Ketton U15 10 Spalding U15 0
KETTON U15s surpassed even their recent, impressive form by hitting double figures, against Spalding.
Ketton hit five in each half, with some scintillating passing football, along the way.
Captain Joe Morley got the home side off to a flyer, finishing off a great move. He then set up Rudi Jurkschat to score the second and Ketton eased three up, with a smashing strike from the edge of the area, from Ben Musson.
Tom Mann slotted away a penalty, for number four and the superb Morley rounded off the home side’s best half of the season.
Ketton rotated the team throughout the second period, but still managed to double their tally, with two great strikes from the industrious
Scott Toomey, another from Mann, and from Morley to complete a well-deserved hat-trick before an unfortunate own goal completed the rout.
Ketton held firm at the back throughout for another clean sheet with Reece Chandler, Louis Bowden, and the returning Charlie Skellett, all putting in eye-catching performances.
Ketton: Jack Parker, Charlie Mitchell, Reece Chandler, Louis Bowden,Jacob Howe,Rory Gibson, Tom Mann, Dan Carr, Scott Toomey, Rudi Jurkschat, Joe Morley, Charlie Skellett,Ben Musson, Alex Birch.
Blackstones U10 2
Powerleague Colts 5
COLTS opened the scoring in a fast-paced game that was lively throughout.
Blackstones replied with some fantastic football between Sol Walker and Ethan Ellison which led to a cracking goal, levelling within the first ten minutes.
Colts retook the lead but minutes later Blackstones were again level. A superb corner from Jamie Pumpr was turned in by Josh Theodore.
Early in the second half, Colts missed a penalty but soon after took the lead for the third time in the match. And this time they held on to it. Ultimately the Colts were too strong in midfield and the Blackstones defence was beaten two more times.
Without the exceptional goalkeeping skills of Kier Clarke the score could have been higher. Blackstones were beaten by a much stronger side.
Stamford Girls U15 4
Wyberton Wildcats 4
STAMFORD dominated the first half with some impressive teamwork between the girls.
Worthington, Bailey and Henshaw combined for Stamford’s first goal, with Henshaw finding the corner of the net.
Ten minutes later, Worthington headed a second.
Five minutes into the second half, Wyberton pulled a goal back from a free kick but Stamford restored their two goal cushion through Ward.
Ward added her second a few minutes later and with 15 minutes to go and 4-1 up, it seemed as if Stamford were going to get a well-deserved, first-ever victory against their lrivals.
But after working so hard, for so long, Stamford ran out of steam and the Wildcats took full advantage, drawing level in the final minute.
Stamford: Bailey, Walpole, Ireland, Clarke, Kaufman, Hyland, Cotterill, Henshaw, Smith, Ward, Haywood, Worthington, Want.