NORTH WILTS YOUTH LEAGUE: Perfect Zac sinks Amesbury

This Is Wiltshire: Action from Swindon Rangers Under 12s' 2-0 win over Ferndale Action from Swindon Rangers Under 12s' 2-0 win over Ferndale

ROBINS’ front men proved far too hot to handle for Amesbury Juniors in the first round of the under 11s county cup.

A thumping 11-2 victory was notched up by the visitors which included a perfect hat-tick for Zac Stewart-Skinner - right and left-foot finishes and a header.

Jordan Murray also banged in three goals and Jude Collins and Cameron Braganza-Osman notched braces, while Brandon Martin completed the scoring.

Under 13 County Cup

WROUGHTON’S good form continued as they defeated Malmesbury 6-0 courtesy of a hat-trick from Sam Roberts and further goals from Matt Lawson and Jo Marshall.

Wootton Bassett Town Under 13s Yellow demolished Wootton Bassett Town Under 12s Yellow 13-0.

Lewis Cholod smashed in five goals and Jamie Byrom grabbed a hat-trick, while the other goals were scored by Tom Miller, Charlie Emmerson, Luke Weekes, Declan Cox and Joshua Curtis.

Jordan Hyde (2), Jake Marsh, Lee Murphy, Charlie Britten and Tyler Lewis put Greenmeadow 6-0 up at half-time against Trowbridge.

Hitting back in the second half, Trowbridge were kept at bay by some great saves from Tyler Burton.

Jack Trott (3), Britten and Sam Jones finished off the scoring for Greenmeadow.

Under 9 League Cup

FERNDALE progressed to the next round of the cup after winning a five-goal thriller against Liden.

Having been two goals ahead, Ferndale were pegged back to 2-2 but went on to score the winning goal.

Ollie Pickett, Ollie Endicott and Zane Pinnock all scored for Ferndale.

Under 10 League Cup

LIDEN came through 3-2 against Hungerford but were made to work hard for it.

Dan Courtney’s through-ball allowed Dean Haddrell to take the ball round the keeper to make it 1-0, and Haddrell then bagged a second.

Hungerford were quick out of the blocks after the break and scored twice within the first five minutes.

With less than a minute left, Tom Ponting found the back of the net to make it 3-2 to Liden.

Highworth Town Juniors H were sunk 1-0 by Ferndale Rodbourne at the Rec.

Under 11 League Cup

HARRISON Jordon set up three goals in Ferndale Rodbourne Pumas’ 5-1 win against Swindon Youth.

Brandon Lewis (2), Ben Dodd, Jamie Harrison and Corey Adams scored for Ferndale.

Forest Green knocked Highworth out of the cup with a 5-2 victory, with Dylan Bolton and Harvey Flippance getting Highworth’s consolations.

Under 12 League Cup

SWINDON Rangers A went through to the next round of the cup following a 3-0 victory against a hard-working Calne side.

Rangers started brightly and forced a succession of corners, but had to wait until midway through the first half to take the lead thanks to a sharp finish by Shaun Wilkinson.

Joe Tyson extended the advantage following a fine pass by Louis Brown.

Ethan Bond wrapped up the result with an excellent finish from the edge of the box as Rangers closed the game out.

Under 9 Division 2

A BATTLING performance by Ferndale Rodbourne against Highworth Town Juniors T ensured they stayed top of the division with goals in each half.

Ollie Pickett and Ollie Endicott made it two goals each in two games over the weekend.

Under 9 Division 4

SWINDON Rangers A edged out Abbey Meads 2-1 to take their winning run to four games in a row.

Imogen Wilkins scored in the second minute and Kevin Prouse added a second from a long-range free kick.

A late goal by Abbey Meads made it 2-1.

Under 10 Division 1

A FERNDALE own goal gave Liden the lead before the advantage became 2-0, thanks to a strike from Sam Morse that found the top corner.

Guilherme Vecci pulled one back just before half-time and after the break Ferndale levelled through Luke Rouse’s header from Ashley Fowler’s corner.

Lewis Roze finished a Ferndale breakaway to make it 3-2 before Dan Courtney volleyed against the underside of the crossbar, only to see his effort bounce out off the line.

Highworth Town Juniors H returned to winning ways as they came from a goal down to win against Robins, courtesy of two strikes from Freddie Merrett.

Greenmeadow Youth were the better team against Croft in the first half and fully deserved their 1-0 lead.

However, Croft came out much stronger in the second period and Jed Phillips scored both of their goals.

Under 10 Division 2

WANBOROUGH Juniors came out on top against Chippenham B thanks to a great goal from Will Sumner.

Under 10 Division 3

HIGHWORTH Town Juniors T fought out a 2-2 draw at home to Swindon Supermarine J with goals from Thomas Harris and man of the match Will Webster.

In a local derby, Stratton Juniors Orange played out a goalless first half against Stratton Juniors Black.

After the break, Ewan Burrows opened the scoring for Orange with a long range effort with Samuel Rejek adding a second late on.

Player of the match Troy Deane made some great saves to keep a clean sheet for Orange.

Under10 Division 4

HIGHWORTH Town Juniors J maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 away win at Abbey Meads Youth. Talli Demetrious got both goals for the Reds.

Under 11 Division 2

CHELSEA Babieri and Shannon King both put in good performances for Ferndale Rodbourne Rovers but it was not enough to stop Wootton Bassett Town Yellow winning 1-0.

Under 11 Division 3

HIGHWORTH Town Juniors J beat Shrivenham & Watchfield Blue 3-2 thanks to goals from Josh MacDivitt, Luke Godwin and William Kendrick.

Highworth Town Juniors C battled hard but ultimately went down 5-2 at Lambourn Sports. Archie Chapman-Jones and Rhys Bowden were on the scoresheet.

Under 11 Division 4

TOMMY Cole opened the scoring in the first half for Northern Lights in their game against Blunsdon Colts.

Connor Robb and Rajendra Limbu notched braces and Harley de Bank also scored to secure the win.

Under 12 Division 1

JOE Tyson hit a first-half hat trick including two wonder-strikes to set Swindon Rangers on their way to a 7-0 victory against Calne.

Tyson hit a long-range stunner and a left-footed volley home amongst his three first-half goals in a lively Rangers performance.

Finley Merchant applied a neat finish and Dan Hopper converted a long-range free kick to put Rangers 5-0 up at half-time.

Tyson scored his fourth from long range after the resumption to cap a man of the match performance, while Shaun Wilkinson finished from close in.

Ferndale YCFC's eight players produced a tireless team performance against a strong Swindon Rangers side, but eventually lost 2-0.

Under 12 Division 3

JOSH Haynes scored a penalty and Lewis Gardner produced a player of the match performance for Ferndale Rodbourne Colts as they lost 2-1 to Marlborough Youth.

Under 14 Division 1

SWINDON Supermarine ran out 5-0 winners against Shaw thanks to goals from Louis O’Shea (2), Tom Holland (2) and Cameron Shrub.

Brinkworth Cats held a slender lead against Liden after Ronan Hollier scored, but Owen Smith and a late Jordan Richards goal gave Liden victory.

Under 14 Division 3

SEVENFIELDS United finally found the win that their form deserved against Stratton Youth.

Sevenfields started brightly with Bradley Marvell getting the first in the 7-1 victory. Skipper Keelan Boyce and Marvell grabbed the second and third before the break.

After the restart, Boyce got another before Stratton scored their only goal of the game.

As the clocked ticked down Haydon Money scored his first goal in his two years, Owen Lewis turned in a Jordon Hendon cross and Marvell scored with the last kick of the game.

Under 15 Division 1

BRINKWORTH Cats R started brightly but it was Swindon Supermarine that took the lead midway throught the first half thanks to Coner Sibley.

Dan Harry made it 2-0 soon after but Brinkworth were unfortunate not to pull one back after David Harvey denied them with a penalty save.

The second half saw another goal for Sibley and a goal apiece for Alex Cook and Ayus Darlami, as the game finished 5-0 to Supermarine.

Under 17/18 Division 1

WANBOROUGH gained their first win of the season after an impressive first-half display against Hungerford Town.

Matt Raymond opened the scoring, with Matt Cousins scoring a brace in each half.

Although Hungerford came back strongly after the break, Wanborough held on for the win.

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