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Chester & District Football Association

NEWS

COVID 19 (CORONAVIRUS) UPDATE

Due to the restrictions now in place because of the Coronavirus, The Chester & District FA, after consulting the eight clubs that remain involved, has agreed that the 2019/20 Challenge Cup and Sunday Cup competitions, will be declared Null and Void.

All the Teams that entered 2019/20 competitions will be entered into the 2020/21 competitions. No entrance fee will be charged.

All CDFA Clubs will contacted as soon as more information is made available by The FA and or Cheshire County FA with the way forward.


CUP WINNERS

Blacon

Blacon Youth beat Malpas in the final of the C&C catering Equipment Senior Cup 1-0


Blacon

Upton JFC beat Duddon Utd in the final of the C&C catering Equipment Challenge Cup 4-0


Blacon

Spital Vaults beat St Theresa’s in the final of the Unite the Union Sunday Cup 3-2



THE VICTORIOUS CHESTER FA YOUTH TEAM END 27 YEAR WAIT

CHESTER FA YOUTH TEAM

JAMES MARTIN, RORY HARPER, JAKE TONG, CALYN BARLOW, MATTY PARKINSON
CONNOR DAVIES, KIERAN BALL, BROOK GOODWIN, JAKE DEAN, EDWARD JONES
HARLEY BENNION, PHIL HOPKINS, BRENDAN READE, CHARLIE COTTIS & MARCEL NOAH

Chester & District FA Youth Team ended a 27 year wait to win the Cheshire FA District Youth Cup on Saturday 15 July 2017 beating Crewe & District FA 4-2. The Cheshire FA District Youth Cup is open to the nine District FA's in Cheshire. It started in 1949 and Chester & District FA have previously won it in 1957 and 1990, but, missed out twice recent years in the final.

Crewe FA started the game the better of the two teams gaining an early goal after 7 minutes and Chester FA were unlucky to concede another goal on 23 minutes via a deflection off a Chester player. The 2-0 advantage to Crewe FA did not last long after the half-time break with Harley Bennion scoring after 55 minutes and adding another within 2 minutes to equal the scores. With Chester FA playing the better football and creating more chances an important third goal was scored by Edward Jones on 63 minutes before Harley completed his hat-trick on 74 minutes. The final whistle earned Chester FA a hard fought victory over a very competitive and skilful Crewe team whom were the previous holders, that the Chester side coached by Martin Dean were more than a match for.

This competition has resulted in a number of the Chester FA players being invited to the Cheshire FA County Youth Team trials.

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