Ken­ning­ton Ju­niors strengthen ti­tle bid

Youth Foot­ball

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Classified -

KEN­NING­TON Ju­niors un­der-15s con­tin­ued their quest for the Molten East Kent Youth League Divi­sion 1 ti­tle with a 3-1 win over a strong Deal Town Rangers side. Ken­ning­ton went be­hind within 23 sec­onds of the start and had a tense few min­utes be­fore Alex Hor­tal equalised fol­low­ing a ter­rific run and through ball from Luke Par­son­age. Then, from a Par­son­age cor­ner, Char­lie Page headed Ken­ning­ton in front at half-time. Deal were on top for the first part of the sec­ond pe­riod but Ken­ning­ton stood firm and then Hor­tal en­sured victory with his sec­ond goal. Ken­ning­ton Ju­niors un­der-11s cruised to a 5-2 win over Dover Rangers Colts. Ken­ning­ton’s goals came from Luke Busum­bru (2), Tom Sy­mons (2) and Jamie Antin. Park Farm Rangers un­der15s’ un­beaten run con­tin­ued as they beat Herne Bay Har­ri­ers 3-2 to reach the fi­nal of the Mick Kelly Memo­rial Cup. Manu Awuni scored a hat­trick. Park Farm Rangers un­der-10s drew 2-2 with West Far­leigh in the Weald of Kent League. Rangers took the lead when Chris Wood scored at the sec­ond at­tempt, but West Far­leigh hit back with two goals be­fore half-time. Park Farm were live­lier in the sec­ond half and their ef­forts were re­warded when Ben Fraser headed home. Great Chart un­der-15s were nar­rowly beaten 3-2 at Bocca. The home side led 2-0 be­fore a su­perb Ryan Har­g­reaves free-kick and a wind-as­sisted Jon Tur­ley cor­ner made it 2-2. But Bocca then grabbed a last­minute win­ner. Wye Ju­niors un­der-11s ham­mered Bocca B 14-2 in the cup in the Ash­ford & District Youth League. There was a dou­ble hat-trick from Kai May­nard.

ANY­ONE in­ter­ested in join­ing Wye Ju­niors as a player from un­der-seven up­wards or as a coach/man­ager please con­tact Kevin Bar­low on 01233 812046/07860 663697 or e-mail: Kevin.bar­low@kadant.com Ken­ning­ton Ju­niors un­der­nines drew 0-0 with Can­ter­bury Youth in a EKYL Divi­sion 1 en­counter.

Ash­ford got back to winning ways on Satur­day. Re­port, page 62

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