Priory’s U11s in good form

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Priory U7 Whites

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Priory’s U11 teams took pride of place after a successful weekend for all three.

The U11 Greens put in their best performance for a considerable while by beating Toton Tigers 10-1, Thomas Hutton and Connor Jones both claiming a hat-trick haul along with a brace from Billy Watson and solo strikes from Dylan Gill and James Lock.

The U11 White squad came back from a half-time deficit to beat Southwell City 5-2, Liam Garner and Oliver Waite both scoring twice along with an effort from Jack Shaw.

Matthew Smalley claimed the man-of-the-match award after a fantastic defensive display and the Hoops squad earned their first point of the second phase of the season in a tense game at Kimberley Leisure Centre, drawing 2-2.

Both the U7 teams travelled to East Leake and both teams would have returned happy, Aaron Walker and Oscar Trigg claiming the respective man of the match awards.

Liam Draper gave the whole U8 White squad the man of the match award after a great team display at Stapleford Villa and the Hoops gave the award to Ben Rockley.

In the U10 Section, the Green squad look like they could pull off two successive promotions after beating Bramcote 4-2, new signing Isaac Morledge claiming a debut hat-trick after Matthew Dickinson had opened the scoring.

The U10 Whites though where once again cursing their luck after another single goal defeat losing 1-0 at home to Long Eaton United - their current league position doesn’t reflect just how unlucky they have been this phase.

Ben Scott’s U9 squad travelled to Calverton but fell to a 4-0 loss, while the U13 Whites can now concentrate on Division One safety after crashing out of the YEL Cup at home to West Bridgford.

The U14s also lost (0-3), though put in a spirited performance against higher league Attenborough Colts.

Bailey Brown scored a consolation goal for the U12s as they lost 3-1 at Clifton FC whilst the U16s brushed past Al-Madina 6-1, goals from James Horton who scored a hat-trick, Jake Pearce, Joe Shortland and Kris Cieslak.

The U17s will consider it a case of two points dropped after their away game at Burton Joyce as the result now hands back the initiative to title rivals Aslockton with four games to play.

The U13 Girls shared the points with local rivals Rolls Royce, Skye Storer won the girl of the game award after scoring one goal and making the other for Beth Garner.