|Manager: Barry Bardsley
Contact Number: Phone Number 01457 766431
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Manager Billy Catchpole
League Table Form Guide
Hollingworth 2 - 6 Boundary Park
Callum Rawlings 2
Man of the Match Tom Weston
Hollingworth 2 - 4 Denton
Geoge Roberts 1 Callum Rawlings 1
Man of the Match Callum Gaskin
Hollingworth 9 - 3 Rose Hill Rovers
Ethan Evans 3 George Roberts 2 Callum Gaskin 1 Tom Weston 1 Callum Rawlings 1
Kieran Burlinson 1
Man of The Match Ethan Evans
Hollingworth 5 - 6 Chaddy End 'challenge cup'
Geeorge Roberts 2 Ethan Evans 2 Callum Reade 1
Man of The Match Ben Bruce
Two teams who had not been beaten, went head to head and a single goal separated the teams.
Chadderton winning on the day 6 – 5.
A great team effort and with key players returning next week
The team will be back to full strength.
Hollingworth H - W Audenshaw
Audenshaw never turned up for the game - Home Win for Hollingworth
Hollingworth 12 - 3 Heyside
Callum Reade 3 Callum Rawlings 3 Ethan Evans 2 George Roberts 2 Alec Wright 1
Tom Weston 1
Man of The Match Alec Wright
Hollingworth made it four on the bounce, with some great goals and passing through the game.
The home team was far too strong for the Heyside team, but in spells they gave us a challenge.
A Special mention to our Hattrick goal scoreres Callum Reade and Callum Rawlings. Also with the
Goals George Roberts 2 Ethan Evans 2 and two good strikes from Tom Weston and Alec Wright.
The goalkeeper & back four was outstanding and another hard shift from Andy & Reade in the middle.
A pat on the back for Heyside as they have just moved from 9 aside
To 11 aside and found it difficult at times, as the season goes on they will find their feet.
Denton Youth Blues 3 - 4 Hollingworth
George Roberts 1 Callum Rawlings 1 Alec Wright 1 Ben Bruce 1
Man of the Match Callum Rawlings
Late Night Winner at Martin Fields
You can have your sky sports Monday night football, we had a cracker tonight.
From playing on the biggest pitch in the league to the smallest in two days.
Denton took advantage of the home surroundings and settled quicker than
Hollingworth. With the home team pushing up, there was no room to play and
Frustrated us for some time. Denton made the break through with a well took
Header and for a while they were on top. We had to do something and played a high line.
George Roberts managed to get down the left wing whipped the ball in for Callum
Rawlings to head the ball home. The weather changed and fine rain made it difficult
For both teams. With the high line the ball slipt of the defender and Denton made it
2 – 1. The biggest roar of the night was when the ball landed at the bottom of Alec Wrights feet
Who smashed the ball home to make it 2 – 2 at half time. We had a good half time team talk
And got at Denton for ten minutes. Then from a corner the Denton scored another header.
A few changes in personal gave us a bit more grit and a hard low strike from our trusted left back
Ben Bruce went through a bunch of players and landed in the bottom corner.
To be honest i would of took the draw at this time. It’s getting darker and wetter and
When you need your captain the most George Roberts cuts in from the left and sends his
Team and the away fans home with the victory. Dentons Manager said i’m not bothered about
Getting beat what a game of football. Well done to all the players, it’s not over till the final whistle.
Audenshaw 1 - 8 Hollingworth
George Roberts 3 Ethan Evans 3 Kieran Burlinson 1 Keither Oliver 1
Man of the match Callum Reade
Two Hatricks for Hollingworth
Hollingworth 6 - 5 moston Blues
George Roberts 2 Callum Rawlings 2 Ethan Evans 1 Callum Reade 1
Man of the match G.Roberts
Hollingworth’s 10 Minutes of Glory
Hollingworth Juniors under 13’s entertained Moston Blues in their first league match of the season.
Both teams set of at a good pace with chances of plenty for both teams. It was Moston who broke the dead lock
and took an early lead. A Callum Rawlings long range free kick made it level, but Moston gained the the lead shortly
afterwords. Just before half time George Roberts lets fly with a great strike to make it 2 – 2 at Half time.
The spirits was high in the camp at half time, but changed in the next 20 minutes as Hollingworth went down 5 – 2
With only 10 minutes left. Hollingworth rose to the challenge and got their passing game on track. They split the Moston defence apart with one touch football and at last the new players gelled and new signing from Stalybridge at 1.2 Million Ethan Evans fires hard and low, to give the team a fighting chance. Captain George Roberts makes it 5 – 4 with a strike right down the centre of the net.
George nut megs the right back twice, crosses to Callum Rawlings who volleys home to make it 5 - 5
With 1 minute left Ethan Evans holds the ball up, feeds it to Rawlings who passes to Roberts down the wing, George pulls it back to Callum Reade who fakes the cross and drills it hard and low in the bottom corner and seals the victory for Hollingworth. One word Amazing.