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Football: Net gains as Kirkbymoorside twosome enjoy routs
3:01pm Wednesday 26th September 2012 in Junior Sport
TWO junior teams from Kirkbymoorside went goal crazy as they hit 25 strikes between them.
Kirkbymoorside U12s romped to a 14-2 victory over Scalby Stags, with Daniel Ward scoring four.
James Farrow (2), Ben Teasdale (2), Toby Higgs (2), Matthew Tarry, Lawrence Blades, Oliver Magson and Joe Hartland also got on the scoresheet in the 12 goal victory.
Kirkbymoorside U14s enjoyed similar success, as Keelan Simpson scored six in an 11-3 victory over Holts FC.
Archie Barnes bagged a hat-trick with Jacob Konja and Ryan Hamblett also on target.
Old Malton U12s also had much to smile about as they picked up an impressive 3-0 away win over top-of the-table-Tadcaster Albion.
Malton dominated the game with Eliot Bulmer scoring early. An own goal followed shortly after before Jake Wiles added the third before half-time.
Heslerton U15s were all smiles, too, as they went joint top of the league with a 3-0 win over Fishburn.
A man-of-the-match performance from Brad Millburn in the Heslerton goal was supported by goals from Smith, Green and Walmsley to give the side a fairly comfortable victory.
Two goals from Alex Lilly weren’t enough for Kirkbymoorside U13s as they went down 5-3 to Eastfield, but Kirkbymoorside U11s beat Flixton 3-1 thanks to Max Harland, Thomas Fairburn and an own goal.
Kirkbymoorside U9s suffered a 5-0 defeat at home to Hunmanby and t Kirkbymoorside U15s were edged out 3-2 by Scholes Park Raiders, Kieron Bowes and Charlie Williams getting the goals for Kirkby.
Heslerton U10s crushed Kirkbymoorside U10s 7-0, with Ethan Smith scoring five, which included a first half hat-trick, and Joel Buckle and Sam Booth also finding the net.
Heslerton U12s lost 5-1 at Burton Jackdaws and Heslerton U9s suffered a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Goldsborough despite two goals from in-form striker Brad Spillar.
Zameze Deans, David Heywood and Ryan Hugill all scored hat-tricks, with Hugill bagging his three goals inside 10 second-half minutes.
Pickering Town U11s enjoyed a 7-0 victory over Holt FC.
Pickering enjoyed a large share of the possession and had several chances to take the lead in the first half but found Holt’s goalkeeper in fine form, making notable saves from Luke Shepherd, Owen Ellis and Tom Wright.
Wright put Town in front cutting in from the right past two defenders and slotting past the ’keeper, and he doubled their lead with virtually the last kick of the half.
In the second half it was more of the same with the excellent George Ridler completing a hat-trick, while Wright added a further two goals to take his personal tally to four.
After last week’s heroic performance with 10 men, Brooklyn U15s fell to an embarrassing 6-0 defeat against Bishopthorpe, caused mainly by woeful defending and individual errors.
After controlling the first 20 minutes, Brooklyn conceded three goals in a five-minute spell and Bishopthorpe added a fourth just before half-time.
Brooklyn tried to push forward in the second half, but defensive errors saw them concede two more goals.
Brooklyn U14s’ disappointing start to the season continued with a 4-1 defeat at Rawcliffe, but Brooklyn U9s Lions had better luck with 5-0 and 5-3 wins over Fulford ‘A’.
Ethan Oakes scored four times in the first game, with Matthew Lock the hero in the second as he secured a late win by completing his hat-trick in the dying minutes.
Brooklyn U9s Tigers lost their first game 4-2 against Fulford ‘B’ before recovering to record a 2-0 win in the second. Rhys Grainge and Josh McBurnie got on the scoresheet, with Riley Howe taking the man-of-the-match award for his superb performance at centre-back.
Old Malton U11s let a lead slip as they lost 5-2 to Woodthorpe, Von Sumsard and Lewis Pople notching for Old Malton before Woodthorpe scored four straight goals to take the points.