Sunday 11th October 2020
Royal Wootton Bassett Town Under 15 Blues recorded their third win of the season courtesy of an absolute thrashing of Lydiard Millicent Juniors Green. A 14-0 scoreline saw six different scorers. Six goals from Finley Smith, two from both Harvey Filton and Roseval Ribeiro, and goals from Abel Ambwene, Samuel Bounds and Maxime Fiddes completed the scoring. The scoreline means the Blues have scored 32 from their opening four games, an incredible stat with an average of eight a game. Maxwell Woods was awarded player of the match for a sublime performance alongside all of his team-mates. Next week the team play Bassett's U15 Yellows, which will be a great game in Division Two.
The Under 18s remain unbeaten after five games in North Wilts League Division One after a 2-1 victory over Blunsdon. A last gasp winner saw them collect their third victory of the season as an own goal and a strike from Matthew Purcell was enough to register the victory over a solid Blunsdon team. The U18s travel to top of the league Ashton Keynes White, who have picked up thirteen points out of a possible fifteen this season, next Sunday. A win could catapult th U18s from third to first dependent on Castle Combe Colts' result.
The Under Blues now brag back to back wins after a 5-0 victory over FC Abbey Meads Youth Grey. Goals from Matthew Brandon, Ryan Lawrence, Jacob Rendell-Haines and a brace from Joseph Rouse enabled them to take home the win. Rendall-Haines was awarded player of the match for a superb performance at the Gerard Buxton Sports Ground. The Blues currently sit sixth in Division Two with three games played. Next week sees a visit of Highworth Town Juniors H, who have played the same number of games, but have registered seven points compared to the Blues' six.
The Under 14 Blues continued their impressive start to the season with back to back wins and a 5-2 victory at home to Stratton Junior Bears in Division Two. It was the case of another week and another brace for Beau Hicks, while two from Samuel Smith and a goal from Finlay Hyde were enough to secure a convincing victory. Smith was awarded player of the match after his two goals. With only one defeat this season, the Blues sit second in the league after five games, and face top of the league Ferndale Rodbourne YCFC Red next weekend. A win will catapult Bassett to the top of the league.
Bassett's Under 13 Yellows won 6-5 at home against Cricklade Youth. Layton Stepp, Owen Godwin and Kaydon Barrett all registered a goal, with the other three all coming from Daniel King. Harley Druett won the player of the match award. The Yellows sit fourth in Division Four after four games played. They travel to FC Calne Cobras, who are in third on the same points as Bassett, next week.
The Under 12 Blues registered four from four as they tamed Lydiard Youth Tigers 9-0 away from home. A hat-trick from Sonny Parmaku, a brace from Bryan Wilson, and goals from Indy Iles-Jones, Liam Lye-Owens, Elliott Tew and an own goal wrapped up the impressive victory. Indy Iles-Jones was awarded the player of the match award. The result sees the Blues maintain their perfect start to the season. Next week they play another unbeaten team in Ramsbury Youth, which will be a standout fixture.
Meanwhile, the Under 12 Yellows won spectacularly with a 5-1 victory over Hungerford Town Juniors. They now sit seventh in Division Four after six games. A brace from William Moreton and goals from Fynn Crone, Thomas Hyde and Yusuf Guloglu wrapped up the impressive victory. A trip to South Cerney, who sit bottom of the league, awaits next week.
Elsewhere, the Under 13 Blues fell victim to a 3-2 defeat away at FC Chippenham Youth Barca. Goals from Brandon Jack and Lewis Osbaldeston could not count out the three from Chippenham, who narrowly took home the victory. Jayden Nash was awarded the player of the match award. The Blues sit sixth in Division Two after five games played and host Stratton Youth, who are unbeaten and sit top of the league, next Sunday.
The Under 15 Yellows unfortunately fell to a 11-3 defeat away to Wroughton Youth FC U15 Panthers. A goal from Patrick Otoo-Mensah and a brace from Ewan Painter were not enough to avoid defeat against a strong Wroughton team. A player of the match award was awarded to Lewis Taylor. As mentioned earlier, the Yellows face Bassett Blue next Sunday, and will hope to turn around their unfortunate spell of results in the derby fixture.
Finally, the Under 14 Yellows unfortunately fell to a 6-5 loss away from home to Lydiard Millicent Juniors in Division Four. A close encounter saw the home side take the three points in a game which was end to end. Despite the loss, given their scoring form the Blues should be full of confidence, which could help them against FC Abbey Meads Youth Blue next weekend.Last modified on Monday 12th October 2020 at 18:08.