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Managerial Appointments
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Description: The Club would like to welcome Nick Matthews as the new First Team Manager. Nick Matthews has been appointed First Team Manager after Ste Palfrey stepped down at the Club?s AGM on Saturday. Stalwart Manager Ste Palfrey commented ?Now that the dust has settled after such a great season that saw us gain promotion it … Continue reading Managerial Appointments   more...

The Club would like to welcome Nick Matthews as the new First Team Manager.

Nick Matthews has been appointed First Team Manager after Ste Palfrey stepped down at the Club?s AGM on Saturday.

Stalwart Manager Ste Palfrey commented ?Now that the dust has settled after such a great season that saw us gain promotion it is the right time to announce something that most people in the Club knew anyway. So much time recently has been taken up with steering the first team to promotion and unfortunately due to work commitments I feel that at the moment I can?t give the hours needed to further give the Club the success it deserves.?

?I would like to thank the Reserve and Youth Team management teams, the Chairman and the Committee for backing me ? we have a small group but a very hardworking one that is relentless in moving the club forward. This has been a difficult decision but one I feel is right for the Club. Having played for the club since I was 17 and been a Manager for 12 years it highlights how much the club means to me.?

?When I took over the first team for the second time at the start of the 2015/16 season the Club was in turmoil. We had no real structure to the Committee and went down to one team where I could barely get together 11 lads to play on a Saturday. The progress over the last three seasons has been phemonenal. Jimmy (Woodyer) came in as the Chairman, we have moved to a brand new 3G stadium and created a long-term plan to progress to the North-West Counties and beyond. We now have 2 very strong senior sides competing in the Cheshire League, Youth, Vet?s team and Women?s teams plus a thriving Junior Section that will grow year on year. Jimmy presented our ambitious plans for the Club at the AGM on Saturday and I am by no means moving away totally. I will be working closely with Jimmy to ensure everything progresses both on and off the field.?

Ste Palfrey, who has played over 450 games as well as managed 326 games had a strong managerial record having steered his teams to a top 3 finish or above 7 out of the 12 seasons he managed – winning 2 cups, 1 league title and finishing runner-up twice along the way.

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?Finally I?d like to thank the players over the past few seasons and to win a cup and gain promotion with this group of lads has been fantastic. I?ve worked with some of the best players that are around this area, who could have gone and played higher but they are sticking with this club and I can?t thank them enough for their support and belief in what we can achieve.?

?I personally brought Nick to the Club in the middle of last season and it was always my intention to hand over the reigns to him. We all feel it is a very strong appointment as well as a statement of our intention to progress into the North West Counties.?

Nickhas vast experience of the counties level having been an Assistant Manager at Atherton LR FC, St Helens Town FC, Widnes FC and Burscough FC. In 2015/16, he was appointed joint manager of St Helens Town FC and took them to the verge of the play-offs and was also part of the very successful Widnes management team that won the North West Counties Division One title in 2016/17.

?I was approached by Ste Palfrey just after my disappointing exit from Burscough – where I?d claimed 19pts from 10 games ? to see if I?d look at helping out. I then met with the Club Chairman, Jimmy Woodyer and the conversation was great ? the ideas and vision he has for the Club gave me an easy decision to join this ambitious club.?

?The Club?s facilities and infrastructure is fantastic and in many ways better than some clubs at an higher level. Our objective is to get the Club in the North West Counties as soon as possible, there?s a lot of people who work hard behind the scenes and it?s mine and my coaching staff?s job to get the rewards on the pitch.?

?This Club has a history of developing local players and my aim is to recruit the best lads within a radius from 15 miles from Ruskin. So I would say to anyone who wants to be part of this great journey come down to our pre-season training sessions and see what we are all about.?

Nick will appoint further people to his backroom staff very soon. ?Reg? Healy will remain part of Nick?s backroom staff with his role seeing him being the buffer between the first and reserve team squads. Reserve Team Assistant Manager, Jamie Dickson also stepped down to concentrate on his role as Junior Chairman and will be replaced by Reggie and Youth Team Managers Peter Edwards and Neil Leyland. Current Reserve Team Manager, Andy Vaughton remains in this role as well as taking over the Youth Team duties on a Sunday.

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We are going up!!! We are going up!!!
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report, Featured
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Description: Lostock Gralam 1-4 Pilkington Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 26th May 2018 Following an emphatic midweek 9-1 win over Halebank, Pilks travelled to Lostock Gralam in their last game of the season knowing that dropping points was not an option. A win for either team would see them promoted whilst a loss or draw would … Continue reading We are going up!!! We are going up!!!   more...

Lostock Gralam 1-4 Pilkington
Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 26th May 2018

Following an emphatic midweek 9-1 win over Halebank, Pilks travelled to Lostock Gralam in their last game of the season knowing that dropping points was not an option.

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A win for either team would see them promoted whilst a loss or draw would put them out of the promotion race. Pilks started sluggish and found themselves 1-0 down within six minutes after some slack defending.

They tried to strike back immediately when Ben Maddocks forced a great save from the keeper who pushed it onto the post. A minute later, Graham Boylan?s half volley on the turn also hit the post.

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At the back Pilks really were not at the races and Lostock spurned three or four good chances to extend their lead. They struggled to get to grips with their counter attacking style and it seemed every time they went forwards Lostock looked like scoring.

Despite this, at the other end, but for the brilliance of the keeper Pilks could have had a few themselves. Matty Taylor?s effort on 25 minutes produced another good save and Sephton, Maddocks and Boylan all had chances that needed the keeper to preserve Lostock?s lead.

The second half was a different matter. Pilks came out with a more determined feel about them as they fought for every ball. Within 3 minutes of the restart Taylor had equalised. He cut inside the defender to place the ball in the top corner.

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Gradually Pilks started to take control of the game and on the 70th minute Taylor struck again when he broke free and lobbed the keeper.

Lostock were starting to tire and with ten minutes left Boylan made it 3-1 when his miskicked lob seemed to go past the keeper.

Lostock tried a fightback and Rob Cork tipped a 30 yard shot onto the bar with five minutes left. But as they pushed to get back in the game they were leaving gaps at the back and Sephton broke free with four minutes left to supply Rory Campbell who made it 4-1.

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And so the season ends on a high as Pilks are promoted to the Cheshire Premier Division. Objective one complete in their long term plan to be playing North West Counties football.

Rampant Pilks sweep aside Halebank
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Halebank1-9 Pilkington Cheshire League Division One, Tuesday 22nd May 2018 Pilks travelled to Halebank midweek knowing that a win was a must and in the end they rampaged past them to run out 9-1 winners. Pilks should have scored straight from the kick off when Graham Boylan broke through but his cutback couldn?t quite make … Continue reading Rampant Pilks sweep aside Halebank   more...

Halebank1-9 Pilkington
Cheshire League Division One, Tuesday 22nd May 2018

Pilks travelled to Halebank midweek knowing that a win was a must and in the end they rampaged past them to run out 9-1 winners.

Pilks should have scored straight from the kick off when Graham Boylan broke through but his cutback couldn?t quite make it to Kane Gerald.

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Halebank had a few half chances themselves and the scores were kept level when Rob Cork pulled off a good save before Halebank then missed a sitter.

On 13 minutes, Matty Taylor found space in the middle to slot past the keeper to make it 1-0. Halebank however hit straight back to equalise.

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Five minutes later and Boylan put Pilks back in the lead when he stabbed a corner home at the back post. Within the half hour Pilks were 4-1, firstly Luke Sephton managed to get the last touch as he challenged the keeper for a high ball and then Gerald?s shot from 30 yards flew into the bottom corner.

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15 minutes into the second half and we saw a rare goal from Ian Frazer. After great work by Sephton the keeper miskicked down the middle and Frazer met it on the half volley from 40 yards out to make it 6-1.

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Ten minutes later and Smailes made it 7-1 before Sephton got his second of the game following a good cross from Gerald.

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As the game came to a close Taylor made it 8-1 and Sephton completed his hat-trick when he headed home for his 33rd goal of the campaign.

Golborne edged out
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Golborne Sports 2-3 Pilkington FC Saturday 12th May 2018, Cheshire League Division One Pilks finished this game knowing that this 3-2 victory over Golborne Sports was vital in their push for promotion to the Cheshire Premier League. Against the bottom club you would have thought on paper that this would be an easy win. However … Continue reading Golborne edged out   more...

Golborne Sports 2-3 Pilkington FC
Saturday 12th May 2018, Cheshire League Division One

Pilks finished this game knowing that this 3-2 victory over Golborne Sports was vital in their push for promotion to the Cheshire Premier League.

Against the bottom club you would have thought on paper that this would be an easy win. However with a team bolstered by the return of some key players including non-League star Matty Hughes, Golborne were resolute and put up a fight right to the end.

Pilks started well with top goalscorer Luke Sephton heading wide and then hitting the bar. The breakthrough came on 25 mins when Matty Taylor?s cross found Graham Boylan free to convert on the back post.

5 mins later, Boylan held off the defender at the edge of the box and turned to feed the advancing Ben Maddocks but his effort was pushed onto the bar.

Just before half-time Pilks extended when Sephton converted a penalty for his 30th goal of the season.

Half-time: Golborne Sports 0-2 Pilkington FC

Golborne came out in the second half with more effort and put Pilks under a bit of pressure. The introduction of Rory Campbell breathed new life into the Pilks attack and on 60 mins he flashed a shot over the bar. This was quickly followed a few minutes later with another effort from Maddocks.

5 mins later some quick thinking by Taylor made it 3-0 when he took a free-kick quickly when Golborne had switched off.

Pilks should have been in cruise control at this point but with the quality Golborne possessed up front they were always going to be a threat and on 70 minutes they pulled one back after a great solo run.

As they game entered the final minutes, a poor clearance from Pilks keeper Rob Cork fell to the Golborne midfielder who lofted it into the net from the halfway.

This set up a nervy injury time but Pilks managed it well to record another win in their push for promotion.

Full-time: Golborne Sports 2-3Pilkington FC

Pilks grab a point
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Pilkington 4-4 West Didsbury & Chorlton Reserves Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 5th May 2018 Pilks will be bitterly disappointed as they slipped up at home in their last game of the season at the Arcoframe stadium. Pilks had a shocking start and were 1-0 to West Didsbury & Chorlton Reserves within 3 minutes when … Continue reading Pilks grab a point   more...

Pilkington 4-4 West Didsbury & Chorlton Reserves
Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 5th May 2018

Pilks will be bitterly disappointed as they slipped up at home in their last game of the season at the Arcoframe stadium.

Pilks had a shocking start and were 1-0 to West Didsbury & Chorlton Reserves within 3 minutes when a corner flew straight in at the back post. For the first 30 minutes Pilks were unable to gain control of the game and despite a few half chances for Graham Boylan, Luke Sephton and Matty Taylor they didn?t threaten.

Finally with ten minutes left of the half they came to life ? firstly Taylor spun away from his marker and his cut back was put away by Sephton but amazingly the referee felt that this was offside and promptly disallowed the goal.

A minute later and Pilks were level. A long through-ball found Boylan who equalised and almost straight from the kick off Taylor won the ball back and squared it to Sephton to make it 2-1.

Half-time: Pilkington 2-1West Didsbury & Chorlton Reserves

Within two minutes of the restart Pilks had stretched their lead when Taylor?s shot across the keeper nestled into the bottom corner.

You would have felt that Pilks should go on and win the game but some awful defending let West Didsbury straight back in it a minute later.

Pilks had further chances to put the game to bed when Ben Maddocks went through but couldn?t quite go round the keeper and Taylor put it wide from Fidan Hjdari?s free kick.

Despite the chances Pilks were always struggling to control the midfield and on 60 minutes West Didsbury were level. Pilks now laid siege on the opposition as the sought the winner, however more shocking defending saw them go 4-3 down with only 10 minutes left.

Pilks pushed and pushed for the equaliser but a combination of poor finishing and good saves was preventing this. Finally with the last kick of the game they got the point. As Rory Campbell?s shot rattled the bar, Maddocks arrived in the six-yard box to scramble to ball over the line.

Relief for Pilks that they had rescued a point but as they chase promotion it remains to be seen how crucial it will be.

Full-time: Pilkington 4-4West Didsbury & Chorlton Reserves

Emphatic Derby Day Win
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Pilkington 6-3 FC St Helens Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 21st April 2018 Pilks showed their qualities on Saturday as they brushed aside close rivals FC St Helens with an emphatic 6-3 victory. Rampant Pilks started the game with a good attitude to put it to bed very early on and they were on the … Continue reading Emphatic Derby Day Win   more...

Pilkington 6-3 FC St Helens
Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 21st April 2018

Pilks showed their qualities on Saturday as they brushed aside close rivals FC St Helens with an emphatic 6-3 victory.

Rampant Pilks started the game with a good attitude to put it to bed very early on and they were on the scoresheet within 3 minutes. Matty Taylor spun clear down the right hand side and his cross was met at the back post by the league?s top goalscorer, Luke Sephton.

FC seemed to want put up a fight and were level within five minutes. They rallied some effort but a ruthless Pilks put them to the sword with 25 minutes of scintillating football.

On 22 mins Captain Graham Boylan turned in the box to feed Taylor who finished cooly for his first of the afternoon and after a quick water break on a hot afternoon, Kane Gerald won the ball back straight from the kick off and after some great link up play with Taylor extended their lead further with a good finish from a tight angle.

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Taylor got his second five minutes before the half when Pilks broke again after a good tackle from young defender Tom Moore. And just on half-time Boylan got in on the act when Sephton?s cross was pulled back by Taylor for him to round the keeper and make it 5-1 at half-time.

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Half-time: Pilkington 5-1 FC St Helens

The second half was more like a training session for Pilks as FC concentrated on keeping men behind the ball to stop conceding goals. They did manage one attack on 60 minutes with Laird getting his second to pull one back for FC.

On 70 minutes Sephton should have extended the lead but a good save from the keeper prevented this but 5 minutes later he got the last touch in a scramble in the box to get his second of the game.

Taylor and Campbell had further chances to extend the lead before a mix up from the Pilks keeper let FC to score a third late on. A final flurry by Pilks didn?t bring another goal but Taylor was unlucky to not get his hat-trick when his effort struck the post.

This game was effectively over at half-time as Pilks shown their true class with a top drawer performance as they continue to chase a promotion spot.

Full-time: Pilkington 6-3FC St Helens

Pilks slip up at home
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Pilkington FC 0-1 Middlewich Town FC Saturday 24th March 2018, CheshireLeague Division One Pilkington suffered a huge blow in their promotion battle when they were defeated 1-0 by promotion chasing Middlewich Town at the Arcoframe Stadium. But the 1-0 scoreline does not tell the whole story. Simply put, Pilks were dominant in the game but … Continue reading Pilks slip up at home   more...

Pilkington FC 0-1 Middlewich Town FC
Saturday 24th March 2018, CheshireLeague Division One

Pilkington suffered a huge blow in their promotion battle when they were defeated 1-0 by promotion chasing Middlewich Town at the Arcoframe Stadium.

But the 1-0 scoreline does not tell the whole story. Simply put, Pilks were dominant in the game but couldn?t find the goals to kill the game off.

As the game settled down, Luke Sephton?s cross was met by Matty Taylor but the Middlewich keeper pulled off a great save. A couple of minutes later and Miguel Gillum headed wide.

The golden chance of the game came on 30 minutes when Sephton knocked the ball down to the advancing Adam Dixon but again he failed to convert.

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With minutes left in the half, Sephton was presented with a chance when Ian Mcbride slid him in but somehow he dragged it wide.

Pilks knew that they needed to get the first goal to settle things down and the second half started the same with the midfield trio totally controlling the ball.

Half-time: Pilkington FC 0-0 Middlewich Town FC

Within a few minutes of the restart Jake Worrall burst down the left and his cross was just missed by the outstretched leg of McBride. From the resulting corner Sephton then skewed it wide after a scramble in the box.

Another cross from Worrall found Boylan at the back post and his header back across goal was again narrowly missed by McBride. You sensed it wasn?t going to be Pilk?s day and the hammer blow came on 58 minutes.

The lively Middlewich winger cut inside and delivered a ball over the top to catch the Pilks defence out and in one of their few attacks of the day Middlewich were able to take the lead.

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From then on in it was all about the equaliser for Pilks. You thought that they just needed to one for the floodgates to open but it didn?t arrive.

Firstly, a backflick from Boylan was just missed by Sephton at the back post and then Boylan seemed to hesitate twice in the box as the box bounced around. They went on to hit the post and bar but somehow it wasn?t destined to go in.

This was definitely three points lost for Pilks and they need to start to find that cutting edge once more if they are going to get over the line and grab one of those promotion spots.

Full-time: Pilkington FC 0-1 Middlewich Town FC

 

 

Sephton hat-trick keeps Pilks top
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Pilkington 5-1 Golborne Sports Saturday 17th March 2018, Cheshire League Division One Pilks eased to a comfortable 5-1 victory over bottom club Golborne Sports with Luke Sephton grabbing another hat-trick. Pilks started sharp as Ben Maddocks found space in the box but his shot was well blocked. A minute later and Pilks had opened the … Continue reading Sephton hat-trick keeps Pilks top   more...

Pilkington 5-1 Golborne Sports
Saturday 17th March 2018, Cheshire League Division One

Pilks eased to a comfortable 5-1 victory over bottom club Golborne Sports with Luke Sephton grabbing another hat-trick.

Pilks started sharp as Ben Maddocks found space in the box but his shot was well blocked. A minute later and Pilks had opened the scoring, Matty Taylor intercepted a pass out of defence and his cross was turned in by the retreating Golborne defender.

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Pilks were in total control of the ball and by half-time the game was dead and buried. On 25 minutes Adam Dixon played in Sephton who rounded the keeper to make it 2-0. Then Sephton grabbed his second on 39 minutes with some breath-taking counter attacking football after defending a corner.

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The goal of the game came with 4 minutes of the half left when Dixon?s well struck effort from outside of the box found the bottom corner.

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Half-time: Pilkington 4-0Golborne Sports

With the game effectively over Pilks were hoping to come out in the second half and build on their goal difference. It looked to be going to plan when Sephton completed his hat-trick on 58 minutes after he met a Taylor corner to convert.

Changes to personnel ensued and for a while Pilks lost a little rhythm but were never in any danger.

On 70 minutes Golborne managed to grab a goal back when a simple long ball caught out the defence and Rob Cork clipped the advancing forward to concede a penalty that was easily converted.

The last 20 minutes passed without incident in what was horrendous conditions with driving snow and Pilks recorded another win in their push for promotion.

Full-time: Pilkington 5-1 Golborne Sports

Pilks fight back to go top
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Egerton FC 2-3 Pilkington FC Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 10th March 2018 Pilks went back to the top of the Cheshire First Division with a 3-2 victory against third placed Egerton. With a team full of ex pro-footballers including Dean Gorre, JLloyd Samuel and Tru-Sox billionaire Jim Cherneski, Egerton?s quality was evident and they … Continue reading Pilks fight back to go top   more...

Egerton FC 2-3 Pilkington FC
Cheshire League Division One, Saturday 10th March 2018

Pilks went back to the top of the Cheshire First Division with a 3-2 victory against third placed Egerton. With a team full of ex pro-footballers including Dean Gorre, JLloyd Samuel and Tru-Sox billionaire Jim Cherneski, Egerton?s quality was evident and they took control of the first quarter of this game.

Quick passing and quality possession meant Pilks struggled to get a foothold in the game and they found themselves 2-0 down within 30 minutes. After the second went in Pilks made changes and introduced Matty Taylor who seemed to spark some life into Pilks.

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Five minutes later they had pulled one back. Danny Hughes won the ball and his pass to Luke Sephton was flicked onto the advancing Adam Dixon who returned the pass for Sephton to slot home.

Pilks were in the insurgency and started to press quicker to stop Egerton from playing. With four minutes of the half left Sephton drew the game level after Ian McBride had won the ball and slid him in for a cool finish.

With their tails up and Egerton on the ropes, Pilks struck again with a minute to go to half time. A cross-field ball from Rory Campbell was sublimely brought down by Taylor and his shot from an acute angle bounced off the post back to Dixon who finished well.

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Half-time: Egerton FC 2-3 Pilkington FC

Egerton were rocked and it was Pilks who had more of the opening exchanges of the second half with Campbell hitting the post and missing a one-on-one. But Egerton grew back into it and they were forcing a few opportunities for themselves.

As the game entered the last 20 minutes there were horrific scenes as Pilk?s defender Mike Samson suddenly collapsed after what seemed an innocuous challenge. Alarming scenes ensued as Samson was kept confortable by both team?s physios before the paramedics arrived. Thankfully he suffered just a fractured bone in his face and was airlifted to hospital.

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After an hours delay the game restarted and with the Pilks players a little shellshocked in what was difficult circumstances it was Egerton who had all the ball in these last twenty minutes. It took two outstanding saves from keeper Rob Cork to see Pilks over the line against the team with the most quality in the league.

Full-time: Egerton FC 2-3 Pilkington FC

Pilks lose ground at the top
Category 2017-18 Match Report, Match Report
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Description: Pilkington 1-3 Windle Labour Saturday 3rd March 2018, Cheshire League Division One Pilks lost ground at the top of the table when their second half display sent them to a 3-1 defeat at local rivals Windle Labour. Pilks started the game brightly as they didn?t let Windle settle into the game. On the 5th minute … Continue reading Pilks lose ground at the top   more...

Pilkington 1-3 Windle Labour
Saturday 3rd March 2018, Cheshire League Division One

Pilks lost ground at the top of the table when their second half display sent them to a 3-1 defeat at local rivals Windle Labour.

Pilks started the game brightly as they didn?t let Windle settle into the game. On the 5th minute Luke Sephton robbed the defender but his pull back was dragged wide by Ben Maddocks. Sephton was involved again when his pass was brought down by Matty Taylor but his shot was easily saved by the keeper.

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On 16 minutes Pilks opened the scoring. Sephton broke free again but couldn?t put it past the keeper who pushed it wide but Sephton was then on hand to flick in Taylor?s corner.

Despite being in total control, Pilks somehow couldn?t punish their opposition further. They were wasteful in front of goal and missed three or four more chances to put the game to bed. The easiest being when Sephton rounded the keeper but somehow missed the net.

You sensed the longer the game went on the more encouragement was being given to Windle and in a rare first half attack it took a good block from Dean Smith and save from Rob Cork to keep them out.

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The game changed on its head immediately after the half. Windle came out with a lot more desire and it was now them who were first to everything and the scores were level after just 3 minutes of the half.

Pilks simply couldn?t respond and they looked completely disjointed as they failed to match Windle?s effort. On 70 minutes, Pilks failed to deal with another attack and they went behind 2-1. The large crowd was expecting a response from the team at the top but it didn?t come. A change of personnel didn?t even inject any change and they fell further behind with five minutes left.

Taylor managed to put a half chance over the bar with minutes left but it was all too little too late. With no notable shots on goal in the second half you wonder what happened to the team that in the first half was in total control of the game.

Full-time:Pilkington 1-3 Windle Labour


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