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Lowestoft area youth, girls and junior reports, results and fixtures

PUBLISHED: 10:26 08 April 2011

Notley's Lowestoft & 
District League
Norton Athletic 4,
Kirkley & Pakefield A 1

Norton Athletic moved to the top of the first division following their fine team display against Kirkley & Pakefield A which saw Norton run out comfortable 4-1 winners thanks to goals from Steven Hak, Tom Hudson, Rory Spinks and Andy Green.

The Read Bros MoM was Tom Hudson.

This week we travel to Pot Black at normanston park before entertaining Oxford Arms in a top of the table clash. This fixture takes place on Tuesday 12th with a 6.30pm KO.

Norton Athletic Reserves pulled themselves four points clear of the relegation zone thanks to a Josh Jenkins double which secured them a 2-1 win at Bungay Town A. Tomorrow the side entertains Earsham.

Blundeston Magpies 1,
Hearts of Oak 4

BOTH teams came out fighting and for the first half Magpies tended to have the most possession but didnt really create a good chance. However hearts struggled and began to get frustrated with their lack of passing – but in the second half Magpies started slowly and Hearts took control and scored three goals in the first 12 minutes of the half all from defensive mistakes. The game became much more physical and referee Carl Smith showed great experience and was very consistent and fair in his decisions.

Hearts made it 4-0 midway through the half but Magpies dug in and Martin was unlucky when he shot past the post. Jarvis and Ayuba were both strong in midfield and eventually Jarvis got the goal his work rate deserved when he was first to a Salmon centre to give Magpies, whose heads never dropped, a consolation goal

Lowestoft Sunday League
Oxford Arms 1,
Waveney Hearts 4

Hearts comfortably reached the semi-final of the NSHEBA shield against a stubborn Oxford Arms side. Hearts got the early goal that they were looking for (13) when Paul Hunter laid the ball back to Jai Edwards who lashed the ball into the top corner from 20 yards. Hearts continued to press but did not score again until the 39th minute when a Josh Armes free kick was met at the far post by a leaping Paul Hunter who headed home from seven yards. Just before half time Hearts made it 3-0 when skipper Carl Burgess fired home into the bottom corner, left footed from 12 yards. The second half saw Hearts increase their lead in the 65th minute when Kyle Speirs lifted the ball over the top to Paul Hunter, who rounded the keeper before slotting home. In the 87th minute, Oxford Arms scored their consolation goal with a well struck shot.

Youth football

Kirkley&Pakefield U14C 6,
Caister U14 4

Only one more game to go for K&P, and this was a well fought win for them. They went on the attack from the off, and it paid off with a early goal for K&P, and within another ten minutes they went 2-0 up. Caister fought back well and brought the score level. This game was one way and the other, Kirkley then went 3-2 up, but by half time Caister had made it 3-3. The second half started with K&P on the attack again and resulting in a goal to go 4-3 up, they were really going for the win to keep them in third place and the pressure told as they went 5-3 up with a well worked goal. Caister still did not give up, and they came back with a goal of their own. Just before full time K&P made it 6-4 with goals from Jesse 3 Harry 2 Gary 1.

Newton Flotman U13 1,
Kirkley & Pakefield U13C 7

K&P continued their recent good form with a comfortable win. However it was the home side who took the lead with a fine goal on the break and the visitors looked vulnerable to the counter attack.Aaron equalised and from then on K&P never looked back. Two goals from the excellent Joe and Dan W adding to his recent tally left the homeside with a mountain to climb at half time. K&P laid siege to the Newton goal after the break with Cian leading the line superbly. The home keeper put in a truly heroic performance but K&P grabbed three more with Will, Lewis and George B completing the scoring.

Blundeston Magpies A 0, Waveney Youth U13A 6

Waveney U13A travelled to Lothingland for their final match of the season and signed off in some style with a comprehensive six-goal victory over the Magpies. Mahoney was highly influential before picking up an injury in opening the scoring with a tremendous strike and then setting-up Woods to head home the second and his 20th of the season from a superb move started by Jermy. Bush then began the move for the third, releasing Woods whose shot was well saved but Gallant was on-hand to smartly net the rebound. Three-up at the break, Waveney turned on the style and added three more in a second period.Moran-Simons struck a fine fourth from Jermy’s through ball and Woods beat the offside trap to slot home a fifth. Skipper and centre-back Butler then nodded his tenth goal of the season from Woods’ corner to complete the scoring on a great team performance by Waveney to confirm third position in Division One.

Blundeston Magpies U12 0 Gorleston Rangers D 3

The Magpies dominated possession without really threatening the goal with the visitors being limited to chances on the break during a competitive first half. In the second half two quick goals from Rangers broke the deadlock and the Magpies were then limited to few chances despite having the bulk of possession. Sam and Jamie both had efforts wide before Rangers wrapped up the points with a third from a corner. Rangers look like topping the table following this result and the Magpies should be pleased with their first half efforts in particular against a very strong team.

Kirkley & Pakefield U10B 0,
Waveney A 0
K&P won 4-2 on penalties

Kirkley & Pakefield U10B won the Norfolk & Suffolk Youth Shield last weekend after a thrilling penalty shoot-out against Waveney A.

After a 0-0 draw at Gorleston’s Emerald Park, K&P won 4-2 on penalties.

Waveney Youth U14 Girls 3, Bungay Town Youth Girls 0

Waveney Youth overcame Bungay 3-0 at the weekend. Laurel opened the scoring directly from a corner early on and that was how it remained until half time. Bungay upped the tempo in the second period but good work by Chanelle allowed Geneva to double Waveney’s lead. Geneva completed the scoring with a fine individual goal.

Waveney U12 Girls 1,
Bohemians U12 Girls 0

In this return leg, both teams came to win and the supporters saw a great match. Both teams battled and tackled hard but fairly. E Walker was strong in defence and did not put a foot wrong. Midway through the first half, nothing separated the teams. Then A Everson’s great pass put B Turner in for a hot right foot shot which she buried in the net. At half time, Waveney led 1-0. The second half saw Bohemians press for the equaliser. Chances came at both ends. L Cathersides almost took the ball away from the keeper, attacking bravely. At the other end, J Green kept Waveney’s lead intact with three great saves. In the end, Waveney just edged it and won 1-0. Credit to all the players from both teams. An enjoyable, fair and competitive game. Eon and ICENI Marine M o M E Walker for battling and working so very hard in defence.

Waveney Vixens U10 0,
Waveney Foxes U10 4

The second Waveney derby of the season between the Foxes and the Vixens started with the Foxes putting pressure on the Vixens goal from the off. The Vixens defence stood firm until the ninth minute, when J Goldspink netted with a fine strike. E Barnes doubled the Foxes’ lead on 12 minutes, with a fine run down the right and a fierce shot from outside the box, beating the Vixens’ keeper. L Wright got her first goal of the season on 16 minutes, when she pounced on a ball bobbling in the box, after a corner taken by L McLellan had not been cleared by The Vixens defence. J Goldspink got her second goal of the match just before the final whistle of the first half, and that was how it remained. Notleys Lowestoft & District Saturday League

Kick-off 2.30 p.m. (unless stated)

Division 1

Corton White Horse Seltic v Oxford Arms (Corton Village, C. Smith),

Great Yarmouth Town Hall v Pakefield Re-United (Green Lane, Bradwell, M. Linehan),

Hearts of Oak v Barsham (Normanston Park pitch one, S. Hammersley),

Kirkley & Pakefield ‘A’ v Spexhall (Walmer Road, G. High),

Pot Black v Norton Athletic (Normanston Park pitch two, C. Evans),

Waveney Reserves v Blundeston Magpies - Kick-off 12 noon (Denes High School, K. Howlett)

Division 2

Beccles Caxton Reserves v Hopton (Beccles, R. Bullent),

DK Consultants v Bungay Town ‘A’ (Normanston Park pitch 4, I. Carter),

Lowestoft International v Crusaders (Dip Farm pitch one, K. Batty),

Mutford & Wrentham v Ellingham (Wrentham, M. Leeds),

Norton Athletic Reserves v Earsham (Norton, P. Bultitude),

Spexhall Reserves v Waveney Gunners (Spexhall, N. Harvey),

Waveney ‘A’ v Telecom Rovers (Denes High School, G. Reid)

Division 3

Factory Arms v Westhall 07 (Dip Farm pitch four, S. Shelley),

Harleston Town Reserves v FC Eastport (Harleston, D. Banks),

Lowestoft Albion v Southwold Town Reserves (Normanston Park pitch three, R. Winney),

Mutford & Wrentham Reserves v Blundeston Magpies Reserves - Kick-off 12 noon (Wrentham, M. Raven),

Oxford Arms Reserves v Carlton Rangers (Dip Farm pitch two, J. Watson-Smith),

Royal Oak v Corton White Horse Seltic Reserves (Dip Farm pitch three, G. Gray)

Tuesday, April 12th

Kick-off 6.30 p.m.

Division 1

Barsham v Spexhall (Beccles, K. Batty),

Hearts of Oak v Kirkley & Pakefield ‘A’ (Normanston Park, C. Evans),

Norton Athletic v Oxford Arms (Norton, G. Gray)

Division 3

Corton White Horse Seltic Reserves v Kirkley & Pakefield ‘B’ (Corton Village, R. Bullent),

Wednesday, April 13th

Kick-off 6.30 p.m.

Division 1

Waveney Reserves v Pot Black (Denes High School, K. Batty)

Division 2

DK Consultants v Waveney Gunners (Normanston Park, N. Foran)

Results 02nd April 2011

Division One League:

Blundeston Magpies 1 v 4 Hearts of Oak

Corton White Horse Seltic 0 v 6 Spexhall

Gt Yarmouth Town Hall 1 v 2 Barsham

Norton Athletic 4 v 1 Kirkley & Pakefield A

Oxford Arms P v P Waveney Reserves

Pot Black 2 v 1 Pakefield Re-United

Division Two League:

Bungay Town A 1 v 2 Norton Athletic Reserves

Earsham 1 v 0 Beccles Caxton Reserves

Hopton 2 v 0 Lowestoft International

Spexhall Reserves 2 v 3 Crusaders

Telecom Rovers 2 v 11 Mutford & Wrentham

Waveney A 8 v 1 Ellingham

Waveney Gunners P v P DK Consultants

Division Three League:

Carlton Rangers 0 v 4 Corton White Horse Seltic Reserves

FC Eastport 5 v 0 Westhall

Harleston Town Reserves P v P Blundeston Magpies Reserves

Kirkley & Pakefield B 2 v 1 Royal Oak

Mutford & Wrentham Reserves 6 v 3 Factory Arms

Oxford Arms Reserves P v P Lowestoft Albion

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