YOUTH FOOTBALL: Waldock hits hat-trick as Vikings tame the Tigers

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Under 11s

Towcester Town Tigers 0

Daventry Town Vikings 5

Scorers: Reagan Gibson, Cameron Waldock 3, Isaac Parkinson

Team: Daniel Ward, Megan Critchley, Keenan French, Reagan Gibson, Lee Smith, Cameron Waldock, Finn Hourigan, Ben Kaye, Max Adams, Kian Humpage, Daniel Brown, Isaac Parkinson

Report: Cameron Waldock scored a hat-trick as Vikings eased scored a comprehensive win at Towcester, but they needed to score four goals in the final 12 minutes. It was 1-0 at the break thanks Waldock’s first. The match looked like it would stay at 1-0 until the late goal rush from Vikings, with Waldock scoring two more and others coming from Regain Gibson and Isaa Parkinson.

Daventry Town Saxons 3

Kingsthorpe Jets Typhoons 0

Scorers: Charlie Trayford, Dan Faulkner, Joshua Adams

Team: Deckyn Hartley, Charlie Trayford, Alex Smith, Dylan Overton, Luke Barker Poole, Joseph Pursey, Dan Faulkner, Jack Hancock, Joshua Adams, Nayan Bryce, James Currivan

Report: Soaring Saxons ground out a well deserved 3-0 victory against Kingsthorpe Jets to make it seven straight league wins. Saxons are now top the league by six points. Man of the match was goalkeeeper Decklyn Hartley.

Under 15s

Bugbrooke 1 
Daventry Town Danes 2

CHARLES GILLING and Sam Flockhart were on the mark as Daventry were 2-1 winners over Bugbrooke.

Daventry went 1-0 through Gilling, before Bugbrooke equalised.

Flockhart then restored Daventry’s lead just before half-time.

Both goalkeepers were in great form in the second half, while Connor Weston produced a superb second-half performance in defence for the Danes and was named MOM.

Under 10

Daventry Town Danes 6 
Flore Park Rovers 0

Scorers: Charlie Olive 2, Ciaran Allibone 2, Freddie Price 2

Team: Daniel Ramsden, Morgan Bradshaw, Corbin Mazzone, Jamie Ridley, Harvey Walker, Charlie Olive, Ciaran Allibone, Freddie Price, Oliver Edginton

Report: Danes went 1-0 after five minutes through Freddie Price, and never looked back. Danes’ second goal came Charlie Olive and that’s how it stayed until half-time. In the second half there were further goals from Freddie and Charlie, and two from Ciaran Allibone. Man of the match was Ollie Edgington.