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Round-up 17/10/15

Last Updated: Oct 20, 2015 07:55pm
Crowle, Wychavon
By Colin Mortiboys
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Week 6 of the League and a reduced fixture list:

Under 14's Division

Badsey Rangers put themselves top of the table with a convincing home win over Littleton Juniors, as J.D. Cole and Harry Davies both grabbed a hat-trick.

Under 13's Pool A

Bidford Juniors hosted Lenches FC on a fresh, sunny morning, and in a close game, it was Lenches who held on to take the points. The away side led 2-0 at the break with Romeo Johnson-Williams and Samuel Vaughan on the scoresheet, but Bidford rallied in the 2nd half and a spectacular 25-yard effort from Max Thomas with 15-minutes to go made it a nervous time for Lenches, but they withstood the home sides pressure to hold out for a 2-1 win.

Tewkesbury Town Colts travelled to Eckington Juniors Ospreys and secured all three points with a comfortable victory which saw Finlay Hulse bag a hat-trick.

Ilmington United won 2-0 at home to Moreton Rangers with goals from Harry Cronshaw and Alistair McCallum.

Newtown Sports Juniors kept a clean sheet and took three points as a Luke Meredith goal brought them a narrow 1-0 victory.

Under 13's Pool B

Droitwich Spa Vipers lost 4-1 at Eckington Juniors Eagles, Matthew Simms getting the Vipers only goal of the game.

Welford Juniors Pumas hit six goals at home to give them a win that keeps them just a point of leaders, Cookley Sports. Among the Pumas scorers, were Maximillian Haudebourg and George Modler who got 2-goals apiece.

It was honours even as Welland Junior Lions drew 1-1 with Littleton Juniors, Herbie Grogan-Southam got the all important goal for the Lions.

Under 13's Pool C

Bretforton Juniors secured a 4-3 home win over Broadway United Youth with goals from Jenson Munro and a hat-trick from Ethan Rimmer.

Evesham United Robins were in hot form as they overcame Tewkesbury Town Panthers. Tom Stone opened the scoring for the Robins which seemed to settle them and just before the interval, Mateusz Witalec doubled their lead. Into the 2nd half and the Panthers came at the Robins with some excellent passing football but the defence held firm and managed to counter quickly with Adam Walzak slotting home the third. Evesham then turned up the pressure with a headed goal from Kyle Allen followed by further goals from Mateusz and Tom Stone to put the score at 6-0 at the final whistle.

Goals from Benjamin Leah and James Watson gave Welland Junior Colts a 2-1 home win over Meadow Park, but Park can be pleased with their performance at the other side of the County.

Under 12's Pool A

Alcester Town Juniors 3-1 home win over Nunnery Wood Colts Ospreys keeps them near the top, as two goals from Joe Geldero and one from Nathanial O'Neill put the Stratford Road side in command.

Warndon Villages Colts are another team in the ascendancy as they won away at Shipston Excelsior. Vanylson Silva came off the bench to claim two of his sides goals, while James Cooper got the Colts POTM award.

The Big Meadow staged the local derby between Bidford and Welford and in an end-to-end game it was Welford who took maximum points with a 2-1 final score, with both goals coming from Daniel Lewis.

Evesham United Robins' 3-1 home win over Ilmington United was secured with goals from Benjamin Arthurs, Antonio Pirelli and Ben Robinson.

Moreton Rangers held on to secure a 3-2 home win over Crowle Searchers in an exciting match that could have gone either way. Toby Stevens (2) and Oliver Hedges struck for Rangers but Crowle hit back with goals from Ned Harvey and Harvey Stewart.

Tewkesbury Town Colts lost to the team with the longest name in the League, Leigh & Bransford Badgers Palace. Christopher Ballinger got the consolation goal for the Colts.

Under 12's Pool C

Charlie Mogg contributed 5-goals in Worcester Colts win at Droitwich Spa Kestrels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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