Colts show their class with fine win

Mi­nor foot­ball

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Football -

ASH­FORD BOR­OUGH Un­dernine Colts made it two wins on the spin with a 4-1 win at Ken­ning­ton. Dean Lam­bourne and Maxwell Robin­son both hit two goals each with man of the match go­ing to Ross Bud­den.

Bor­ough U12 won their lo­cal derby with Ken­ning­ton by a 2-0 score­line. Both goals came from the penalty spot with Con­nor Fri­day and Tony Lit­tle the goalscor­ers.

Ash­ford Bor­ough U12 Colts had a con­vinc­ing victory against Herne Bay Har­ri­ers with a Brace for Cal­lum Drys­dale and one each for Tyler Black­ford, Aaron Mur­phy and Mitchell Wells with the man of the match award go­ing to the out­stand­ing Alex Davies in de­fence.

Ash­ford Bor­ough U15 kept up their 100 per cent start to the sea­son with a 5-2 win over Shep­pey in the Kent Youth League. Bor­ough man­aged to keep their com­po­sure in a fiery en­counter and were re­warded with goals from Josh Knight, Tom Collins and Ben Hol­loway along with two own goals from the away side.

Jor­dan Tom­sett took the Bor­ough man of the match award. Bor­ough U16 Colts had a fine 5-1 win at Eastern­ers. Two goals from Tom Moore and one each from Ewan Stan­ley, Alex Jones and Dan Moore sealed the win with James Ni­chol tak­ing man of the match.

Great Chart U-15s went down 5-2 at Thanet. Jor­dan De­hara scored the first of his two goals af­ter one minute, be­fore Thanet equalised and then went ahead. De­hara scored his sec­ond to make it 2-2 at half-time.

De­spite good per­for­mances from Ryan Miles and Cameron Cage, Thanet soon made it 4-2 in the sec­ond half, with a fur­ther late goal as keeper Roy Wil­liams had to leave the pitch with an in­jury.

Ken­ning­ton U15s put their open­ing day de­feat be­hind them, winning away to Rams­gate FC 4-1, fol­lowed by last week’s 6-2 home win in tor­ren­tial rain against Rams­gate Youth.

This Sun­day they had a fine 7-4 win against a strong Deal Town Rangers side de­spite go­ing be­hind to a sec­ond minute penalty.

They led 3-2 at half-time with goals from Josh Deane and Alex Hor­tal (2). Char­lie Cole­man made a great save in goal to en­sure that Ken­ning­ton had the half-time ad­van­tage.

An own goal ex­tended the lead and al­though Deal got back to 4-4, Hor­tal glanced in a header from a Sho­hei Sekiguchi cor­ner kick to give him his hat-trick. Jake North made it 6-4 and Hor­tal wrapped it up with his fourth.

Ken­ning­ton Ju­nior U11 Colts came back from two down to draw 3-3 with Ash­ford Bor­ough with two goals from player of the match Bran­don Church and one from Lewis Jame­son.

Four wins out of four wins keeps Park Farm Rangers U15s top of Divi­sion 1. Goals from Manu Awuni (4) and one each from Jake East­wood and Koasi Ebenebe gave the team a 6-3 win over Rams­gate FC. Man of the match award went to Do­minic Cle­ment for a sound de­fen­sive dis­play.

Ken­ning­ton U11s con­tin­ued their winning form beat­ing a good Rams­gate team 7-2.

A jit­tery start from Ken­ning­ton saw Rams­gate come back from 1-0 down to lead 2-1 but a bet­ter sec­ond half with a great de­but game from Tommy Sy­monds saw Ken­ning­ton run out comfortable win­ners. Goals were scored by Joe Gar­ratt, man of the match Jamie Antin (2) and Luke Busum­bru (4).

Pic­ture: Mike Tutt

Wye Ju­niors FC U14s in their new kit spon­sored by Plus Group; back, Sam Jor­dan, Jack Slingsby, Har­min­der Rai, Dan Trainer, Steve Tutt, Ryan Jen­ness, Ger­ald Ran­garira, Josh Gold­smith Front, Joe Stringer, Ja­nar­den Sritha­ran, Alex Bowles, Alex Tadi­wala, Dan Sum­mers, Ryan Doorey, Josh Bell

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