Second half display is just gr-eight for in-form Prostar

Prostar 8 Westward 1 PROSTAR under-13s put in an excellent team performance to overcome Westward at the weekend. In the first half Prostar took the lead from a 20-yard shot by Thomas. Westward then put together a wonderful passing move to open up the def

Prostar 8 Westward 1

PROSTAR under-13s put in an excellent team performance to overcome Westward at the weekend.

In the first half Prostar took the lead from a 20-yard shot by Thomas.

Westward then put together a wonderful passing move to open up the defence to equalise, before Cobblah got another to put Prostar ahead just before half time.


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In the second period, Westward made a game of it, before Prostar took control with goals from Harris, Dans, Peters, Gibson-Lambert, Ellis and Holland.

Prostar: Thomas, Dike, Jacobes, Ellis, Costello, Holland, Lambert, Peters, Deans, Harris, Hyjas, Taylor, Grisolea, Cobblah.

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Senrab A 3 Jays Youth A 0

A MYLES CROXFORD double helped Senrab under-13s to an impressive win over Jays at the weekend.

Wellington-Emile made the break through for Senrab just before half time to make it 1-0.

After the break, Senrab continued to play some lovely football as Croxford scored his first goal for Senrab with a long-range effort and added his second 15 minutes later with an even more impressive goal from 20 yards.

Senrab: Hession, Collier, Bader, Sesay, White, Brown, Edgar, Croxford, Smallwood, Kizza, Wellington-Emile, Elliman, Nnaji, Matthews, Nimoh-Badu, Mohamad.

Woodford Youth 1 Prostar Wildcats 0

WOODFORD under-10s goalkeeper Lewis Green was in fine form to deny Prostar at the weekend.

In a very keenly-contested match, both sides showed early promise creating half chances and using the ball well, but the match remained scoreless at half-time.

Woodford Youth took the lead early in the second half with a good finish from close range following a corner.

Prostar then set about retrieving the match and earned a penalty.

Unfortunately Gyemfi Acheampong found Woodfords' keeper in inspired form and the kick was turned away.

Clacton Athletic 1

West Ham United Ladies 10

FOUR goals from Kimmilee Day helped West Ham under-16s to a comfortable win over Clacton at the weekend.

The hosts took a surprise lead before Gemma Abela (2) and Day found the net as the Hammers led 3-1 at the break.

Three more in the second half from Day, one more from Abela plus strikes from Holly Trimby, Sophie Reed and Amy Cooley sealed the win.

West Ham 10 Colchester 0

FOUR goals from Lauren Harvey helped West Ham under-12s to a 10-0 thrashing of Colchester.

Defender Georgia Richards opened the scoring before Chelsea Martin and a hat-trick from Harvey made the game safe.

Amber Amey made it 6-0, before Harvey, Mollie Rose and Georgia Hopkins added to the day's tally with Amey's late strike making it 10.

Little Thurrock Dynamos 0

West Ham United 3

A CHARLIE DEVLIN double helped West Ham under-11s to a vital win over the Dynamos at the weekend.

The hosts started strongly, but Devlin settled the Hammers nerves converting a loose ball, before doubling her tally moments before the break.

Thurrock tired towards the end allowing Ellie Webster time to slot home and make the score three.

West Ham: Perry, Woolgrove, Durrance, Stokes, Patten, Devlin, Browne, Gough, E Webster, C Webster, Carvell, Blaize.

Southend Manor 3 West Ham United 6

AN amazing six goals from Dannielle Robertson meant West ham under-14 progressed to the final of the Essex County Girls' League Cup at the expense of Southend Manor.

The home side sprinted into a three-goal lead before Robertson struck. After the break West Ham were sensational as they booked their place in the final.

West Ham: Williams, S Mitchell, Kershaw, M Mitchell, Houlihan, Hayes, McLean, Cook, Robertson, Beard.

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