Under 15 C
Result of the day has to go to Waltham Wolves White at Under 15 C. Going into the match they were bottom of the table with only one point as they travelled to Brookers Field to play top of the table Bridgemary Colts.
The Whites side have never won a league match since they entered the league and it has only been this season when they broke their points duck with a 3-3 draw with Liss Athletic Flame way back in September. So hopes were not that high as they travelled but a tremendous team effort saw the lads from Bishops Waltham come away with a great 4-3 win and draw themselves level on points with Liss at the bottom of the table. They went 2-0 up with goals from Henry Boden and an og but then let Colts back into the game to go 3-2 down. Boden then scored twice more to complete his hat trick. Credit also to our goalkeeper George Wharf who made several good saves throughout the game.
Chris Plow, Luke Manktelow and Adam Willis scored the goals for the shocked leaders, but Colts were very flattering in their praise for the Wolves side.
Under 15 Hampshire Cup Semi Final
It will be Bishops Waltham Dynamoes who represent the Mid Solent in the final of the Under 15 Hampshire Cup as they finally won their much delayed semi final clash with fellow MS side Harting Hawks.
And then it took extra time to separate the two sides. With the scores locked at 2-2 after full. Dynamoes won the tie, and a place in the final with the only strike of the extra period. Harrison Moore, Aaron Hunt and Matthew Spicer were the scorers for Dynamoes with Rhys Shelley and May Powell scoring for Harting.
Under 15 A
LOCAS Youth and Ranvilles Rangers finally managed to get a game under their belt after the long layoff and it was LOSCA who were the fresher and recorded a 4-2 win that gave them their first official league win of the season. Josh Saunders, Brandon Palmer, George Pointon and Matt Todd scored for LOSCA. Efforts from Tom Presdee and Mason Phelps proved just no to be enough.
Under 9 Mini Soccer
In a keenly contested and good spirited match, two goals each from George Fortnum and Ed Cullum and one each from Harry Hall and Alexander Atkinson saw WW Tornadoes run out 6-2 winners against WW Lightning. Tornadoes raced into a 5-0 lead before Lightning pulled 2 goals back. Tornadoes rounded off a fine team performance by adding a 6th goal before the end.
Crofton Saints Lions knocked six past East Lodge, without reply with Ethan Cheshire, Robert Morton, Harry Preston, Harry Jones, Lewis Terrett and Ethan Dean all getting on the score sheet.
Under 10 Mini Soccer
Two goals each from Mick Robinson, Matthew Jennings and Tom Harris gave Waltham Wolves Red a 6-2 win over Havant & Waterlooville.
Samet Doyle, Jamie Winter, Weston James, Luke Gladwell and Matthew Boudier were amongst the goals as Gosport Borough ran out 6-0 winners away to University of Portsmouth.
Another side to win was Gosport FC who beat Spartan Colts 7-0. Ben Duffin scored a hat trick and there was two each from Travis Clark and Leo King
Five goals from Callum Reynolds was the backbone of AFC Portchester’s 7-2 win over
Waltham Wolves Wolverines. Morgan Frost and George Bruce also scored.
In the other matches Whiteley Wanderers beat Crofton Saints Panthers 2-0 and Bishops Waltham Dynamoes beat Lee Rangers 4-0
Under 11 A
Locksheath Lions dragged themselves out of the bottom two with a 5-0 over fellow strugglers, AFC Portchester A. Charlie Satterthwaite, Ethan Clark, Jack French, Callum Brady and an own goal made up the goal scorers.
Ranvilles Rangers consolidated third place with a 2-0 win over Gosport Falcons. Andrew Davis and Theodor Howden got the all important goals.
Under 11 B
AFC Dynamo and Lee Rangers A met for the second week in a row with much the same outcome as Dynamo rattled in double figures again. This time was not a much as the week before as Rangers put in a strong defensive display but could not prevent a 10-1 defeat. AFC Dynamo goal scorers were Lucas Nurden and Lewis Kent with three each and Oliver Barber, Owen Hurst George Smith and Harry Wells all scored a goal each.
Grayshott FC extended their points lead at the top of the table with a 3-2 win over nearest current rivals, AFC Portchester B. Connor Redrup scored two and the third came from Joe Brooke-Barnett of Grayshott.
Crofton Saints Tigers managed to get a game in with an away trip to Clanfield, which they came away from with a 3-2 win and the three points. Peter Snaith, Sam Scarborough and Liam Mayberry were al on target for the Tigers.
Another side to score ten was Warsash wasps as the beat Lee Rangers B 10-0.
Under 12 B
A goal each from Jordan Nash, Bentley Moxham, Charlie Kempsford Connor Johnson and Callum Baxter gave AFC Dynamo a 5-3 win over Crofton Saints Green and moved to within two points of the table toppers, AFC Portchester.
VT Youth cut Solent’s lead to just 2 points with a 6 – 0 away win at Gosport FC. Liss Athletic Lightning
came form 2 goals down to beat Gosport Falcons 3-2.
Crofton Saints moved into a clear second position with a 6 – 3 away win at BTC, Thomas Hill, Oscar Stone, and Calvin Mugadza with the BTC goals. Whiteley Wanderers eased to victory over Warsash Wasps, Matthew Casey (3) Lloyd Maxwell (2) Jake McWilliams, Jake Adams, and Corey Finlay all scored for Whiteley without reply, to leave the final score Whiteley Wanderers 8 – 0 Warsash Wasps. Liss Tornados made the trip Locks Heath Lions and came away with the points by winning 1-7. Hamish Perry (2) Thomas Lewis (2) Ben Vaughan, Raefel Cains, and George Hughes-Stanton all netted for Liss while Alex Lang got the Locks Heath Goal. Ethan Snell and Josh Gunther were on target as AFC Dynamos beat Spartan Colts by 2 goals to nil.
After six weeks without a ball being kicked in competition the A League was finally back in action as Cowes Sports Youth closed the gap on leaders Grayshott Youth A by winning a five goal thriller by three goals to two. A Ryan Hill brace plus an OG sealed the win. Jack Howard and Zack Oakley got the Grayshott goals. BSS Portsmouth got their first win of the season as they overcame Havant and Waterlooville by five goals to one. Daimeon Beddon hit a hat trick and there were strikes for Harry Easen and Kyle Davies. Danny Steere replied for H&W.
Locks Heath Lions move clear of bottom club Liss Athletic after winning by three goals to one. Andrew Hardiman hit all 3 for the Lions. Lewis Thorne got the Liss goal. Gosport Falcons defeated Warsash Wasps by three goals to nil on the mark for the Falcons were Conner Wall, Carlo Capolucci and Lloyd Milton.
Lee Rangers move four points clear at the top after a 3-0 victory over Crofton Saints Green. Goal scorers were Nathan Carvelle, Alex Zotsch and Jack Jurd
Under 14 Girls
Two goals from Georgia Smeed helped to gain a point for University of Portsmouth in their 2-2 draw with Widbrook United. Uni are proving to be the draw specialist of the division having gained all four of their points from drawn games and having not yet managed a win in their seven games so far.
College A consolidated second place in the 16A Division with a hard fought 5-2 victory at Newport St Georges. Goals from George Davis, Jordan Fancey, Tom Peachey, Tony Worfold and Nat Jackson gave College victory. Edward Nolan and Matthew Bailey netted
East Lodge kept up their title challenge in the 16B Division with a 5-1 win over Locks Heath Lions. Ben Thomas hit a double for Lodge with Jack Grant, Luke South and a Lions defender also getting on the score sheet.. Luke Shergold was on target for Locks Heath.