Priory’s under-11 squad claim third division title

Pride of place goes to the U11s who with three games still remaining claimed the Third Division title by beating their nearest rivals Pegasus 3-1.

Meanwhile, playing their first home game since January, Priory’s U15 team made heavy going of the first-half coming back from a goal down to end the half all square.

A different story in the second-half though, with four further goals to finish 5-1 victors. Goalscorers for Priory were Luke Hodgman, Ben Foster, Ryan Robinson, Alex Elliker and Caine Comery,

Over on the mini-soccer pitches the U10 Whites maintained their promotion push with a merited 2-0 win over Sherwood FC with goals from Ben Dickinson and Matthew Hallam.

Both U8s sides had good workouts with the Whites travelling to Breaston Park and the Greens at home to Attenborough.

The third placed U10 Greens, still reeling from their cup semi -final exit, entertained second-placed Netherfield Boys Blue in a classic six pointer – but the cup exit hangover got worse for the boys as they slumped to their first league defeat in seven outings, crashing 4-0.

The U9s who played host to Beeston Centurions – a 5-2 win keeping the green and whites in third place but with games in hand over second-placed Ravenshead

The games have been coming thick and fast for the U12s who despite losing by the odd goal in seven on Thursday night against top-of-the-table Calverton where involved in another goal feast away at Radcliffe Olympic, losing 5-3.

The U13s easily saw off Ravenshead Reds 3-0 at the Leisure Centre with goals for Joshua Bukraba, Nicholas Scott and Robbie Wallis, but the U14s crashed to another defeat away at Gedling Town.

In Notts Youth League action a penalty from Joe Allport and man-of-the-match performance from Luke Williams was enough to see them home against Pelican Colts.

l The Priory Celtic Girls Soccer School commences this Saturday, April 2.

The school is for girls currently attending primary school with a long term aim of creating new teams to compete in the local leagues starting in September.

The sessions start at 10am on the grass pitches. FA Qualified coaches and Broxtowe Sports Leadership coaches will be holding the sessions.

Players can just turn up on the day wearing appropriate footwear and should bring a drink.