Great Chart claim first win of sea­son

Mi­nor foot­ball

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Classified -

GREAT CHART U15s se­cured their first win of the sea­son at home to St Mar­garet’s in hor­ren­dous con­di­tions.

Chart came from be­hind to run out 5-3 win­ners with a hat­trick from Luke God­dard and goals from Ryan Miles and Brad Horne.

An ex­cel­lent team per­for­mance gave Great Chart U11s a 6-0 win at Smar­den.

Kieran Nash scored his sec­ond hat-trick of the sea­son, El­lis Dawe added two and Niall King com­pleted the scor­ing. Kris­tian Con­stanti­nou Coul­ter was man of the match in only his third game for the club.

The U10s had a fine 5-0 away win at Beck­ley.

A tough match played in hor­ri­ble con­di­tions saw the Ken­ning­ton Ju­niors U11s win their third match in a row to main­tain their sta­tus as league leaders.

Scor­ers in the 5-2 win over Trin­ity were Kieran Fore­man, Jamie Antin, Luke Bil­ham, Ty­ron Beech and Luke Busum­bru. Player of the match was Joe Gar­rett.

Park Farm Rangers U15s main­tained their 100 per cent start to the sea­son and stay top of Divi­sion 1.

Rangers beat the only other un­beaten side Thanet Colts 8-2 with goals from Jake East­wood (3) and Manu Awuni (4), who shared the man-of-the-match award, and one from Matt David­son.

Rangers U10s are looking for a goal­keeper in the Ash­ford and District league. Call Richard Fairhall on 01233 811683

Wye Ju­niors U11s hit back from 2-0 down at Park Farm Rangers with goals from Kai May­nard lev­el­ling the scores at half time.

A late free kick gave Rangers the win with Char­lie Davies named Wye’s man of the match for his fine ef­forts in goal.

Any new play­ers from U7 up­wards or coach/helper/ man­ager can con­tact Kevin Bar­low on 01233 812046 or 07860 663697, kbar­low@kadant.co.uk or Mike and Lianna Tutt at wye­jun iorsfc@ntl­world.com

Ash­ford Bor­ough U13s got off to a fly­ing start in their county cup cam­paign with a re­sound­ing 12-0 win at Cas­tle Wan­der­ers.

Joe Fisher notched five with strikes by Wallbridge (3), Rudd (2) and one apiece from Bradley and Grubb. Man of the match was shared by Nathan Stevens and De­clan O’Driscoll.

Ken­ning­ton U12s over­came Eas­ten­ers 2-0 with sec­ond-half goals from Mor­gan Hind and Ben Harte with good games Hind, Con­nor McCl­lenad and Michael Breen.

Ken­ning­ton Ju­niors U11s edged out St Mar­garet’s with the only goal net­ted by player of the match Ben Dyer.

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