AFC Tickton Sharks drew and lost at Longcroft School as they hosted Hessle Sporting Boxfish in the Hull Boys Sunday League.
Using an attacking formation in the first match, AFC Tickton managed to use all of the pitch. With a fine cross from Jack Thompson on the right wing, Robbie Wainright tipped one in passed the courageous goalie.
AFC Tickton claimed two impressive wins at home to Longhill- not that they had it all their own way, having to work hard in the first game, scoring a goal in each half to register their first win.
Both teams played some entertaining football, but there was nothing to separate them in the first match as both teams conceded own goals leaving it all even going into the second match.
Both teams severed up some entertaining football, this was AFC Tickton’s first home game of the season and it did not disappoint. AFC Tickton came back from an early goal to win the first match 2-1, to the delight of the coach.
The first results of the season came as a surprise to AFC Tickton Terriers, with a goalless draw in their first game and losing to Elloughton Blackburn Falcons by one goal to nil in their second match.
The new season has not started well for AFC Tickton Chieftans, losing both their matches on Sunday 16th September. Despite the final score AFC Tickton played good football, which hopefully will
AFC Tickton played Hedon Rangers in their final game of the season, in a tight first half it was Hedon who scored first after the referee spotted hand ball inside the penalty area.
Lee and his family moved to Tickton in November 2003. His youngest son Connel, started playing for AFC Tickton’s under 9’s who were being managed at the time by Phil Bailey.
AFC Tickton final game of the season ended in style, with a nail biting 5 – 4 victory over Bridlington Tigers. This was AFC Tickton’s manager last game after 8 years of managing the team.
AFC Tickton under 16 girls last game of their East Riding Girls Football League season took place at a windy Longcroft pitch and the blustery conditions seemed to hamper both teams initially.
AFC Tickton gained their first point of a tough season with a scoreless draw against Pelican to the delight of the players and coaching staff.In the second match things didn’t go quite so well with AFC Tickton going down three goals to nil.
East Hull Saints took control of the first game, gaining a comfortable 3-1 win. Things looked like they were heading the same way as East Hull once again managed to score another 3 goals and looked in no danger.
Tickton Tigers gave 100% against a well organised Cottingham Rangers; though the weather condition was poor both teams played some good football to the delight of both sets of parents.
AFC Tickton after three games unbeaten, were at home to league leaders, Courts. Courts took control early on and put pressure on the stand-in goal keeper Michael Ringrose who managed to pull off some fine saves
An emphatic 6-1 win saw AFC Tickton Cougars take the Drypool under 11 league title. A Callum Wilkinson hat-trick and goals from Harry Bolt, Dan Taylor and Jamie Mist ensured.
In a thrilling game AFC Tickton lost by two goals to nil at Longcroft School, both teams played some good passing football, but a superbly taken goal gave Shiptonthorpe a half time lead.
AFC Tickton ended a three match losing streak with a fine 6 – 3 win over Hessle Sporting Pumas at Longcroft School. Next weekend the Pumas with have away day as they travel to the East Coast to play Bridlington Rangers Rhinos.