It was the fifth match day of
the season and important one for a number of teams looking to keep up their
100% records. We focus our round up firstly on these 4 teams, the Under 10, 11
and 13 Boys and the Under 10 Girls.
The Under 10 Girls faced
Shifnal Europeans and were involved in a very close contest as goals from Caitlin
McCoole and Miyah Jones game them victory. It also marked a fourth
successive clean sheet for Izzy Vincent and the Bucks defence. Meanwhile
the Under 10 Boys ran out comfortable winners at home to Coventry Sky Blues.
The Under 11 Boys were in MJPL
Trophy action and ran out convincing 6-1 winners at home to Boldmere St
Michaels. September player of the month George Cruise led the way with a
brace with further goals coming from Jack Davies, Will Hardeman, Murat
Sulley and Bayley Bateman. Their was also a place in the squad for Kian
Nolan and Isaac Bateson stepping up from the Under 10s. Our Under 13
Boys made it 5 wins from 5 with a high scoring victory over Coventry Sphinx
Juniors. Preston Whinnerah made it 15 goals in just 5 games with another
4. Further goals came from Josh McDonald (2),a first of the season for Carrick
Baker and a debut goal for Leon Thompson.
The Under 15s Boys made it 3
wins on the bounce with a 2-0 victory at home to Hednesford Newlands. Their was
a first goal at the club for Karol Blicharski whilst Reece Clayton
grabbed his 6th goal of the season. Meanwhile, despite goals from Lacey
Skitt-Jones and Lily Rudd, the Under 12 Girls slipped to a 3-2
against SAHA FC. The Under 12 Boys shared the spoils away at Coventry Sky Blue.
Oliver Lloyd, Kai Cook and Cameron Webb were on hand with the
goals in a 3-3 draw.
Nykeshia Reed continued
her rich vein of form with her third successive hat trick as the Under 16 Girls
ran out 4-1 winners at home to Bromsgrove Sporting, Abbie Norry with the
other goal. Meanwhile the Under 16 Boys bounced back from a disappointing
defeat against Shrewsbury with a 2-0 win away at Mickleover Sports.
Dan Gormley grabbed his
fourth and fifth goals of the season to bring back the 3 points for the Bucks.
The Under 14 Boys recorded back to back victories with victory over Stourport
Swifts. Goals on the day came from Matthew Cutler and Hanoch Boayke,
also bringing up back to back clean sheets against the two Stourport sides.
The Under 18 Girls kept up
their unbeaten start to the season with a 4-0 victory over Wyrley Wanderers.
Goals from Jorgie Pendrous, Abbie Baldwin, Anna Lister and
Macey Turvey moved the Girls up to second in the league.
We end our round up with the
Under 17 Boys who were looking to get back to winning ways against
Kidderminster Harriers Community. They did so in emphatic fashion with Jake
Powell leading the way with a hat trick. Further goals cam from Dylan
Glendinning, Kaleem Hodgkinson and Joe Oladunni.
On the whole a great set of
results for our sides with 6 teams also registering clean sheets. It was also
key to see a number of players making the step up an age group to aid their