Peacock show their feathers
Peacock 10 Lakeview 1 FOUR goals apiece from Carvel and Simmons helped Peacock under-16s rack up double figures for the third game in a row at the weekend. Fletcher also struck twice, while Lavdat was named man of the match. Peacock: Murphy, Josylin, Lavd
Peacock 10 Lakeview 1
FOUR goals apiece from Carvel and Simmons helped Peacock under-16s rack up double figures for the third game in a row at the weekend.
Fletcher also struck twice, while Lavdat was named man of the match.
Peacock: Murphy, Josylin, Lavdat, Morriss, Puddock, Fletcher, Lee, Reside, Barclay, Taylor, Simmons, Wickens, Turner, Carvel, Chapman, Adams.
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Jets A 9 Tigers 1
TAYLOR TOMBIDAS smashed four goals as Jets under-14s were dominant against Tigers.
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Taylor Harris, Nathan Ellis, Robert Kelly, Joe Glenister plus an own goal were enough for rampant Jets to claim an easy win.
Jets A: Holland, Livett, Ellis, R Kelly, M Kelly, Harris, Tombides, Read, Glenister, Dearman, Mason.
Jets A 8 Great Danes 1
JETS under-14s progressed to the second round of the Essex County Cup as Mike Kelly hit a hat-trick.
Taylor Harris struck twice, while goals from Robert Livett, Taylor Tombidis and Jake Holland sealed the win.
Jets A: Livett, R Kelly, M Kelly, Holland, Elsey, Ellis, Tombides, Read, Harris, Glenister, Dearman, Mason.
Senrab A 3 Thamesmead Town 2
AN EXCELLENT first-half performance was just enough for Senrab under-14s as they progressed in the London Cup.
Shandon Matthews gave Senrab the lead, before goals from Jordan Wellington-Emile and Matthews again, gave the hosts a comfortable lead at the break.
Thamesmead fought back to score twice, but Senrab, who named Sam Baders as man of the match, held on.
Senrab: Hession, Collier, Whitnell, Sesay, Elliman, Brown, Croxford, Bader, Arewa, Kizza, Matthews, Wellington-Emile, White, Edgar, Nimoh-Badu.
RSA Basildon Town Ladies 0
West Ham United Ladies 3
THREE first half goals, including two from Dannielle Robertson, helped West Ham Ladies under-16s to a win over Basildon.
April Bowers opened the scoring for the Hammers Ladies after 20 minutes, before Robertson scored twice more before the break to seal the three points for her side.
Writtle 2 West Ham 1
A SOPHIE MCLEAN strike could not prevent West Ham Ladies under-14s from losing at Writtle.
West Ham 3 LTD 3
CHELSEA MARTIN scored twice as West Ham under-14s were held by LTD.
West Ham 7 Tigers 0
GRACE HILL smashed four goals to help West Ham Ladies under-10s register a superb win over Tigers.
West Ham United 3 Redbridge 0
Charlotte Blaize, Shelly Sumpter and Lotte Wubben-Moy scored as West Ham under-12s were victorious.