Kennington show rivals no mercy
KENNINGTON JUNIORS under15s strengthened their grip on the leadership of the Molten East Kent Youth League Division 1 with a 9-1 victory over Ramsgate.
Shohei Sekiguchi (2), Luke Parsonage, Harry Ruddock and Alex Hortal gave them a 5-0 halftime lead, and although Ramsgate pulled one back Kennington soon regained command to score four more times through Hortal (2), Josh Deane and Greg Hotheshall.
It wasn’t such a good day for Kennington Juniors under-11s, who crashed out of the semi-finals of the cup 8-0 at Division 1 leaders Trinity.
Lewis Jameson scored twice for Kennington Junior Colts under- 9s in their 5-0 win over Ramsgate Youth Colts in Division 3 of the Molten East Kent Youth League.
Their other goals came from Ben Dyas, Daniel Workman and Darnell Campbell.
Great Chart under-15s scored their first win of 2009 with a 6-1 success at St Margaret’s.
They led 3-1 at the break through Freddie Almond (2) and Jon Turley, before Bradley Horne’s hat-trick.
Wye Juniors under-14s enjoyed a 5-0 win over Monkton Youth with Ryan Jenness (2), Janarden Sritharan and Alex Bowles (2) scoring. DIVISION 2 side Hawks are through to the semifinals of the Kent Junior Trophy after defeating Elite 05 2-0 in extra time. The Hawkinge side will play Medway Messenger Sunday League Division 3 leaders Spartac Reserves at home in the last four on Sunday, April 5. Magpies’ attempt to join their divisional counterparts ended with a 4-2 defeat against Rainham Kenilworth. Division 1’s final representative in county competition, Golden Arrow, also bowed out, 4-2 on penalties to Eden Park Rangers after a 0-0 draw. The league cup semi-final line-up was confirmed over the weekend as Essembee, Globe and Falcons all posted wins in their last-eight ties. Two Bells will face Red Cow in the Eddie Burvill Cup final following a 4-2 victory in their replayed semi-final with Gate Athletic.