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11th August Billinge Res v Styal Res
Aug 12, 2011, 12:11 pm

TEAM: Ozzy, Newman, Cooper Dunfield, Crowther, Malone, Danny, Asa, Knighty, Sefu, Ant. SUS: West (45) Wilding (70) Take a bow Ozzy 1st Game of the season, Billinge away. Carpet of a pitch. Styal boys started up for it, and before too long Asa strook the cross bar with a world beater of a freekick. Football was being played and the tempo was good, but against the run of play Styal found themselves 1 down after a switch off at the back. However, this did not stop them as Styal began to pressure again, with spells of good passing in the middle of the park and along the back four. Then, for a second time, another goal was leaked as a cross found the unmarked head of Billinge centre Forward, who placed it beautifully in the bottom corner. Half Time 2 -0 The second half saw West come on for Ant, with the idea of getting the ball to stick up top more. Again, Styal starting the half well, but Billinge broke and after some unlucky rebounds, and no decisive clearance, Billinge found themselves through on goal to bury a 3rd. Heads then dropped, expectedly, and although Styal kept a lot of the ball, things just weren’t clicking. A flourish of attacks from Billinge then followed as they tried to take advantage of the dishearten Styal. Step Up Ozzy, a series of great reaction saves, 1 on 1 saves, and general outstanding goalkeeping meant the score line was kept to only 6. Great display by the Styal number 1. The remainder of the game saw Styal keep the ball well again, but just couldn’t get it to stick up top, and struggled to make any clear cut chances. Asa stepped up to a 30yarder with 10mins to go, and buried it superbly to add a little consolation to the disheartened Styal display. Full Time 6-1 Managers Verdict Good spells of football within the back four and midfield. Work to do getting the ball to stick up top and create clearer chances and to install confidence in the team when they fall behind. Back four need to remained organised and switched on, sometimes need to get suck in harder. Lads know how this hurts, we wont see a score line like this again this season.

Jun 29, 2011, 8:33 am

Starts Saturday 2nd July, then ongoing

Saturday's meet 11am at Wilmslow High

Tuesday's meet at Styal, main ground 7.30pm

New faces welcome

Jun 4, 2011, 9:43 pm

Dont be deceived by the name, this is not just a beer festival. It's a music festival courtesy of Asa Caton's selection of bands for 2011, a sporting festival, (Wilmslow v Handforth pubs in the charity tug of war) and football and cricket tournaments, a local community event, a place for kids to come on saturday and enjoy the entertainments so family appeal and if all this is not enough you have Styal Mill; the jewel in the National Trust crown a short walk away. Having said that; having 50 Cheshire Brewed beers in one place is an undisputable world record and sure to bring the real ale enthusiasts down. Derbyshire brewed lager, a wide cider and perry selection, another legendary wine selection by Jo and Alan Haslam and a wide ranging food menu make this an event not to miss. Check us out at www.styalbeerfestival.co.uk and buy tickets early June via paypal at discounted price.

Styal FC,the pride of Cheshire looks forward to seeing last years crowd plus all the new converts. Buy tickets online or through ticket outlets to guarantee entry as we were forced to turn people away last year due to the numbers.


Saturday 14 May Styal Res 4 Billinge Res 3
May 13, 2011, 3:41 pm

Poch's men finish off their season with 3 points against Billinge

Sat 7th May, Styal 1 Greehhalls 1; Styal 'A' 0 Baroni 2
May 8, 2011, 9:58 am

Sat 30th April Styal 1 Tarporley 1
May 1, 2011, 1:48 pm

Matt Toole opened the scoring midway through the first half only for Tarporley to square things before half time.

Next week sees the first 11's final home game of the season with a 3pm kick off. the 'A' team will also play their final game on the home ground kicking off early at 12.15am. Come down for a feast of football.

Sat 23rd April Garswood 1 Styal 1; Styal Res 3 Eagle Res 4; Baroni 1 Styal 'A' 2
Apr 24, 2011, 8:50 pm

Baroni 1 Styal 'A' 2

With the bare 11 players and Lee Taylor vacating his usual centre half berth to keep goal it was important Styal got off to a good start. Unfortunately they didnt. The first 10 minutes saw them looking lethargic all over the pitch and when a Baroni shot slipped through Taylor's fingers to give Baroni a lead things didnt look hopeful. However Styal's 11 all fought hard to get their individual games up to scratch and as the half went on the limited Baroni's forays forward and started to create good chances themselves, Fluery and Cummings in particular. However it was Zain Abassi making his first start who reacted more quickly than anyone in the Baroni penalty box to fire home a volley past the Baroni keeper on the half hour.

The second half saw Styal start better and they created some good chances which should have been finished. The winner came midway through the half when Abassi bent a tempting cross in from the left wing which beat everyone, flying straight into the top corner of the net. With Tom Allen and Stu Davies suffering knocks and without any subs to call on the last 20 minutes saw increasing pressure from Baroni. Styal's back 4 stood firm and Lee Taylor pulled off a number of good saves and dealt with all the crosses baroni threw in to make sure the points were in the bag for Styal. 


Sat 16th April Styal Res 1 Gamesly Res 3; Broadheath C 2 Styal 'A' 1
Apr 17, 2011, 11:43 am

Broadheath C 2 Styal 'A' 1

Styal took a lead midway through the first half when Tom Allen bundled the ball across the line after a cross from Si Ghassemi. Styal played well at the start of the second half but the general fitness levels and a tendency to give the ball away saw Broadheaths midfield coming more and more into the game and constant pressure on Styal's resilient back 4. The game turned midway through the 2nd half when darren Fluery cut in from the right and set up Stu Davise whose shot hit the bar. The second goal would have killed Broadheath off.

With about 20 minutes left Broadheath scored with a run through Styal's midfield and a shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the box. With 10 minutes to go Broadheath scored again as Styal's defence became deeper and deeper their centre forward got in behind to score past Osborne in Styal's goals. Jones, Fluery and Littler has solid games in the defence.

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