Delph Athletic 1 – Christ Church Coseley 5

Delph Athletic 1 v 5 Christ Church Coseley

So finally, after months of hard work, Christ Church Coseley kicked life off in the WMCFL with a win away to fellow new side Delph Athletic. The game started with Delph on the front foot and Christ Church seemingly off the pace. We then settled and were forced into an early change as Bob went off injured making way for Jordy.
We finally settled down and it wasn’t long before a ball found Chambers on the right, he squared it to Nath who then found Lewis at the back who smashed the ball into the net, (think someone had missed scoring the last few weeks).
It wasn’t long before Christ Church grabbed a 2nd through another strong run from Chambers, beating 2 men and firing it across the box for Lewis to get his 2nd. (Some debate on who touched it but as any good forward does, Lewis claimed it and I won’t argue with that)
Delph did get a goal back from the penalty spot after a tangle of legs. As the half drew to a close both teams had chances, the best one falling to Nath who beat the offside, rounded the keeper but couldn’t find the net.
HT 2-1

2nd half Christ Church made a change with Screeny, (who had run 90 mins in the 45), coming off and Scott going into midfield.
Both teams had chances and Lewis Riley saved a few low to his right before Christ Church broke in the middle with Scott getting past a couple of players in midfield, he slipped Nath in who 1 on 1 wasn’t missing this chance, 3-1.
It wasn’t long after Christchurch were awarded a penalty when Nath was brought down. He stepped up and put the ball high to the keepers left. 4-1.
Delph didn’t give up and came searching for a reply only for Bryan Scott and Mubin chasing everything which paid off when Bryan came out on top of a battle with the cm and released Nath to complete his hat-trick and get Christchurch their 5th goal.

F.t 5-1

We wish delph all the best for the season. Great bunch of lads.
A few words for the referee today, who was fantastic, not easy being in the middle alone but he was a credit to the league.

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