NORTH WILTS YOUTH LEAGUE: Pumas secure fifth straight win
5:30am Tuesday 1st April 2014 in Latest News
FERNDALE Rodbourne Pumas made it five wins in a row in North Wilts Youth League Under 12 Division One by overcoming Shaw 4-2 away from home.
Pumas took a 2-0 lead into half-time, thanks to two goals from Brandon Lewis. Lewis completed his hat-trick early in second half before Shaw pulled one back.
Jack Lane scored a stunning fourth for Pumas before Shaw netted again to complete the victory.
Lewis Swatridge and Ben Dodd both put in good performances for the visitors. Swindon Supermarine ran out 4-2 winners against Cirencester Town.
Daniel Clare scored two goals, sandwiched between strikes from Tommy Brewster and Bradley Wilkins from the penalty spot. Jake Collis impressed in midfield for Marine.
Under 10 Division 2
A HAT-TRICK from Tyler Hughes and a man-of-the-match performance from Harrison Racey inspired Liden to a 5-2 win over Hungerford.
Lewis Farncombe and Matthew Courtney completed the scoring for the away side.
Swindon Supermarine J came back from a goal down to claim all three points with a 2-1 victory over Blunsdon.
Cameron Thomson put Blunsdon in front but Marine hit back through Harry Collins and an own goal.
Under 11 Division 2
WANBOROUGH Juniors came out 4-2 winners in their final match of the season against Wroughton Youth.
Tom Moore scored twice, Liam O'Reilly found the back of the net and Christian Pau left it to the last game to head home his first goal of the season.
Under 11 Division 4
JACK Cremin scored twice in FC Abbey Meads Colts’ 5-4 defeat to Malmesbury Youth Tornados.
Cremin handed Abbey Meads a 2-1 lead but three goals from Malmesbury sent the visitors into half-time in front. Malmesbury added a fifth early in the second half before Abbey Meads fought back with a volley from Matthew Weir and a penalty from James Ejsmont, but the hosts ran out of time.
Under 13 Division 1 (11v11)
AN OUTSTANDING team performance from 10-man Ferndale Rodbourne saw them defeat the previously unbeaten, top-of-the-table Swindon Rangers Allstars 3-1.
Ferndale took a slender lead into half-time thanks to Matty Conner’s goal and they increased their advantage to three after the break, as Jason Werrell and Brandon Page also got their names on the scoresheet.
From that position, Allstars could not find a way back into the game despite managing one consolation strike.
Under 14 Division 1
WOOTTON Bassett Town Yellow battled hard against champions elect Stanley Park Youth but three headed goals in the first five minutes of the second half from excellent set pieces undid their hard work.
Bassett went on to lose 3-1, with Tom Miller’s 12th goal of the season from the penalty spot scant consolation.
Under 14 Division 3
FC CALNE Rovers continued their recent run of good form with a 11-2 win over Lydiard Youth.
Playmaker Kai Morgan hit a hat-trick and defender Gavin Riccalton scored his first ever goal for Calne, with further efforts coming from Frank Lofy (2), Lewis Tilley (2), Oliver MacKenzie, Oliver Sutton and Brandon Willox-Last.
Under 15 Division 1
CAMERON Shrubb scored within the first 20 seconds of Swindon Supermarine’s clash with FC Calne, as the hosts romped to a 5-0 win.
Shrubb went on to complete his hat-trick, while Brad Warren scored with a powerful header and Louis O'Shea rounded off the scoring.
Under 15 Division 3
SEVENFIELDS United sealed a 3-1 victory over Stratton Youth.
After going into the break 1-0 down, Aaron Marvell levelled matters for Sevenfields, with a cross-shot. United’s second was put away by Jordon Hendon and the third was scored by captain Conor Seymour. Under 16 Division 2 BLUNSDON beat Brinkworth Cats 6-1, thanks in part to Abir Rahman’s brace.
Joe Adams, Josh Palfreeman, Jack Ahrens and Liam Yeates also registered for Blunsdon. Elsewhere, Wanborough Juniors played in two close games over the weekend. On Saturday, goals from Fraser Gordon and Jason Raymond secured a 2-1 win over South Cerney.
On Sunday, Raymond put Wanborough into the lead against Rambury Juniors, but goals in each half saw the hosts take all three points.
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