Joe hits four for flying Ex­plor­ers


Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

JOE Ros­siter sent West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U10 Reds into sev­enth heaven on Sun­day.

Ros­siter proved a real sharp­shooter bag­ging four goals in his side’s 7-1 win at home to Old Wind­sor, with team-mates Harry Todd, Tristan Vil­lacru­sis and Ja­cob Hughes were also on tar­get.

The U7s were Ex­plor­ers’ high­est scor­ers of the week, boast­ing not one, not two, but three hat-trick heroes within their ranks.

Aman­dio Mor­eiro, Filip Pon­ski and Ka­jus Cepas were the trio all with claims to the match-ball with As­ton Odeyale’s strike mak­ing the tally up to dou­ble fig­ures in a 10-0 win over De­laford Colts.

U8 Blue Daniel Mickale was the other hat-trick hero this week and with team­mate Natu Yo­hannes chip­ping in with a dou­ble they over­came Boyle Hill Bul­let Black 5-1.

This was a score matched by the U11s against Youngs FC. Reece But­ler and Al­fie Stevens bagged braces in the vic­tory in which Fred­die Mul­lock was the other young­ster on tar­get.

And the U16s were the other Ex­plor­ers team to win, beat­ing Wen­dover Ju­niors 4-1 thanks to Zubair Naseri’s dou­ble and one each for Char­lie Rogers and Ted O’Brien.

Come­back of the week be­longed to the U13s who trailed 3-0 at half-time away at Burn­ham Ju­nior Pan­ther Yel­lows but ral­lied to earn a 3-3 draw thanks to strikes from Al­fie Tay­lor, Gurveer Rat­tan and Ar­mari Adams.

Mean­while, Aran Brar and Szy­mon Kowal­cyzk were on tar­get for the U15s in their 2-2 draw at Ge­orge Green, while the U10 Pur­ples also shared four goals with Boyle Hill, Sen­a­tors Mahdere and Rokas Darzin­skas on the score­sheet.

Else­where, goals for Mar­cus Valero and Oliver Lan­g­ley could not save the U9 Reds from a 4-2 de­feat at home to Burn­ham Ju­nior Jaguars Whites, while an Aleks Ko­valenko strike was con­so­la­tion for the U8 reds as they too lost 7-1 to Burn­ham Ju­nior Reds.

And the U10 Blues were on the wrong end of a 9-0 score-line at Chal­font Saints.

KIKR: West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers.

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