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NORTH WILTS YOUTH LEAGUE: Goals galore for rampant Rangers
6:00am Tuesday 15th October 2013 in Sport
SWINDON Rangers Allstars Under 13s went goal crazy against Stratton Juniors as an outstanding team display saw them run out 21-0 winners.
Toby Kutassy and Dan Skinner both scored four in the Under 13 Division 1 fixture while Dan Hopper and Joe Tyson netted hat tricks. Ethan Bond and Finley Merchant scored two each while Harry Skippen added the other goal in a game played in difficult conditions.
Under 11 Division 1
yril Koomson scored four as Greenmeadow Under 11s continued their unbeaten start to the season with a dominant 16-0 victory over FC Chippenham.
Rowan Doyle, Max Whitfield, Josh Sawford, Felipe Diaz and Thomas Lane all scored braces for Greenmeadow as they stormed to the top of the table, while Ben Cardus and Joe McGrogan each netted once.
Elsewhere in the division Billy Saunders scored for Swindon Rangers and Tom Ponting found the net for Liden Community as an entertaining game ended 1-1, while Tyger-J Hall scored a hat trick as Croft beat Highworth Town Juniors H 5-2.
The visitors stormed into an early lead thanks to quick strikes from Kai Richardson and Kieran Sutton before Hall made it 3-0, but Ajay Kharaud and debutant Beyazit Durdu reduced the deficit before the break.
The second half was an even affair before Hall added his second and third goals to seal the points.
Under 11 Division 2
Jake Hammond scored twice and Will Sumner once as Wanborough beat Swindon Supermarine J 3-2, while goals for Cameron Hicks and Will Webster were not enough for Highworth as they lost to Shrivenham and Watchfield by the same score.
Under 11 Division 3
James Whettam scored Highworth’s only goal of the game in their 4-1 defeat to Croft Juniors Blue, while the week’s biggest winners were Swindon Centurions as they beat Malmesbury Youth Eagles 6-1.
Under 11 Division 4
Under 12 Division 1
Highworth came out 7-0 winners against FC Calne in tough conditions thanks to a fine hat trick from Dylan Boulton, two from Ethan Parker and one apiece for Ollie England and Jack Payne.
Under 12 Division 2
Highworth battled back from a goal down to beat Ferndale Rodbourne Lions 6-2. Jack Hulbert netted a well struck first goal and a well delivered cross then caused Ferndale to concede an own goal to make it 2-1 at half-time. Another from Hulbert and strikes from William Russell, Kyle Scot and Kieron Buchanan completed Highworth’s impressive turnaround.
Under 13 Division 3 (9v9)
Despite recovering from a two goal deficit following an exquisite lob from Joe Gleed and a smart finish from Gabriel Rios, Ferndale Rodbourne Colts couldn't prevent Highworth Town Juniors T scoring two late goals to eventually win 4-2.
Under 14 Division 1
Wootton Bassett Town Yellow matched league leaders Stanley Park for long periods and went into the break level after a flowing team move saw Euan Burke smash the ball home from 25 yards. Despite their spirited effort the home team scored four second half goals to earn a 5-1 victory.
Under 15 Division 2
Croft Juniors secured their first win of the season with an excellent team display in the rain at Hungerford. Croft started brightly and were 3-1 up at the break thanks to two Joseph Kirby strikes and a well worked team goal finished by Conlan Mann.Hungerford pegged Croft back in the second half but Harry Skinner's close range finish kept Croft in front, and then two late strikes from Skinner again and Scott Hartley finished the job.
Under 15 Division 3
Conor MacFarlane scored a very early goal for Wanborough to take the lead at Sevenfields in the rain. Another excellent strike from MacFarlane and a goal direct from an Arthur Smith corner took the points. The Sevenfields goal scorers were Adi Rai and Liam Larby.
Wiltshire County Cup Under 15
Highworth Town Juniors T progressed to the next round of the Wiltshire County Cup with a 4-2 away win at Brinkworth Cats R. A hat trick from Ollie Mulraney and one from George Allen earned the victory.
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