Lucky thirteen for Under 15 Yellows
Sunday 04 November 2018 - by Stuart Smedley (Updated on 04 November 2018 at 19:31)
Three different players scored hat-tricks as Royal Wootton Bassett Town Under 15 Yellow scored thirteen goals without reply against Wanborough Juniors.
Tristan McKay, Samuel Osei Bonsu and Sebastian Turner all bagged three-timers as Bassett recorded ten goals for the second time this season and maintained their place at the top of North Wilts League Division Three. They were ably supported by Nataniel Koszyk (2), Samuel Case and Charley Wilmott.
Also sitting at the top of the table, this time in Division One, are the Under 18 Blues. And tied with them on points having played a game more are Bassett's Yellow team.
Both Under 18 sides impressed in victories this weekend too.
Charlie McCuish struck four as the Blues beat Wanborough Juniors 6-1. Also on target were Harrison Gough and Thomas Phillips.
Seven different scorers found the back of the net for the Yellows in a 8-0 thrashing of Croft Junior Blue. Joe Mitchell led the way with a brace, while Ryan Battershell, Benjamin Evans, Aaron Griffiths, Dominic Harris, Kanin Rai and Luke Saunders got in on the act too.
A five-star performance from the Under 12 Blues secured a return to winning ways as they beat Swindon Supermarine 5-1. Thomas Nicholls scored twice, with Jamie Black, Finlay Hyde and Joshua Sturmey netting once.
There was a big win for the Under 13 Blues as well as they saw off FC Chippenham Youth Spartans 5-2. James Dorset fired a hat-trick, with Evan Bexon-Shaw and Jack Blunt completing the scoring.
The Under 14 Blues may not have won, but they gained a valuable point in an entertaining clash against Bishops Cannings Fireblades. Trailing 2-1 at the break, Bassett came back to claim a share of the spoils in a 3-3 draw.
In their top of the table clash against FC Chippenham Youth White, the Under 15 Blues suffered a 6-1 defeat, thus ending their perfect start to the season.
Elsewhere, the Under 13 Yellows lost 3-0 away against Wroughton Youth Panthers, one of the early pacesetters in Division Two.
Meanwhile, there were heavy losses for the Under 12 Yellows (2-9 against Wims 11 Foothills) and Under 14 Yellows (0-7 against Wroughton Youth White).