Round-up of all the junior football

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Weedon Juniors U15s 3 Gregory Celtic 1

Weedon were the stronger team throughout, gaining in confidence as the game went on. Gregory Celtic scored a late goal but it was too late as Weedon went on to get a thoroughly deserved 3-1 win.

D Grange U16s Colts 3

Wooldale Red 1

Wooldale dominated most of the first-half and deserved to take the lead early in the second. After this wake-up call, Colts played wider and Chris Berrevoets scored a stunning equaliser. Ryan Bowyer scored Colts’ second and Jack Hogben wrapped it up from the penalty spot. Stephen Hamilton returned in goal and was awarded man of the match.

Dav Town Vikings U10s 3

Crick Crusaders 0

Four saves from goalie Ryan Adams kept a clean scoresheet again for the team. Goals from Ryan Thompson in the first half, then Joshua Harding and Thomas Fish, with superb team work from all and super defensive play from Leon Duly, saw the match end 3-0 and the first home win in a while for the Daventry team.

Dav Town Saxons U9 2

Towcester Foxes 1

Super Saxons had to dig deep to overcome Towcester Town Foxes with a hard-earned but well-deserved 2-1 victory which extends their unbeaten run to four games.

Two magnificently taken goals by man of the match Taylor Noel saw Saxons storm into an early 2-0 lead.

But a defensive lapse which Towcester punished almost allowed the Foxes back into game.

Saxons rose to the challenge showing tremendous maturity and strength of character, closing Towcester down well and restricting the Foxes to optimistic long-range efforts.

Saxons saw out a goal-less second-half with the result never really in doubt.

This result gives the Saxons’ promotion push a real boost and sets up an exciting run-in to the season.

Danes U13s 6

Towcester Town Green 3

Danes led 3-1 at half-time thanks to goals by Lewis Boorman (2) and Ethan Thomas.

Connor Porter saved a penalty and the follow up at 2-1. In the second-half, Adam Grogan scored twice along with a Sam Flockhart strike.

Adam and Jay Reesby were men of the match.

D Grange Blades U14s 2

Woodford United 1

Blades bounced back from their cup defeat with a hard- fought win against a determined Woodford Outfit.

A dour first-half was illuminated by man of the match Matthias Nyakanyanga’s outstanding finish that took Blades to 1-0 at the interval.

A half-time rocket for Blades saw them come out determined to increase their lead and they did this when Josh Hutchinson headed home from an excellent Dylan Jones’ corner.

Blades worked hard all over the pitch and were unlucky not to score again but they found the Woodford keeper in fine form.

Woodford scored a good goal in the last minute but by that time Blades had secured the win.

Drayton Grange Blades U13s 0

Harpole 0

A draw was a fair result in this game.

Both teams’ defences dominated with Tom Davis and Jake Osborne putting in controlled displays and Jacob Ireland making a superb save.

George Jackson was man of the match with an energetic performance on the left-wing.

D Grange Blades U12s 4

ON Chenecks 0

Drayton dominated the first half, peppering ON Chenecks’ goalmouth. Alfie Painter opened the scoring midway through half-time.

Drayton continued their attack and the play was all in their opponent’s half. The home team were 2-0 up at half-time. Drayton continued to dominate and Alfie got his second from a Sam Hennessey corner.

Benji Gatward sealed the win with a cracking goal.

Dav Town Vikings U11s 3

Soccer Stars U11s 1

Teamwork, terrific, tantalizing and tenacious football is the way to describe this match as Vikings started really well with a tenacious goal from Callum Blackmore.

Jack Ramsden’s stopped a penalty and the whole team worked well together to make it a great match.

Blaine Chatwin scored a tantalizing strike from 20 yards to make it 2–nil.

Brixworth played well but Thomas Clements slotted a third to make the final score 3-1.

Aiden Crawley, Alex Osborne, James Davey all played well.

A special mention for the referee D Ashwell who was excellent.

Men of the match went to Jack Ramsden, Blaine Chatwin and Callum Blackmore.