Much needed point for Westella!

Westella & Willerby AFC made the long journey to Bradford taking on NCEL new boys Campion FC and returned home with a much needed point in a 1-1 draw. Westella started the brightest of the two sides on a very heavy pitch in windy conditions. Danny Walker, Alex Wood and Mike Pecora causing the home defence problems from the off showed the intent that Westella weren’t going to let the home side have an easy afternoon. Harry Earl and Chris Short returned to the side and both caused problems playing some neat through balls for Walker and Wood to register early chances on goal. Campion grew in to the first half with some neat play that saw some resolute defending from the Westella back four, the hosts only real danger was long distance efforts that flew high and wide of the Westella goal. As the wind picked up and the…
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Much needed point for Westella & Willerby AFC

Westella & Willerby AFC made the long journey to Bradford taking on NCEL new boys Campion FC and returned home with a much needed point in a 1-1 draw. Westella started the brightest of the two sides on a very heavy pitch in windy conditions. Danny Walker, Alex Wood and Mike Pecora causing the home defence problems from the off showed the intent that Westella weren’t going to let the home side have an easy afternoon. Harry Earl and Chris Short returned to the side and both caused problems playing some neat through balls for Walker and Wood to register early chances on goal. Campion grew in to the first half with some neat play that saw some resolute defending from the Westella back four, the hosts only real danger was long distance efforts that flew high and wide of the Westella goal. As the wind picked up and the…
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Curtis visits Soccer School

Hull City Centre back Curtis Davies came to see how the Rob Brown Soccer school was getting on this weekend. A fantastic occasion for all involved, with the kids getting to have their pictures taken with a tigers legend and Curtis and the parents getting to see the smiles on all of their faces! A month in to 2017 and the Soccer School is doing fantastically, with the children learning new skills and improving every week! Well done to the all of the Soccer school team!

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Big game for the first team

Westella & Willerby AFC welcome local NCEL division one rivals Rossington Main this Saturday to The Easy Buy stadium, Barton. Another challenge in front of Westella manager Leon Sewell and his players, “this Saturday is important for me and the players as we look for a much needed positive result” “The remainder of Saturday’s between now and end of April are all going to be a challenge but it’s one we are all willing to pull together with” “For 45 minutes last week we where worthy of the entrance fee, for the second 45 minutes we where atrocious in a simply not good enough performance that’s not acceptable”. “Every game from now on is a cup final as we push to move out of the bottom two. We’ve got some good players in our side and this Saturday is a great opportunity for the players to show their quality and…
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Another fantastic morning at the soccer school! The Soccer School has started 2017 with a bang and is going from strength to strength with lots of children coming each week and the academy is now starting to put together their new U7 teams that will start in February! Lots of new children in the younger group too which is brilliant to see. A big thank you to the coaches today for putting on great sessions. The soccer school takes place every Saturday at 9am at the new Wolfreton School sports centre. For more information call Gareth Millet on 07712266962

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Disappointment for Westella

Westella & Willerby made the short trip over to Brigg Town on Saturday for the local derby fixture and came away not only feeling sorry for themselves but also on the back of a 2-0 defeat. A bright opening period for Westella saw them crest some early opportunities, most notable coming from Chris Short down the right hand side driving inwards putting Alex Wood through on goal drawing a comfortable save from Dan Waring in the Brigg goal. Both sides at times where wide open and it soon became a game of you attack, we attack with little ball retention from either side. Brigg however did break the determined Westella defence on the half hour mark when midfielder Smith cut inside and fired a curling left foot effort in to the far side of the goal for 1-0. Neither side settled down as the game went on and from a…
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