PRIORY Celtic’s senior side bounced back from defeat at Clifton by hitting fourth-placed Cotgrave for six on Sunday.
Priory Celtic’s senior side bounced back from defeat at Clifton by hitting fourth-placed Cotgrave for six on Sunday.
Cotgrave took lead when Mark Turner fired home after a goalmouth scramble, however in an end-to-end first-half Greg Wedge equalised for the home team with a stunning 30-yard volley.
Priory were in front before the break as Dec Smith’s looping header beat Cooper in the Cotgrave goal.
Priory came out showing great attacking flair in the second-half and scored three goals within the first 20 minutes.
Smith scored two to complete his hat-trick with Wedge scoring the fifth.
Cotgrave pulled one back through Gethyn Tustin but Priory added their sixth following a goalkeeping error as Wedge also completed his hat-trick.
Priory’s U16 girls team sit top of their league after a comfortable 2-0 win at home against Asfordby Amatuers, Samantha Farmer and Jess Knott scoring the goals.
The U11 girls once again put in a fantastic performance away at Holy Spirit and though they lost 6-4 they will take great satisfaction in the result – Bethany Garner scoring a stunning hat-trick with Hana Ahmed claiming the other.
The U12 girls saw off Toton Tigers 2-1 to maintain their 100 per cent start to the season, Chloe Stockton and Sophia Meakin amongst the scorers
It was cup day on Saturday for both the U9 teams.
The Greens where below strength for their trip to Cotgrave, and agonisingly lost 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
The Whites saw off Holy Spirit Red 9-2, a hat-trick for Ben Griffiths with other goals from Zehn Rana (2), Jake Flowers (2), Oliver Waite and James Lock. Luke Millington put in a good performance on his debut.
Also on Saturday the U16s made the long trip to Willington and put in a fantastic performance in a 1-1 draw.
Both the U8s teams where at home on Saturday. The Whites played host to West Bridgford where Joseph Schorah won the man-of-the-match award, Max Binch claiming the award for the Greens in their game against Wollaton Hall.
Andy Neilson’s U15s visited Ernehale Colts, Joe Clark scoring Priory’s solitary goal in a 7-1 defeat.
The U14s lost 4-3 at West Bridgford, while the U13s were 5-2 winners at Stapleford Villa.
The U12s appear to be adapting to life well in the first division, a visiting Ernehale team where no match for Priory as they won 3-1.
A Tommy Smith hat-trick helped the U11 Greens to a comprehensive 7-2 win against Arnold Town, further goals from Dylan George, Christopher Huskinson, Joshua Wright and Jake Edwards, with Jack Lawes making a fine penalty save.
Finally the U10s travelled to league leaders Carlton Town but returned back to Kimberley empty handed.
Priory are now holding training sessions each Monday night for their new U9 girls section. Players should be in school years three or four.
The U11 girls are also looking for players to build on their existing squad – training is held each Wednesday. For more details contact the club through their website at www.priorycelticfc.co.uk.