JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Cayton Under-12s ease to Brooklyn win

Seamer and Heslerton Under-12s in action. Picture submitted by Heslerton JFC.
Seamer and Heslerton Under-12s in action. Picture submitted by Heslerton JFC.

Cayton Under-12s stormed to an 8-0 success on the road at Brooklyn.

Their away win was sealed after Will Stokoe and Leon Upson both hit doubles, while Will Meadowcroft, Leon Kennedy and Louis Bouvier also found the back of the net.

The scoring was completed by an own goal.

Bouvier was Cayton’s man of the match.

FC Seamer Under-12s picked up a 4-2 win on the road at Heslerton.

Seamer came away with their first victory, winning 4-2.

After a whirlwind start which saw Seamer 3-0 up, Heslerton piled on the pressure to reduce the score to 3-2 at half-time.

Several Heslerton chances could have seen them go back level, however a break-away goal from Seamer made the final score 4-2.

Finley Smith bagged a doublefor Seamer and Jake Appleby also found the net.

Heslerton Under-11s travelled to Thornton Dale and for the second week in a row produced a very entertaining goal-packed game.

Finding themselves a goal behind, Rio Howden levelled things up for Heslerton before Charlie Swiers’ fine solo effort put the visitors ahead, only to be pegged back again by Thornton.

In the second-half, Dale opened up a lead before an unfortunate own goal and two bullet strikes from Myles Johnson were enough for Heslerton to take the spoils.

Man of the match went to Jake Allardice.

Thornton Dale Under-Nines took on Heslerton Hedgehogs.

The first match was a great game with both teams starting well.

The game was decided by goals from Dylan Oxendale which saw the Hedgehogs win this match.

The second match was another solid performance by the Hedgehogs and goals from Oxendale and Jamie Moss again ensured another victory for the Hedgehogs.

Heslerton Under-Eights Heroes welcomed Eastfield with Louie Spencer scoring most of the team’s goals, before Archie Pilmoor grabbed a goal at the end.

Charlie Driver won the player of the match award for a tireless performance.

The second game saw goals from Driver, Seth Walmsley, Spencer and Taylor Sims, with player of the match going to Reece Wright.

Heslerton Under-Sevens kicked off their junior careers with a fine performance against Cayton.

Goals from Henry Morley and Dexter Penny were enough to see the new Heslerton team home.

The second game saw the visitors coming out victorious.

Heslerton Under-15s travelled to Tadcaster Albion in the first round of the York & District FA Minor Cup.

Heslerton gave their opponents from the higher league an early gift when they conceded a first-minute goal.

Albion were soon 2-0 up before Tom Stockdale pulled one back for the visitors, but the home side were to hit two more before the interval.

The second half saw a rejuvenated Heslerton as Morgan Kendrew pulled another back before Tadcaster scored their fifth.

This spurred on the Blues as Ollie Stanton fired in off the post and Stockdale hit another screamer.

Then it was all about the Heslerton captain Stanton, scoring from an uncleared corner to equalise and with six minutes remaining Stanton completed his hat-trick, firing in from eight yards to seal the victory.

Man of the match was hat-trick hero Stanton.