Jack at the double for five-alive Leys
PUBLISHED: 12:16 15 September 2009 | UPDATED: 09:13 11 August 2010
Leys Park 5 Shield Academy 0 A JACK BOYS double helped Lays Park under-18s to a thumping victory over Shield Academy. Boys opened the scoring and Scott Stacey doubled Park s advantage before the break. Dale Young made it three, before Boys hit his second
Leys Park 5 Shield Academy 0
A JACK BOYS double helped Lays Park under-18s to a thumping victory over Shield Academy.
Boys opened the scoring and Scott Stacey doubled Park's advantage before the break.
Dale Young made it three, before Boys hit his second and an own goal completed the rout. Tosin Olodo was named man of the match.
Leys Park: Kelly, Smallwood, Bailey, Potts, Olodo, Stacey, Hardy, Boys, Cabby, Hughes, Martin, Coble, Conroy, Jago, Young.
Belhus Colts 2 Barking Colts 10
NEW signing Jack McAllister struck four times as Colts under-16s produced a dominant display to beat Belhus.
Tom Wiltshire netted a brace, while McAllister's four goals and a hat-trick from Rowan Douglas heaped misery on Belhus. Man of the match Luke Sargent sealed the win with a fine strike.
Barking Colts: Palmer, Wiltshire, Brown, Sargent, Tyrrell, Bussey, Harvey, Douglas, Wilson, Ayilara, Outubanjo, White, McAllister.
Cowley Boys 0 Bardag 1
A RASHAUN PARKES-COPE strike helped Bardag under-16s to a hard-fought victory.
The hosts defended well, but the breakthrough came five minutes into the second half, when a delightful through ball from James Downes sent Parkes-Cope on his way to round the keeper and slot home from an acute angle.
Man of the match was Parkes-Cope for an outstanding battling performance.
Jays 2 Heath Park 0
A GREAVES double helped Jays under-15s to a tight victory over a decent Heath Park outfit.
Man of the match Dobinson was outstanding both in defence and coming forward, in what was an excellent all round team performance.
Jays: Parish, Cave, Dobinson, Swaby, Ekmekci, Animasaun, Yakeen, Watson, Surridge, Greaves, Blackburn, Ritchie, Small, Punter.
Jays 9 Byron Red Star 2
MASSALA scored four goals as rampant Jays under-13s were too much for Red Star to handle.
Amador struck twice while further goals from Page, L Marerci and F Marerci gave Jays the perfect start to theseason.
Jays: Woodhouse, Lee, Scrimshaw, Arifi, Brooks, Islam, Lazar, Badmanadan, Amador, Page, Lopaz, McGarry, Davis, F Marerci, L Marerci, Massala.
Thurrock Tigers 0 Valence United 3
ALBERT CARLEY bagged two goals as newly-promoted Valence United under-13s kicked off their Premier League season with a superb performance against a strong Thurrock outfit.
After an even start, Valence took the lead through Carley, who added a second just after the break.
With just a couple of minutes left, Remi Awosanya hit a solo effort to seal it.
Valence: Heard, Smith, Hodgson, Adebayo, Fairburn, Carley, Abiola, Hand, Bessant, Mensah, Awosanya, Shobande, Adecoya.
Bardag 4 Ferns United 2
SKIPPER Adam Thomas struck twice as Bardag under-13s cruised to victory.
Daniel Ezeorji and Charlie Sprent were the other scorers, while Patrick Okoji was the man of the match.
Bardag: Lovett, Drury, Sinfield, Ayres, Sargent, Acevedo, Halil, Wright, Smith, Thomas, Sprent, West, Fisher, Okoji, Ezeorji, Kanyowa, Hadjkura, Johnson.
Romford Royals 3 Euro Dagenham 6
Euro Dagenham under-12s opened the new season with a sensational win.
After a slow start, Euro found their form as Conroy, Graham, Imbert-Thomas, D McNicholas, Tahiri and Wheatley all found the target.
Euro Dagenham: Brand, Conroy, Dobson, A Everitt, J Everitt, Graham, Hussain, Imbert-Thomas, C McNicholas, D McNicholas, Olagbaju, Spurr, Tahiri, Wheatley.
Jays 3 Buckhurst Hill 2
JAYS under-11s recovered from two goals down to beat Buckhurst Hill.
After a disastrous opening 10 minutes, Jays battled back and scored just before half-time through Sach.
Quinn struck an equaliser for the hosts after 40 minutes, before Sach's 84th Jays goal sealed the points.
Jays: Francois, Bacon, Phillips, Mortimer, Allen, Wilson, Cootes, Quinn, Sach, Haynes, Lockhart, Aitchison.
Valence United 1 Wadham 6
VALENCE under-11s were beaten by an impressive Wadham outfit.
Sam Mercer scored a consolation from the spot, while man of the match was Lewis Cox.
Valence: Walsh, Mercer, Darkwa, Cresswell, Neill, King, Evans, Wastell, Pulham, Nkrumah, Carino, Cox, Burnell, Pearce.
Amec 4 Dagenham FC 3
KURTIS DAWE hit a hat-trick as Amec under-13s won this entertaining friendly.
Mo Shariff was the other scorer as Amec played some superb passing football throughout the contest.
Amec: Bunduku, Fadul, Payne, Shariff, Wright, Humphreys, Brown, Gaymer, Virtue, Dawe, Barwick, Tariq.