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Disappointment for Wythenshawe clubs


Stone OA 2 – 1 Wythenshawe Amateurs

Vauxhall Motors 1 – 1 Wythenshawe Town

It was honours even for Wythenshawe Town today when they visited Vauxhall Motors and Amateurs suffered an away defeat to Stone Old Alleynians.

Six minutes of injury time was Town’s undoing as they led 1-0 until an unfortunate own goal in the dying minutes of the game.

Stone led from a penalty in the first before extending their lead and Amateurs snatched one back. Despite some valiant efforts including an attempt which struck the woodwork, Stone managed to hold on to their lead to take the points.

FOOTBALL: Impressive wins for both Wythenshawe clubs

untitledWythenshawe Town 3 – 1 Stone Dominoes FC

St Martins FC 0 – 4 Wythenshawe Amateurs

There were goals galore this weekend as both Wythenshawe clubs clocked up impressive wins.

Town entertained Stone Dominoes and took an early lead with Sam Heathcote scoring in the fifth minute.

Brad Byrne doubled Town’s lead after a defensive mix-up in the 27th minute and he added  a third just before half-time.

Ammies  were away to St Martins and bagged their first goal after 14 minutes. They were gifted a second after half time from a back pass.

The best opportunity for the hosts came  as the ball bounced around the box and a shot taken a few yards out but there’s was  not enough power to beat the Wythenshawe keeper who dealt with it comfortably.

And the visitors added another two to their tally to round off a perfect afternoon for the club.


FOOTBALL: Impressive victory on the road makes it three straight wins for Town


Alsager Town 1 – 4 Wythenshawe Town

Wythenshawe Town notched up another impressive victory on the road as they put four past Alsager Town.

And it was a last minute consolation from the home side that denied Town a clean sheet

That makes it three straight wins for the Wythenshawe Town. Here is how the game unfolded:










FOOTBALL: Ammies win again

ammiesIt was a good day for Wythenshawe football today as Amateurs secured a 3-1 victory away to Eccleshall.

Goal action came in the second half with a brace from James and Bradley Carr pulled one back for the home side before Kieron Malloy added a third for the visitors five minutes before the whistle.

Ammies are now second in the league, a point behind leaders Abbey Hulton. They will next face Stone Old Alleynians in a fortnight at Hollyhedge Park

FOOTBALL: Wythenshawe Town celebrate #NonLeagueDay with five goal victory

untitledIt was another impressive performance for Wythenshawe Town this weekend as they put five goals past Ellesmere Rangers to mark #NonLeagueDay in style.

Here is how the game unfolded