NORTH WILTS YOUTH FOOTBALL: Highworth's double treble
HIGHWORTH Town Juniors T recorded a fantastic 8-3 away win at Croft Juniors Blue in Under 10 Division 3.
Hat-tricks from Cameron Hicks and Thomas Harris - who got the Arthur Ayres memorial man of the match award - and goals from Joshua Uzzell and Tye Lennon sealed the points. Swindon Supermarine took an early lead against Stratton Juniors Orange with Kieran Curtis equalising before half time.
Supermarine scored two good unanswered goals in the second half to take the points.
Two games in two days saw Stratton Juniors Black take on Stratton Youth on Saturday and Fairford Town Youth on Sunday.
Saturday’s game saw a goalless first half with both teams coming close.
In the second half Stratton Black scored in quick succession with a hat-trick from Lewis Paoletta, a brace from Jamie McConnell and a great strike by George Herbert.
Stratton Youth managed to score a consolation goal. Stratton Black recorded their second victory of the weekend with a 3-2 victory over Fairford Town Youth.
Jack Walkett grabbed two goals while a great strike by Lewis Paoletta secured the points.
Under 9 Division 1
A QUICKFIRE brace from Adam King and second-half goals from Reegan Messenger (2) and William Collis-Smith were enough for Croft to take all three points against Stratton.
Under 9 Division 2
FERNDALE Rodbourne remained top of Division Two after Zane Pinnock (3), Ollie Pickett (2) and Joah Hall all found the net in their 6-0 win over Ashton Keynes, whose goalkeeper was outstanding and made several good saves.
Under 10 Division 1
CROFT Juniors took the lead in an evenly-matched game with Liden Community before Tom Ponting pulled the away side level.
The second half was just as close as the first and Croft re-took the lead. Liden had their chances but failed to convert and the game ended 2-1 to Croft.
Highworth Town Juniors H produced a superb performance to run out 3-0 winners at Forest Green Rovers. Liam Hares and Daniel Warre netted in the first half with Hares adding a third after the break.
Ben Cardus opened the scoring for Greenmeadow in their game against Hungerford, who defended brilliantly.
Max Whitfield, Cardus, and Josh Sawford each hit a brace while Thomas Lane and Rowan Doyle added singles.
The result allowed Greenmeadow to continue their unbeaten run this season and remain top of the table.
Under 10 Division 2
A fast-paced match between Wanborough Juniors and Wroughton saw the former side open the scoring through Jacob Chilcott, before Wroughton equalised. Wanborough answered with another from Chilcott, a brace from Tom Moore and a goal from Cam Averies.
Under 10 Division 4
HIGHWORTH Town Juniors J continued their winning ways with a 6-1 home win against Avebury at the Rec on Saturday. Drew Ellis got two, with Talli Demetrious (3) and Ethan Carlile scoring their first goals for the club.
Highworth battled to a 1-1 draw with South Cerney at the Rec on Sunday. James Whettam grabbed the equaliser for Highworth with only a couple of minutes to go.
Under 11 Division 1
HIGHWORTH continued their good start to the season, winning 7-3 against Shaw.
Jack Payne netted his 22nd goal of the season, Dylan Boulton got one and Ethan Parker completed the scoring.
Under 11 Division 3
HIGHWORTH Town Juniors C battled out a 2-2 draw at Hungerford Town Juniors with goals from Archie Bowman and Noah Ferrison.
Under 11 Division 4
CONNOR Robb opened the scoring for Northern Lights against visitors Shrivenham & Watchfield in the first half. Goals from Tommy Cole, Aamuyla Gurrug, Tyler Simmons and Harley de Bank saw home team win 5-1.
Under 12 Division 1
SWINDON Rangers A produced a superb performance against an impressive FC Abbeymeads side with a 1-0 win. Rangers created chances through the game and it was Finley Merchant who ensured Rangers took the points in a tense and entertaining game.
A superb second-half team performance saw Ferndale Rodbourne turn a slim 2-1 lead into a 7-2 win against a resilient and hard-working FC Calne team. Ferndale's goalscorers were Harry Salter (2), James Davis (2), Matt Connor, Kyle Meader-Harris and Bailey Gallagher.
Under 12 Division 2
EXCELLENT goalkeeping from Ferndale's player of the match, Alex Parker, still couldn't deny a well-organised Broad Town Colts team a 6-0 win.
Under 12 Division 3
GOALKEEPER Steve Flower spurred on Ferndale Rodbourne Colts to overturn a two-goal deficit, earning a point in a 3-3 draw against top-of-the-table Lambourn Sports. Ferndale's goalscorers were Josh Haynes, Neo Heath and Ben Simons.
Under 13 Division 2 (11v11)
WROUGHTON Youth remain unbeaten following their 14-1 win over Swindon Supermarine.
Among the goals were Brandon Duddy, Al Moxham, Tyler Fitchett, Sam Roberts, Jo Marshall, Sean Blunsdon and Matt Lawson. In an entertaining game Shrivenham & Watchfield went 3-0 up before Lee Murphy pulled two back for Greenmeadow.
In the second half Shrivenham & Watchfield scored a fourth before Murphy got his hat-trick.
Under 14 Division 1
SHRIVENHAM and Watchfield defeated Shaw with a deserved victory. Jamie Pinnock opened the scoring from the penalty spot to put the hosts 1-0 up at half-time.
In the second half a further goal from Nick Moore and then a third from Sam Walker - his first for the club - completed the win in fine style.
Brinkworth Cats were tied at 2-2 at half-time with Purton Youth thanks to goals from Cameron Delaney and Martin Sinclair. Purton however enjoyed the edge in the second half, running out 4-2 winners.
Under 14 Division 3
HIGHWORTH Town Juniors T and South Cerney fought out a 3-3 draw at Warneford School. Ollie Mulraney hit a brace which included a penalty while George Willis was also on target for Highworth.
Sevenfields United recorded their fifth league defeat of the season with a 2-1 loss against Brinkworth Cats Red. Conor Seymour scored the only goal of the game for United as he put in a man of the match display.
Under 15 Division 1
ELDENE Rangers drew 4-4 with FC Chippenham in a very entertaining game. Tyler Cobb twice put Eldene in front but they were pegged back before Charlie Carter made it 3-2. Back came Chippenham but it was Eldene that thought they had won it when Shaun Jones scored.
However, Chippenham levelled late on to secure a point.
Under 16 Division 1
KIERAN O'Daly opened the scoring for Supermarine early on against Fairford.
Some excellent saves from the Fairford goalkeeper kept the score at 1-0 at half-time.
In the second half Supermarine scored another four in fairly quick succession through O'Daly, Evan Costello, Callum Wells and Aaron Sawyer.
Under 9 League Cup
AN ADAM King goal and a William Collis-Smith wonder-strike saw Croft progress to the quarter-finals of the cup with an extra-time victory over Chippenham.
Under 11 League Cup
BOTH Robins teams met in the second round of the cup with the A team from Division One coming out victorious over a resolute Robins JS team from Division Three. Bradley Hirst, Callum Stagg and Zac Stewart-Skinner all registered.
Under 15 County Cup
DESPITE going 1-0 down in the first five minutes, Swindon Supermarine did well to keep Swindon Youth out and the first half finished 1-0. Supermarine started the second half brighter and were unfortunate not to level early on.
However, Youth were the stronger side and the game eventually finished 3-0.
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