Match Preview: County Youth U16 Sunday Cup
County Youth U16 Sunday Cup
- Madeley White Star vs Leek C.S.O.B
- Tuesday 28th March – 7:00pm
- Newcastle Town, Buckmaster Ave, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 3BX
- Adults £4.00 / Concession £2.00 / U16s Free
Madeley White Star
The club as a whole was founded in 1906 and Madeley White Star’s U16s play in the North Staff Youth League U16s Premier Division where they find themselves in 3rd after 8 games played with 22 points. This puts them in a very good position for a title challenge. Now they’ve made it to the Staffordshire Cup final, there’s a good chance for Madeley White Star to complete a league and cup double for the team in yellow and blue. Madeley White Star have teams from U7s to Open Age, featuring in a range of leagues. The club boasts a range of honours, winning the Crewe & District FA League Cup in 2018/19, 4 times winners of the Staffs Alliance League Cup and Staffordshire FA Cup winner in 2016/17.
Madeley White Star’s Route To The Final
1st Round: Madeley White Star 6 – 2 Newcastle Town
2nd Round: Milton United Juniors 2 – 3 Madeley White Star
3rd Round: Madeley White Star 7 – 1 Lichfield City
Quarter-Final: Lane Head U16 0 – 1 Madeley White Star
Semi-Final: AFC Willenhall 3 – 5 Madeley White Star
Founded in 1945 playing in red & white, with their home games at Pointon Park. Leek are currently playing their football in the North Staffs Youth League U16s Division and find themselves in 5th with 15 points after 7 games played. During this time, they hold the best defensive record in the league with only 7 conceded. Leek have been impressive recently as they are currently on a 4-match winning streak going into the County Youth U16s Sunday Cup. On the other hand, Leek’s first team play in the Staffordshire County Senior League in the SCSL Premier Division also being in 5th. It looks to be an impressive season for Leek’s U16s as they have a very real chance at a league and cup double this season.
Leek C.S.O.B’s Route To The Final
1st Round: Leek C.S.O.B 7 – 1 Milton J.F.C
2nd Round: Newcastle Town 1 – 4 Leek C.S.O.B
3rd Round: Leek C.S.O.B 3 – 1 Npv Football Academy
Quarter-Final: Eccleshall Eagles 0 – 4 Leek C.S.O.B
Semi-Final: Blurton FC 1 – 3 Leek C.S.O.B
Referee: Owen Danylyk
Assistant 1: Archie Tomlinson
Assistant 2 Tom Lockley
4th Official: Melvin Durber
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