A decent performance and always learning against a quality Stockport team
By Roberto Simi
Whilst it can be disheartening playing the best teams it is a great way for the players to improve and W-CH never let their heads drop
After 2 weeks playing very good teams away from home there was no let up this week and it was clear for all to see that Stockport have probably the best technical capabilities across their whole team. But Wacs/Cheadle Hulme continue putting in exemplary effort and have come on leaps and bounds. Whilst no match for Stockport when they moved the ball around they made them work on any loose balls and had the strength and pace to move forward quickly. Stockport scored 16 goals that stemmed mostly from some excellent long range passes from their No. 44 and their front line pressing whenever W-CH tried to clear from the crease. A good spell in the second quarter saw the 2 W-CH goals - the first a solo effort from Sean who won the face off and sped forward to score - the second a team effort saw Harry deservedly score for another week having had a few other near misses. Onwards and upwards.