Priory Celtic round-up.
Priory’s U9 Whites claimed the club’s first honours of the season when they secured runners-up place and promotion from Division Four.
However, they certainly kept the management team and parents on tenterhooks in a tense encounter that was settled by a Daniel Walker strike half way through the first half.
Priory’s mini-soccer teams agreed with their opponents to play on the all-weather surfaces which saw further great games.
James Lock scored two for the U10 Greens after his recent move from the Whites in a 5-2 win over Toton Tigers, Harvey Jefferies, Thomas Hutton and ConnorJones scoring the others.
The U9 Greens finished the autumn season in style with a 3-1 win over Wollaton Hall, Theo Simmonds with a brace and Jacob Gregory strike ensuring a more than deserved top five place.
In mini-soccer friendly action, Dylan Baker won the man-of-the-match award for the U7s , Eddie Wylie and Jamie Muir shared the award for the U8 Greens whilst Owen Scattergood won the award for the U8 whites.
In a top of the table clash, Priory’s U12s travelled to SouthwellCity knowing they had to win to stand any chance of promotion, and in a game that saw the lead change hands on numerous occasions a fantastic four-goal haul from Robbie Horsley saw Priory edge out Southwell by the odd goal in seven.
Sunday’s fixtures were washed away by the torrential downpours.
l Priory are looking to expand their junior girls section and are currently providing sessions for girls in school years four and five each Monday evening at Kimberley Leisure Centre.
New volunteers are also welcome to assist, with full training and support offere. For further details contact the club through the website www.priorycelticfc.co.uk or by Twitter @priory_celtic.