06:00PM, Friday 18 October 2019
MAIDENHEAD B&G FC
Maidenhead Girls u14s continue to top Division 1 with an unbeaten record after Saturday’s 10-1 win over Ascot United.
In dreadful conditions the girls team kept the ball brilliantly to run rings around their opponents. Becky Tinnelly and Emily McMaster both helped themselves to hat-tricks while Charlie Potter (two), Hattie Parkinson and Georgina Evans also got their names on the scoresheet. Victory lifts the side three points clear of their closest challengers in Division 1, with the league now set to take a short break for various cup competitions.
Maidenhead Colts u14s spirits were as damp as the weather as they were beaten 8-0 by Hearts of Teddlothian Cheetahs on Saturday. Player of the match went to Sebi Lievano for his impressive performance in goal in difficult circumstances.
The Colts were much improved after the break, having conceded six of the eight goals in the first period.
A number of matches were called off because of the wet weather, but of the others that went ahead, Maidenhead u18s Santos will be feeling very satisfied with their 3-0 away win at Rushmoor Saints Youth Panthers.
Elsewhere there was a 2-0 home defeat for the u16s Boys against AFC Whitchurch Woodcutters in Division 4 while the u15s Cobras sunk their teeth into the Caversham Trent Golds, winning 3-1 away.
Ryan El-Hawary, Casper Todorovski and Awen Morgan were their goalscorers.
The u12s Panthers nine-a-side team conceded in the final minute to lose 4-3 at home to Hawley Colts.
Billy O’Brien and Harry McGill (two) netted to bring the Panthers back into the game but Hawley stole a last minute winner.
The u18s Girls Blue Sox won 9-1 at home to Tilehurst Panthers in the u18s Girls Division South League. Their goalscorers were Nancy Dean (three), Chloe Bagshaw (two), Amelia Gilbert, Zoe Richardson, Daisy Thompson and Rachel Southby (penalty).
THAMES VALLEY DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
In the Thames Valley Development League the FC Explorers Red were beaten 4-2 by Townmead u12s.
Burnham Junior Jaguars secured a fine 4-1 away win at Thames Valley Youth, while in one of the only Division 2 matches to survive the rainy weather, S4K FC Wolves beat FC Cippenham Bears 4-2.
In the u11s league Golden Eagles and Maidenhead Warriors played out a closely-contested match which could have gone either way right down to the final whistle. In the u9s league Burnham Junior Tigers Blues and Harefield United Youth Reds also played out an exciting game in wet conditions.
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