Priory and Moorgreen teams in busy weekend

Priory Celtic Round-up

Both of Priory’s U11 teams put in great performances last weekend.

The U11 White squad, virtually rebuilt since the end of last season, claimed a deserved point away at Toton Tornados, Ben Howarth with the goal in a 1-1 draw and Nathan Longden man of the match.

The U11 Greens are in a rich vein of form and snatched a further three points in a nervy game at home to Hucknall Sports, an Alfie Hawksworth penalty along with a Matthew Dickinson effort enough for a 2-1 win.

The U12 Greens crashed out of the YEL Trophy to Edwalton Cavaliers, while the U12 Whites lost a seven-goal thriller with Oliver Waite (2) and Matthew Smalley’s 30-yard free-kick scoring the goals and Jake Flowers man of the match.

In Saturday’s mini-soccer action, the U10s lost 4-1 at West Bridgford, Eddie Wylie scoring the consolation with Xena Verma claiming the player of the game award.

Lucas Ellis and Dylan Castledine won the awards for the U8 Saturday squad who put in a great performance.

In Sunday’s action, result of the day went to Chris Elvin’s U17s side who grabbed their first win of the season at home to West Bridgford.

Jack Brown’s goal earned the three points with Andrew Elvin man of the match.

In YEL action, five goals from Kai Boultby and four from Kurtis Spence helped the U13s to a comprehensive 12-1 win over Bingham Town, whilst despite a man of the match performance from keeper Jack Lawes the U14 Greens lost 4-0 in a tight encounter away at FC Huthwaite.

In Sunday’s mini soccer action the U9 Hoops won both of their round robin games at Rolls Royce, Harrison Page winning the man of the match awards for both games.

The ever-improving U7 Greens pulled off a great comeback at home against Hucknall Sports, Alfie May finding his scoring boots again by bagging a brace.

He was named parent’s player of the match with the manager’s award going to Daniel Bailey.

The injury-hit seniors squad lost 9-2 at league leaders Freemans and Mitchell, whilst on Monday the U12 Hoops put in their best performance of the season hitting Mansfield Hosiery Mills for six in a 6-3 victory.

Moorgreen Colts Round-up

The U14s fell 6-1 at Beeston as they tired towards the end, goalscorer Luke Parker and the man of the match Jake Edwards.

The U13s were 4-2 winners over West Bridgford, Finlay Hayes equalising an early Bridgford goal and then Sam Humphries putting them in front.It was 2-2 just after the break but further goals from Brandon Kinton and Josh Kremmos sealed the win.

The U12 Blues were up against Bulwell Rangers and put up a good fight against a tough side in a 5-2 defeat, goals from Kye Palmer and Connor Wilson.

The U10 Blues were at Gedling South Bank Wanderers and fell behind early on, but goals from Jack Spittal and Ben Stapleford turned it round with Finley Head man of the match.

The U7 Whites faced Hucknall Rolls Leisure and put in a fine display with the whole team playing well, man of the match going jointly to Adam Hodgson and Niall O’Kane.

The U7 Blues played West Bridgford Red with James Birkin and James Poole men of the match.