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Lockhart and Wilson strike

PUBLISHED: 12:22 24 September 2009 | UPDATED: 09:16 11 August 2010

Senrab C 1 Jays 6 DOUBLES from Lockhart and Wilson helped Jays under-11s destroy Senrab C at the weekend. Haynes opened the scoring and although the home side equalised, Cootes restored Jays advantage before the break. The second half belonged to Jays

Senrab C 1 Jays 6

DOUBLES from Lockhart and Wilson helped Jays under-11s destroy Senrab C at the weekend.

Haynes opened the scoring and although the home side equalised, Cootes restored Jays' advantage before the break.

The second half belonged to Jays as Lockhart and Wilson again found the net to seal the points.

Jays: Allen, Bacon, Phillips, Aitchison, Mortimer, Sach, Wilson, Cootes, Haynes, A Lockhart, I Lockhart.

UPR 3

Valence United 5

A double from man of the match Sam Mercer helped Valence under-11s claim victory over UPR.

The visitors took a three-goal lead going into the break and although the hosts fought back, Valence held out for victory.

Josh Burnell, Jordan Darkwa and Lewis Cox added to Mercer's strikes.

Valence: Walsh, Mercer, Wastell, Cresswell, Darkwa, Neill, King, Evans, Nkrumah, Carino, Cox, Burnell, Pearce.

Cobra 2 EMH 1

A superb all round performance from Cobra under-11s saw off a determined EMH side.

Goals from Daniel Oleh and Johanne Iwaran sealed the win, while Jack Hare was named man of the match.

Cobra: Bowness, Budge, Hare, Iwaran, Jordon, Knight, Marshall, Martin, Nartey, Oleh, Sasere, Saunders,Twiggs.

Romford Royals 3 Euro Dagenham 3

A LAST-gasp strike meant Euro Dagenham under-11s had to settle for a point.

After going a goal down, Jordan Russell-Wedderburn equalised and although the hosts regained the lead, Sorba Thomas made sure the visitors went in level at the break.

Jordan netted yet another stunning shot giving the visitors the advantage for the first time.

However, Romford were reluctant to admit defeat and managed to net an equaliser in the dying minutes.

Euro Dagenham: Ahmed, Benmouna, Egglestone-Read, Folkes, John, Morris, Ndinga, Russell- Wedderburn, Taylor, Thomas, Twomey.


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