Results tagged “junior football” from Northumberland communities - Hexham
A tough task for Hexham u11 Greens in the NEYDL Cup when they were drawn away to second placed KYPC Galaxy. The put up a great performance but still went out the competition and only conceded one goal against the title contenders
The cup commitments continued for Hexham u13 Greens & Whites but with different results, the Whites travelled to KYPC Panthers and went out by the narrowest of margins 1-0. So it is left to the Greens to pursue cup glory for the club. They did just that by knocking five past Longhoughton with only one in reply. Marksman for Hexham were George Cook, Elliot Jefferies, Bradley Wilson,Owen Murtough and Callum Hignett
The Tyne Valley derby in the NEYDL between Hexham Green u11's and Throckely Magpies went to the visitors with the Magpies flying away with all the points. Own White got a consolation goal for the Greens with a very well taken effort.
Hexham u15's attempt to regain the PPJFL League Cup ended on a freezing cold windy day at Whitley Bay. A slow start from Hexham gave the hosts a 2-0 lead at the break and the writing was on the wall. The comeback started with James Charteries but soon Whitley Bay regained their two goal advantage. Hexham came back with another two goals from Joseph Bell and Tom Quibell to take the tie into extra time. Disappointment followed in extra time when from a break the seasiders scored to knock the holders out of the competition. MotM for Hexham was Andy Knotts who dominated the midfield.
A welcome victory for Hexham u11 Whites in the NEYDL with a close victory over Tyne valley rivals Prudhoe YC Reds 2-1. Marksman for the whites was Oliver Ryton and Joe Plum, in the second half up the slope the white's defended well with Jack Kilby securing the MotM
Hexham u12 Whites continue to enjoy life at the top of the NEYDL Championship this time with an emphatic victory over KYPC Munich. This was their third win in the last four games. Normally a hat trick for William Goldie would have taken the headlines but Thomas Lewis went one better with four goals. This was backed up with strikes from Henry Barras and Tom Robson. Midfield man Harry Renwick took the honours as MotM
With Tynedale escaping the artic conditions Hexham u12 Greens took full advantage by leap frogging Hazelrigg Barca to take top spot in the NEYDL. Seth Kippax-Jones enjoyed his day bagging a hat trick and MotM along with William Turnbull to complete the Hexham goal scorers with only one in reply from West Denton
Hexham u13 Greens continued their pressure on the leaders at the top of the table with a win at home against Prudhoe YC Yellows. The goals were evenly spaced across the team with Callum Hignett, Dale Leadbitter, David Robson, Joff Carr, Owen Murtough and Will Shrimpton hitting the back of the net
No fixture for the Hexham u11 Greens this week but the u12 Whites were looking to carry on from last week's first three points of the season. Sadly it was not to be losing by 2 goals to 1 against Cramlington United. The Hexham goal came from MotM William Scott with a screamer direct from a free kick.
Hexham u12 Whites are still top of the NEYDL championship but they lost their unbeaten start to restructured division by loosing at a rain soaked Haltwhistle. A Henry Barass penalty plus a long range lob from Tom Robson and an og was the only joy in this sodden adventure
Hexham u12 Greens travelled to the much improved Tynemouth Yellows in the NEYDL Premiership and managed to come away with a pleasing 3-1 victory. MotM Will Roberts netting the second goal for Hexham with Joe Anderson and Seth Kippax-Jones either side. Most pleasing aspect was the team performance with all the players producing on the day.
Celebration for Hexham u11 Whites when they took their first points of the season with a hard fought victory over Corbridge in the PPJFL. Goal scorer mid way through the second half was Findlay Baty, MotM was Tom Watson with a great performance in goal by Sam Peter.
A comfortable win for Hexham u12 Greens against Cullercoats in the NEYDL when Oliver James was nominated MotM as a got on the score sheet. Pushed all the way for that honour was hat trick man Will Roberts. A pair each for Alex Wood and Seth Kippax-Jones and singles for Michael Watts and Vinnie Proudlock kept up the greens good start to the restructured division
Hexham u12 Whites are also enjoying life in the new set up and completed back to back victories in another high scoring match against Tynemouth Blues. Dan Long won the MotM but the marksmen were Thomas Lewis with three, Will Goldie and Tom Robson with two each and one for Mason Cumberland
Hexham u13 Whites lost the local bragging rights when they lost in the NEYDL Tyne Valley derby against Prudhoe YC Reds
It's all to play for in the PPJFL as Hexham u15's inflicted a first defeat of the season on league leaders and reigning champions Red House Farm Torino. A game that the attendance was swelled by professional club scouts saw a goal each for Sam Mannion and Brad Lowes give Hexham maximum points to open up the title race