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Friday, 29 May 2015

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Whites can’t eat up Greens

PROGRESS in the West Division Cup was guaranteed for Hexham U13 Greens as they breezed past their counterparts.

Up against Hexham U13 Whites, they were comfortable winners as they continued their pursuit of local bragging rights.

Scorers on the day for the Greens were Alex Wood, Bradley Harris Graham, Harrison Waller, Jack Feeley, Will Roberts and William Turnbull.

In league action, Ponteland U15 Independiente were in fine form as they came out on top of a high scoring 7-4 victory over Prudhoe YC U15 Reds.

Man of the match Bradley Walsh led the way as he helped himself to a hat-trick, and he was joined on the scoresheet by teammates Cameron Baker, Matteo Addis, Oliver Dowling and William Elsender.

In a reversal of fortunes, though, Prudhoe YC U14 Yellows thumped Ponteland United U14 Predators lost 6-0 despite a starring role from United’s Jake Dodgson.

Wylam Rockettes U10 had been storing up their best performance of the season for after the Christmas break, putting in a great display to draw 2-2 with Bedlington Town Devils.

A point in the Northumberland Girls League was acquired when Josie Fenwick and girl of the game Stacey Billinghurst found the back of the net.

Wylam Rockettes U13 looked comfortable with a three goal cushion when they faced Whitley Coast Soccer.

Their opponents fought back with two late goals, but the two strikes from Fay Scott and another from Courtney Peel was enough to see Wylam pick up the points.

In their local derby match with Prudhoe YC U11 Girls, Wylam Rockettes U11 Rascals lost 1-0 in which Grace Rafferty shone for the Rascals.

There was good news for Wylam Rockettes U12 as, in their top of the table clash with Walker Central, they won 3-1 to leapfrog their opponents and take top spot.

Faith Birch was the quickest to pounce onto a rebound to give Wylam an early lead before girl of the game Chloe Sayer added two more to secure the victory.

Although Anna Harding caught the eye with some superb defending, Wylam Rockettes U13 lost 2-0 away at Cramlington Girls on a pitch which did not play to Wylam's passing strengths.