The Pu­mas are still purring as they start with a 17-2 vic­tory

Ju­nior Foot­ball - Peter­bor­ough Ju­nior Al­liance League round-up

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport - By Bob French bob.french@jpress.co.uk

Park Farm Pu­mas Black Un­der 14s fired a warn­ing to their Divi­sion One ri­vals on Sun­day with the big­gest win on the open­ing day of the Ju­nior Al­liance League sea­son. The city side have been pro­moted to the top tier af­ter romp­ing to the Un­der 13 Divi­soionFour­title­last­sea­so­nand the early signs are they’ll cope ad­mirably at the higher level.

They started with a whop­ping 17-2 thrash­ing of Peter­bor­ough North­ern Star Black with eight play­ers fig­ur­ing on the score­sheet.

They were Lacko Stanislav (3), Daniel Sot (3), Kadan Al-Ghara­bally (2), Ged­im­i­nas Kozik (2), Robert Fa­cuna (2), Do­minik Chromin­ski (2), Joseph Mar­shall (2) and Ben Lane.

Lev­er­ing­ton Sports Un­der 12s, Mal­borne United Un­der 12s, Hol­beach United Un­der 13s and Spald­ing Blue Un­der 13s also reached dou­ble fig­ures.

Lev­er­ing­ton chalked up a 14-3 win over Oundle Town in Divi­sion Three with De­clan Foster and Ryan Ben­ton both help­ing them­selves to five goals, while Mal­borne beat Spald­ing Or­ange 12-0 in Divi­sion Four with Lewis Driscoll net­ting four times and Luke Rymill three.

Hol­beach were 12-0 win­ners over Wis­bech St Mary in Un­der 13 Divi­sion Two, and in Divi­sion Three Spald­ing Blue beat­Rip­pin­gale& Folk­ing­ham 10-2.

Stars of theshow­forS­pald­ing were two of the sub­sti­tutes. Pe­droCarneiroandSam Booth­both­came­offthebench to fire four goals apiece.

Keane Bates was another su­per sub. He hit a hat-trick for Park Farm Pu­mas Red Un­der 12s in their 7-3 win over Glin­ton & North­bor­ough Black.

Ac­tion from the game be­tween Netherton Hawks Un­der 13s and Deep­ing Rangers Blue. Deep­ing won3-0.

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