lions 0
The Saxons returned to winning ways against a very determined Old Strets team.
The Saxons started on the front foot when Marcus Blake crossed to Josh Espley, whose shot was saved on the line. James Monaghan then had a fine run and shot from distance that the goalie did well to hang onto. The breakthrough came when Josh played an exquisite through ball to Alex Apted who finished stylishly with a shot across the keeper into the far corner.
The second period started in similar fashion with the Saxons dominating possession; however Old Strets did look dangerous on the break. Charlie Morton and Cian Donohue were playing neat, incisive football from the back. James had another effort from distance and Richard Anderson-Boyd nearly got his name on the score sheet when his shot flew narrowly wide. Josh had a great effort that flashed past the far post, and Marcus’s one on one was halted with a last ditch tackle. Max Horne picked out Cian with a fantastic pass; however the resulting shot went over. Cian didn’t make the same mistake a few minutes later, curling in a sublime free kick to make the score 2-0. However, Saxons keeper Ben Jones had to be on his guard to tip a Strets free kick onto the bar, to protect the clean sheet.
Old Strets came more into the game during the third period, and were unlucky not to score. The Saxons continued to throw bodies forward as the game opened up. Josh went close again, as did Alex whose, whose shots both flew just wide of the upright.
There were a few candidates for the Man of the Match; Xavier Hanley-Watts took the award for an excellent performance on the right hand side of midfield.
Sunday 21 April - County Cup - Saxons 0 Droylsden 2
The Saxons were up against a very strong Droylsden side in the last 16 of the County Cup.
The first half was a very tight affair with neither team dominating possession. The Saxons came closest when a great run from James Monaghan ended with his shot just missing the far post. Max Horne laid the ball off to Cian Donohue whose long range effort very nearly took the Droylsden goalkeeper by surprise, however the goalie did well to tip the ball over. At the other end Charlie Morton and Richard Anderson-Boyd had to be on their guard to keep the Droylsden attack at bay. Xavier Hanley- Watts and Marcus Blake were then introduced into the game, both making immediate impact.
The second period was equally tight. However the breakthrough came after 40 minutes, when a cross from the left wing found a Droylsden attacker who slotted the ball past the helpless Ben Jones. The Saxons came storming back when Josh Espley released Alex Apted whose shot was brilliantly blocked by the Droylsden keeper. Try as they might, the Saxons just couldn’t find a way through. With the coaches throwing caution to the wind the inevitable happened with Droylsden scoring the killer 2nd goal in the last minute. It was a brave effort by the Saxons who played much better football than in the previous two league matches. All of the team deserved credit, with Aarron Grewal picking up the Man of the Match award.
Tuesday 16 April - Saxons 0
The Saxons took on the Champions elect in a midweek fixture.
Again the conditions played a key part in the game with both teams struggling to play football on a hard and bumpy pitch, plus a strong wind.
The first period was a tight affair with neither team creating many chances. The closest either team came to scoring was a long range effort from Cian Donohue that the
The second period was equally tight, with both teams struggling to keep the ball under control. A key decision went against the Saxons when a penalty was harshly awarded for handball.
In an attempt to get back into the game the Saxons through caution to the wind during the last period, however
Although the Saxons were slightly off colour again, 4-0 seemed a little harsh. Ben played well in net, as did Cian and Adam Carr. The Man of the Match award went to Richard Anderson-Boyd for his all round performance.
Sunday 14 April - Broadheath Central Hawks 3 Saxons 0
The Saxons returned to the league programme with a difficult fixture away to in form Broadheath.
The Saxons never really got going in conditions that weren’t conducive for good football. Having said that, playing into a very strong wind, the Saxons played well in the first period. The defence performed extremely well and kept the Broadheath attackers at bay. With the score at 0-0 at the end of the first period, the Saxons looked to be in with a good chance.
The key moment came half way through the second period when Broadheath took the lead in unfortunate circumstances; the original offside decision was changed and a goal was awarded. The Saxons never really recovered from this and Broadheath took advantage scoring a killer second goal just before the break.
Try as they might the Saxons just couldn’t break down a very well organised defence. Broadheath finished the game with a third and final goal.
None of the Saxons played to their full potential. Cian Donohue was outstanding yet again, however Captain Charlie Morton took the Man of the Match award leading the team by example.
Sunday 17 March -
The Saxons took on an excellent
The Saxons were dealt an early blow, when Captain Charlie Morton failed a fitness test. When the game started the Saxons were on the offensive straight away. The break through soon came when Josh Espley played an exquisite ball through to Alex Apted who coolly slotted the ball past the onrushing keeper. The Saxons were then really unfortunate to concede an equalising goal that clearly should not have stood. To their credit this didn’t deter the lads. Captain for the day Cian Donohue picked out Alex again who burst past two defenders and finished magnificently to make the score 2-1. More was to follow when the excellent Aarron Grewal set up Max Horne who smashed the ball past the
The second half was a different story with
It was a great match played by two excellent teams. All of the Meds players were outstanding however Cian took the Man of the Match award with a fantastic performance at the back.
Sunday 10 March - Hough End Griffins 2 Saxons 6
The Saxons returned to league action this week in what only can be described as atrocious conditions; the wind was gale force and it was absolutely freezing.
The Saxons kicked off in the first period with the wind directly behind them, and they made the most of it. James Monaghan played a clever through ball to Aarron Grewal who coolly slotted the ball past on the oncoming keeper. It was soon 2-0 when James crossed for Josh Espley to smash the ball into the roof of the next. Cian Donohue repeated his feat from last week by scoring directly from a corner kick. Richard Anderson-Boyd then played James in for an identical goal to that of Aarron’s. It was all one way traffic and the score could and should have been more.
The second period into the wind was a totally different kettle of fish. Hough End came back into the game with a quick goal. Captain Charlie Morton then brilliantly incepted a pass that would have put a Hough End striker through on goal for potentially their second. Adam Carr and Xavier Hanley Watts had been introduced into the fray but it was incredibly difficult for the Saxons to get out of their half. Then Marcus Blake used his power and strength down the left hand side to set up Max Horne, who made no mistake at the back post. Marcus was unlucky when he charged down the goalkeepers kick out twice, and Cian saw his free kick well saved. Just before the end of the period Hough Ends scored again which set the cat amongst the pigeon’s for the final period.
The Saxons lost the all important toss and faced a battle into the driving bitterly cold wind again. By this time the lads were freezing and getting tired. However to their credit they managed to score their 6th goal of the game; Marcus played in Alex Apted who expertly rounded the goalie and put in the ball into the empty net. Back came Hough End who were awarded a penalty, only for Ben Jones to pull off a really important save. The Saxons continued to defend manfully and attack at every opportunity. The score ended 6-2; credit should be given to both teams and their fans for sticking this out.
Man of the Match went to Max for a great performance down the right, delivering several excellent crosses and scoring a goal that his performance deserved.
Saturday 2 March -
The Saxons played their first ever County Cup match on Saturday and produced another exceptional performance against Abraham Moss. Following on from his great performance last week, Adam Carr earned his right to start the match and he took full advantage.
The lads were on the front foot straight away with Aarron Grewal releasing Alex Apted who finished with a neat drive across the keeper into the far bottom corner. Some great play between Aarron and Alex then set up Josh Espley whose bullet like finish flew into the back of the net. After some great work James Monaghan then set up Marcus Blake who having just come on riffled the ball into the net with his very first touch.
Abraham Moss then made some tactical substitutions which made a big difference to the game. Ben Jones made a great save to keep a long range drive out, however shortly after Ben could do nothing when the ball looped over his head to make the score 3-1. Within minutes the score was 3-2 after the big number 11 striker converted a penalty.
The second half began like the first half finished, with the Saxons on the back foot and defending for their lives. Captain Charlie Morton and Richard Anderson-Boyd had to be at their best to keep Abraham Moss at bay. However, the pressure told when the Warriors scored again to make the score 3-3.
At this stage, the Saxons could quite easily have folded but they demonstrated yet again their spirit and will to win in the face of adversity.
Cian Donohue’s in swinging corner flew into the back of the net. Aarron then won the ball in the middle of the park and curled a magnificent shot into the top right hand corner. Josh played a neat one two with Cian who lashed his shot into the roof of the net from 25 yards. Josh then set up Marcus who completed the scoring with another fine finish. It was no more than the Saxons deserved. Indeed the score could have been more emphatic had Xavier Hanley-Watts not been really unlucky to see his lob shave the far post.
There were a number of candidates for the Man of the Match; Max Horne for his versatility throughout the match, Charlie, Aarron and Cian as well. However the award went to Josh for his all round performance.
Sunday 3 February - Cup Match -
The Saxons played their first competitive match of 2013, and what a match it was against the league leaders Sale United.
The second period was very open with each team attacking each other, both playing some wonderful football. Ben had to save bravely at the feet of a
The third period was breath taking with both teams again attacking each other at every opportunity. James and Aarron both had chances snuffed out and Ben had to be on his guard again. Then disaster struck when
The full time whistle was blown with the scores level at 1-1, so extra time (7 minutes each way) was on the agenda. Unfortunately for the Saxons fatigue began to set in. The lads had given so much in the first 60 minutes, they started to struggle to keep up with
It was a great effort from all of the lads in what was a great game of football. All 10 Saxons players were awarded Man of the Match.
Sunday 16 December - Unicorn Crusaders 1 Saxons 6
Having not played for the best part of a month, the Saxons were lucky enough to get a game in before the Christmas break.
Unicorn denominated the early stages of the encounter and if it wasn’t for a couple of excellent saves, and also a couple of brave saves from Meds keeper Ben Jones, the Saxons would have found themselves behind. There was only one real chance of note for the Saxons. Xavier Hanley-Watts produced a great ball from the right hand side, and Max Horne was unlucky to see his far post header just go over the bar.
The second period started off in a similar vein, with another couple of great saves from Ben. However the match changed in dramatic fashion; Robert Watson broke down the right hand side, dinked a ball to the far post where Josh Espley finished to make the score 1-0; from this moment on the Saxons never looked back. Two minutes later Cian Donohue delivered a great ball in from the left and Josh powered a wonderful header into the top corner. Alex Apted was then unlucky to see his goal bound shot blocked, however the rebound fell to Cian who smashed the ball from distance into the bottom right hand corner.
The Saxons started the last period on the front foot. Adam Carr drove into the penalty area and was unlucky not to get his shot away. Against the run of play Unicorn snatched a life line when the impressive Adam Holland finally beat Ben with a classy finish. However this rallied the Saxons. James Monaghan some how managed to come out of a tackle against two Unicorn players with the ball, which broke to Xavier who shot across the keeper into the far corner. The accomplished Richard Anderson-Boyd then went close with a low drive that narrowly missed the left hand upright. J
There were a number of candidates for Man of the Match. Captain Charlie Morton oozed class again at the back, and Cian and Max had outstanding games. However it was Ben Jones who took the aware for his performance during the first part of the game, which effectively set this win up.
Sunday 18 November - Saxons 2 Unicorn Vikings 1
The Saxons got off to a perfect start when Josh Espley won the ball on the half way line and threaded a pass through to Alex Apted; Alex cut in from the left and unleashed a fantastic shot into the top right hand corner of the net. To Unicorns credit, this was an entirely different team to the one that the Saxons played a month or so ago; Unicorn were sharp, hungry and a different proposition altogether. Unicorn got their reward when they equalised half way through the first period. It could have been worse for the Saxons had keeper Ben Jones not pulled off a great save, tipping the ball onto the post and having the presence of mind to collect the rebound. Some great inter play between Cian Donohue and Max Horne down the right released Xavier Hanley-Watts whose cross just eluded Alex and the onrushing Aarron Grewal.
The second period was incredibly tight with very few chances either way.
The third period was more open and the Saxons slowly but surely began to get on top. Josh headed over the bar, Cian had a long range volley which the keeper clung onto and James Monaghan’s shot was superbly saved. The break through came from a corner when James saw his shot saved again, only for the rebound to fall to Adam Carr who neatly tucked the ball into the bottom corner. Back came Unicorn again, who pushed for another equaliser. Fortunately, Charlie Morton was at his superlative best at the back, ably assisted by the impressive Richard Anderson-Boyd and Aarron who did a great job tracking back. The Saxons held onto their goal advantage and took the points.
As already mentioned Charlie was in great form at the back, especially in the last period. However, the Man of the Match was awarded to youngster Adam Carr for a simply outstanding performance.
Sunday 11 November – Saxons 6 Hough End Griffins 2
The Saxons got off to a great start in this game. Within the first couple of minutes some great ‘
The second period started in the same vein. Quick thinking from Adam Carr released James who scored his second of the game. Josh Espley then won the ball in his own half and released Alex who took his one on one opportunity to complete a great hat trick. In truth the score would have been more if it wasn’t for some excellent saves from the Hough End goalkeeper. Having said that Reece Eccles made at least two last gasp challenges and Ben Jones made a couple of good saves to deny Hough End.
Within 10 seconds of the third period the Saxons had made the score 6-0 after Xavier Hanley-Watts crossed for Max to head in at the far post. James was unlucky not to complete his hat trick when his shot hit the bar, bounced on the line and came out. For some reason the Saxons took their foot off the peddle for the remainder of the game, and allowed Hough End back in by conceding two sloppy goals in the space of two minutes. Indeed if it wasn’t for some great defending from skipper Charlie Morton the score could have been a bit tighter.
There were a number of candidates for the Man of the Match award. Cian had another great performance, both Max and Aarron had outstanding games and Alex for his hat trick. However, the award went to James Monaghan for a super performance in the middle of the park.
Sunday 4 November – Saxons 5 Unicorn Crusaders 1
The Saxons got off to a really slow start against a well drilled and organised Unicorn team. Chances in the first half were at a premium with neither goalkeeper being tested. Unicorn took the lead when they were awarded a penalty that was coolly put away, giving Ben Jones no chance.
The second period started in the same vein with both teams cancelling each other out. A last gasp challenge by the excellent Richard Anderson-Boyd denied Unicorns what would have been an important second goal. Fortunately for the Saxons, Cian Donohue came to the rescue; Adam Carr was unlucky to see his shot hit the post and then get cleared off the line; however Cian was there to control the loose ball and smash it into the roof of the net. This was just the tonic that the Saxons needed. Following some great work from Alex Apted, James Monaghan’s shot feel nicely to Josh Espley who deflected the ball home. James then set up Alex who fired an unstoppable drive into the roof of the net. The Saxons were now in full flow and the third period couldn’t come soon enough.
A short corner by the impressive Xavier Hanley-Watts resulted in a great cross from Cian and another cool side foot finish from the free scoring Josh. Xavier then created a chance for himself and drilled the ball home to make it 5-1. Aarron Grewal went on a great run and was unlucky not to open his account. Max Horne was also unlucky not to score and James had a few opportunities to stick the ball in the back of the net. Josh was then denied what would have been a hat trick of hat tricks, when his third goal was unluckily ruled out for offside. Ben Jones made the last save of the game, diving bravely at the feet of a Unicorn striker. It must be said that Unicorn battled on gamely having suffered a number of injury blows.
Xavier Hanley-Watts deservedly won the Man of the Match award for a magnificent all round performance.
Sunday 21 October - Unicorn Vikings 0 Saxons 6
The Saxons continued their impressive recent form with a good victory away to Unicorn Vikings.
The Saxons were on their game right from the off with both Aarron Grewal and James Monaghan driving the team forward. The first goal came in the first 5 minutes of the game when a long clearance from Goal keeper Ben Jones found its way to Alex Apted, who struck a sweet left foot volley into the top corner. More was soon to follow. After some great work and a fine cross from Marcus Blake, Max Horne finished clinically at the back post. For some reason, the Saxons then seemed to take their foot off the pedal until the end of the first period.
The Saxons weren’t firing on all cylinders in the second period either. If it wasn’t for Charlie Morton expertly marshalling the defence, the Vikings could have found themselves back in the game. In truth the second period was hard work for the lads, the bright spot being a great one two between Josh Espley and Marcus resulting in Josh’s left foot shot hitting the inside of the post and rolling across the line to eventual safety.
The third period was much better from the Saxons perspective. Both Adam Carr and Xavier Hanley-Watts were much more involved in the game. The Saxons needed another goal to put the game to bed and it came from an in swinging corner from Alex who found Josh unmarked, who clipped the ball into the far corner. The Saxons were now in full flow again. Adam ran straight through the heart of the Vikings defence and was tripped just as he was about to pull the trigger; Josh coolly slotted the resulting penalty home. With an identical goal to his first, Josh then completed his first ever Saxons hat trick flicking in Alex’s corner. Cian Donohue then got into the act by collecting the ball on the half way line, driving forward and smashing an unstoppable shot into the bottom corner. The Saxons could have increased the margin with both James and Aarron going close late on.
Alex and Josh had claims for the Man of the Match, however the award went to Richard Anderson-Boyd for a classy and faultless performance throughout.
However, the victory was marred when news filtered through that Marcus had fractured his collarbone. All of the lads, parents and coaches wish Marcus a full and speedy recovery!
Sunday 14 October - Saxons 8 Benchill Celtic 1
Missing regular goalkeeper Ben Jones and in form striker Alex Apted, the Saxons started this week the way in which this finished last weeks match, playing some great football from the off.
The break through soon came when Max Horne went on a great run down the left and produced a perfect cross into the path of Aarron Grewal who coolly placed the ball into the corner. More was to come; Richard Anderson-Boyd produced a similar run and cross, this time from the right hand side, for Marcus Blake to smash home. Marcus soon followed this up with another good finish to make the score 3-0. Xavier Hanley-Watts rounded off a great opening period by winning the ball in the last third and slotting a left drive past the keeper into the far corner.
Despite the introduction and an immediate goal from Robert Watson, the Saxons took their foot off the gas in the second period. Benchill attacked down the left and scored a goal via a great drive into the bottom corner. Charlie Morton and Reece Eccles had to be on their guard at the back to limit Benchill’s chances, and if it wasn’t for a couple of super saves from the stand in keeper James Monaghan the Saxons could have left the door open for Benchill to get back into the match.
Thankfully the Saxons picked up the pace in the last period and started to play football again with some slick passing and movement. Robert was quick to latch onto a loose ball and claim his second. It wasn’t too long after when Adam Carr produced the ball of the match for Robert to run onto and complete his hat trick with a classy finish. Stand In keeper Cian Donohue then produced the save of the match, leaping like a salmon and somehow clawing the ball away that was destined for the top corner. The Saxons weren’t finished yet though, with Josh Espley coolly slotting home a penalty after a hand ball in the box.
Again there were a number of candidates for the Man of the Match award. Adam produced some great through balls from midfield, both Xavier and Max were outstanding again and Charlie was simply class at the back. However, the award went to Aarron for a magnificent all round performance.
Sunday 7 October - Old Strets 1 Saxons 9
The Saxons travelled a short distance to face Old Strets in a derby match.
Unfortunately for Old Strets, the Saxons were on their ‘A’ game from the first minute. The Saxons sped into a 3 goal lead within the first 5 minutes with strikes from Alex Apted, Max Horne and Marcus Blake.
Strets did have a great effort when Luke Youd was unlucky to see his shot hit the post and roll across the line before Richard Anderson-Boyd hooked the ball to safety. Within minutes the Saxons increased their lead with another accomplished finish by Marcus.
The second period was very similar with the Saxons dominating possession and it wasn’t long before Josh Espley drove the ball home to make it 5-0. Alex was alert to pick up on a goal kick and race through to slot the ball home. Max and Aarron Grewal were linking up superbly in the middle of the park and more goals looked likely. Any sniffs that Strets had were soon snuffed out by Cian Donohue, Charlie Morton and keeper Ben Jones.
The third period started with the Saxons on the offensive again. A great through ball by Josh set up Xavier Hanley Watts who finished with aplomb. Richard then crossed for Adam Carr who swept the ball past the luckless keeper. Adam then set Xavier up for this second of the match. Right near the end Strets did get a fully deserved consolation goal with a superb right foot drive from Sam Tootell.
Every Saxons player had a claim for the Man of the Match award. Cian and Charlie were outstanding at the back with most attacks being started by their strong runs forward and balls down the line. However the award went to Alex for a terrific all round performance.
Sunday 23 September -
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend this match; having spoken to both Ian and Terry, the lads started off slowly but got better as the game progressed.
Missing a couple of players the Saxons were always going to have to be on their A game against a very strong Sale United team. The first period was a close affair with
It was the second period where the game was won and lost, with
The Saxons raised their game during the last period and despite conceding a goal the lads could and perhaps should have scored more than one goal themselves.
Cian Donohue and Captain Charlie Morton were outstanding in defence, with Cian just pipping the Man of the Match award.
Sunday 9 September - Stretford Victoria 3 Saxons 4
The Saxons travelled to face their local rivals on the opening day of the season.
The Saxons started well with several early chances going begging; Alex Apted shot wide and Josh Espley saw his shot beat the goalie only for a defender to block it on the line. Max Horne was looking lively on his debut and slotted in well next to James in central midfield. The Saxons were made to pay for their early misses when Vics scored the opening goal of the game against the run of play. This spurned the Vics on; they seemed to want the ball more and were more aggressive in the tackle. If it wasn’t for some great challenges by Cian Donohue and Captain Charlie Morton, the score would have been more. The Saxons equalised on the stroke of the end of the first period; after a good run by Richard Anderson-Boyd, Alex crossed for Marcus Blake who cleverly placed his volley past the Vics keeper.
The Saxons were much brighter in the second period. James Monaghan won the ball in the middle of the park, moved forward purposely before unleashing an unstoppable shot into the bottom corner. A few minutes later Xavier Hanley-Watts tracked back and won the ball deep in his own half before releasing the lively Adam Carr; Adam dribbled past a couple of Vics defenders and was just about to pull the trigger when he was tripped from behind; Cian coolly slotted the resulting penalty home. Josh was again unlucky not to be on the score sheet when he saw his shot tipped onto the cross bar by the Vics keeper. It was all Saxons before the referee ended the second period.
The third period was a different story. The Vics came back at the Saxons; again Cian and Charlie were fantastic at the back, giving everything for the cause. Wave after wave of attacks were halted by Cian and Charlie, and when the Vics did break through keeper Ben Jones denied them with some great saves. The inevitable happened, and the Vics hit a second goal to get themselves right back in the match. Fortunately for the Saxons, the lead didn’t last long with Alex smashing the ball into the back of the net after some great work by Marcus. To their credit the Vics continued to push forward and set up a nervy last few minutes with their third goal. The match finished when Ben caught and smothered a Vics corner.
The Man of the Match award went to Marcus for a superb all round performance up front.
The triumphant squads from the 2012 Meadowside and Birchwood tournaments
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The triumphant squad from the 2011 Meadowside and Failsworth tournaments
The triumphant squad from the 2010 Warrington and Penketh tournaments
The 2009 Meadowside tournament winning team
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