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Magherafelt Sky Blues (A)

1st Team
B.P.L.
Sat 29th Oct - 2:00pm
D
2-2
Barr
Nixon
Wakehurst continued their unbeaten run on Saturday, making it 12 on the spin but the feeling in the camp after this was of disappointment after conceding two quick goals in the last nine minutes when the game seemed over as a contest.

Desertmartin Swifts (A)

Reserves
Canada Trophy
Sat 22nd Oct - 1:30pm
W
4-1
T. Campbell
Gilchrist
Colville
T. Campbell
The Strollers faced higher league opposition in the Canada Trophy and seemed to relish the challenge as they ran out convincing winners.
 
The game started with Wakehurst letting the opposition play around the back four for the first ten minutes without causing any threat, then they started their pressing game  and put Desertmartin under a lot of pressure with the returning Step

Dundela (A)

1st Team
Intermediate Cup
Sat 22nd Oct - 1:30pm
D
4-4 (Won 5-4 on pens)
Nixon
McClure
Johnston
Laughlin
Wakehurst stretched their unbeaten run to eleven games after what can only be described as a battle from start to finish again Dundela FC who are a division above the visitors as they ply their trade in the NI Intermediate League.
 
Wakehurst were finding it tough to adjust the narrow pitch at Wilgar Park and Zach Barr, Laughlin and Nixon were all unlucky when they had just the goalk

Coagh United (A)

1st Team
B.P.L.
Sat 15th Oct - 2:00pm
W
4-1
Nixon
Nixon
Barr
Laughlin
Coagh United 1-4 Wakehurst FC 
 
Wakehurst continued their superb start to the 2016 season against fellow unbeaten challengers Coagh by putting in a very mature performance for such a young side.
 
The game started as expected at a frantic pace with 'Hurst not giving the home team any time on the ball.

Ballynure OB 'B' (A)

Reserves
Linda Welshman Cup
Sat 15th Oct - 2:00pm
W
3-2
Cupples
Allen
Alexander
STROLLERS KNOCK OUT CUP HOLDERS
 
Ballynure OB 'B' 2-3 Wakehurst Strollers
 
Strollers started the game at a fast pace and looked ke

Larne Tech OB (A)

1st Team
Irish Cup
Sat 1st Oct - 3:00pm
W
2-1 (AET)
Nixon
Price
Wakehurst started this game struggling to get into their usual style of football and the hosts were taking the game to 'Hurst but just couldn't get that elusive goal sending the game in 0-0 at half time. 

Santos FC (H)

Reserves
Co. Antrim Junior Shield
Sat 1st Oct - 2:15pm
L
1-5
Gilchrist
A disappointing performance saw the Strollers fall at the first hurdle of this season's edition of Junior Shield, crashing out 5-1 to Mid Ulster League side Santos.
 
Despite an open first 15 minutes, it was the visitors who opened the scoring with their first chance of the match as their front man tapped home at the back from a ball

Remo (A)

Reserves
B.P.L.
Sat 24th Sep - 2:00pm
L
0-1
The Strollers visited Newtownabbey looking to add another three points to their tally but lost out by the odd goal to a stubborn Remo at Three Mile Water.
 
Both teams had opportunities in the opening period with Remo hitting the post and Fox forcing Dean Adams in to a good save when sent through one on one.

Newtowne (A)

1st Team
McReynolds Cup
Sat 24th Sep - 2:00pm
W
2-0
Nixon
Laughlin
Wakehurst went into this game looking to stretch their unbeaten run to seven games and 'Hurst started at a frantic pace, not giving last year's champions time to settle and were causing all sorts of problems to the Newtowne back line. 
 
The midfield of Bamber, Laughlin, Price and Weir were dominating their counterparts and were forcing them to play long because of the c

Chimney Corner (H)

1st Team
B.P.L.
Sat 17th Sep - 2:00pm
W
3-1
Nixon
Nixon
Weir
Wakehurst came into this game on a fine run of five games unbeaten and knew if they were to extend that, it was going to be tough against a Chimney Corner team looking for their first win of the season.
 
The game started with Chimney playing with ten men behind the ball and Wakehurst knocking it about trying to find a way through but Corner were keeping it tight, limiting 'Hurst