League: Manchester League
Team Manager: Adam Howarth / 07828 330488
Assistant / Coach : Brett Metcalfe
Bolton County 3 Dukenfield Town 5
County finished the season with an entertaining, high scoring encounter, losing out in an eight goal thriller. Goalscorers for the host were Keiran Hennessy, Tom Axon-Smith and Liam Stewart.
Another strong, solid season for Bolton County who finished in a respectable mid table position.
Bolton County 2 v Heyside 1
Kieran Hennessey and Jordan McCloughlin scored the goals that secured all three points for County, extending their unbeaten run to four in what is proving to be a terrific end to the season.
Springhead 0 Bolton County 0
County extended their run of of unbeaten games and clean sheets to three , thus securing a vital point which ensured their premiership status for another season.
Manchester Gregorians 0 v Bolton County 0
County came away with a well earned point, reward for a hard working performance.
Bolton County 4 v Springhead 0
The home team put in a dominant performance to earn a valuable three points, with goals from Matthew Ormrod, Jordan McClaughlin, Ian Smalley and Matthew Latham.
Bolton County 0 v Rochdale Sacred Heart 4
The home team were well beaten by high flying Rochdale Sacred Heart.
Chadderton Res 0 v Bolton County 4
County returned from a visit to Chadderton with all three points. A clean sheet and goals from Tom Aspen, Goodwin May, Jordan McCloughlin and Liam Short saw County get back to winning ways.
East Manchester 5 v Bolton County 1
County were well beaten, with their consolation goal being score by Matthew Leatham.
Heyside 4 Bolton County 1
Bolton County were well beaten against a strong Heyside team, with the visitors consolation goal scored by Tom Aspen.
Bolton County 1 Stockport Georgians 1
County continued their unbeaten start to 2019 with a 1 -1 draw, the home teams goal-scorer was Liam Short.
Bolton County 2 Hindsford 2
County hosted the league leaders at Darcy Lever. The visitors raced into a two goal lead and things looked ominous for a weakened county team, but mid way through the first half, Hindsford were reduced to 10 men given the home team fresh hope. The second half began with Bolton County on the front foot and the pressure paid off with goals from Goodwin May and Jordan McCloughlin bringing the score back to 2-2. The remainder of the game saw both teams exerting pressure and in the end a draw was a fair result.
Bolton County 2 Old Altrinchiams 1
After a two week break County got back to winning ways. In a game played in freezing tempretures and driving rain, both teams contributed to an enthralling spectacle, with the home team securing the three points with goals from Tom Aspen and Liam Short.
Beechfield Utd 3 Bolton County 1
County lost away from home with Jordan McCloughlin scoring for the visitors.
Bolton County 1 v Walshaw o
The home team returned to winning ways against local rivals Walshaw. A goal from Tom Axon Smith and strong defensive display enabled County to pick up all three points.
Bolton County 2 v Manchester Central 4
County battled hard but suffered another defeat at Darcy Lever. Goals from Chris Hough and Tom Axon Smith were not as they ended up concedeing four in a six goal thriller.
Bolton County 1 v East Manchester 2
The home team’s whoes continued as they lost at home with their goal being scored by Chris Hough.
27/10/2018 – Gilgryst Cup
Manchester Central 5 v Bolton County 2
County’s cup dream was ended with a comprehensive away defeat, goalscorers for the visitors were Jordan McLoughlin and Liam Short
ROYTON TOWN 6 BOLTON COUNTY 1
The unbeaten league run came to an end, when County were soundly beaten by table toppers Royton, Tom Axon Smith scoring the visitors consulation goal.
13/10 2018 (L.F.A.TROPHY)
THORNTON CLEVELEYS 3 BOLTON COUNTY 0
County crashed out of the L.F.A. Trophy, losing against a strong Thornton team.
ROCHDALE SACRED HEART 2 BOLTON COUNTY 3
County extended their unbeaten run, with a dramatic away victory. With the game entering the final 15 minutes, Rochdale looked in control with a two goal advantage, up stepped man of the moment Tom Aspen, who scored three times to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
BOLTON COUNTY 2 ROYTON 1
A goal after 5 minutes from Tom Axon Smith, gave county the early advantage against their high flying opponents. The visitors leveled on 40 minutes but were reduced to 9 men following two red cards. A late winner from Matt Leatham secured all three points for the home team.
STOCKPORT GEORGIANS 1 BOLTON COUNTY 1
A goal by Matthew Leatham earned the visitors a well deseved point.
Bolton County 7 Chadderton Reserves 1
County recorded their biggest win of the season, the goals were scored by
Jordan McLoughlin (3), Tom Aspen (2), Josh Evans and Godwin May.
Lancashire Amatuer Shield
F.C.St Helens Town 3 Bolton County 4
Bolton County progressed to the next round of the L.F.A. Amatuer Shield, with an hard earned victory. A late fight back from the home team was not enough to deny County victory secured by goals from Matt Leatham, Liam Short, Dimitri Nuksu and Godwin May
Hindsford 3 Bolton County 1
County lost away to table topping Hindsford, with Jordan McLoughlin scoring for the visitors.
Bolton County 1 Manchester Gregorians 1
The home team were denied back to back wins by a late equaliser from Gregorians after County had taken the lead through Jordan Whittle.
Walshaw 2 Bolton County 4
County notched up up their first victory of the new season with a fine away victory at Walshaw, with goals from Ben Finch, Romain Maubaret, Dimitri Wasaulua and Chris Hough
MANCHESTER CENTRAL 1 BOLTON COUNTY 1
Bolton County secured their first point of the season. After going a goal behind, County fought back to equalise in the 53rd minute, when a thunderous drive from M-O-M Chris Hough left the home keeper helpless.
DUKENFIELD TOWN 5 BOLTON COUNTY 1
Bolton County suffered a heavy defeat away to a strong Dukenfield side, the goalscorer for County was Joe Ducker.
OLD ATRINCHAMIANS 2 BOLTON COUNTY 1
County took the lead just before half time with a goal from Joe Fielding. The home team rallied in the second half and equalised from the penalty spot, before securing all three points with a second goal on 70 minutes.