Koomson goal puts Meadow into final

SWINDON Rangers celebrated their Under 13s Division One (11v11) title success with a 16-0 win over a battling Malmesbury Youth side.

Rangers started brightly and were quickly 4-0 up thanks to goals from Dan Skinner. Joe Tyson (2) and Dan Hopper.

Skinner then hit a lightening quick first half treble to take his tally to four in the game with Sean Wilkinson netting from the edge of the box to make it 8-0.

Ethan Bond was another to hit a treble before Wilkinson added his second and then Fin Thompson bagged a brace to make it 14.

Kyle Spackman hit a fierce drive to further increase the score and goalkeeper Harvey George put the cherry on the cake with Rangers final goal.

Rangers then underlined their champions status later in the week with a 13-0 win against a well organised Broadtown team.

Rangers were in top form as their strike partnership of Tyson and Skinner struck four apiece to take their partnership to 78 for the season and their team’s tally to 181.

Rangers other scorers were Dan Hopper (2), Fin Merchant, Fin Thompson and Toby Kutassy.

Ferndale’s player of the match Dexter Barrett showed great awareness and composure on the ball enabling his team to build from the back in their 12-0 victory against Stratton Juniors.

There were hat-tricks for Matty Conner, Jason Werrell and Callum Barrett, two for Brandon Page and an excellent solo effort from Bailey Gallagher.

Then six more goals for Callum Barrett, two for Dawid Osinski and a goal each for Matty Conner, Harry Salter, Brandon Page and Dawid Osinski coupled with a player of the match performance from Brandon Kandola-Conagahan saw Ferndale claim a 12-0 win against the hard-working Malmesbury Youth.

Broad Town Colts claimed a 3-2 win over Ferndale Rodbourne, whose goals came courtesy of Brandon Page and a Kyle Meader-Harris penalty.

Division 3 (9v9)

Ferndale felt a little unlucky in their 5-3 defeat to Stratton Youth.

With the score poised at 4-3 late in the game Harry Johnson hit the post for Ferndale then Stratton doubled their lead in the final moments of the game.

Neo Heath, Ben Simons and Joe Gleed scored for Ferndale.

Supermarine G, won the league with a great team performance with Patric Braithwaite scoring five goals which saw them 6-0 up at half time against Croft.

Croft played well in the second half and pulled a goal back but with great play from Will Barron, Cameron Bolt scored, Taylor Gara then hit a great free kick and Ryan Pearce scoring.

Under 11 Division 1

Highworth Town’s Bradley Poole, Talli Demetrious and Freddie Merrett were all on the score sheet in their 3-0 win against Wootton Bassett Town Blue.

Greenmeadow bounced back from their defeat in the Wiltshire Cup final last weekend with a win over Liden.

The visitors eventually broke Liden down in the second half thanks to strikes from Liam Davis and Cyril Koomson.

Division 4

Jack Cremin put FC Abbey Meads Colts ahead against Wootton Bassett Town White and Riccardo Rossi added a second to make it 2-0. Wootton Bassett pulled a goal back before James Ejsmont sealed a 3-1 win for FC Abbey Meads.

Under 12 Division 1

Wootton Bassett Town Blue goalkeeper Nathaniel O’Dwyer pulled of a string of outstanding saves, but it was not enough to stop Ferndale Rodbourne Pumas winning by 3-0.

Brandon Lewis scored a delghtful goal before Colin Adams and Calum Lansley completed the scoriing after some fine passing moves. Chelsea Barbieri had an outstanding game for Puma's.

Under 14 Division 1

Wootton Bassett Town Yellow guaranteed a final top four spot as they moved back into third place with a hard fought 4-3 home win over North Bristol.

Bassett were 3-2 in front at half time with a double from Tom Miller including a penalty and a goal from captain Jamie Byrom.

Miller completed his hat trick in the second half to get the winner.

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