Priory Celtic round-up.
Result of the weekend went to the U11s team who beat title-chasing Carlton Town 1-0 away from home whilst also claiming their first win of the season, Bailey Brown scoring the decisive goal midway through the second-half.
The ever improving U14s had a 1-0 win at Ravenshead, Dennis Surmaj scoring with a delicate lob.
The U13s beat Ilkeston 6-2, while the U15s battled back from 3-1 down at half-time to draw 4-4 with Castle Donington, goals from Pym Westrik, Jack Brown, Nicholas Scott and Jake Pearce.
The U 15s’ great start to the season continued with a 6-3 win over Southwell City in the League Cup.
Shock of the day saw the U18s lose their 100 per cent record as Trowell FC stunned the league leaders with a 3-1 victory, while the U12 Greens lost at home to Sandiacre Town and the U12 girls drew 3-3 with Woodhouse Colts, Chloe Rutherford and Caitlin Dickinson (2) scoring the goals with Megan Ashton claiming the girl of the game performance.
The U10 Greens returned from West Bridgford with a point after a 4-4 draw, Harvey Jefferies with a hat-trick and Thomas Hutton the other goal.
The U10 Whites lost 3-0 at home to league leaders Beeston Park Rangers, but the U9 Whites scored nine without reply as they increased their lead at the top of their division, goals from Joshua Richards (3), Ben Howarth (2), Kyle Kelvey (2) and Jake Lawes and Harrison Reed.
The U9 Greens drew 3-3 in a friendly with Bilborough Pelican, goals from Thomas Penney, Thomas Marshall and Bobby Watson and where man of the match went to Tom Ellis.
The U12 Whites beat Sherwood FC 5-3 with Matthew Hallam, Robbie Horsley, William Thornhill, Joshua Wright and Callum Griffiths on the scoresheet.
In mini-soccer, Joshua Bramley won the U7 MOM award with Ben Spencer winning the U8s’.