Under 8 - A Team
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Under 8 - Rogues (CAWL)
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Under 8 - Rebels (CAWL)
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Sutton Renegades u8's lost their 1st match 3 v 6 against Eldwick Eagles. It was a very good game and all players on both sides played really well. M Holmes got all 3 goals for the Renegades and JP made some good saves while playing in goal. J King put in a good shift on his debut picking up the Man of the Match award.
Barnoldswick Town U7 v Sutton Juniors U7A (Game 1)
On a day more reminiscent of mid January rather than early Spring Sutton travelled across the border to play Barnoldswick Town.
The away team started the game brightly playing some bright enterprising football and going close with a couple of early chances.
Barnoldswick came into the game a bit more after 5 minutes, however, the defence of Flynn Weller and Sam Benson with Harvey Day in goals were proving difficult to get through and were snuffing out an opportunities that the home team were creating.
Sutton deservedly took the lead before half time when Matthew Broadbent sliding the ball into the back of the neat with a neat finish.
After the break Sutton maintained the tempo and were now playing great attacking football with Aidan Lee and Stan Lloyd exploiting the space down the wings and were rewarded when they went 3-0 up with a double salvo from Daniel Mason.
Sutton eased off a little in the dying minutes of the game to allow the home team a couple of chances, however, a clean sheet and 3-0 was a fair reflection on an outstanding display.
Game 1 Final Score:
Barnoldswick Town U7 0 Sutton Juniors U7A 3
Barnoldswick Town U7 v Sutton Juniors U7A (Game 2)
The 2nd game saw a change round of players and positions to provide opportunity for them to play in differing roles.
As in the 1st game Sutton started well with Callum Filkin and Flynn Weller going close on 2 occasions to opening the scoring and William Bell making several lung bursting runs down the wings, however, Barnoldswick were themselves creating more chances as well and tucked one away to make it 1-0.
Despite the scoreline both Addison Willis and Harvey Day were both looking assured at the back.
Just before half time Sutton conceded a free kick on the edge of their area and were slow to react in putting a wall to allow Barnoldswick a free shot at goal and Sam Benson no chance of saving it to make it 2-0.
Changes at half time saw the reintroduction of Matthew Broadbent, Daniel Mason and Aidan Lee and this saw now the away team playing the game entirely on the front foot to quickly pull the game back to 2-2 with goals from Matthew Broadbent and Aidan Lee.
The away team were now in total command but could not just find the winning goal before the end of the game.
Game 2 Final Score:
Barnoldswick Town U7 2 Sutton Juniors U7A 2
Player of the Day was Aidan Lee, however, special mention for Daniel Mason and Matthew Broadbent for great individual displays.
Silsden 'B' 2 - 1 Sutton Rogues
MOM - The whole team for a superb performance
Scorers - Joe B
Report - Following the 'A' team result against Silsden on Saturday, the Rogues travelled to their near rivals in the hope of making it a clean sweep. Despite missing key players due to the Easter holidays, the yellows put in a fantastic performance against a team who have been playing in a higher division before the recent re-structure of the league.
As with the 'A' team fixture this was a cagey affair with the score remaining at 0-0 until nearly the 20th minute when Silsden took the lead from close range. Unperturbed the yellows fought back; Archie H and Joe B put in a mammoth effort in midfield, JP and Petur were solid in defence and Charlie C and Matthew H caused problems for the home defence up front. It was Matt H who came closest to equalising for the Yellows after calmly controlling the ball on half way, turning and taking on the defender before poking the ball just wide.
The, deserved, equaliser came in the 3rd period of the match, Joe B taking the ball down and advancing before unleashing a deflected shot that beat the home goalie. Game on! The remainder of the match continued to be a close affair and could have gone either way. As it was Silsden sneaked the winning goal again from close range after Sutton failed to clear the ball.
Despite the result the boys should be proud of their effort and performance. Well done lads!
Silsden Juniors U7 v Sutton Juniors U7A
Encounters between these teams were usually pretty tight affairs, however, the game started off fairly open in the 1st five minutes with both sides going close with several attempts.
Sutton opened the scoring when a corner was unfortunately headed into his own goal by the Silsden midfielder, however, the same player made amends with a fine strike to level to go into the 1st interval 1-1.
The 2nd period of play saw Sutton step up a gear when Daniel Mason and Aidan Lee both fired quality strikes into the back of the net to make it 3-1 which then saw the home team themselves hit the woodwork and Harvey Day make a great point blank save.
Callum Filkin was also unlucky not to score twice, creating space twice nifty some footwork only to see his efforts go narrowily wide.
At the start of the final period, Silsden pulled a goal back to make it 3-2, however, rather than make the away side nervous this spurned the lads on and the final 10 minutes saw Sutton dominate the chances and possession playing some great team football.
Just before the final whistle Harvey Day picked up a clearance from the home team deep in his own half, skip through two tackles only to have his attempted cross/shot charged down for a corner. The resultant corner saw the ball land at Matthew Broadbents feet for him to turn into the open net.
A fine 4-2 victory against their local rivals - well done to the yellow and blacks.
Player of the day was Harvey Day but special mentions again to the rest of the team for been rewarded for their hard work and great skill - Aidan Lee, Stan Lloyd, Matthew Broadbent, Flynn
Weller, Callum Filkin and Daniel Mason.
Next match - 14 April v Barnoldswick Town (away)
Silsden Juniors u7 2 Sutton Juniors u7A 4
Sutton Rogues 1 - 10 Oakworth
MOM - Joe B
Scorers - Reece
Report - A strong Oakworth side proved too good for the yellows this week. Joe B won man of the match for covering every blade of grass in a testing encounter with Reece B scoring the only goal for the home side who couldn't cope with the passing and movement of the opposition. Positive outcome is that Oakworth showed what you can do if you persist with a passing game and their skill in this field is certainly something the boys have the ability to replicate and can aspire to.
Well done lads!
Sutton Rebels 4 - 2 Myrtle Park
MOM - Charlie T
Scorers - Charlie T, Charlie C, Morgan S (2)
Report - Another strong performance from the yellows, despite missing a couple of players this week. Charlie T got the ball rolling with a strong performance in the first 10 minutes, hassling the opposition defence and getting his reward with a well taken goal from inside the box. Myrtle levelled up the game with a fine dribble and shot from their mid-fielder. The game was even and competitive through out but, as in the first game against the same opposition, Sutton proved too strong over the 40 minutes. Top scorer Charlie C lashed in the second, latching on to a through ball before driving in on goal and despatching the ball low beyond the keeper. Morgan S then got in on the act, scoring one from close range before delivering the goal of the match - he picked up the ball in his own half, saw space in front of him and drove forward, beating 2 men and running the full length of the pitch before hammering the ball past the despairing goalie! Wow! What a goal!
Myrtle had the last word with a strong run and shot but the day belonged to Sutton.
Well Done lads!