FOOTBALL: First victory for the South
10:56am Tuesday 16th January 2007
10:56am Tuesday 16th January 2007
North Wilts & District Youth & Minor League - South Swindon pulled off the result of the day after a 2-1 away win over high flying Hungerford Town to clinch their first win of the season in the Under 9 Central Division, Jonathon Peachey-Score netting the winner late on.
Brinkworth Cats moved into third spot with a 4-0 home win over Marlborough Town, Max Luffman, Luke Whitmarsh, Ban Gerrish and Callum Reid-Hutchings all scoring.
Ramsbury were 3-2 away winners over Greenmeadow B, Ben Smith, Joshua Hart and Thomas Stone firing Ramsbury to victory.
AFC Barbury moved into third spot with a 4-0 home win over lowly Cricklade Youth, Max Ethridge, James Turner, Zak Westlake and Stuart Hillis firing the goals.
Hungerford Town went top after winning 8-1 away at Stratton Youth, Daniel Martin firing four goals with Michael Annetts, James Frank, Harry Dodridge and Oliver Croker getting the others.
Liden Community went top with a 7-0 home win over Wootton Bassett Town, Nathan Hudson and Aaron Palmer firing doubles with Tyler Lane, Sam Slater and Ryan Welland completing the scoring.
Shaw moved into second with a 3-0 away win at Lydiard Youth, goals from Ross Lowe, Dominic Rekowski and Jay Goddard sealing the win.
Purton kept their fine season going after making it 12 wins from 12 with a 16-1 home demolition of Highworth Juniors, Kevin Babu and Daniel Cole both firing four goals apiece, Mark Woolhouse also in fine form netting a hat-trick. Louis Elton and Luke Giles both netted doubles with Richard Cook also getting on the score sheet.
Penhill Knights stayed top but lost the chance to pull further clear after only managing a 1-1 home draw with Greenmeadow B, Joe Young firing Greenmeadow ahead before a Greenmeadow own goal gave Penhill a share of the points.
Shaw B moved into fifth spot after an exciting 4-3 away win over Highworth Juniors, Jake Roffey firing a fine hat-trick with Ezra Martin also chipping in with a fine strike.
Wickham Wanderers pulled clear at the top with a 16-1 demolition of strugglers Croft A, Charlie De Fraine and William Herrington both firing four goals each with Fraser Roberts and Albert Cherrill both getting hat-tricks and Karl Admans with a brace.
Second-placed Wroughton lose ground on the leaders after going down 1-0 at home to Shaw, Alex Baker netting the deciding goal.
Highworth Juniors C went 10 points clear at the top after a 3-0 away win at bottom side Shrivenham and Watchfield.
Liden Community, playing only their sixth game, ran out 4-1 home winners over Cricklade Youth after a hat-trick from Adam Clarke and a single strike from Sam Ausden.
Lowly Penhill Knights put in a fine performance with an 8-2 home win over bottom side Hungerford Town, Jordan Baverstock firing a hat-trick with Tyler Rudman and Ben Woodward both notching doubles with a single strike for Shaun King.
Swindon Soccer Skills A remained top after a 7-1 home win over Highworth Town, Kias Bonner-Shea firing a brace, Tom Baguley, Ross Algar, Josh Sawyer, Ollie Clark and Tyron Leigh all on the score sheet.
Lydiard Youth climb up three places into second with a 6-1 home win over Robins A, Jacob Davidge netting three, Kieron O'Daly with a brace and Louis Freegard-Morton completing the scoring.
Swindon Soccer Skills B remained unbeaten with a 4-1 home win over Greenmeadow A, Bradley Houston, Sam Guy, Arun Gurung and Joseph Ouldridge all scoring to clinch the three points.
White Horse Juniors could only manage a 1-1 draw with Wootton Bassett Town B, Eddie Geerah firing Bassett's equaliser.
Ramsbury move into third spot with a 7-1 home win over bottom side Cirencester Town B, Jack Steen, Joseph Smith and Henry Cameron all firing doubles with an own goal sealing the win.
Fairford remained top after a 1-0 home win over Liden Community, Zebedee Waite firing the deciding goal.
Hungerford Town B remained top after a 4-2 home win over Wanborough, an Aaron Culley strike and a fine hat-trick from Harry Purdie sealing the win.
Lowly Blunsdon Colts B beat Croft Juniors B 5-3, Jamie Rogers and Gary Clemm both netting braces with Josh Key completing the scoring.
Blunsdon Colts A had a 5-1 home win over Shaw, Henry Spalding firing two fine goals, Mikie Ejsmont, Declan Smith and McCauley Dodson also on target.
Shrivenham and Watchfield remained top with a 5-0 home win over Eldene Rangers A, Aaron Langton, Edward Quare, James Rainer, Jamie Cox and Chris Paterson all scoring.
Liden Community A pulled off a 3-2 away win over Fairford A, Charlie Fox Saunders and solo efforts for Lewis Hinds and Connor Eggleton clinching the points for Liden.
LEADERS Lydiard Youth B had a 5-2 home win over Stratton Juniors B, Fraser Ridley with a hat trick, Gabriel Diba and Ben O'Sullivan all scoring.
Liden Community B claimed their first win of the season after a 4-2 home win over Greenmeadow Youth C, Devon Fletcher and Bradley Mark both scoring two goals each.
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