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Junior Football round-up
9:20am Wednesday 7th March 2012 in Junior Sport
Kirkbymoorside Under-11s reached the final of the League Cup with a 3-2 win at Seamer.
Rory Leonard (2) and Oliver Magson were the goal heroes.
Old Malton U11s thrashed Tadcaster Magnets 12-0 in atrocious conditions.
Theo Wilkie and William Rodgers ended with four goals apiece while Sam Mann scored a first-half hattrick.
Man-of-the-match Jake Wiles also netted before going in goal and making some good saves. Charlie Coulson had also kept goal well.
Lucie Nichols scored both goals as Kirkbymoorside U11s Girls won 2-0 at Copmanthorpe.
Max Harland scored for Kirkbymoorside U10s in a 4-1 defeat to Fishburn Park.
Old Malton U10s ‘A’ and Pickering Town U10s ‘A’ took a creditable point apiece from a highly competitive derby.
Pickering applied early pressure but were unable to find a way past Liam Mansbridge and Taylor Watson in the Malton defence.
They also began the second half strongly and took the lead.
But it gave Old Malton the wakeup call they needed and Josh Lee found Patrick Jackson, who headed home the rebound after his initial shot was well saved.
Lewis Pople and Von Sumsard worked well for Old Malton, for whom man-of-the-match Aziz Kir produced a brilliant save in the last minute to ensure the 1-1 draw.
Striker Arthur Rees scored the winner as Old Malton U10s ‘B’ edged Pickering Town U10s ‘B’ 4-3.
Joseph Matique put Malt ahead but the visitors hit back to lead 2-1 at half-time. Malton’s man of the match, William Thomas, and Matique turned it round again before Pickering again levelled at 3-3.
Brooklyn U9s Lions were pipped 2-1 at Tockwith ‘A’. Brooklyn’s goal was an own goal from a fine Billy Leach corner. The man of the match was Oliver Tetlow.
Man-of-the-match Billy Chapman scored four goals as Brooklyn U9s Tigers won 5-2 in an end-toend game at Tockwith ‘B’.
George Daisey’s great saves kept the scores level before Brooklyn went ahead through Chapman and a Josh Garvey free-kick. Tockwith stayed in it until Chapman got Brooklyn’s fourth goal after taking on four players. His fourth came from a great ball by Sam Honey.
Alfie Walker was Kirkbymoorside U9s’ man of the match in a 7-0 loss at Cayton, while Sam Rawson scored Kirkbymoorside U8s’ goal in a 3- 1 defeat to Berlington Jackdaws.
Brooklyn U8s Lions battled hard to win 3-2 at Woodthorpe.
Matthew Lock set up top-scorer Oliver Towse’s opener and Ethan Oakes’ winner, sandwiching man-ofthe- match Luke Stannard’s first goal of the season.
The second game was abandoned as a draw after 10 minutes due to bad weather.
Brooklyn U8s Tigers lost 4-0 at Woodthorpe. Rhys Grainge and Emily Cooper worked hard, while goalkeeper Jamie Scurry kept the score down in a player-of-the-match performance.
Brooklyn Under-16s were given a football lesson at York Cubs en route to a 7-1 defeat.
The hosts went 4-0 up before Brooklyn battled back well. They conceded another goal but just before half-time a delightful chip from the edge of the area by Steve Hoggard gave them a deserved goal.
In the second half, Hoggard went close three times times, Zac Holmes hit the bar from range and Ryan Cooper tested the ’keeper, but Cubs added two more at the other end.
Brooklyn ’keeper Adam Hawes played as a striker due to injuries and ran the line well, Hoggard doing well alongside him. James Sturdy and Cor-mac Hopkinson played well in defence while stand-in ’keeper Josh Coulson’s tremendous man-of-the-match display kept the score respectable.
Brooklyn U14s gave their all but were edged out in the York FA Cup semi-final in a 2-1 defeat to Wigginton. Top-scorer Morgan Fraser put Brooklyn ahead early on but a minute later Wigginton equalised. Wigginton scored their second goal 10 minutes into the second half and held on despite a valiant effort from Brooklyn, for whom defender Matthew Simpson was man of the match.
Frayer Morton and Hattie Braithwaite were on target for Kirkbymoorside U14s Girls in 2-2 draw at Wigginton.
Luke Balderson scored six goals as Pickering Town U12s won 10-3 at Tockwith amid horrendous conditions.
Pikes goalkeeper Tom Poor made a great save before his side went ahead as a short corner between Thomas Richardson and Maurice Calton Seal set up Balderson’s first. Andrew Tiffney and Richardson created his second and fourth respectively, while he turned provider for Tiffney to net.
Luke Hornby also scored with a cool finish and Richardson finished from a Ben Metcalfe cross.
A fine passing move at the start of the second half ended with Marc Hanson setting up Richardson to score the goal of the game, before Tockwith fought back with three unanswered strikes, despite Ethan Chan excelling in defence.
Brooklyn U12s walloped poor Rufforth 17-0, 10 goals coming in the second half, one from goalkeeper Ben Pickering, who played outfield.
Other scorers were Stephen Kerr (2), Oliver Farrow (2), Josh Wade, Joe Tetlow, James Allan, Luke Scott (3), Jake Ullah (2), Josh Carter and Josh Berry (3).
Kirkbymoorside U12s lost 7-3 to Berlington Jackdaws. Lewis Eustace (2) and Lucas Davison were Kirkby’s marksmen.