NETHERTON U13S 1 PINCHBECK UTD U13S 10: Pinchbeck hit double figures and proved they are a real force in Division One this season as they put on a great display in difficult conditions.
Layton Maddison set up the opener for Ben Lawrence, who drove a low shot in off the post from ten yards. Two minutes later Lawrence was on the scoresheet again, cutting in from the right to score via the woodwork again. Joe Mckue was next to find the net with a drive from ten yards, before Jack Brown steered home a fine effort. Just before half time Brown grabbed his second, rounding the keeper to score superbly.
Netherton pulled one back early in the second period, but more Pinchbeck goals followed. Right back Harry Decamps led the charge, thumping home a long range strike from nearly 30 yards.
Decamps soon notched his second with a sweet strike – and then completed an impressive hat-trick with another bullet from distance.
Jacko Withers made it nine when he steered a left foot shot passed the keeper, but the goal of the game was the final one. A flowing move that saw the ball travel 80 yards finished when Lawrence crossed for Maddison to net.
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Job done for Dons
Two first-half goals helped Dons make cup progress.
The Dons opened the scoring in style as Liam Recce slotted home following some neat passing. Jordan Effield then showed good strength and skill to evade two defenders before placing a shot beyond the keeper. The second half was a non-event.
HOLBEACH UTD U16S 4
PARKWAY EAGLES U16S 4
This thriller was abandoned after 52 minutes amid shocking conditions.
Goals from Gilbert, Mitchell, Phillips and Lachasseigne put Holbeach 4-1 up at the break as the Tigers took Parkway apart.
As the pitch turned into a quagmire and some of the Tigers started to struggle with the heavy ground, football became impossible and the game became a lottery. Eagles grabbed three goals back before the referee halted the tie.
YOUNG DONS U15S 5
CLAYTONS U15S 0
Dons delivered a top showing as Ashley Sandall hit a hat-trick.
Striker Sandall raced onto a Cameron Marshall pass to fire the only goal of the first period. Two further goals in ten second-half minutes saw Sandall completed an impressive treble.
Stand-in keeper Macaulay Ealham pulled off some cracking stops as Claytons searched for comeback, but Owen Sill’s excellent finish from the edge of the box made it 4-0. Billy Bristow completed the rout when he smashed home.
HOLBEACH UTD U15S 5
LOUTH U15S 2
Holbeach continued their great start to the season on a rain soaked morning.
A fine solo strike from Ben Gibbons got them up and running, with Jordan Keeble doubling the lead soon after.
Louth hit back, but on the stroke of half time Declan Earth restored the two-goal cushion with a strike that went in off the post.
The young Tigers put the game to bed after the break, with Keeble bagging a brace to complete his second hat-trick in as many games.
Louth grabbed a late second, but, with Ryan Smith outstanding in defence, Holbeach were never in danger of conceding any more.
YOUNG DONS BLUE U15S 4
METHERINGHAM U15S 9
Shocking conditions didn’t stop these two firing 13 goals – with Dons on the receiving end.
Norman put Dons into the lead, only for Metheringham to turn the tables with two quick goals. Great teamwork allowed Meady to level, only for the visitors to notch twice and take a 4-2 half-tme advantage.
Meady scored a further two goals to wrap up a hat-trick on a mudbath of a pitch, but five more strikes from the away side secured their win.
SPALDING UTD U13S 1
THORNEY COLTS U13S 2
Spalding were unlucky to lose this match as they played the better football of the two teams in a wet and soggy match.
Thorney scored two goals in the first half, but the Tulips pulled one back in the second half with a fantastic goal from Daniel Bright.
Keeper Jamie Sharpe produced some excellent saves as Spalding kept pushing for the second goal. Despite some great team work, it failed to materialise.
RIPPINGALE U12S 0
SPALDING UTD U12S 5
Spalding produced a dazzling display to take the spoils in this Division One clash.
Charlie Ford hammered home a fine free kick opener from 20 yards, before Lewis Elston slotted home nicely from Alex Richardson’s pass. After the break Richardson hit a wonder strike into the top corner, then Jack Watson poked home number five. An own goal completed the rout.
STAMFORD AFC U11S 1
SPALDING UTD U11S 1
A draw was just about a fair result as torrential rain and very cold temperatures hampered this Sunday clash.
Spalding threatened in the first half when Sam Bayly and Joseph Bull both went close, while at the other end man-of-the-match keeper Caleb Ansell dealt with everything comfortably. The game opened up in the second half and, although Ansell pulled off a couple of good saves, he was beaten by a rebound.
The young Tulips battled back into the game and when Bayly was put through by Cameron Duncan-Johal he finished tidily to even things up.
Ansell’s superb late stop denied Stamford a win.
YOUNG DONS U10S3
WISBECH SM U10S2
Tom Langford struck a late winner as Dons secured an impressive friendly success.
A close first period saw visitors Wisbech take a 1-0 advantage into the half-time break.
Dons started the second half much brighter and levelled when Harvey Wirkowski scored direct from a corner.
Wisbech regained their lead with a decisive finish, but Dons came back again when Mason Shores stole a yard of space to run through the defence and fire a shot into the corner of the net.Langford poked home the decisive goal.
YOUNG DONS U9S4
HBW UTD U9S4
Dons played out an entertaining draw in the Mid Lincs B league.
Despite trailing 2-1 at the break the home side came back well and always looked a threat down the flanks with good performances from Ciaran Stevens and Stephen Hammond.
Man-of-the-match Cameron Toner completed a brilliant second-half hat-trick on his debut, but Dons were denied victory by a late equaliser.