Priory’s under-17 side score ten past Bingham

Result of the weekend for Priory’s teams came from the U17s who hit Bingham Town for ten in their first round League Cup game on Sunday.

A Tom Wood hat-trick plus a brace from both Greg Simmons and Jack Nicholson, with other strikes from Jake Sinfield, Jake Parr and Arash Abdollah, saw them through to the second round draw.

Both U8 sides where in action on Saturday morning, Jake Laws and Max Binch claiming the man of the match awards for the two teams.

Harry Hallsworth and Will Meakin won the awards for the U7s after their trip to Holy Spirit Celtic.

Both U9 teams maintain their title-chasing credentials. The Greens won a nine-goal thriller by the odd goal away at Toton Tigers, two goals each for Liam Garner and Connor Jones plus a Joshua Etches effort sealing the win.

The Whites easily saw off Clifton Aces, Jake Flowers once again scoring a hat-trick (taking his season total to 15) plus goals from Gabriel Dawson (2), Oliver Waite, Luke Millington and Ben Griffiths keeping their 100 per cent record intact.

There was heartbreak for the U11 Whites who lost 4-3 in the YEL Cup at West Bridgford on Saturday, as goals from Owen Jordan, Jake Simpson and Christopher Neilson where all in vain.

The U11 Greens also went out of the Sunday Cup after losing at home for the second time this season against Clifton Aces.

Also involved in knockout action, the girls teams both travelled to West Bridgford.

The U12 girls progressed through to the second round of the County Cup after seeing off West Bridgford Demons 1-0 with a goal from Sophia Meakin, though the ever improving U11 girls lost at Holy Spirt 3-2, Bethany Garner and Hana Ahmed scoring Priory’s goals.

In a real local derby Kimberley MW U14s progressed to the second round of the Young Elizabethan Trophy by seeing of Priory’s U14s 3-0

Finally, in league action, the U12s made the trip to Netherfield Boys, where a Jack Pyatt goal was not enough as they lost 3-2.

The U13s where involved in a goalfest with Calverton Miners Welfare and though they scored four goals Calverton unfortunately scored six.

In an entertaining game on Sunday morning the U10s drew 4-4 with Keyworth United, James Foster, Jack Hornby and Thomas Micaleff amongst the goals.

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.