Blackpool and District Youth League round-up

AFC Blackpool in county cup action against Pennington

AFC Blackpool in county cup action against Pennington

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Kirkham Juniors Blues’ 10-0 win against Poulton saw them lead the way in the Blackpool and District Youth Football League U15s division.

A Baxter hat-trick was enhanced by Fluss-Tramontano, Wyers-Roebuck, Sevens, Brough, Webster, Butcher and Nelson as they went goal crazy to top the table.

BJFF Blades (Gibbons 2, West 2 and Prior) beat Poulton Town (Nathan Feeney, Harry Jenkins).

A Jacob Wharrie brace and a goal from Theo Iaounuo secured Clifton Rangers a 3-1 win against Blackpool Rangers Revolution.

Dan Pilling fired two goals as St Annes came out on top of a seven-goal thriller against Fleetwood Town. Goals by Tyler Davison and Rob Flanagan also helped St Annes to the win, with Abbott and Hall replying.

Kirkham Reds are making it an U15 clean sweep as they top the Beta league. Marshall and Critchley goals saw off Fleetwood Gym 2-0.

Northgate have the only perfect record in the division after they beat Lytham 5-2 courtesy of goals from Tyler Baxter(2), Nathan Graham(2), and Danny Richardson. It was Lytham’s first defeat of the season.

Kye Wylie led the scoring with a hat-trick as FC Rangers beat rivals Layton 7-1 (see previous pages).

Two goals from Will Gargett and a Matthew Parker strike secured Warton Typhoons a 3-2 win at Spirit of Youth, for whom Ethan Hallett and James Higginbottom were on target.

In the U16 Lancashire FA Cup, Foxhall and Poulton went through after wins against Rishton and AFC Darwen respectively. Foxhall won 6-0 (Ashton 3, Smith 2 and Finlayson).

Poulton came down from two goals down to go through in dramatic style after a 4-3 penalty shoot-out victory.

After a tough start, a goal from Joe Robinson gave Poulton hope before Conor Houghton drew them level.

Keeper Hugo Miller was the star of the shoot-out show, saving two penalties to send Poulton through.

Other Fylde coast sides fared less well as BJFF Vipers (Berresford, Bradley) lost 5-2 at Brinscall Village, while Blackpool Rangers (Danny Carr) lost 6-1 to Holker Old Boys, Charnock Richard beat Kirkham 9-0, and Huncoat beat Layton 7-0.

Ryan Gardner’s hat-trick helped Thornton Cleveleys beat Wyre 5-3, with Matty Lee and Liam Kilmartin also on target for the winners. Alex Howarth, Danny Smith and Jonny Cardwell replied.

St Annes kept their perfect start in the U16 Beta divisionwith a 4-1 win against Poulton Town thanks to Matty Yeadon, Ben Bradley, Jack McGlue and Harry Sagar. Pipe replied for Town.

Staining won 5-0 at Warton Typhoons thanks t a Holdip hat-trick and goals from Whitaker and Healey.

AFC Blackpool still lead the way in the U18s competition after four goals from Sodiq Asuman and strikes by Liam Markey and Connor Slater completed a 6-0 win at Warton Typhoons.

Alex Varley’s five-goal haul maintained FC Rangers Blues’ 100 per cent record as they beat St Annes 6-0. Goals from Sully Bishop and Tonmy Harrison weren’t enough in the Spirit of Youth derby as Yellows beat the Blues 4-2.

In the U12 section, Billy Ogden’s goal was enough to give Layton the win against Thornton Cleveleys Reds and go top of the table, while Foxhall (Connor Satchel) drew 1-1 with Thornton Cleveleys White,s for whom Ryan Beck scored on his debut.

The Lancashire FA Cup kept the U13s busy, with Foxhall firing an incredible 15 goals against Colne.

Brody Johnson, Jack Leak, Jacob Stone-Grice and Joshua Loan-Clarke all celebrated hat-tricks, with Rob Fitzpatrick, Leo Walker, Adam, Rodgers completing the scoring.

Brolan Grundy hit six of his own as Squires Gate won 12-3 at Euxton Villa, Nathan Nicholas, Mackenzie Webster, Ethan Goulding, Luca Stefani and Connah Trevelyan sharing the others.

Poulton continued the high-scoring trend by beating Highgrove 9-0, John Hampson’s five goals sealing the win. Dan Clegg, Harrison Bailey, Dominic Mills and Oliver Cocker also got in on the goalscoring act.

BJFF Blades (Owen Mason3, Liam Brown 2, Jake Guy and Harry Pratt) won 7-0 at Fulledge Colts, while BJFF Vipers (William Allen 2, Liam Skillbeck 2, Aidan Ginley, Nathan Winstanley) won 6-3 at Mill Hill.

Lytham had to rely on penalties after they drew 3-3 with Myerscough Reds, Rhys Dodd scored two and Jack Dehavilland the other. They then went through 4-1 on spot-kicks. Foxhall Hoops lost 9-0 against Walshaw Sports Club.

Thornton Cleveleys Reds sit proudly at the top of the U14 Alpha league, maintaining their perfect record with a 6-4 win at Blackpool Rangers. Two goals apiece from Luca Berrea and Kian Makepeace, and strikes from Jack Wyres-Roebuck and Conor Thompson saw them home. Rangers’ replies came from a Luca Hardman hat-trick and Alex Roberts.

Kirkham beat YMCA 6-3 thanks to McCulloch, Plum, Bowes, Martin, Ramsbottom, Green, while Clifton inflicted BJFF Blades first defeat of the season 3-0.

BJFF Blues (Lomas 2, Moore, Berry) beat Layton Lions 4-0. Goals from Joseph Scantlebury, Owen Walmsley, and Kane Thomas secured Fleetwood Town a 3-1 win at Poulton Town, for whom Joe Warren-Plant replied.

Foxhall to the U14 Beta section with an unblotted copybook, their latest win 9-1 win over their Hoops clubmates.

Sam Breeze and Harrison Stott scored three each, Chris Davies, Rob Baker and Luigi Chiappe added the others and Rob Foulis replied for Hoops.

BJFF Whites (Yau, Raynor) drew 2-2 with Layton Blues (Denes Ballo 2), and Lytham Juniors inflicted Warton Typhoons Golds’ first loss of the season.

Lytham won a a nine goal-thriller thanks to goals from Mills (2), Bucker, Mercer and Fielding. The Golds scorers were Paul Cai n(2), Jack Brett and Oliver Singleton.

Fleetwood Gym have also made a perfect start and five goals from Tomas Dickinson, two from Archie Lee, and one each for Joel Green, Daniel Betmead and Luke Wylie saw them win 10-1 at home to South Shore (Joshua Summers-Green).

Finally, Layton Clarets (Adam Henderson, Joe Lonsdale, Christian Dzeigeil, Joshua Richmond, Bradley Smith, Jake Giddins) beat BJFF Vipers (Hicking, Whitman) 6-2.