Colts cruise to easy victory
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