Annual club quiz night
everyone welcome, maximum of 6 per team, £5.00 a head ( nibbles included ) there will be a prize for the winning team
Come along and have some fun whilst supporting your club.
Venue is: Deans Cross, Plymstock
Your manager has more information
Presentation nights this year are the 26th May and the 9th June 2017, we will be again having them at Boringdon Park, golf club.
Tickets will go on sale during April through your team manager/admin person.
If anyone would like to advertise in our programme, sponsor one of our evening or donate a raffle prize please contact Georgie Payne.
More details on the nights will be available through your managers
A big thank you to everyone who helped with the selling of the raffle tickets and an even bigger thank you to those who purchased raffle tickets of us, in total we had 42 prizes, below are some of the lucky winners:
Hamper 1: Tina Under 15's
Hamper 2: H Turner
Hamper 3: Tricia Hollet
Hamper 4: Martin Laity 8's
Theatre Royal Tickets: Kev/ Matt Charlick 9's
Chocolate Hamper: Ben Skelton14's
Paignton Zoo: Martin Amesbury 10's
Eden Project: Jake 12's
Christmas Cake: Judy Rees 7's
Dartmoor Zoo: Ewan Wilkinson 14's
We would also like to say thank you to the companies who donated prizes:
Marks and Spencers Crownhill, Paignton Zoo, Dartmoor Zoo, Eden Project, Butterfly Sanctuary, Monkey Sanctuary, Tesco Lee Mill, City Bus, Plymouth Albion, Tudor Tea rooms, Ski Lodge, Jump, Woodlands, Theatre Royal, Tesco Roborough, Lynns Cakes, Graddon Vending.
Thank you to all the parents who also donated prizes
Georgie Payne, Fundraising Co-ordinator
As you know we have a race night booked at Plymouth Ski Lodge on the 21st November, its being run a completely different way this year we have Trevor and his wife Lorraine from Hoppys running it for us and its a family event, this means parents, children, grandparents, aunties, uncles and cousins.
We are on the lookout for race sponsors Trevor from Hoppys has said he will sponsor 1 race we could really do with another 5,
We would like a great turn out for this event as all money raised goes towards the cost of presentation night, we will be selling tickets and are in the process of printing them it will be £5.00 per adult and £3.00 per child this is to cover the cost of the food ( pizza and chips) .
if you have a parent in your team that would be happy to sell the tickets could you please let me have their details
The lads were looking to improve on Saturdays hard fought draw with Torpoint. But facing Weston Mill is never easy they are a well organized team. 630 kick off and Chaddlewood had some decent touches James hitting the post twice only for their keeper to make some excellent follow up saves. Next passage of play saw Chaddlewood attacking in the box only for there defense to handball in the box! Penalty. Frank wanted it, struck it well but hit the post and it couldn't be followed in. 0-0.
Weston Mill got into their stride now and slotted in 2 quickfire goals 0-2 halftime. Trevor issued the hairdryer and the boys were fired up didn't take long for a good cross to come in and James was on the end of it to slot home 1-2. End to end stuff now but Chaddlewood are piling on the pressure some slick passing in their box James sees an opening right foot bang! 2-2 game on.
Weston mill applying some heavy tactics by now but the boys aren't moaning it only Spurs them on. Pass comes in James is through past the last man gets tripped, professional foul he's off! Free kick. One last push now ball comes down the right side in to the box shot coming in keeper wipes the Chaddlewood player out whistle blows penalty! James steps up right foot bottom corner for the hatrick. 3-2. Alfie made superb saves to keep us in the game.
Chaddlewood employ some good running the clock down tactics with a succession of throws down the right side . Full time. Well done boys what a come back . Notable displays on the day - Ollie again outstanding , James pulled out a hatrick! So well done to him and he was taking a few knocks! Harry at right back showed some quality fighting spirit having to deal with good players down his side. Frank worked hard all game . As did all the lads and that's why you won.
Alfie's goal stopping performance was rewarded by WMOV who gave him the Fair Play Award, well done!
A new season and the team has high hopes! And they didn't disappoint. Chaddlewood started the match slowly with less possession but gradually got them selves into the game with some good passing, some good link up play between Dylan and Frank saw the later hit a right foot shot into the bottom corner ! 1-0. Soon followed a tap in by Dylan and a third by Frank. Torpoint got into their stride now and clawed a couple back.half time. Despite Torpoint's large squad and the ability to rotate three players at a time Chaddlewood kept going. We let in a couple easy goals maybe through tiredness but had the guile to get the equalizer through Frank's hatrick for the day. Well done lads. Special mention to Ollie defensively excellent , Frank for bossing the midfield area . Also Dylan played well upfront with Tommy breaking up play in midfield. Well done boys keep it up!!
Under 12 Juniors are looking forward to facing WMOV at Home on 8th September in their only evening fixture.
Only 4 teams kicked off their 2015/2016 season today and a super start it was. Among the 4 teams they bagged 14 goals and conceeded 9.
The under 12 JNR Drake team saw it fall into place with a pleasing 4 -4 draw against Torpoint. Proves these young lads have adapted to the transition from 7 aside to 9 aside.
The under 12 SNR Hood team pulled a satisfying 3-2 win over their rivals AC Plymouth, which puts them in good stead for the rest of the season.
The under 14 YTH Raleigh team went into the 2nd half 2 -0 down. The result of a win 5-3 over Torpoint proves the determination of the boys and the game aint over till that whistle blows !
The under 15 Defiance team had a fiesty game against Tamerton. Very slow off the blocks today but got a grip and ended with a 2-0 win.
Our U18 Albion team played on Thursday and started the season well with an 8-3 win over AC Plymouth.
So well done players, parents and coaches/managers for a fab start to the season
Teresa Club Secretary
Photo by Theo Moye 04/06/15 Wolf Minerals have donated a container to Chaddlewood Miners FC, Plymouth, to replace their kit shed which was burnt down. Pictured with players from the U11, U13 and U15 teams are Wolf Minerals' Health, Safety and Training Manager Dave Howourth, Club Chairman Matt Matthew and Secretary Teresa Hill.
Wolf Minerals has stepped in to support a Plympton youth football club after arsonists destroyed the team’s equipment store.
Chaddlewood Miners FC – named in honour of Plympton’s historic mining links – now have a sturdy new steel container at their home ground after Wolf agreed to help the club by donating and arranging delivery of the much needed facility.
It is one of a number of initiatives in the local community being supported by Wolf Minerals which is developing the Drakelands Tungsten and Tin Mine, near Hemerdon, on the edge of Plymouth.
Dave Howourth, Wolf Minerals Health, Safety and Training Manager, said: “Drakelands Mine is a world class and globally significant project but it is also important to us that the community locally benefits from our activities.
“We were pleased to be able to help Chaddlewood Miners, which we know does a lot for youngsters in the area, and of course it seemed fitting to be working with a club which celebrates the proud association between metal mining and the Stannary town of Plympton.”
Teresa Hill, Chaddlewood Miners Football Club Secretary, said: “When arsonists set light to our equipment nothing could be saved from the inferno. The local footballing community and local business such as Marshall Motors SW Ltd, Performance Sports and the Plymouth Rotary club, rallied round to help but the most costly item to replace was the storage container itself and the club have been working hard with fund raising events to replace this.
“However, thanks to the generosity of Wolf Minerals the container has been replaced much sooner than anticipated, for which we are extremely grateful.”
The Hemerdon project is the first new metal mine in Britain for 45 years and will provide a secure supply of tungsten – which is regarded as a critical mineral by the UK, US and EU - pumping hundreds of millions of pounds into the South West and UK economies over the next decade.
With an estimated production of 5,000 tonnes per annum of tungsten concentrate and 1,000 tonnes of tin concentrate, Drakelands Mine will be one of the world’s most important tungsten mines, producing about 3.5% of forecast global demand.
The construction phase has already generated significant economic benefits with up to 500 people on site and an estimated 70 per cent of the £75 million cost of the process plant being spent with UK companies, many of those in Devon and Cornwall.
Drakelands Mine is due to enter production in summer 2015.
Our Under 9's won the Mini Soccer Plate at the last Mini Soccer Tournament, a huge achievement for the team, well done!
Chaddlewood’s Man of the Match, left back Rhys.
A heavy pitch greeted the two teams on Saturday and with only 11 fit players, Chaddlewood Miners knew that they were going to have to work hard to get a result against a team just above them in the league table.
Both teams started brightly with Chaddlewood going close on a number of occasions, Elliot’s runs down the wing and crosses making several chances.
A goal came late in the first half, with a pass from Callen to Elliott who played the ball through to Ryan, who dispatched a shot into the top corner. Half time score 1-0 to Chaddlewood.
An injury to Joe T in the second half meant that Chaddlewood had to play with 10 men for 20 minutes, but in a great backs to the wall effort from the whole team they held on to win the match 1-0, and draw level on points with Torpoint. Chaddlewood’s Goalkeeper produced several important saves and man of the match was awarded to Chaddlewood’s left back, Rhys.
Manager Matt Payne said “all the lads put in a terrific effort, and played for each other. A great team performance”