Colts show their class with fine win
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).
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