BALLERS: It was a very impressive weekend for the club with no defeats for any of their teams for the third weekend this season. Five wins and one draw has added to a record breaking start of 41 wins in 53 games, with only eight defeats and 276 goals for to 65 against. The U13s were the most prolific, beating ProTouch Community 11-0. The U12s beat West Drayton Explorers 3-1, the U11s had a 14-0 win over Hounslow Colts, the U10s bounced back from two defeats to beat Hampstead Hawks 3-1 and the U9s beat Regents Park B 3-1.
LARKSPUR ROVERS: Unlucky Marcus Onwuama suffered a broken ankle in the final minute of Larks' Middlesex U12 County Cup tie against Actual Soccer at Wormwood Scrubs. Larks also had Bobby Hord sent off for retaliation following a nasty tackle on him while Actual Soccer had a player dismissed for swearing. Larks were penned in their half for long spells and ultimately found their Premier Division opponents too strong as they lost 3-0. By contrast, Larks U13s had a resounding 12-1 victory against LNER. Captain Stevie Moore led the way with six goals. Also on target were Jack Pitcher, Imran Haidary, Mitchell Arnold, Michael Sanderson, Jordan Campbell and Edward Deeney, who rounded off a fine team display with a wonderful volley. The U8s won a tough encounter with LNER 3-2. LNER scored early on, then an excellent goal from Ryan Durrant from the edge of the box followed by a goal from Louie Harvey - set up by Jayden Walker - gave Larks the lead. In the second half, a shot by Charlie Quinnell was handled and Harvey scored from the penalty spot. A late goal by LNER was not enough.
NORTHOLTEAGLES: The U13s beat Hendon 9-6, Edward Yousif stealing the show in the goal-fest with four goals. Carl Gibson and Jack Marsh were also on target. The U11s were less successful, crashing out of the County Cup 7-0 at Kodak. The U9s also lost heavily, Actual Soccer beating them 6-1. The U8s were 2-0 winners at Belmont United, with Cole Riley-Snow and Miken Adeson on target.
PITSHANGER: Another good weekend for Pitshanger teams means there are three through to the last 16 of their respective age group competitions. The U16 As came through against St Joseph 3-2 after an exciting end-to-end encounter. Ade Adeeko capped a fine performance with two great goals. In the U14 competition, Pits have two teams left as both As and Bs avoided going down to lower league opposition making sure that to date no Pitshanger team has been subject to any giant killing exploits in this season's competition. The As comfortably defeated Kensington with Stefan Tomasevic scoring two in a 6-1 away win, whereas the Bs came through a tough encounter against Heathrow 2-1. Prosper Ezewlizie, who scored both goals, popped up to seal the tie in the last minute. Elsewhere in the Cup, there was a battling display by the U11 As, who narrowly lost to Magix by the odd goal goal in a seven goal thriller. The U18s (4-1 v St Lawrence), U16 Bs (6-0 v Whitton Town) and U15 As (10-1 v Sandgate), all came out second best against tough opposition. There were also a few league matches with the U17s going top following their 5-0 demolition of Pinnstars, with Harry Baker and Bob Gregory on target in a fantastic display. The U15 Bs beating Ruislip 6-0 with
Henry Ivey scoring four and Matthew Pye scoring a brace. In a quirk of the fixture list, the U13 Bs played Kodak for the second successive week. They drew again, as they did last week, with goals from Tobi Otumbade and Joe Dodwell.
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