LINK Sport rounds up all the best of the action from another action packed weekend in the North Wilts Youth League…
Under 12 Division 1
Greenmeadow kept their unbeaten league and cup run with a league win over Stratton Youth. Goals came from Rowan Doyle (2), Ben Cardus (2), Felipe Diaz (1), Harry Kearley (1), Thomas Lane (1) and a goal from man of the match Max Whitfield.
Under 12 Division 4
A last minute winner for Lydiard Youth Black won the game 1-0 against FC Abbey Meads Colts. Lydiard had the chance to take an early lead from the penalty spot but were denied by a superb save from Josh Hodson in the Abbey Meads goal. Charlie Eustice forced the Lydiard goalkeeper to make several great saves but neither team could get the breakthrough in the first half. Both teams defended well for most second half with Daniel Wiltshire, Lewis Fisher and Ben Wollen all performing superbly in the Abbey Meads defence. Lydiard won the game with a great finish after taking a quick throw in the last seconds of the match.
Under 14 Division 2
Ten man Fairford scored a late goal that their valiant efforts throughout the match thoroughly deserved during their 14-1 defeat to Ferndale Rodbourne YCFC. Ferndale’s scorers were Callum Barrett (4), Afonso Alves Ferreira (3), Dawid Osinski (3), Jason Werrell (2), Kyle Meader-Harris and Xavi Diaz-Butcher. There were player of the match performances from Ferndale’s Bailey Gallagher and Fairford’s goalkeeper Christopher Harris.
Under 14 Division 3
Ferndale were extremely unfortunate to lose 3-2 to league leaders Malmesbury. After trailing 1-0 Lucas Peachey then Dan O’Brien both scored to give Ferndale the lead and despite Ferndale dominating the second half, including a player of the match performance from Neo Heath, Malmesbury scored two including a last minute winner.
Under 16 Division 2
Highworth Town Juniors T U16 kept up their 100% league record with a hard-fought 1-0 home win in the strong wind against Castle Coombe Colts U16’s at the Rec. Ollie Mulraney broke through to score the winner for Highworth in the second half.