It’s all go, with very few spaces to be had in our Reddish leagues, but plenty coming up in the BRAND NEW LEAGUES AT STOCKPORT SPORTS VILLAGE!
The new SSV Thursday league kicks off on 4th July, with a mini tournament taking place next week, the 27th June. Currently there are spaces for two new teams for when the league starts.
Once the Thursday league is sorted, we’ll be working on getting a Wednesday league off the ground. Wthout really trying, we’ve filled 4 of the 16 spaces that will be available when this league starts, so don’t stick around if it’s something that might be of interest.
As far as Reddish spaces go, it’s fairly straightforward… We currently have one space in each of our Tuesday and Thursday leagues.
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The first night of the new Sunday league was adversely affected by Father’s Day, but 8 games still took place.
Only one of those games took place in the top flight, as Beercalona started the defence of their title against Kipsta Cobras. Their recent form hadn’t been great, and they fell behind here as Kieran Mills scored two early goals. They quickly regained control though, and went into the break 5-2 up. Tykio Williams 5 goals ended up making the difference as the champs start off with an 8-4 win.
The McMuffin Men started life in the Championship in style, beating FC AOTS 7-2. Daniel Havern and Jayden Whittaker both scored two as the League One winners ran away with it in the final 20 minutes. Sevilla Lacatalent got off to a flyer, going into the break 5-0 up against Stockport Eagles, with Tom Jackson scoring two. Eagles made the scoreline more respectable in the second half, scoring two goals without reply, but they start the season with a defeat.
2 Goals 1 Schlupp may well have joined the league at a lower level than they should, as it was hat tricks all round from Ray Donnelly, Elliot Smallwood, Mark Carruthers and Wayne Reeves as they beat Polish Army 12-1 in their first league game. The other league one game played was a tighter one between two old adversaries. Inter Your Sister and The Veterans go way, way back, and their latest chapter went The Veterans way. Scott Norris scored 4 for Inter, but that was matched by Andy Carrington for The Vets, while doubles from Ryan Prestwich and Paul Atherton helped The Vets to a 9-6 win.
The two games played in the Sunday basement bode well for the new season as both were decided by just the one goal. 4 goals from Oliver Lloyd Baxter and three from Vincenzo Napolitano helped Athletico Pathetico to a 9-8 win over FC Stront Bakken in their first game since switching from the Monday league. Ryan Stringer scored three in reply for the Bucket Boys, but they start life back in league two with a defeat. Step Brothers are off to a winning start after they held on for a 6-5 win over Fat Boys Run Wild, with Josh Armitage scoring a brace.
Expected Toulouse were looking to bounce back from the relative disappointment of starting the new campaign with a draw last week, against Nice Buns. From the outset there looked to be very little chance of a repeat, as the champs went 4-0 up inside the opening 9 minutes. In the end Waz Akram top scored with three, but there were doubles from Liam Mottram, Niall Hillen and Ryan Dolan as they ran out 11-2 winners to go top. Kinky Slipper were back after a few weeks off, but they were quickly back at it as every single player, including ‘keeper Luke Braden, who also picked up the man of the match award, getting on the score sheet as they beat Wheel Madrid 9-3. Wes Harney and Rob Creswell both grabbed doubles, as did Jahid Hussain for Wheel, who have started top division life with a pair of defeats, but without being disgraced.
Two of the pre-season favourites went head to head in the second week, as Ctrl Alt De Ligt took on Trent The Fish. This one was as tight as could have been expected, and it was two goals from Mike Pentland that were the difference as Ctrl Alt won a 9 goal thriller by the odd goal. This means that after two weeks they are the only team with a 100% record, which is a sign of how open this division could be, and Delph & Safety bounced back from last week’s heavy defeat to Trent to pull off a slight shock as they beat Phantom Brazilians. Matthew Tracey and Harry Vose scored twice each in an 8-4 win, with Daniel Clayton replying with a double for Phantom. Two teams who were in need of a win played out a tight game as Cheadle FC took on Chief & Indians. To be fair, this was the first time that Chiefs have realistically still been in a game heading into the final stages, but they came up short as Cheadle picked up their second win since rejoining as Evan Farrell scored all 4 of their goals in a 4-2 win.
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A potentially decisive result in the Tuesday Premiership title race this week, as Snorting Lisbon recovered from their first sticky spell to go top with an 8-5 win over previous leaders Gangsta’s Allardyce. Kris Fawcett scored three for Snorting, while there were doubles for Steven Bulger and James Taylor. Tom Brennan and Abdullah responded in kind for Gangsta’s, but Snorting now lead the way by a point from both Gangsta’s and Speshull City, who beat Sons FC 9-5. Luke Walker top scored with three while Jamie Stokes and Mike Bond grabbed two each, as did Logan Jeffs and ‘Own Goal’ in response for Sons. Former leaders Club Tropicana‘s title chances now look to be over, but they at least picked up their first win in 4 and leapfrogged For Fuch’s Sake into 4th place after beating them 7-5. Danny Moss, Andrew Cochran and Tom van Bergen all grabbed two, as did Danny Harwood for Fuch’s.
Rusholme Ruffians look to be a team to watch as they made it three straight wins to start Ballers life. They were 6-2 winners over Sevilla Lacatalent this week, with Alex Federico the only player to notch more than one as they spread the goals out. Tom Jackson scored both of Sevilla’s goals, but they now sit in third place after Michu At De Gea Ba just about held on for a second straight win, beating Leavemyarsealona 6-5. Adam Porter scored a hat trick for Michu, as did Scott Stokes for Leavemy, who lose their second straight game. Barcabona‘s fIrst Ballers game was in defeat to Stroke Titty just a few weeks ago, but they showed their signs of improvement to pick up a win against the same opposition this week. Layton Smith’s second of the game in the final minute gave them a 7-6 win, with Harry Arden’s hat trick a massive help. Joe Lailey grabbed three for Stroke, and Conor Dolan got two more ‘consolation’ goals, which are becoming his speciality.
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Only one league game took place this week as we tidy up the final games ahead of the start of the new season. New Team had to beat Exeter Gently to remain in contention for the title, and they just about did it as Rob Elliott scored half of their 10 goals in a 10-6 win. Jonny Taylor also grabbed three, while there were doubles from Rob Milarvie and Tom Harrison as Exeter ensured it was never a comfortable night for the title challengers. Wellspring picked up a friendly this week against new team (not THAT New Team) Stockport FC. They put up a decent fight in the opening half as two goals from Jack Hopkins helped them go into the break at 2-2. The more experienced team took charge in the second half though, as Josh Edwards scored three, Shane Bridges and Mike Cocks two each as Wellspring won 8-2. It’s never a dull game when Out Of Shape and Stockport Eagles play each other, and they served up another decent spectacle this week. It took a late goal from Ray Donnelly to salvage a 3-3 draw for Eagles after Karol had scored twice for Shapers, with Ryan McAndrew grabbing Eagles other two.
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The brand new Thursday league got started this week, and Xavi Dodgers already look like being the team to watch as they picked up a comfotable 11-4 win over last week’s tournament winners Hillgate Boys. Ray Donnelly scored 4 and Rob Piercy three, while Louis Moore scored three of Hillgate’s 4 as they drew the second half 4-4. It was just the 7-0 half time scoreline that killed them… On the other pitch, a tight, keenly contested game between Ambition FC and Nigel De Mong unfortunately had to be ended prematurely with Nigel 4-3 up, so we won’t say anything more about that right now…
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