What a day for a game of football!😍 the lads take on high flying Silsden fc! With us being the only undefeated team in the league and Silsden only losing one, it’s set to be a cracker💥your support is welcomed
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The Chatburners take all 3 points!! Dominant performance from the lads yesterday, head over to Facebook for a full match report! The undefeated league run continues!
Chatburn football club went into the weekend knowing that only a win would do.
The last couple of games had seen Chatburn drop points due to the lack of killer instinct in front of goal, Still unbeaten in the league but on a run of draws a big win was required.
Manager Evans, back from a recent scouting trip to Tenerife stressed the importance of the win and earning the right to play football. fired up the Chatburn players responded.
From the first kick of the game Chatburn were on the front foot, Iplay not getting a second on the ball and struggling to get near the Chatburn players when out of possession.
With Ruben, Owen and Stirzy dominating the middle of the park and the inverted fullbacks giving space to the overlapping CB Blezard Iplay just couldn't put pressure on the ball.
The passing play with players finding space was a joy to behold on an otherwise miserable day.
It was no suprise with the dominance being shown that chances were quick to start arriving, great work from Sam Richardson putting pressure on defenders and making runs in behind led to panic across the back line and with corners and crosses flying in the goals started arriving.
Two towering headers from Ollie strizy, after great deliveries from Thierry Tandy and Danny Traynor and a cultured finish from Richardson that his hard work had earned made it 3-0 with plenty of time to go in the half.
Several chances came and went for chatburn the pick of the bunch being Traynor missing a header from 2yrds out on with an open net.
Then Iplays only chance of the half arrived, Sam Waddington playing as a lone CB lobbed the ball over the onrushing striker.
The striker clearly handballed the ball and broke through towards the keeper, bearing down on goal with only the keeper to beat the last thing he expected was a world class recovery tackle from midfielder Ruben taking the ball and the the man to leave flat on his back with no idea how he ended up there.
To add insult to injury Chatburn then went down to the other end of the pitch and scored. Right on the stroke of half time Blezard stood in front of a free kick and Iplay didn't organise a wall instead concentrating on marking the players who had been so dangerous in the box, confused but not one to miss an opportunity Blezard promptly stuck the ball in the back of the net and the ref blew for half time with Chatburn 4-0 up.
The message at half-time was to keep up the pressure and not to let the standards drop. The players were also told to keep there heads with an increasing number of bad challenges coming in. The final demand at the half from the manger was for 10 goals to keep the players focused.
The second half started with Chatburn even more dominant Iplay unable to get out of there own box and within a few minutes Chatburn had extended there lead another great finish from Richardson giving the keeper no chance.
The dominance in midfield was shown for the next goal with Owen and Ruben playing the ball around the pitch and recycling it through a ball playing back line, working there way up the pitch and leaving several Iplay players confused as to how they were getting so much space Owne played a through ball for the overlapping Traynor to smash the ball past a stranded keeper, ending a passing move where every player touched the ball without Iplay getting near it.
All 3 subs from Chatburn came on the pitch with players getting Vital minutes.
A mazy run from CB Sam Wad that saw him take on and beat several players led to a free kick 30yrds out, with the manger and the sidelines screaming for the White Hesky to hit it Sam calmly stepped up and rattled it in off the bar. The sidelines erupted as Sam slid on his knees into the jubilant fans.
The downside to the celebration's was the lack of concentration that followed for the next few minutes Chatburn switched off and Iplay finally found themselves in chatburns half and a brief lack of communication allowed and easy tap in for a consultation goal for Iplay.
The manger and players rightly furious responded by pinning Iplay back into their box and creating a host of chances Aden Parker scoring a curled finish from the edge of the area and CP7 finishing a fine move with a header made it 9-1 as the final whistle went.
A great team performance with every player dominating there personal battles and playing a style of football seldom seen at this level leaving the manger happy even if they did fall short of the 10 goal target.
The second game at Home for chatburn and 17 goals scored across the 2 games making them a joy to watch, a big thank you from the club to the groundsman who despite the bad weather recently got the game on.
Pitch inspection done ✅
GAME ON!! ✅ the Chatburners take on Iplay again after beating them in the league cup a few weeks ago! Can they keep the undefeated run up?!
GAMEDAY!! Todays game is confirmed on!! Away to Salts FC! We got a great result at home against these so we will be looking to add to that and continue our unbeaten run!
Final result 2-2!! Hard fought battle in the end, could have been 7-2 if we finished our chances but on we March. Bullet header from and a tidy outside of the boot finish from
GAMEDAY!!! The lads travel up to Grassington today looking to continue our good form and get another win. Great day for a game of football⚽️
Today game with Silsden Whitestar at home is OFF! Due to an unfit pitch. We are back in action next Saturday
Chatburn VS Salts
Huge game as chatburn get back involved in the league after a run of cup games.
Chatburn started brightly playing better football and opening up the salts defence time and time again.
Chatburn quickly started putting goals with on the board with Sam,Stirzy and Tandy getting goals in quick sucession.
Right on the stroke of half time Chatburn had a man sent off for a great save from the CB Blezard who bravely dived to his left to stop a counter attack, handball was given an as the last man he had to go. Salts scoring from the reasulting Free kick making it 3-1 at half time.
Chatburn refused to go defensive despite going a man down, and takinging control of the game again they added 2 more goals through RB Traynor and Stirzy with his second of the day.
A dubious pen decision gave Salts slight hope, only for Chatburn to go up the other end and score twice through CP7.
A late great overhead kick for Salts was a highlight for them as the clocked ticked down to an 8-3 win for Chatburn
Back to league action for the after last weeks league cup win. We host saltaire fc at chatburn playing field. 2pm kick off, see you there⚽️⚽️
After H Holgate opened the scoring with a right foot volley to the bottom corner with a new pioneering position of RB, the game unfolded as a goal fest. Iplay FC challenged well getting themselves back in the game time and time again, only for Chatburn to break there hearts every time they made some headway. Thanks for the travelling fans. ⚽️❤️
The the take on Iplay fc in the league cup away,we’ve a strong team out so looking to get back to winning ways after last weeks cup defeat to bingley town
Here’s how we lined up on Saturday against trawden 1st in the Lancashire Cup. Great team performance and unlucky to get the result we wanted but we go again ⚽️
So unlucky in the Lancashire cup on Saturday after going 1 nil up thanks to a penalty in the first half. Trawden took the win after 2 second half goals but a performance to be proud of from the chatburn lads
Happy birthday to striker , enjoy your day ⚽️👊🏻
Another day another birthday! Happy birthday to our central midfielder ⚽️ have a good one⚽️👊🏻
Happy birthday have a great day ⚽️👊🏻
Our new kit for the 22/23 season! A huge thanks to Seal Metal Recycling for the sponsor!
Here’s how we lined up today against barnoldswick barons
Not the result we wanted but a hard fought point from the lads. After a slow first half we picked up the tempo in the second and could have won it! We go again next week👊🏻
ITS GAMEDAY!! A short trip up the A59 to take on barnoldswick barons open age today! Let’s get back to winning ways
After a break Saturday, the lads travel up to settle this evening for their second game of the season. It’s always a great game against settle and the lads will be looking to make it 2 wins out of 2. Your support is welcomed!⚽️
The lads start their new season with a dominating display over Grindleton FC. Goals from and . Speedy recovery to Martin Kemp .
Game day!!! And it’s a scorcher😎😎
Football is back!!😍 our 22/23 campaign starts this coming Saturday away to newly promoted local rivals, Grindleton FC.
Huge thank you to every one involved in the game yesterday.
From the village allowing us to use the pitch, all the comittee that helped get it organised, the players involved on both sides and every one that came and supported and donated to the club, and Paul at the Black Bull for hosting the vets before and after the game.
A huge thank you has to go to Mully for all his work with the pitch and the nets it really is appriciated.
It was really amazing to see so many people there supporting the football club.
Would also like to say thank you to Danny Smith for stepping in and doing a job as the Ref. He kept the first team in the game as long as he could but even he ran out of reasons to keep taking goals off the vets.
See you all next year
GAME DAY!!! After the rain this morning we have checked the pitch and made the decision that’s the game is… ON!! Staying fine for the rest of the day too! See you all there!
Our first fundraiser of the year, Chatburn Veterans FC vs Chatburn FC current team. Set to be a great day up on Chatburn playing fields then in to the black bull afterwards. See you there 🍻⚽️
Final result 3-2!!! Another solid performance against a decent settle side. Guaranteed safety!! Get in!!
The return of midweek football for the chatburn lads as they host Settle FC at Roefield. Can they make it 3 wins on the bounce?
Another class performance for the boys! 4-0 win against a high flying Baildon FC. MOM Theirry Tandy. Last game of the season at Roefield on Wednesday. See you all there. ⚽️
Another away fixture for the lads today. Looking to build on last weeks well deserved win!
Final result 1-4! Fantastic performance from the lads and another 3 points in the bag⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️
The lads are away to bottom of the table Addingham FC today, the home fixture was a great game and this promises to be a cracker 💥.couldn’t ask for better weather for a game of football😎☀️⚽️
The lads travel up to Saltaire Fc today looking to carry on with last weeks momentum and getting another 3 points. What a day for a game of football ☀️☀️☀️
Dominant performance from the chatburn lads today getting a win they have deserved for weeks. 5-1 final result. Time for some well deserved beers in the sun☀️⚽️
Our last home game of the season and the sun has even come out for it!! Get yourselves down and support the lads and get a free sun tan😎
Settle United Reserves in the league Cup today for the Chatburn lads. Perfect day for a game of football☀️☀️ your support is welcomed👊🏻⚽️
Todays game away to Saltaire FC has been called off due to bad weather! Roll on next week👊🏻⚽️
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