Sacre Coeur Former Pupils Football Club
Week 3 Report - 2 wins, 2 draws and a defeat
Week 3 Report - 2 wins, 2 draws and a defeat
Monday 23rd September 2013

After last week's false start both on and off the pitch, it was time for all five Coeur sides to take to the pitch.

Alan WilliamsThe first team were at Buckley Hill to face last years division 3 champions Old Cathinians. In an interesting twist, gaffer Phil Steele missed the match due to security concerns. No he wasnt on any hitlists, just his missus had gone out with his keys so he couldn't lock his home up. Old Cats came out of the blocks strong and found themselves 3-0 up after showing more desire than Coeur in the first half. An inspired substitution saw Alan Williams introduced and he scored almost instantly. Another penalty from the impressive Cahill saw Coeur draw within 1, but they couldn't find the elusive third to grab a draw.

Paul JacksonThe seconds were also at Buckley Hill as they hosted Kingsford. The first half was an even affair which saw both sides waste decent chances. Coeur took the lead when a mistake from the Kingsford keeper allowed Darren Woodcock to nod home from a yard out. The game was an end to end affair, but the introduction of Mick Taylor made a difference, as he hared onto and excellent through ball from Jack Kelly to slot home Coeur's second. A third followed minutes later as Hoose nodded the ball back across the box and Jacko volleyed home, much to his delight. The result sees Coeur leapfrog Kingsford to 4th in the table

Andy KinsellaThe thirds travelled to Allerton to face Business School at Heron Eccles. Chris's men played well throughout with Andy Kinsella scoring twice to take his tally to 5 goals in 3 games. Crierie and Mealey grabbed the other goals for Coeur. Business School scored 2 themselves but Coeur were the better side and secured another well deserved victory and move up to 4th in the table

Tony WilliamsThe Over 35s made up the trio of sides at Buckley as they faced Exedy in the league. Coeur had a slow start and found themselves 2-0 down. Last week it was Omar Williams who was the man with the goals, but this week it was namesake Tony Williams who grabbed a brace and earned Couer a point. John's side slip to 8th on the back of the 2-2 draw.

Colin RoachThe over 40's played at Sandy Lane in Lydiate where they faced De La Salle. Deano's men were buoyant after last week's victory ove Cafe D'Art and were looking for another victory. Goals from brothers Mike and Colin Roach were enough to see Coeur all square at 2-2 before Deano had a late goal ruled out. The over 40's move up to 6th in the table