THERE was no revenge for Larkspur Rovers U13 As for the defeat they suffered at the beginning of the season to Greenford Celtic as they lost 4-1 at the weekend.
Larks will feel aggrieved not to have done better, but they paid for squandering many chances before the interval and went in 3-0 down.
A great strike from Jay Jhamat from 25 yards reduced the deficit, but they were caught on the break chasing a second goal. Akshay Bangara and Billy Smith were Larks' best players.
Rovers' U13 Bs overcame a nervy opening 15 minutes to sweep aside Springfield 6-0 in their league clash.
Two goals by Ishmael Saruk and one from Niam Suliman made it 3-0 at the break. Saruk went on to claim four goals, with Suliman adding his second to the tally. Man of the match was Joseph Pearce.
Kaya Andrews and James Cleminshaw were on target during an even first half for the U13 Cs against Princes Park, but Rovers folded after the break, losing 7-3. Liam Nixon was the manager's player of the match, with Callum Codrington getting the parents' vote.
Finally, there was a 2-0 win for the U8s at home to Wealdstone.
The first half was a struggle, with keeper Charlie Morris and his defenders doing well to ensure it was honours even at half-time.
Five minutes into the second half, Terell Allen smashed home a free-kick from distance to edge Larks in front and Robbie Smith doubled the lead soon after, firing in from close range.
The U11 Bears are up to third in the league after a resounding 10-3 victory over St Joseph's B at the weekend.
Early goals from Nuh Suleiman and Tyrell Gangadeen (two each in the first half) put the Bears firmly in the driving seat, with further goals from Matthew Melville, Kai Waul and Byron Brown making it 7-0 at half-time.
St Joseph's hit back with two quick goals after the interval, but Larks responded with more goals from Suleiman, Luis Courtney and Gangadeen.
Jordan Barrow and Zachary Prince impressed in the Larks' defence, but Saints managed to grab a third consolation goal.