JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Seamer storm to win in 10-goal thriller

Junior football reports
Junior football reports

FC Seamer Stormers Under-15s opened up with a fine 6-4 win in their first league game in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League against Ron Dearing UTC.

In a tight first half where chances were limited, it took a handball by the visitors to gift Stormers a penalty which was coolly put away by Josh Smith to give the home side a 1-0 lead at half time.

The second half turned into a much livelier affair with Stormers making it two as the in-form Smith proving a real problem for the away defence getting his second.

However, UTC came back into the game drawing level before the home side stepped up another gear to go into a 5-2 lead with an own goal, a delightful outside of the left foot finish from Christian Boyes and Smith completing hat-trick.

A plucky and well-organised away side weren’t finished and yet again they rallied to make the score 5-4 as well as forcing two brilliant saves from Stormers Keeper Sam Prince.

With away side tiring, Stormers sealed the three points with Smith getting his fourth and Seamer’s sixth with a neat finish past the keeper and rounding off a man of the match performance and their 6-4 win.

Heslerton Under-15s travelled to Elmpark looking to cement their position at the top of Division Three but had an early scare, falling behind to a penalty.

The Blues were soon level after a fine free-kick from Jayden Jefferson and the centre-back fired them in front soon after with a bullet header from Robbie Lang’s corner.

Morgan Kendrew then fired Heslerton further in front after a great ball from Joe Wade.

Jamie Atkinson then fed Kendrew to make it four before Elmpark pulled one back, only for man of the match Kendrew to complete his hat-trick from close-range.

Scalby Under-16s were edged out by a solitary goal against newly-promoted Hornsea as they made their debut in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League at a drenched Carr Lane.

Scalby started the brighter of the two sides, and striker Eric Hall was unlucky to hit the bar with a chip from 40 yards as he spotted the Hornsea keeper off his line.

Shortly after Callum Pllu found space in the area but his goalbound shot deflected just wide.

After 20 minutes Hornsea broke the deadlock as a speculative shot from the left floated into the far corner.

Both sides gave their all and had chances but a combination of good saves and wasteful finishing prevented kept the score down.

With 10 minutes to go the brave Hornsea keeper was forced off with concussion, however the stand-in keeper and some heroic defending ensured the points went with the away side.

Dunnington ran out comfortable winners against a battling Heslerton Under-14s side.

The home side were stunned early when Jayden Isaac lobbed the keeper in the first minute to give the visitors a shock lead.

It only served to provoke Dunnington into action, with their forward line showing too much movement for an overworked Heslerton defensive unit.

Ben Peckitt and Brad Spiller both put in fine displays in goal for Heslerton, but the quality of shooting proved too much.

There was time for Isaac to add a second and Ben Flinton to score the goal of the game from distance to allow the visitors to go home with their heads held high.

Cayton’s Under-12s travelled to Heslerton and won the match 10-2.

It was a tight first half and after going 1-0 down, Seamer went into half-time at 2-2.

Cayton then had a very strong second half and ended the match 10-2 winners.

Goalscorers for the victors were Leon Upson and Jake Seastron, who both hit hat-tricks, Will Stokoe, Will Meadowcroft, Harley Burling and an own goal.

Man of the match went to Seastron who also notched up two assists as well as smashing in a hat-trick in a tireless display

A very entertaining game between Ayton Under-11s and Heslerton produced 10 goals.

Ayton built on their half-time lead despite a Charlie Swiers effort, before Heslerton started firing goals home themselves with strikes from Myles Johnson, Beck Hutchinson and Swiers again to bring them within one goal.

However Ayton scored again with the last kick of the game to take the spoils.

Man of the match went to Harry Thompson.

Heslerton Pirates Under-10s hosted FC Seamer and in a tight first half the visitors took the lead.

Oliver Dade made some good saves and man of the match Robbie Maynard was defending superbly but Seamer ran out winners.

Two goals from Alfie Bradbury and one from Dade were enough for victory in game two Bradbury was named man of the match.

Thornton Dale Under-Nines took on Heslerton Hedgehogs.

The first match was a great game with both teams starting well but goals from Dylan Oxendale (2), Noah Johnson (2), Jamie Moss and Luke Allardice ensured a fine win.

The second match was another solid performance by the Hedgehogs and goals from Dylan Oxendale (2), Eli Howden and Noah Johnson again ensured a victory for the Blues.

Seamer Scorpions Under-Eights travelled to take on their rivals Kirkbymoorside.

New signing Harrison Gibbons got the first goal of the game for Seamer, followed by goals from Jayden Simpson and Artie Dodds before half-time.

After a slow start to the second half Seamer found the back of the net again, with goals from Callum Macauley and Gibbons with his second of the game, followed by a brace from Zach Lloyd and striker Simpson also getting his second goal.

Man of the match went to captain Charlie Hughes for a fantastic all-round performance.

Heslerton Heroes Under-Eights hosted Whitby Fishermen.

The first half was a very defensive with both sides struggling to create chances but keeping it tight.

In the second half Heroes changed to an attacking line up but despite some good long-range shots it was Whitby who took the spoils.

Heslerton took the game to their opponents in the second match and were rewarded when Charlie Driver stole the ball and shot home.

The hosts dominated but had to settle for a draw after a long-range shot made its way into the back of the net.