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Audlem Hammers, previously known as Audlem Saints, played their first League game against Cheshire Blades Eagle Pride on Sunday and what a fantastic game it was to watch, with great football played by both sides.

The under 11's team players are:
Ewan Farnell-Buckle (GK)
Harry Smith
Ben Williams
Archie Chapman
Shea Bebbington
Connor Murphy
Ben Cope
Will Seville
Jo Davies
Robin Bloomer

After a lively first half we were 1-0 down to a lucky shot. In the second half our constant pressure paid off! We scored a goal after 10 minutes and then with 5 minutes left we scored the winner giving us a well deserved 2 -1 win.

"Coaching isn't a great mystery, it's just hard work, determination and inspiration at the right moment" says Dave Bebbington, the coach.

 

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