Priory Celtic Round-up
The performance of the weekend was provided by the U11 Whites who put ten past Bramcote FC on their travels on Saturday winning 10-0.
Two goals from Jake Flowers and an Ed Flynn strike gave them a 3-0 half-time lead which was assisted by a great display in goal from Niall Storer, but in the second-half Priory went through the gears with Jack Shaw grabbing a hat-trick, Ben Griffiths claiming two and Liam Garner all scoring, as for the second game running the Whites claimed a clean sheet.
The U11 Greens put in a good display against champions elect Calverton MW but went down 5-0 and the U13 Whites moved through to the YEL Cup quarter-final after a superb result against Carlton Town, goals from Joshua Whyte, Jake Simpson, Matthew Hallam and Christopher Neilson sealing a 4-0 win.
In Saturday’s mini-soccer action the U8 Greens’ man-of-the-match award was won by George Brereton for his all round display, while the U9s saw off Long Eaton United 3-1 with goals from man of the match Kaine Bray (2) and Luke Burgon.
The U10 Greens now have one hand on promotion from Division Four and the chance of honours is in their own hands after a workmanlike performance away at Edwalton Cavaliers, Matthew Dickinson and Theo Simmonds both scoring two with Josh Caley and Alfie Hawksworth also getting on the scoresheet.
A Tommy Reeves strike was enough for the U10 Whites to earn a point at Riverside FC.
In Sunday’s action, Josh Caley won the U7 man-of-the-match award whilst in league action there was very good wins for both the U14s, winning away at Netherfield Boys 2-0 with Adam Loydall and Zhamel Bonner scoring, and the U13 Greens who also beat a Netherfield Boys team 3-2, Christopher Huskisson and Joshua Wright on the scoresheet with Elliott Bott claiming the decisive goal from the spot.
The U11 Hoops lost at Gotham Rangers as did the U12s who returned from West Hallam pointless.
Priory’s U13 Girls moved up to fifth in the Nottinghamshire Girls league with a 2-0 win over Woodhouse Colts, girl of the game Beth Garner and Caitlin Dickinson on the scoresheet.
In the older age groups, Chris Elvin’s U16s drew 1-1 with Duffield Dynamo’s and the U18s claimed three very valuable points in a 2-1 win away at West Bridgford United.
Finally, the seniors took on FC Eastwood in a local derby and claimed three points in an entertaining 6-4 win, Ben Rogers (2), Ryan Silverton, Jack Walker, Daniel Hind and Ben Scott scoring the goals that gave the young team there first win in six outings.