HOLBEACH UTD U10s 9 BOSTON UTD U10s 0: A dazzling display of attacking football from the Tigers stunned Boston as James Clark helped himself to an incredible seven goals.
The opening goal came on 13 minutes, with Clark’s strike from the right too hot to handle. Keeper Jenson Patterson, Thomas Moxon and Lewis Collishaw then combined to lay on Clark’s second.
Leading 2-0 at the break, the Young Tigers then went on the rampage in the second half with a fantastic spell of seven goals in nine minutes.
Clark soon completed his hat-trick and then added a fourth, with Collishaw then getting in on the act. Jack Smith, Alfie Wilson, Callum Hoole and Jack Cunnington then combined to set up Clark again for 6-0, before Charlie Parkes got on the scoresheet.
A great individual run from Clark culminated in his double hat-trick strike, before the red-hot striker rounded off the scoring late on.
GLINTON U18s 0
SPALDING UTD U18s 10
The young Tulips cruised to a convincing victory over Glinton – and could have scored double the ten they managed.
Once again, Spalding played some fine two-touch football in the first half and it was no surprise when they took the lead through a fine goal from Pryke.
Three more goals before half time and killed the game, but theTulips kept pressing Glinton and wore them down with long periods of possession, scoring six more goals.
Well-earned hat-tricks came for Guy Woods and Martin, with a fine brace from debutant Parillon and a Howell goal rounding off the spree.
HOLBEACH UTD U16s 1
PBORO PARKWAY U16s 5
A slow start and some poor finishing cost Holbeach dear.
The young Tigers were unfortunate to go in at half time only 2-1 down. In the second half they picked up the pace and created several good chances.
As the heat began to take its toll, Parkway took their chances to kill the game off.
BOSTON JFC U15s 2
YOUNG DONS U15s 2
Dons were forced to settle for a point. After a goalless first half, Boston took the lead before Dons quickly equalised through Ashley Sandall’s well-taken goal. Dons then went ahead when Billy Bristow met Sandall’s corner. But Boston equalised again late on.
HOLBEACH UTD U15s 1
SLEAFORD U15s 1
Unbeaten Holbeach earned a great point against perennial title winners Sleaford.
Central defenders Josh Cross and Ryan Smith had excellent games for the young Tigers, as did Pillarz, Louis Steadman and Dhanji in midfield.
The equaliser came when Ben Gibbons’ corner was headed home by Steadman.
STAMFORD U13s 1
PINCHBECK UTD U13s 6
Pinchbeck’s impressive start to the season continued with their third straight league win at newly-promoted Stamford.
They took the lead early on when Jacko Withers flicked on from a throw in and Joe McKue ran on to slot home.
It was 2-0 soon after when the persistent Jack Brown forced his way through the Stamford defence and laid off for Ben Lawrence to tap in.
The onslaught continued and two minutes later man-of-the-match Brown linked up well with his strike partner and looped a shot over the keeper.
Brown then netted his second and Pinchbeck’s fourth when he reacted well to a fumble from the keeper, before McKue doubled his tally.
The second half was a little more subdued, but keeper Ollie Green did pull off a super save before Stamford opened their account. Pinchbeck had the last word though, courtesy of an own goal.
YAXLEY BLUE U13s 3
SPALDING UTD U13s 2
A purple patch from Yaxley sunk Spalding.
Spalding got off to a great start with an early goal from Samuel East. The lead lasted until just before the break – but then in the second half Yaxley scored two more goals to go 3-1 ahead.
The young Tulips were then awarded a penalty, which captain Liam Slayven converted.
HOLBEACH UTD U12s 5
HUNGATE ROV U13s 0
Five-star Holbeach were always in control as they registered an impressive win.
Liam Sandall sprang the offside trap to open the scoring after ten minutes, before turning provider for Harry Collishaw to tap home.
A flowing move involving Liam Scales, Fenn Storey and Ryan Cook released Sandall for his second goal.
The introduction of Joe Ford, Lewis Turner, Ricky Holstead and Jordan Olive then paid dividends, as the latter slotted home the fourth.
More chances followed, with Olive taking another.
SPALDING UTD U11s 4
BOURNE CLARET U11s 2
Super Spalding thoroughly deserved all three points as they delivered a top performance.
Sam Bayly opened the scoring after 20 minutes, latching onto a perfectly weighted through ball by Toby Noakes.
Five minutes later the tables were turned when Bayly provided a carbon copy strike for man-of-the-match Noakes.
The young Tulips netted first in the second half, when Noakes again supplied Bayly, who finished well. A long-range Bourne goal reduced the deficit, but Spalding soon restored their three-goal cushion when Bayly completed his hat-trick. Not even a late Claret goal could stop the Tulips going joint third in the table.