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Post-match 8/10/16

Last Updated: Oct 9, 2016 06:25pm
Crowle, Wychavon
By Colin Mortiboys
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Saturday 8th October: Week 5

 

On a dry, autumn morning, the majority of matches featured our internal cup competitions.

 

Under 18's Cup

Pershore Town welcomed Welford Juniors to the King George 5th Stadium and there were plenty of goals to keep the crowd entertained. Mr OG, Harry Dunn and Andrew Ward scored for Town but it was Welford who sealed the match 5-3 as Eden Sadler-Baker (2),  Thomas Walsh (2) and Thomas Bromley fired the visitors into the next round.

 

Under 16 Cup

Lenches and Alcester Town Juniors served up a cup cracker as the match was a very even encounter throughout. Leo Fleming hit a goal in each half for Lenches but each time the visitors hit back to tie the score. With 7-minutes remaining, James Elwell's long throw into the Town box was handled and the referee pointed to the spot. Connor Wagstaff stepped up and calmly put the ball into the right hand corner of the net to put Lenches 3-2 up and despite some late pressure from Alcester, the hosts held on to go through to Round 2.


Under 15 Cup

Bidford Juniors 6-1 win ensured a comfortable passage to Round 2 as Jack Read hit a hat-trick.

Meadow Park just edged in 2-1 over Welland Junior FC Lions, Joe Green & Matt Edward on the score-sheet for Park.

Tewkesbury Town Colts put their League form to one side with a cup win over Lenches FC, Ben  Major & George Kirtland with the goals.

Welford Juniors will be happy with their 5-4 win over previously unbeaten Pool B leaders Badsey Rangers. Oliver Burdett got a goal but the day belonged to Robert Singer whose accuracy in front of goal brought him 4-goals.

 

Under 14 Cup

Ilmington United progressed with a 5-0 away win, Harry Cronshaw with two of the United goals.

Shipston Excelsior from Pool B travelled to Pool A opponents Eckington Juniors and gained a surprise 3-1 victory.  Sebastian Brothwood hit the Eckington goal but the away team responded with Oscar Hair (2) and a goal from substitute Harry Langford.

Another Pool B side through are in form Welford Pumas who overcame Pool A Lenches FC on penalties.

Moreton Rangers showed their Pool A pedigree as they put out Drakes Broughton Rangers, 4-2 the final score.  Barnaby Burden and Archie Gibbs scored for Drakes while Arthur Harrison and a well taken hat-trick from Henry Smyth sealed it for the home side.

Impressive Newtown Sports Juniors had no problems moving into the next Round with a 6-1 win, Gino Macey with two of his sides goals.

Pershore Town Piranhas also showed their bite as they won comfortably, Ben Solomon hitting a remarkable six goals!

Droitwich Spa Vipers were another side to show how clinical they are in front of goal as Matthew Simms also got 6-goals to help his side through to the next round.

In an incredible day of players hitting six goals, Evan Ward also completed the feat as his Westbury Celtic Youth won with ease.

In the all Pool C tie,Evesham United Colts defeated Broadway United Youth, two goals in this one for Reagan Martin.

equaliser before Henry Bell slotted home the winner for the home side.


Under 13 Cup

Two 1st half goals were enough for Pershore Town as they overcame Alcester Town Rangers.

Meadow Park nearly caused a cup shock but eventually went out 2-1 at home to Welford Juniors.  James Rose had scored for Park but Fred Bailey and Jack Boazman got Welford over the finishing line.


News

As the school half-term break approaches, any teams that wish to bring forward a match should make contact with perspective opponent's  a soon as possible. This may ease the pressure of likely postponements during Dec / Jan / Feb. If your team does re-arrange a match, then please remember to notify Dave Hyde in advance so that he can update the system.

 

In some age groups you will see that fixtures have already been scheduled up to Saturday 28th May, which is the last date that matches can take place for this season. With more postponements expected due to unfit pitches, this may result in many fixtures having to be scheduled for midweek, so to avoid player availability & travel issues, please make every effort to utilise any open dates you may currently have.