Vousden stars for Kennington
KENNINGTON U13s remain undefeated this season following up their 12-0 romp over Ashford United last week with a tough 3-3 draw at Dynamo United.
Man-of-the-match James Vousden was on the mark again with strikes also by Connor McClelland and Ben Harte while Lewis Bailey struck twice for Dynamo with the other from Kieran Lewis.
Harte and Vousden both netted trebles last week.
Ashford Borough U14 continued their good form with a 6-0 win over Chatham Town in the Kent Youth League. Tom Harvey grabbed his third of the season to get the boys started and then Matt Found scored from the spot before Dion Orris made it 3-0 before half-time.
The second half saw Borough continue to dominate with Dion Orris netting three times to complete the rout and earn himself the man of the match award.
Ashford Borough FC will be starting training for the U6 age group (School Year one) on Saturday, October 4. Training sessions will be held at Sandyacres in Sandyhurst Lane from 10am until 11am and all school Year 1 players are welcome to attend. Sessions are £3 per player.
Borough will also be holding training sessions for girls in school years seven, eight and nine at Sandyacres from 10-11am costing £3 per session.
Any player interested in these sessions should just turn up on the day or contact club secretary Andy Found on 07850 454737.
Great Chart U10s went a goal down to Tenterden Tigers but came through to win 7-1 with the goals shared throughout the team. The pick of the goals being from James Turner.
The U11s were made to work hard in their 4-0 home win against Wittersham. Kieran Nash hit a hat-trick with Ellis Dawe netting the fourth. Skipper Todd Burberry pipped Nash and Kurtis Hooper to the man of the match award.
Chart U15s travelled to Ramsgate for a tough cup battle. Ramsgate led 3-0 at the interval. Chart fought back with a Ryan Miles goal and despite the heroics of keeper Roy Williams, Ramsgate ran out 8-1 victors.
Wye Juniors U14s battled their way to a well earned 6-1 home win over Hugin Vikings Colts in the Molten EKYFL.
Vikings went all out for an early goal but Wye held firm, and first half strikes from Ryan Jenness and Harminder Rai saw Wye take control.
After the break Wye asserted their dominance by adding four more goals. Man-ofthe-match Jenness secured his hat-trick, Josh Goldsmith rifled one into the roof of the net and Alex Bowles completed the scoring from close range. Hugin grabbed a late consolation goal. Wye U11s had a fine 6-1 win at Folkestone Cantera Red leading 2-0 lead by half-time.
Man of the match for Wye was Rory Miller and the goal scorers were Thomas Abington (2), Tom Day, Kai Maynard, Rory Miller and Bradley Chinnery.