Junior football round-up

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IT was a clean sweep for Fulledge Colts as the club recorded victories in each of their age groups.

A hat-trick from Lewis Jackson helped the under nines Red to a 6-1 win over Blue Star Aces in the League Cup first round. Man of the match Billy Robinson scored a brace and Harry Tomlinson rounded off the scoring.

Elsewhere, the under 11s Blue earned their fourth consecutive win of the season with victory over Padiham Saints. Goals came from Tom Hogarth, Leighton Stott and Billy Smith while Robbie Wilson was named man of the match in the 3-1 triumph.

Josh McCrae scored the all important goal for Colts under 12s as they beat Feniscowles and Pleasington 1-0. Luke Cocker took the man of the match accolade. And the under 13s advanced to the second round of the League Cup with a comprehensive 5-1 win against Padiham Saints. Andrew Stott and Harry Flynn scored two goals apiece and a fifth was added by Thomas Keelings. Defender Rowan O’Connor was awarded man of the match.

The most convincing victory of the weekend for the Colts came from the under 15s who thrashed Rossendale Valley 11-0. Gamble and Beardsall both netted on four occasions, Devlin and Layfield also etched their names on the scoresheet while star player Jake Wright rounded off the scoring with a screamer.

They then followed that impressive victory with a 4-1 triumph against Hindley All Saints in the Lancashire Cup. Goals came courtesy of Jack Sudall, Ben Beardsall, Kaine Byker and Elliot Irving while Charlie Carlin was awarded with the man of the match award.

Meanwhile, Brierfield Celtic enjoyed similar success as their under 13s Red outfit ran out 6-0 victors.

West End were the victims as Ryan McGinty struck twice while Bradley Titherington, Cain Buck, Liam Lee and Ryan Gilmore finished off the rout.

And Barrowford Celtic were in ruthless form as the under 13s thrashed Oswaldtwistle Rangers 7-0.

McGinty scored a hat-trick for the hosts, man of the match Scott Simpson scored twice from the spot, Gilmore added another before Harry Allen opened his account for the club to send Barrowford in to the next round of the cup.