CHEADLE Walking Football staged another competitive six-a-side game was played on Thursday evening.
Martin Johnson (Blues) was sent to the sin bin for several professional fouls and a bruising battle ensued between the Kent brothers.
Nick Jones (Reds) was on fire and scored four goals to see a comfortable victory for his side.
Referee/player Martyn Hordern had a difficult time controlling the players, some of whom were over-enthusiastic in their approach.
Veteran Jeff Wood tried to hold his Blues side together, but to no avail, as the younger Reds side were too strong on the night.
Friday afternoon sessions continue to be popular with the older players, many of whom have retired from full-time work.
Sunday morning sessions for the over-50s have resumed at the South Moorlands Leisure Centre following the spring Bank Holiday.
Further details can be obtained from Ian Morton on 07594 552318 or Jeff Wood on 01538 421008.
An Elvis Presley tribute evening will be held on Saturday, May 24 at the JCB Social Club, Rocester, to raise funds for Cheadle SMU and the Headway charity.
Tickets, costing £8, can be obtained from Sharon Booth on 01538 756050.