Round-up of all the junior football

Parklands Youth Football.'Parkland Tigers Under 13's V Drayton.
Parklands Youth Football.'Parkland Tigers Under 13's V Drayton.
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Daventry Town U12s 2

Moulton Fields 1

The game started off with both teams playing well.

Then Daventry got into another gear and their goalie made several good saves.

Daventry got the breakthrough from Shay Doherty with a well-taken goal.

In the second-half Daventry came out the better with good passing but went to sleep for a second and Moulton scored an equaliser.

From a good corner from Oliver Murray, Harry Stowe scored the winning goal in a 2-1 victory. Man of the match went to Ryan Chambers.

D Grange U16s Colts 1

Black Panthers U16s 3

Colts created scoring opportunities but two breakaway goals and a converted penalty saw Panthers lead at half-time.

In the second half Colts continued to press and were awarded a penalty which was converted by Tom Cotton.

Strong performances by all players resulted in Jack Hogben being named man of the match.

DTFC U13s Vikings 0

ON Chenecks 5

Bottom-of-the-table Daventry played host to leaders Chenecks in a game many would write off as a sure away win. It was but Daventry continually frustrated Chenecks in a near-perfect defensive display in the first-half. They only conceded as legs tired before half time.

With only 10 fit players for the second period Daventry conceded goals. But the players can hold their heads up as Chenecks struggled to look anything like the high fliers they are.

Man of the match was Matthew Birtles.

D Grange Blades U13s 1

Parkland Tigers 0

A disciplined performance from the Blades saw them take the points in a tight game.

Blades back four and keeper were outstanding and they managed to keep Parklands out in the first-half.

Blades started to get on top in the second-half and were rewarded with Kian Daniels superb cross field pass finding Nathan Butler to slot home the winner.

Man of the match was Danny Alcock for a committed performance at full-back.

D Town Vikings U11s 3

Brixworth U11s 0

Vikings started well attacking from the start with a great team effort.

Edward Moyes first hit the crossbar and then Thomas Clements scored the opener.

Blaine Chatwin worked hard up front and came close a couple of times. Tantalizing football from the team saw Thomas get his second.

Brandon Holmes, Alex Osborne, Aiden Crawley worked well as did Mathew Ridgewell in midfield. Edward Moyes got a third and Oliver Brady cleared one off the line.

Jack Ramsden in goal saved certain goals towards the end.

Man of the match went to James Davey.

D Grange Blades U12s 0 Stanwick Rovers 3

Drayton started well but Stanwick were hungry for the win and scored in the first 10 minutes.

Drayton put the pressure on and had several good chances saved. Drayton peppered the Stanwick goalmouth but couldnot get the equaliser.

Stanwick put their chances away and went 3-0 up. Drayton battled to the end but did not make the chances count.

Peterborough Voyager 0 Drayton Grange Blades U14s 4

Blades made the long journey to Peterborough and put on a powerful display to move into the quarter finals of the county cup against a good voyager outfit.

A brace apiece from Matthias Nyakanyanga and Connor Keating were the just desserts for a very good all-round team performance.

On a day when every player did their jobs well, captain Josh Hutchinson edged it for man of the match with a fabulous display, marshalling the back four and winning everything in the air.

Special mention to Jaime Rogers in goal for a faultless display.

D Grange All Stars U11s 2

Blisworth Youth Green 0

All Stars came out on top as both teams battled to master a heavy winter pitch.

Goals either side of half- time by Ethan Hart and Fionn Doherty assured victory for Drayton and their goalie Niles Bradney denied the Blisworth strikers two clear chances.

Man of the match was Luke Hill.