Youth Football Round-Up
Under-Seven Friendly Stretham Sporting 4 Witchford Colts 9 THE young Witchford side, which is starting to gel together, had a fine win. Max Loker s superb hat-trick earned him man of the match. Ben Lymer and Callum Munden scored one each, Reece Lee nett
Stretham Sporting 4
Witchford Colts 9
THE young Witchford side, which is starting to gel together, had a fine win.
Max Loker's superb hat-trick earned him man of the match. Ben Lymer and Callum Munden scored one each, Reece Lee netted two and there were two own goals.
Witchford: Reece Lee, Max Loker, Ben Lymer, Callum Munden, Adam Howe, Joseph Ambrosio, Alex Matcham, Jordan Emms, Lloyd Winters, Ruairidh McDonald.
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Soham 10 Mepal 9
MEPAL lost out by a single goal in a 10-9 reverse at Soham.
Seven goals for George Rayner were not enough for Mepal, with Harrison Jones and an own goal completing the scoring.
The home side, though, were always in the game, aided by some fortunate deflections, which resulted in three own goals.
Mepal: Dean Baxter, Kassem Lloyd, James Knox, Shane Whatley, Joe-Joe Corlito, James Rayson, George Rayner, Harrison Jones, Thomas Smith, Ashley Howlett.