NORTH WILTS YOUTH LEAGUE: Rangers have one hand on title after Malmesbury win (From This Is Wiltshire)
NORTH WILTS YOUTH LEAGUE: Rangers have one hand on title after Malmesbury win
SWINDON Rangers Allstars moved to within one point of being crowned North Wilts Youth Division One 11-a-side champions with a solid 9-0 win over Malmesbury.
Dan Hopper’s goal midway through the first half gave Rangers a 1-0 lead at the interval before Joe Tyson set Rangers on their way in the second half.
Dan Skinner struck twice, while Fin Thompson bagged a hat-trick before Harry Skippen netted two to put one hand on the title for Rangers.
In the Under 11s Division One, Town Juniors H were unlucky to concede late and lose at Croft Juniors Red with Freddie Merrett having equalised for the away side after the break.
However, the following day they defeated Robins 4-0 with Talli Demetrious netting a hat-trick and Beyazit Durdu adding the fourth.
In Division Two, Highworth Town Juniors T powered to a 6-1 at Swindon Supermarine J. A hat-trick from man-of-the-match Will Webster, two from Cameron Hicks and one from Thomas Harris sealed the win.
Supermarine overcame a determined Liden side 2-1 in Under 12 Division One, thanks to goals from Daniel Clare and Samuel Crame.
Another superb team performance from Ferndale earned them a fabulous 5-1 win against a strong, well organised Broad Town side in Under 13 Division One.
Two goals for Dawid Osinski and strikes from player-of-the-match Brandon Page, Callum Barrett and Harry Salter completed the scoring for Ferndale.
In Under 15 Division One, Shrivenham completed a derby day 3-0 victory at Highworth. Callum Hunt gave the visitors the lead following a corner before Mahdi Heydari tapped in at the far post for the second.
Shrivenham hit their hosts on the break in the second half to make it three, as Nick Moore calmly slotted past Dan Lake.
Supermarine’s Louis O’Shea helped earn his side a 1-1 draw with Purton Youth, who took the lead with a second-half penalty.
Croft Juniors returned to winning ways in the Under 15s Division Two with a 5-0 victory over Hungerford Town.
Brandon Sardo and Harry Skinner struck to give Croft a 2-0 lead at the break before Skinner grabbed his second after the interval and Joseph Kirby and Conlan Mann completed the win.
Despite being a goal down, at half time, Swindon Supermarine hit back to beat Chippenham 3-1 in Under 16 Division One.
Callum Matthews pulled Supermarine level when he turned home Jack Steed’s through ball before Leigh Richards and Antonio Gerrish sealed the points.