Under 14's 2018/2019


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 Full Time - Weetabix League
 Northamptonshire FA
 Whole Game FA


 FA Guide - Playing your part


 Corby Kingswood White


 Corby S&L



 Ise Lodge (Hawks)


 Irchester Rovers

Won 3-2 (HT 0-1)

 Ise Lodge Youth

The Eagles faced the newly formed Youth team for the first time in a cup match. The game started scrappy for both sides after the winter break and it was the Youth side that scored first. The Eagles immediately pushed back and equalised within a minute. The Youth took the lead once more but it was the Eagles that finished the first half ahead. The second half saw the Eagles take more control of the game and put in 2 more goals before the final whistle.
Won 2-5 (HT 2-3)



No more training this year and it will resume on Thursday 3rd January


The last game of 2018 was played against Mawsley on a small pitch with small goals. The Eagles was unlucky not to score in the first seconds of the game after a great cross was delivered into the box. The first half was hard fought with the Eagles having the more possession but unable to make it count. Substitions in the first half Dan start his first game - he brought some good pace on the wing and his throw-ins are really long. The Eagles finally got a goal late in the second half from a corner and a bundled in shot by Max (but they all count). The Eagles continued to look for another goal to clinch the game but could just not get the ball into the net and the game finished 1-0. Speedy recover to Victor from Mawsely after whats looks like a pulled hamstring.
Won 1-0 (HT 0-0)


 Vicarage Farm

Lost 5-2

 Falcons Blue

The Eagles are out of the Cup after losing to the Falcons Blue. The game was unfortunately one sided due to the size, strength and skill of the Falcons team who I'm told they have not lost a game in quite a while. Credit to the Eagles who kept going but they were unable to make anything of their few chances on goal.

 Grammarians Ospreys

A strange game with no goals in the first half and 6 in the second. Firstly a shout out for the new Eagles players, Zoe in goal along with Teo and Brodie. The first half was played with both teams not really controlling the match and neither making the most of any chances. The second half was a different story with the Eagles increasing the pressure and breaking the deadlock with a Lewis M goal that was placed above the goalies reach. A little later Jack D got the next goal which then improved the games flow and followed with Jack R scoring a stunning free kick. The Ospreys then tried to push forward but all their chances were saved by Zoe. With 15 minutes left he Ospreys fired a shot that Zoe pushed up onto the crossbar but the rebound was turned back into the goal. The Eagles then settled the game in the last 10 minutes with another pair of goals from Jack R and Finn.
Won FT 5-1 (HT 0-0) - Shout out to Lewis M who got the player of the match.

 Grange Park Rangers Blue

The next round of the NTFA cup was played at Grange Park and saw the Eagles work hard to contain the power of the Northampton team but went 2 goals down within 15 mins. The Rangers continued their push for more goals but the Eagles resisted and then started to turn the tide. Late in the first half the Eagles had a free kick crunched against the crossbar, a couple more close chances and then with the last kick of the first half saw a lofted corner and headed goal. The second half started with the Eagles playing with renewed confidence and for the next 30 minutes the Eagles were clearly in the ascendancy. With 15 minutes to play the Eagles got a well deserved equaliser and then contained the attacks to see the match out. Penalties started with the Eagles and Sean, Niall, Jack D and Lewis B converting from the spot and winning the game 4-2.
Won FT 2-2 (HT 2-1) 2-4 on penalties - Shout out to Jack R who got the player of the match.


 Ise Lodge (Hawks)

I have to say that it felt like an element of bad sportsmanship from the Hawks given they are top of the league and part of the same Ise Lodge affiliation. The Eagles could field a team of only 10 players today due to a player leaving, another lad breaking his wrist and some others on half term holidays. The "Hawks" obviously felt unsure if they cold beat the Eagles on a like for like day so fielded a full 11 players. The Eagles worked hard to cover the extra space and even managed a goal back after going 2 goals behind during the first half. It was inevitable that the result would end up with team of 11 players especially after the Eagles tired later in the second half. Proud of the boys today.
Lost - Shout out to Thamie who got the player of the match.

 Irchester Romans

The match was played in quite different conditions from previous games as it appears autumn has arrived, if not winter. The pitch itself was still in good condition despite heavy rain all day and the match started with both sides coming to terms with the slick surface and gusts of wind. Early on the Eagles had hit the crossbar and just missed a couple more shots whilst the Romans also had a one on one with the goalie, but Morley stood up to the challenge. Just after 10 mins played things calmed a little once the Eagles got a goal and they were unlucky not to finish several more chances. However the Romans levelled the game shortly before half-time with a long free kick that swirled in the wind and somehow squeezed inside the post after everybody missed it. The second half showed the Eagles step up another gear and play some excellent football that was a joy to watch showing them being first to the ball, determined in tackling, great pass and move skills. This resulted in 4 more goals in the second half including a stunning goal in the last few seconds of the game that started in the Eagles half and involved 5 players and about 8 perfect passes.
Won 5-1 (HT 1-1) - Shout out to Jack D who got the player of the match.

 Corby Kingswood Black - Cup match

The opponents decided not to field a team today even though the FA had told them they had to. We have been told the tie will be awarded to us.


 Weekly Rovers United - Cup match

The Eagles were back at home for this cup match but again fielding a team with no subs. This however did not show in their play and the Eagles played as a team and had most of the attacks. The Eagles scored a lovely long range shot into the top corner but this was disallowed due to an earlier hand ball (only seen by a linesman). In the 25th minute the Eagles lifted from the wing and headed superbly to take the lead. Weekly got awarded a penalty after a late tackle and finished this clinically. From this point onwards the Eagles stepped up a gear and worked from the back to continually make chances. A superb free kick by the Eagles left the game at 4-2 with 20 minutes to play, but unfortunately an Eagles player made a tackle and whilst landing he broke his wrist (get well soon Max). The Eagles with only 10 men still came forward on attacks and got one more goal - very impressed and showed great skill and teamwork.
Won 5-2 - Shout out to Max who got the player of the match.

 Corby Stewart and Lloyds

Today the Eagles faced the best team in the league but sadly with a diminished team. Several boys were off due to illness or accidents so they started with no subs. On top of that we had a key player very much let down his friends and declared with just three games played that he is not interested in playing any longer - could this not have been stated before starting the new season!. The boys worked hard to try to hold back a lot of pressure but succumbed to a few well taken goals. It has to be said that the back line of S&L were very strong and the Eagles were unlucky with several shots coming close. The second half showed the Eagles in a different formation and managed to keep the game much more level which was impressive given the pace and having no subs.
Lost 8-1 - Shout out to Thamie who got the player of the match.

 Corby Kingswood White

The Eagles played fantastic football today against a team who had scored 12 goals in their previous match. They battled for every ball and controlled the fast Corby attacks. Within 20 mins the Eagles had taken charge and put in 3 goals. Towards half time the opposition started to get back into the game and had more possession and got a goal back shortly before the half time whistle. The second half started and you could see that Corby came out to address the difference but within a few passes and in under 30 seconds the Eagles got another goal. The team worked as one today and largely kept Corby at bay doing great job.
Won 4-1 - Shout out to Jack D who got the player of the match.

 Cup matches announced

Two home cup games. First is against Weekly Rovers in the League Cup and the against Corby Kingswood Black in the Northants FA cup.

 Vicarage Farm

The Eagles first game in the top league saw them working hard against a team that finished 4th in the top league last season. The bulk of the attacks came from the Vikings but good defending kept the game level for 15 minutes. As the Eagles got more into the game they created a few chances of which one was converted from close range following a floated free kick. In the second half the Eagles worked a few more chances but it was the Vikings that got 2 goals to claim the victory.
Lost 2-1 - Shout out to Dan who got the player of the match.

 Training now switches to 3G

Kettering Buccleuch Academy - Every Thursday - 7pm to 8.30pm


 League Fixtures have been announced

The fulltime link now shows the fixture list with the first game at home on 9th September at home against Vicarage Farm

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 Training starts again

Ise Lodge Community Centre - Every Thursday - 6.30pm to 8pm

 Link to the U13 season updates

 U13 2017/2018