Three progress in North Wilts League Cup

Sunday 22 September 2019 - by Joshua Carey (Updated on 22 September 2019 at 19:51)

North Wilts League Cup action saw three teams progress and three others fall short of progression to the next round this week. There was also league action for our youth section this weekend, with this now well underway.

Cup Action:

The Under 14 Blues were victorious away from home as they gave local rivals FC Chippenham Youth Barbarians a battering. A Jack Blunt hat-trick, a double from both James Dorset and Leo Neve and a single goal from impact sub Lucas Caws secured an 8-1 win to send them comfortably into the next round. Sibling side, the Under 14 Yellows were also victorious as they comfortably won 5-2 after extra time away to Highworth Town Juniors H.

The Under 13 Blue side completed their second win of the season as they secured their spot in the next round of the cup. They closely beat Highworth Town Juniors T 3-2 away from home. Roberto Cinquegrani, Noah Cranswick-Coates and Jamie Black helped nudge the team into a winning result. Coach Martin Jefferies congratulated them on their desire and maturity when in front ofyou're your Sport Swindon cameras!

Sibling side, the Under 13 Yellows suffered defeat this afternoon to Division Three side Ferndale Rodbourne YCFC. They suffered an 11-2 defeat. Finlay Marshall extended his personal goal tally to four this season and captain Daniel Seedall slotted home yet another very composed penalty to grab the team's second goal of the game and his second goal this season. Coach Joshua Carey stated that his side are "continuing to impress and improve, but there are plenty of things still to work on to get the results they deserve. A big well done to the team today, they battled and battled until the end."

The Under 12 Blue side suffered a very narrow defeat at home to a strong Highworth Town Juniors C team. The score after extra time was 3-3, however the Blues lost 5-4 on penalties. Sibling side the Under 12 Yellows also suffered defeat to Ashton Keynes Youth. They were beaten 6-2 at home. Peter Harrington and an own goal completed their tally. That goal extends Peter's personal haul to four goals this season.

League Action:

The Under 15 Yellows were victorious for the second time this season as they thrashed Ramsbury Youth 5-2 away from home.

The Under 16 Blues returned to winning ways as they beat Lydiard Youth a cracking 6-2 at home! Harry Farrow led the way a double while single conversions from Rhys Farrow, James Johnson, Marcel Lewis and Kevin Prouse secured their second win of the season. Kevin Prouse's goal puts him back in competition for top goal scorer with teammate Otis Lewis. This will hopefully prove to be an exciting battle for top spot. This win now puts them in a comfortable fourth position in North Wilts League Division One.

The Under 16 Yellows gave their opponents Tetbury Town a big shock as they heroically won a magnificent 12-1 at home! Hat-tricks from Tristan McKay and Sebastian Turner made it 6. A double from Sam Kendrick made it 8, and single goals from Cameron Baker, Nataniel Koszyk, Ben Williams and impact sub Charley Wilmott completed the tally of 12. Turner and McKay's hat-tricks make them both top goal scorers in their squad.

The Under 18 Yellows were also amongst the goals, scoring a tremendous 16 goals without reply away from home against Stratton Youth! Four hat-tricks from maestro Callum Flay, Kanin Rai, Tom Warren and super sub Dylan Grother accounted for a dozen of their haul. A double from Logan Plumley and single goals from Matthew McDonack and skipper Ben Evans completed their 16-goal thriller. This victory puts them second, with a game in hand over leaders Blunsdon Youth and only three points behind! Hopefully, with a win next week they can push themselves to top spot!

Elsewhere, the Under 15 Blues were beaten 5-1 by Wantage Town, while the Under 14 Whites (1-9 against Purton Youth) and Under 12 Whites (0-16 against Wroughton Youth Blue) lost heavily.

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