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Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Mon Oct 06, 2014 11:48 am

While most Chorley fans will be travelling down to Hyde this evening I will be travelling in the opposite direction as the newly formed Chorley FC Under 18's face Kendal Town in there opening LFA under 18's floodlight league tie at the hone of Kendal Town FC.

I will try and post updates on twitter throughout the night.

Just a quick note that AFC Chorley's Lewis Kelsall is in this evenings squad.

Good luck to all the lads and here's hoping to a bright future for Chorley FC
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Paul Brennan » Mon Oct 06, 2014 12:38 pm

Good one -all the best. Hope they get their own page in the match-day programme to keep everyone up to date with their progress.
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Mon Oct 06, 2014 12:42 pm

Paul

I have been asked by Mr. Vosper to complete and submit a match report to him for that very reason, hope to get it on the Website too
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Ian Livesey » Mon Oct 06, 2014 2:39 pm

Good luck to the lads up there

Can we get a section on the website and maybe even a Twitter account set up?
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Prodigal son » Mon Oct 06, 2014 2:42 pm

Agree, Ian, a section on the website keeping fans updated of the youngsters progress would be great. Good luck to the lads tonight at Kendal.
Really think this is a very positive move by the club.
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Locki » Mon Oct 06, 2014 3:55 pm

Prodigal son wrote:a section on the website keeping fans updated of the youngsters progress would be great

Looks like you've got a job James!
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Tue Oct 07, 2014 12:06 am

Tonight was the launch of what could be the future of Chorley FC although the final score was 2-2 Chorley dominated there opposition but for the opening 15 minutes of the second half were a couple of changes didn't quite hit the ground running and Chorley were caught cold.

Full match report will be sorted tommorow
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Ian Livesey » Tue Oct 07, 2014 6:52 am

James, where are CFC U18s going to be playing their home games? At DACA?
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Tue Oct 07, 2014 7:07 am

I believe the plan is they will be played on Victory Park
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Tue Oct 07, 2014 4:08 pm

Last Nights Squad:

1. Macauley Scott
2. James Patrick Fordham
3. Bradley Thomas
4. Itsham Jabber
5. Ben Mason
6. Brandon Alexander
7. Christian Holt
8. Jake Wright
9. Lewis Kelsall
10. Callum Darcy
11. Robert Wong

Subs:
12. Lewis Todd
14. Dylan Abbott
15. Craig Richardson
21. Ben Purdham (GK)
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Tue Oct 07, 2014 4:10 pm

Full Match Report:

LFA Floodlight League Under 18’s
Monday 6th October 2014
Venue: Lancaster & Morecambe Stadium, Kendal
Kendal Town U 18’s v Chorley FC U 18’s
Score 2-2
Attendance approx 60

On a cold night in Kendal and with a low mist appearing on the far side of the pitch, the newly formed Chorley FC Under 18’s took to the field in their opening league fixture.
From the kick off the signs where positive as Chorley looked to pass the ball around and pressure the Kendal players when they were on the ball. The young Chorley lads appeared to be controlling the early encounters but Kendal looked like they were going to be a risk on the break with some very good counter attacks.
Chorley had the first attempt on goal when a neat ball was passed from the midfield to put Lewis Kelsall around the back of the defence who was very unlucky not to find the back of the net from 25 yards with a thunderbolt only for the Kendal keeper to tip over the bar. But back came Kendal and a neat passing move down the right hand side and with a strong shot rebounding back off the crossbar. It wasn’t long until the ball was back up the other end of the field and once again the Kendal keeper made a fine save tipping around the post after a good strike by Christian Holt on 15 minutes.
Chorley continued to dominate possession and the pressure soon told as a penalty was awarded on 25 minutes for handball, Robert Wong took the responsibility and placed the ball in the bottom left hand corner sending the keeper the wrong way. This seemed to settle the Chorley team and give them confidence as the back line passed the ball well linking in with the midfield and the wide players. Chorley’s next opportunity came on 32 minutes when some excellent build up play down the left hand side saw Callum Darcy cut in side and whip a ball across the goal to the far post which Lewis Kelsall just could not quite get on the end of. On 37 minutes Chorley made there first substitution with Dylan Abbot replacing Robert Wong on the left wing.
On 38 minutes Chorley got there much deserved second goal when a huge kick by keeper Macauley Scott went over the top of Kendal’s back line Lewis Kelsall raced through to control the ball and neatly lift over the advancing Kendal goalkeeper. With half time looming Chorley continued to play passing football keeping their opponent s chasing the game.
Half Time
At the start of the second half Chorley made numerous changes with Ben Purdham replacing Macauley Scott in goal, Craig Richardson replacing Ben Mason in the centre of midfield and Lewis Todd coming on for the very impressive James “Paddy” Fordham in defence.
This seemed to unsettle Chorley as within a minute of the restart Kendal pulled a goal back with Itsham Jabber fumbling the ball into the back of his own net following confusion within the box. This gave Kendal some much needed confidence and they really put the pressure on the unsettled back line, this then brought the equaliser when George Mason neatly placed his shot into the bottom corner on 50 Minutes.
The second goal really did give the Chorley lads a bout of reality as from controlling the game they were now under constant pressure, the midfield were struggling to keep the ball as the frustration of losing a two goal lead started to show.
After a hectic 10-15 minutes spell Chorley once again started to control the game as the passes start to stick and composure set back in. Although the pressure was there goal scoring opportunities where kept low as the Chorley players started to attempt long range efforts from Dylan Abbott, Jake Wright, Lewis Kelsall and Callum Darcy all having a go as the second half wore on. Dylan Abbott coming closest when his drive struck the crossbar. As with the first half it appeared after some pressure that another Kendal player handled inside the box however both the referee and assistant did not agree.
With tiredness setting in Chorley utilised the roll on roll off substation ruling and made numerous substitutions which allowed them to keep the pressure on Kendal and with Callum Darcy being put through on goal the winner looked like it was going to Chorley only for the Kendal keeper to make a good save. Minutes later Chorley picked up a caution when Callum Darcy was penalised for deliberate handball in the Kendal box when it appeared he could do nothing to get out of the way.
Going into the final 5 minutes and it was Chorley who had the best opportunities with Callum Darcy once again shooting from distance but for the keeper to quite comfortably save.
Speaking to the Chorley management and coaching staff overall they were very pleased with the performance for our new team and the game was a fantastic starting block to build from for the next game away to Barrow.
Chorley Man of the Match: Christian Holt
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Paul Brennan » Tue Oct 07, 2014 4:25 pm

Great game it seems and well done to the lads and management -and to you James for a professional,entertaining report.

Can you please post a list of games, times etc and how much it costs to come down and watch -COYu18M! :)
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Tue Oct 07, 2014 5:35 pm

The next fixture is the 20th October away to Barrow FC 7:45pm kick off as soon as the the first home fixture date is confirmed all details will be posted. It will be great to get as many CFC supporters down to watch the young lads the future is bright the future is Black and White
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Igrapop » Tue Oct 07, 2014 5:39 pm

Paul Brennan wrote:Great game it seems and well done to the lads and management -and to you James for a professional,entertaining report.

Can you please post a list of games, times etc and how much it costs to come down and watch -COYu18M! :)


These are the fixtures, games have to be played in a 2 week window from the date shown but basically can be arrangerd to suit, I will update the fixture dates as they are confirmed. There is also the possibility of a cup competition being arranged & there will be several friendlies against Football League Club U18's.

There will be no charge as such for games at Victory Park but games will be "pay what you want" with all proceeds going to the U18 set up, would be great to see as many of you down as possible to support the lads.

Week Commencing 29th September
Kendal Town CDS F.C. v Chorley 6th October, 7.45 pm

Week Commencing 13th October
Barrow AFC v Chorley 20th October, 7:45 pm

Week Commencing 27th October
Chorley v Macclesfield Town FC TBC

Week Commencing 24th November
Padiham FC v Chorley TBC

Week Commencing 26th January
Chorley v AFC Darwen TBC

Week Commencing 23rd February
Chorley v Myerscough College F.C. (RED) TBC

Week Commencing 9th March
Chorley v Accrington & Rossendale College TBC

Week Commencing 23rd March
Myerscough College FC (GREEN) v Chorley TBC
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Ian Livesey » Tue Oct 07, 2014 5:54 pm

If wife's work shifts allow, I'll come to home games and give coverage on the Chorley FC Twitter for you
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:13 am

Tonight the Under 18's make the long trip to Barrow for there 2nd competitive game in the LFA Floodlight league.

Lets wish the lads well and hopefully they can build on the previous performance and bring back the 3 points
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Re: Chorley FC Under 18's

Postby Jamwil » Tue Oct 21, 2014 8:10 am

Chorley came away with a point last night as they drew with Barrow 1-1 full match report to follow
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