Colts cruise to easy victory

Mi­nor foot­ball

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Football -

KEN­NING­TON Ju­nior Colts U11s notched a fine 4-1 suc­cess over Bette­shanger with a hat­trick from Louis Jame­son.

Also on tar­get was Ben Dyer with player of the match shared by Dar­nell Camp­bell and Ki­tan Al­ibi.

The Ju­niors U11s put some space be­tween them­selves and St Mar­garet’s at the top of the ta­ble with a 2-1 suc­cess.

First-half goals from Jamie Antin and a solo ef­fort from Luke Busum­bru saw Ken­ning­ton 2-0 up at half time but an early sec­ond-half goal put Ken­ning­ton un­der se­ri­ous pres­sure and St Mar­garet’s missed a penalty.

Ken­ning­ton‘s Matthew Laid­law was su­perb in goal.

Ken­ning­ton U9s re­coved from a first-minute goal to draw 2-2 with Thanet Colts.

The sec­ond half was all Ken­ning­ton and the pres­sure was re­warded when Harry Bark­away crashed the ball into the net, fol­lowed soon af­ter by Ge­orge Lloyd’s equaliser.

Ash­ford Bor­ough U13s en­joyed a 12-goal haul in their win over Rams­gate with Joe Fisher lead­ing the way with four goals.

Reece Wallbridge added a tre­ble and also on the mark were Scott Bradley, De­clan O’Driscoll, Phil Bass, player of the match Keaton Wood and Dougie Ross. Rams man­aged a con­so­la­tion goal.

Ash­ford Bor­ough Un­der-nine Colts staged a bril­liant come­back on Satur­day af­ter find­ing them­selves 3-0 down to Mar­gate. Goals from Dean Lam­bourne (2), Maxwell Robin­son, Ross Bud­den and an own goal saw Bor­ough win the game 5-3

The lo­cal brag­ging rights were claimed by Ash­ford Bor­ough U12 Colts against Ken­ning­ton Ju­niors which saw Bor­ough winning 5-0. Goals for Mitchell Wells, Cal­lum Drys­dale and a hat-trick for man of the match Harry Cowup rounded off a su­perb per­for­mance.

Bor­ough U14 en­ter­tained Ebb­s­fleet in the Kent Youth League and col­lected all three points af­ter a 3-1 win. Dion Or­ris gave Bor­ough the lead just be­fore the break but then con­ceded an equaliser early in the sec­ond half from the penalty spot.

Jack May re­stored the lead with an ex­cel­lent goal drilled into the bot­tom cor­ner and Yal­cin Gu­ven wrapped things up on full time. Man of the match went to cap­tain Jack May.

Bor­ough U15s pre­served their 100 per cent un­beaten record in the Kent Youth League with a 2-0 win at Maid­stone. Jor­dan Tom­sett rammed the ball home from close range to give Bor­ough the lead and then var­i­ous chances went beg­ging be­fore Ge­orge Avann wrapped things up with a close range vol­ley af­ter Jack Met­land’s cross had come back off the bar. Man of the match went to Ryan Croucher.

Park Farm Rangers U15s’ 100 per cent start in Divi­sion 1 stretched to five games af­ter a hard fought 4-1 win against a very phys­i­cal Rams­gate Youth.

Goals from Manu Awuni (2) and one apiece from Jake East­wood and Ol­lie Butcher sealed the win. Do­minic Cle­ment and Char­lie Camp­bell shared the man-of-the-match award.

Great Chart U15s were nar­rowly beaten 4-2 by well-or­gan­ised league leaders Bette­shanger who led 2-0 at half time,.

Luke God­dard replied for Chart but Bette­shanger claimed their fourth be­fore Brad Horne scored a great free kick for Chart.

Ten­ter­den U14 girls went down 5-2 to Te­viot Rangers with some good saves for Emma Sparkes keep­ing the score­line down. Emma capped off a good per­for­mace to score from her own goal kick. Also on tar­get was Nicole Pep­per. Play­ers of match Emma and Chloe Mitchell.

Great Chart U10s in their new spon­sored kit pro­vided by AH Creative

Pic­ture: Chris Mullen

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