Bloomer stars for the Reds as Milan are hit for six
Published at 07:41, Wednesday, 28 November 2012
PRUDHOE Youth Club’s U12 Reds were in rampant form as they hit Blyth Town Milan for six.
Goals from Matthew Cant, Geoffrey Bowes (2), Lewis Gardnes, Louis McPartlin, and Liam Simpson, earned them a 6-1 win, in the Pin Point Challenge Shield. Man of the match was Matthew Bloomer.
The U12 Yellows also scored half a dozen, with a thrilling 6-5 victory away at Seaton Delaval Dynamo in the Pinpoint Recruitment JFL division five. In the same division, the U15 Reds beat Wideopen 6-4.
In division two, the U16 Reds earned a 2-2 draw at Ashington CFC, with goals from Greenwood and McGuigan. Adam Greenwood was man of the match.
Prudhoe YC’s U15 Blues went down 6-3 against Grainger Park in division four, while in division six, the U14 Yellows lost 4-0 at Kingston Park Lions.
A Prudhoe YC derby took place in the NEYDL, which saw the U11 Reds narrowly defeated 3-2 by U11s Rockets.
The U14 Reds lost their NEYDL premier division home game against New Fordley, 3-1.
In the Gateshead Youth League, there was a solid 2-0 win for the U12 Rockets against Gateshead Redheugh Whites, while U12s PYC lost to Whickham Fellside Yellows.
Prudhoe YC U18 team enjoyed a 4-2 home win over Newcastle East End in the NFA Justsport Junior Cup. Scott Gunn and Ben Dibb-Fuller both scored a brace. Man of the match was Steven Henderson.
A high-scoring home match against Forest Hall saw the Prudhoe YC U15 Girls narrowly defeated 4-3, in the Northumberland Girls League. Prudhoe YC’s U14 Girls lost their game away at AE Phoenix.
Also in the Northumberland Girls League Wylam Rockettes U13 won 3 -1 away at Cramlington Town despite a poor first half which saw them a goal down at the break.
A brilliant second half performance by the Cramlington keeper could not prevent Georgia Birch, Heather Hamilton and Ellen Packham finding the net, but it was the resolute defending of girl of the game Louise Greenshields which ensured Wylam took all three points.
Wylam Rockettes U12 went a goal down early against Cramlington Town but pulled it back to 2 -1 at half time thanks to a great individual goal from Georgia Briggs, and a second from Antonia Cave following a defence splitting pass from girl of the game Izzy Mckenna.
Not for the first time this season Wylam lost their tempo and momentum in the second half allowing Cramlington to score two more goals and sneak the win.
A mixture of party invitations and illness led to an under-strength Wylam Rockettes U11 losing 2 -1 to Cramlington United.
Wylam went one down early on but Chloe Sayer equalised after excellent work by Maisie James. After cupcakes at half time the Rockettes went on to dominate the second half thanks to an outstanding performance from girl of the game Faith Birch.
A draw would have been harsh but defeat, with almost the last kick of the game, was cruel.
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AT a public meeting in Wylam Institute it was decided to split the remaining money in the village's peace celebration fund between the village schools and a planned war memorial to the Fallen.
A brass plaque bearing the names of 19 former students who died in the Great War was to be erected in the Wylam Council Schools at a cost of £20 and £30 was to be donated to the war memorial fund.