It was a busy week of
fixtures last week for our sides with 14 in action in a number of very close
It was the final week of
the Futsal schedule where the Under 8 Girls ended the season as runners up in
the league, a great achievement for the Girls having only been formed a few
months ago. Meanwhile the Under 10 Girls ended the league with a win and a draw
from games against SAHA Panthers and SAHA Galaxy respectively. The Under 8 and
9 Boys hosted Alsager Town in friendlies. It was a resounding victory for the
8s whilst the 9s suffered defeat in an 8-goal thriller.
The Under 10 Boys were in
Spring Cup action away to Littleover Dazzlers. In an entertaining game the
spoils were shared 3-3 with goals from Kai Cook (2) and Brad Page. It was an
emphatic 5-1 victory for the Under 11 Boys against Lichfield Round Table thanks
to goals from Josh White (2), Jenson Bolton, Nathan Hawley and Preston
The Under 12 Girls shared
the spoils against Shrewsbury Junior Colts thanks to a goal from Leah Davies
whilst the Under 15 Girls also drew away to Sutton Coldfield Town. Jorgie
Pendrous continued her fine run of form with the goal for the Bucks.
It was a tail of two
penalty shootouts for the Under 12 and Under 14 Boys who were both in cup
action this week. The Under 12 Boys were victorious on penalties after a 2-2
draw in normal time, Ben Darrall with the heroics saving two from the spot.
Despite goals from Dan Gormley and Jack Ingram the 14s were edged out on
penalties away to Solihull Moors.
The Under 13 Boys turned on
the style last week as they hosted Bedworth United, a side above them in the
table. However they ran out emphatic 15-0 victors with 7 different players on
the score sheet, Zak Ball (5), Josh Beaumond (3), Reece Clayton (2), Rio
Reynolds (2), Alex Holland, Reece Clayton and Abu-Bakr Sultan.
The Under 15 Boys put in a
spirited fight back at home to Solihull Moors but eventually went down 4-3
whilst the Under 16 Boys will be disappointed to exit the MJPL Cup following
defeat at home to Heather Juniors. Finally our Under 18 Girls suffered a 2-0
defeat away to Burtnwood Phoenix.
Shrewsbury Up & Comers 0 AFC Telford 7
It was semi-final action
last night for the Under 18 Boys as they travelled to Market Drayton to play
Shrewsbury Up and Comers. Following a close opening period the Bucks broke the
deadlock in the 19th minute thanks to leading goal scorer Benji
Robinson fresh from his appearance in the Shropshire Senior Cup Final. With the
game heading to half time a quick fire double from Mateusz Cichon giving them a
convincing 3-0 victory at the break. The Bucks didn’t take their foot off the
gas in the second half with 4 further goals from Robinson, Dan James, Alex
Carvell and Sam Taylor giving them a resounding 7-0 victory. They will now face
Haughmond in the final at the home of Shrewsbury Town.
We have a number of teams
at home this weekend so if you are looking for a morning football fix check out
the fixtures below.
Panthers- Idsall School
Town Girls (H)- Idsall School
City (H)- Idsall School
U8- Nantwich (H)- TCAT
FC (H)- Idsall School
Star AFC (A)
Villa (H)- Thomas Telford School
Dynamo (H)- Telford Langley School