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Formby Junior Sports Club - Franks report 24th September


Formby Junior Sports Club’s Girls’ Representative teams played their first Hightown League fixtures of the season at the weekend.

FJSC Under 12 Hotspurs produced an outstanding team performance against Crosby Stuart. Hotspurs were awarded a penalty after two minutes. Chloe Price scored from the spot kick. By half time six further goals were added. Girl of the game Ellie Todino scored a hat trick, and Bo Price and Arianna Casson were also on the scoresheet. A second goal from Arianna Casson after the interval made the final score 8 nil in FJSC’s favour.

FJSC Under 14 United found themselves two goals down after fifteen minutes to Bootle FC. Freya Thornton scored a great goal from outside the area before half time. United took control after the break and soon drew level when Bella Plows scored. With ten minutes remaining Anna Klaassen scored the winner. Alex Murphy-Worrell was the girl of the game in this very impressive 3-2 victory.

FJSC Under 13’s drew 1-1 with Hesketh Colts. Yasmin Godsall gave Albion the lead only for Hesketh Colts to equalise in the second half. Aaliyah Turner came close to scoring with a couple of long range efforts. Goalkeeper Sophie Hughes made some very good saves.

FJSC Under 15 Jets lost 3-1 to Remyca. Lily Hall gave the Jets the lead. Remyca equalised before half time. Chances came and went with near misses from Karen Lane, Katie Leach and Simone Jones. Remyca eventually added two goals to seal the win. The younger girls from Rangers now permanent members of the Jets squad all played extremely well.

FJSC Under 11’s Atletico played some excellent football against Rainford Rangers. Mae Phillips and Macey Taylor scored two goals each and there was also a goal apiece for Sienna Turner and Darcey Martin. Lilly Carroll had an excellent match in defence and was the girl of the match.

FJSC Under 10 Rockets played Marina Sands. Olivia Johnson, and Evie Balshaw defended well. Eva Beckett, Sienna Fortune and Erin Riley worked tirelessly for the team. Megan Hulse, Hannah Jones, Grace Doyle, Harriet Tunley and Florence Raikes who scored the goal of the game, scored the goals.

FJSC Under 10 Tornados were in action against Rainford Rangers. It was an end-to-end match. Sophia Barnes and Isabelle Parkinson scored. Lois Christian and girl of the game Joanne Mountain made impressive debuts.

FJSC Under 13 Real lost 3-1 to Rainford Rangers. Gabbi Rimmer scored and was also voted the girl of the game.

BOYS’ REPRESENTATIVE TEAM MATCHES

FJSC Under 15 Blacks won 6-4 against Southport Trinity Blue to make it two wins from two league games played. Alex Kirby and Tom Harrison scored two goals each. Tom Elder and Ewan Walsh also scored.

FJSC Under 14’s lost to Hesketh Colts Blue. Sam Cousens scored FJSC’s only goal. Joe Nel played well. There was also a defeat for FJSC Under 12 Blacks who played Redgate Green. Caleb Johnson made some good saves. Calum McNally, Dylan Riley, Dominic Hamilton and Jack Yarwood all played well against a good team.

FJSC Under 10 Whites had a very exciting match with Redgate Green. It was a match of two halves with Redgate started the stronger team with FJSC Whites having the better of the second half. Dilan Sathiyanathan and George Kempster scored and Luke Lewis was man of the match.

FJSC Under 9’s played S. and B. In another very close match Jack Finnegan and Max Ryan, with a header, scored one goal each in the second half. Freddie Garvey was the man of the match and Zach Barton captained the team well.

FJSC Under 8’s were in action against Burscough Blacks. The young FJSC team created many scoring opportunities. This resulted in goals for man of the match Harry Nelson, George Hansen, Luke Patel and Niall Brennan.

INTER CLUB FOOTBALL

It was very pleasing to see an increase in numbers at all the young age groups once again. The Reception and Year One Boys’ group and the Girls’ Year One/ Two section both enjoyed coaching sessions and matches. Improvement in ball skills is already being noticed.

Another age group that is flourishing is the Year Four Boys group, which has more than doubled in number after only three weeks. This increase should now make it possible to have two matches and four teams.

INTER CLUB SCORERS

BOYS

RECEPTION – Joshua Halpin, Mason Stringer and Diego Funes- Cervera.

YEAR ONE – Matthew Crutchley, George Hayes and Ephriam Sutton.

YEAR THREE – Harry Nelson and Luke Patel.

YEAR FOUR- Max Hall and Oliver Donaghan.

YEAR FIVE – Micky Denison, David Harris, James Savage, James Henson, Thomas Dent, Joel Ellis, Dylan Sathiyanathan, Koray Murray- Cakar, Fraser Holloway, Harry Lofthouse, Finley Richards and Sam McKenna.

Orange United v Green Albion

Parent MOTM – Sam Carew

Helper 1 MOTM – James Henson

Helper 2 MOTM – Micky Denison

Royal Blue Rangers v Sky Blue Spurs

Parent MOTM – Dan Mortimer

Helper 1 MOTM – George Kempster

Helper 2 MOTM - George Campbell- Myatt

YEAR SIX/SEVEN/EIGHT – Kyle Phillips, Caleb Johnson, Luke Honour, Jake Bellemey, Charlie Johnson, Harry Corbett, Will Greenwood, Fin Harrison, Jacob Heaney, Henry Leason, Marc Whitelaw, Calum McNally, Jack Yarwood, Reuben Dowling, Alex Burke, Dylan Riley, Oscar Fletcher, Steven Mordaunt, Bobby Hersey, Ioannis Kardoulias and George Turner.

There were six teams for the first time. Forty- four goals were scored with two high scoring draws.

Purples 7 Blues 7

Orange 7 Colours 9

Greens 7 Yellows 7

GIRLS

YEAR ONE/TWO - Sophia Kamel and Shanice Jones

YEAR THREE - Faith McClelland, Ella Holden, Lily Stevens, Sylvie Rhymes, Milla Johnson and Amelia Scott.

YEAR FOUR/FIVE - Olivia Johnson, Isabelle Parkinson, Sophia Barnes and Sienna Fortune.

YEAR SIX/SEVEN - Ellie Todino, Darcey Martin, Macey Taylor, Paige Leather, Kiera O' Rourke, Izzy Shaw and Jemima Brooks.

YEAR EIGHT - Sophie Hughes, Brooke Denison, Ava Lewis, Jess Lynch, Georgia Garforth and Ruby Houghton.

INTER CLUB ARRANGEMENTS FOR SAT. SEPTEMBER 29TH

All matches to be played at Deansgate Lane Playing Fields

KICK OFF TIMES(Arrive ten minutes before start time)

9am Reception , Year One, Two, Three and Four Boys.

10am Year Five, Six, Seven and Eight Boys.

11am Girls in -Year One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven and Eight.

COACHING

9am - Reception and Year One Boys

9.30am - Year Two and Year Three Boys

10.10am - Goalkeeping Coaching.

10am – 10.55am Girls’ - various age groups.

NEW MEMBERS IN ALL INTER CLUB AGE GROUPS ARE MOST WELCOME TO JOIN. THERE ARE NO WAITING LISTS - EVERYONE PLAYS.

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