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Under 19s

Under 19s

 

NORTH MIDLANDS UNDER 19 FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Developing youth football, opportunity and sportsmanship throughout Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Sheffield Hallamshire

Calverton MW Under 19s Results 2009-10

Opponents

H/A

Date

Comp

Score

Scorers

West Bridgford Colts

A

9-9-09

NML

0-2

Arnold Town

H

17-9-09

NML

0-7

Harworth CI

A

14-9-09

NML

1-3

Teer

Staveley MW

A

28-9-09

LC

1-2

Todhunter

Harworth CI

H

8-10-09

NML

4-1

Teer, Vickers, Bramley, Bussey

Mickleover Sports

A

15-10-09

NML

1-9

Surgey

Long Eaton United

A

20-10-09

NML

2-6

Bennett 2

Southwell City

H

5-11-09

NML

2-2

Bussey 2

Rainworth MW

H

12-11-09

NML

3-3

Savage, Vickers 2

Southwell City

A

16-11-09

NML

0-0

Rainworth MW

A

9-12-09

NML

7.45 ko

Mickleover Sports

H

17-12-09

NML

7.45 ko

4 February 2009 - Calverton MW 0 v 1 Mickleover Sports
 
Another brilliant peformance from our new young look academy saw us sadly go down 1-0 to Unibond outfit Mickleover Sports. A number of changes. Mossy was playing for the 1st team. Jake Atkins and Alex Wilson were on the bench. Felix Hogg, Sam Bramley and Juan Vickers same into the starting line up.
 
Calverton played the much better football in the 1st half. One move in particular was absoultley stunning on a decent surface we show signs of an very organised outfit- not bad for a side who have only played 2 games together. We went in level at the break after the Mickleover keeper forced a great save from Greg Johnson from 25 yeards. We came out brigher in the second half. Our young keeper only really had one thing to do and that sadly was to pick the ball out the back of the net as Mickleover took the lead after an hour. We had 3 glorious oppertunties to level. Callum Kitching had a great effort well saved from 25 yards. We had a shot bloked by our own player from 10 yards! Then with 10 left we were awarded a penalty. Captain Kitch stepped up but the kick was well saved by the Mickleover keeper who had to be their best player. We created a number of other chances but were unable to get the goal we deserved.
 
What a performance by the boys and we must be disappointed with a defeat to the new league leaders. Myself and Dean were very proud of the performance. Our thanks go to Jo Swinscoe a really star who did the gate and even washed the kit. It is really appreciated by myself and Dean!

12 November 2009 - Calverton Miners Welfare 3 v 3 Rainworth Miners Welfare

Well were do a start- a game that really in my opinion should never off been played the pitch in parts was underwater. The ref made the desicion to play the game much to the suprise of myself and Darren. Our thanks really must go to our groundsman Bill Bennett for his effort in getting the game on.

We had a number of key players out- Joe Todhunter was working, Goalkeeper Ryan Grantham through injury and our skipper Calum Kitching was also out injured. We went into this game confident with Wilko back between the sticks. A back three of Atkins, Wilson and Bowman. Midfield five of Teesdale, Juan, Tank, Kurt and Josh. Dane and Deano started up top.

The boys started positive and we took a deserved lead through Kurt Savage before the break- scoring from a good header from Josh Handley's corner. Rainworth equallised before the break. Two goals from Juan put us 3-1 up. However we conceded two sloppy goals in the last 10 mins to allow Rainworth a point.

Sorry the match report is so brief but was more concerned about getting dry! Anyway another point which leaves myself and Darren undefeated at home- something we must now take into our important away game at Southwell City.

Danny Staley

5 November 2009 - Calverton Miners Welfare U19s 2 v 2 Southwell City U19s
 
Well were do I start it certainly was a game of missed chances, a game of which we should of scored more than we did but thats football!
 
Myself and Darren went to watch Southwell the other week and we looked mainly at the ways they defend and attack set pieces. We picked up on this quickly and told the lads how to deal with this. You can imagine how we felt when we found ourselfs 1-0 down from the 1st set piece of the game!! Saying this we responded well and Dean Bussey equallised almost instantly! We found ourselfs 2-1 down after around 35 mins yet again ANOTHER! set piece left the tall number 4 unmarked to score a simple header. We had plenty of chances to equallise before the break but were unable to do so.
 
A few quiet words at half time from Daz and Coxy at the break saw us come fired up for the 2nd half with almost instant results. We started to play a little football, supported each other and created gaps on the pitch and we had 2 or 3 great oppertunties to pull level. Dane Bennet had the best of the lot with 15 left a stunning effort from Kitch was saved by the visiting keeper and daneo missed a great chance from close range. It took untill injury time for us to get a more than deserved equalliser Dean Bussey netting from close range. FT 2-2
 
A few positives to take from the game but also abit to work on. The only way we will do this is by TRAINING. Training is at 6.45pm at the ground on Tuesday please make an effort to attend.
 
Danny

15 October 2009 - Mickleover Sports 9 (NINE) v 1 Calverton MW

Well well well. When I took over I said I would write a report for every game so I will keep my word!!


Ca
lverton went behind early doors and were 2-0 down after 20 mins. A Jake Surgey header made it 2-1 at the break. However Calverton had chances to force the equalliser Micklover scored one on the hour mark. Calvo kept it tight for the next 10 mins however 6 goals in the final 20 cost Calvo dearly- 9-1 really flattered the home team 4 would of been a fair reflection but thats football.

Thanks to Tony Prior for his help. Thanks to Giz, DIY and Jamie H for taking the warm up. Time to put this one behind us. Tuesday away at Long Eaton- meet at Top Club for 6.00pm in shirt and tie. Myself and Tony P are in charge for this one.

Danny Staley

Calverton Miners Welfare 4 – 1 Harworth Colliery

Well how do I start other than “Well Done Boys”, another hard working performance from the boys saw us pick up our first win of the season against a well organised, hardworking Harworth side. I must add that the game was played in an excellent spirit, 3 quality officials and great sportsmanship from both teams and management.

The night started well with all players turning up on time and in the correct clothing. A good warm up saw us prepare well (thanks to Tony Prior for taking this). The lads showed their intentions from the start of the game creating plenty of chances. We had netted through Sam Bramley but his goal was ruled out for offside. The same player did however give us the lead a fine cross from Juan Vickers was met at the back post with a great header. We didn’t however take our foot of the pedal as Tom Teer doubled our lead by this point we were cruising and hit the woodwork twice. We then had another goal disallowed for offside. We were 3-0 up before the break cant actually remember who got it! (sorry lads) I think it was Juan Vickers. Juan, Captain Kitch and young Kurt Savage were brilliant 1st half in the middle of midfield.

2nd Half the lads seemed to take their foot of the pedal abit and allowed Harworth to get back into the game. Some lapses of concentration allowed them to pull one back. However the game was put beyond doubt as Deano netted our more than deserved 4th.

Another good performances and one thing is for sure and that is the future of this football club looks good! We had a strong 19 man squad tonight and this was with 2 late withdrawals. We have set the standard and must now keep this up. The team spirit is one of the best I have ever worked with as is the work rate put in. Well done boys keep it up!

Our thanks go to Tony Prior for taking the warm up, Shaun Watt for doing the gate, Pete Edson for assisting with paperwork and hospitality, to Jo Swinscoe for her help and to the brave crowd who turned up in cold conditions- It really is appreciated by Darren and myself!

Next week Mickleover Sports away next Thursday 15th October. Meet at Club for 5.30pm or Micklover for 6.45pm.

Danny Staley

Monday 28 Sept - Staveley Miners Welfare 2 Calverton Miners Welfare 1

Calverton’s young academy side went down 2-1 at division 1 highflyers Staveley MW, losing the lead. Danny Staley and Darren Watt took charge of team affairs following the resignation of Mick Bradwell. The majority of the Calverton side were just 16 or 17 against a good, strong and organised Staveley side.

Calverton started the game with a good shape and organisation against a Staveley side who put 9 goals past last seasons academy. The midfield were putting in there all and the effort from the whole team was second to none. Both teams had chances in the 1st half however it remained goalless at half time.

Calverton came out fired up in the 2nd half and took a well earned lead after just 30 seconds a great ball in from out wide was met at the back post by Joe Todhunter. Calverton continued to work hard after taking the lead and refused to sit back however Staveley took control of the game and a nice through ball saw them equalise. Staveley were given a chance to take the lead through a controversial penalty keeper Ryan Grantham guessed the right way however was unable to save a well taken penalty.

Calverton gave their all to get back into the game however the lads ran out of steam and were unable to get the equaliser they deserved. The game was great for team spirit and bonding with lots of banter being dished out by players and management. The lads should be extremely proud of their performance they put there all in and could have forced extra time.

Myself and Darren were proud of the performance and look forward to the next game with Harworth.

Danny Staley

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