NORTH WILTS YOUTH LEAGUE: Ferndale inspired by Chelsea

Swindon Advertiser: Tom Phillips in action for Supermarine against Croft Tom Phillips in action for Supermarine against Croft

CHELSEA Babieri was the inspiration for Ferndale Rodbourne Rovers as they overcome Wootton Bassett Yellow 3-1 in Under 11 Division 2.

Bassett took the lead before midfielder Babieri set up two of the Ferndale’s three goals.

Harry Standen, Calum Lansley and Colin Adams scored for Rovers.

Under 9 Division 2

WROUGHTON Youth Blue and Ferndale Rodbourne played out a battling 0-0 draw.

Under 9 Division 4

RANGERS Under 9s bagged a 6-0 win over FC Chippenham thanks to goals from Jack Lampard (2), Jack Ratcliffe (2), Emily Hewitt and Kevin Prouse, as well as another clean sheet for goalkeeper Brandon Ricketts.

Under 10 Division 1

CROFT Juniors Red created several good chances in the first half only to fall 1-0 down against Liden Community at the break.

However, Croft equalised in the first minute of the second half when Jed Phillips scored with a bullet header from a corner.

A couple of minutes later Spencer Bunce finished a lovely passing move before Tyger-J Hall rounded off the scoring for Croft with a good solo effort.

There was a 2-2 draw at the Rec between Highworth Town Juniors H and Forest Green Rovers, with Sebastian Goddard and Freddie Merrett scoring for the home side.

Under 10 Division 3

HIGHWORTH Town Juniors T fought out a 1-1 draw with Croft Juniors Blue at the Rec.

Stratton Juniors Orange took the lead against Supermarine through a great run and strike from Paul Amoni.

But in the second half, Supermarine scored three second half goals to finish on top.

Lewis Paoletta scored for Stratton Juniors Black in their 1-1 draw against Fairford Youth.

Under 10 Division 4

HIGHWORTH Town Juniors J got a well-earned 2-2 draw against Wootton Bassett at the Rec.

Talli Demetrious equalised late on for the home side with his second of the game. The scorers for Wootton Bassett were Tom Lawrence and Will Coller.

Swindon Centurions took a 1-0 lead into half-time against FC Abbeymeads and added three more in the second period courtesy of Sam Canniford, Jack Langcaster, Mitch Dunn and Josh Church.

Under 11 Division 1

FERNDALE Rodbourne Pumas battled hard for a 1-1 draw with Forest Green. Corey Adams scored from the penalty spot for Ferndale.

Highworth edged out Swindon Rangers 2-0 in a close encounter. Highworth’s goals came courtesy of Jack Payne and Ethan Parker.

Robins overcame Croft 6-0 in a one-sided encounter.

Leading 2-0 at half-time, Robins scored four more unanswered goals in the second half.

Harrison Mace (3), Zac Stewart-Skinner, Jordan Murray and Jude Collins all got on the scoresheet.

Under 11 Division 3

A GOAL-FEST at Ashton Keynes saw Highworth Town Juniors C emerge with a 12-5 away win.

Top scorer for Highworth was Archie Bowman with four goals and there were braces for James Archer, Sol Lennon and James Major. Rhys Bowden and Noah Ferrison got a goal each.

Under 11 Division 4

BLUNSDON Colts squandered a 1-0 half-time lead to eventually lose 3-1 against Northern Lights.

Lights’ goals came from Tommy Cole (2) and Connor Robb.

Under 12 Division 1

CROFT ran out 4-3 winners against Swindon Supermarine. Dan Skinner (3) and Jack Skates found the net for Croft.

Swindon Rangers A got back to winning ways with a 6-0 triumph against Calne.

This was in spite of the fact that Rangers had just nine available and fit players.

Shaun Wilkinson hit a double while Finley Thompson finished off the move of the match with a header at the far post.

Toby Kutassy, Ethan Bond and Brandon McGinn (pen) wrapped up victory for the league leaders.

Ferndale Rodbourne YCFC took the lead against FC Chippenham but, despite a superb performance from Dan Argrave in goal, Chippenham eventually ran out 6-2 winners.

The Ferndale goals were scored by James Matthews and Bailey Gallagher.

Under 12 Division 2

EXCELLENT performances by Ferndale Youth’s Jacob Edwards-Brown and James White could not deny league leaders Broad Town Colts a 5-1 win. Josh Dixon scored Ferndale’s consolation.

Under 12 Division 3

AFTER a two-month break, Ferndale Rodbourne Colts struggled to find their previous good form as they lost 6-1 to Lambourn Sports.

Ferndale’s goal came from Josh Haynes and there was a superb performance from Steve Flower.

Under 13 Division 1 (9v9)

FC CALNE moved up to second with a 4-2 win over Chiseldon.

Franc Lofy’s hat-trick set Calne on their way, before Toby Hook sealed victory in injury-time.

Under 13 Division 2 (11v11)

JACK Trott opened the scoring for Greenmeadow Youth in the first half against Shrivenham while Oliver Mathews struck twice at the start of the second.

Jordan Hyde and Tyler Lewis also netted in the 5-0 win.

Under 14 Division 1

BRINKWORTH Cats Black beat Croft Juniors 4-0 with two goals in each half.

Ryan Collins opened the scoring for Cats with Ashley Phillips bagging a hat-trick to secure victory.

Supermarine ran out 4-0 winners against Shrivenham & Watchfield thanks to goals from Tom Holland, Matthew Penella-Lach, Biagio Mazzotta and Louis O’Shea.

Under 14 Division 2

A SUPERB hat-trick from Lawrence Jowett, a long-range screamer from Billy Faulkner and a tap-in from Tom Boddy saw Blunsdon Colts beat Ferndale Rodbourne 5-2.

Under 16 Division 1

SUBSTITUTE Antonio Gerrish came on for Supermarine just after the break against Swindon Rangers and scored with his first touch.

Supermarine then scored another three goals through Aidan Maycock, Callum Wells and Kieran O’Daly so seal a 4-0 victory.

After a goaless first half, Wootton Bassett took the lead midway through the second half against Supermarine.

After continuous pressure Supermarine eventually levelled through Jake Green and then Maycock headed in the winner.

Ferndale missed a penalty against Robins with the game tied at 2-2, and Robins eventually won 3-2. Ferndale’s goalscorers were Bradley Keene and Nathan Marland.

Under 16 Division 2

LAMBOURN Sports kept up their recent form with a 3-2 win over Croft. Liam Glendinning, Eddy Head and George Lybech Harris sealed the Lambourn win.

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