Posted: 31 / 05 / 2018
Our football clients waved goodbye to March and April
New month, new goals and if Sedulo sports clients continue the way they are then we are set for a very promising month indeed.
Here’s a quick round up of the performances so far this season:
What an Easter it was for Macclesfield as they earnt a last minute win away at Woking and then followed it up on Easter Monday with a victory over Chester to propel themselves to within touching distance of promotion back to the promise land of the Football League.
The home game set off with a slow start but despite poor weather conditions Macc began to apply the pressure and Danny Whitehead broke the deadlock with his 53rd minute goal, bringing the team to a 1-0 win.
Now nine points clear at the top of the National League, the 2017/18 season looks almost certain to be a memorable one for the Silkmen with manager John Askey set to increase his already legendary status with the club.
Hatters back in the mix
A month ago the season seemed over for Stockport, but 5 consecutive victories including two over the Easter weekend see the Hatters sit in 5th in National League North. On Good Friday, they made the short trip to Bradford Park Avenue and scored a late late winner after throwing away a two goal lead in the 2nd half.
Another 3-2 win followed at home to Tamworth to put the Play Offs in their own hands but with tough trips to come in April at three rival play off contenders, there is still work to be done as the club tries to finally rid themselves of regional football.
There was certainly no bank holiday blues for Toronto Wolfpack this weekend as they celebrated not one, but two victories.
After 5 consecutive wins, they rocketed up to 1st place in the Betfred Championships with their win against fellow promotion contenders Toulouse Olympique on Easter Monday in France.
A previous triumph of 24 – 16 win against Featherstone Rovers on Good Friday already had the team flying the rugby league flag high, and with the final performance on Monday proving an amazing success, they now sit happy at the top of the leaderboard.
Oldham celebrated the Easter weekend in style with a 2-1 win against Blackpool.
The game appeared to begin with a disappointing start with the team falling a goal behind, but with a renewed effort in the second half, the Latics ended up three points ahead of Blackpool.
A goal from Jack Byrne and another from Eoin Doyle with just five minutes to spare, saw Richie Wellens’ team catapult their way out of the relegation zone.
Keep up the good work Boys!
Salford City Reds
A mixed weekend for Salford, that saw an impressive home victory against Catalan Dragons, as the AJ Bell starts to become a fortress with 3 consecutive home wins. A tough trip to Champions Leeds on the Monday was always going to be a tough ask and so it proved as they headed back over the Pennines without even a consolation, beaten 20-0.aaa