Formby Junior Sports Club - Franks report 09/12/19
Formby Junior Sports Club Under 17 Boys team played very well in the local derby against Freshfield United but had to be patient until a ten minute second half goal spurt secured the win. FJSC played the better football from the off and were unlucky to concede after taking the lead in the 12th minute when Lewis Constable scored. James Hardy who had great debut in goal was caught out by a bad bobble for Freshfield’s equaliser. With the score line level at 1-1 FJSC missed a penalty just before half time. It was until the 69th minute before FJSC took the lead and they didn’t look back scoring a further four goals in ten minutes to make the final score 6-1. It was a well deserved and earned victory over a well-organised Freshfield United Under 18 side. Man of the match was Sean Lawler-Pilkington who was captain and hat trick hero. Also scoring one goal each were Ollie Shaw and Michael Hughes. FJSC Under 14 Whites and their opponents Southport Trinity only had ten players each available for the match due to sickness. The two teams started really well with some good passing and good chances created. The difference on the day was the quality of finishing in front of goal, particularly by FJSC’s Luke Honour who had yet another fantastic game scoring six times. Bobby Hersey also had an excellent display, with some fantastic crossing from the right wing and scored a wonderful free kick. Henry Peck scored a fine hat trick. Marc Whitelaw and Jack Rummens completed the scoring with one goal each for a 12 nil win. FJSC Under 14 Blacks played away at league leaders Burscough Dynamo. The Blacks tried very hard against a very good team but suffered a heavy defeat. Ellis Jones scored for the Blacks. FJSC Under 9 Whites played Redgate Rovers Green. The performance of the Whites was very uncharacteristic against a very strong Redgate team who took the lead within a couple of minutes. FJSC boys never really recovered. Harry Nelson managed to bring the game back to 2-1 but Redgate kicked on and added to their tally to put the result beyond doubt. Jordan Ventre made his debut today and put in a good performance, showing lots of promise for the future. Luke Patel was man of the match for a strong defensive display. It was the last game of the year and the team is looking forward to building on some of the great performances shown so far this season. FJSC Under 9 Blacks played Hesketh Colts Reds. The very windy conditions made it a challenging game for the two teams. Hesketh started the better and scored two early goals to put FJSC on the back foot. FJSC had plenty of possession and created some good chances only to be thwarted by some excellent goalkeeping. Eventually the Blacks got the break that their play deserved shortly before half time when a penalty was awarded for handball. Ollie Dean stepped up to take it and although his initial shot was saved, he followed it up well to score the rebound. The second half saw FJSC having most of the possession as they looked to get the equaliser, but it was Hesketh who extended their lead following an unfortunate own goal. FJSC Blacks continued to push forward and were rewarded with a fine goal from Tom Donnelly who scored with a good finish from just outside the penalty box. Formby created some other chances but Hesketh defended well and held on to win. FJSC Under 8 Bobcats continued with their very good season so far with another very impressive team display. The Bobcats dominated the possession against Ormskirk Galaxy. All the players worked extremely hard, demonstrating excellent teamwork through passing and movement during the match. There were some outstanding goals from Gabriella Otty, Shanice Jones, along with Sophia Kamel and Skylar Davies. Emilia Guy also played very well in defence, midfield, where she made some great passes and also as a goalkeeper. The girl of the game was Sienna Kamel, who was unlucky not to score after hitting the post twice. FJSC Under 7’s were involved in a fourteen goal extravaganza with Crosby Stuart. The Under 7’’s played very well in the first half but ran out of steam in the second half. Hughie MacLeod scored four with George Hayes also on target with a goal. Matthew Crutchley, Ephraim Sutton, Adam Patel and Harry McKenna all contributed well for the team. See photograph above. INTER CLUB FOOTBALL There was a full programme of Inter Club football last Saturday. Unfortunately there was a reduced attendance due to illness and of course pre Christmas family plans. It is hoped all the children who were ill are now feeling much better and will be able to attend the last Inter Club session before the Christmas break. INTER CLUB SCORERS FROM LAST SATURDAY Sebastian Hodgson, Walter Ramsdale, Jasper House, Finn McDerby, Mason Stringer, Matthew Crutchley, Jake Hargreaves, Jenson Heron, Zac Hooson- Jones, Hughie MacLeod, Jamie Seasman, Niall Brennan, Thomas Donnelly, Lewis Donoghue, Jack Finnegan, Patrick Fleming, Joel Gilbert, Toby Hargreaves, Cole Heron, Adam Jackson, Charlie Jameson, Charlie Knowles, Lucas Maddocks, Harry Nelson and Shea O’Connor. There was a very exciting Year One match in which the two teams were very evenly balanced. Thirty-two goals were scored in two high scoring Year Four/Five Division matches. The Reception, Year One, Year Two/Three and the Girls’ group all enjoyed coaching sessions before their games. INTER CLUB ARRANGEMENTS FOR SAT. 14th DECEMBER All matches and coaching sessions are at Deansgate Lane Playing Fields. START TIMES Reception Boys and Girls at 9.30am until 10.30am Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Boys’ at 10am until 11am. Girls’ Coaching at 10.30am until 11am. Girls’ matches at 11am until 11.30am. Girls’ coaching and game - Years 9 and 10 from 11am until 12 noon.
NEW MEMBERS IN ALL INTER CLUB AGE GROUPS ARE MOST WELCOME SPONSORED PENALTY COMPETITION
Children who took part in the Sponsored Penalty Competition are asked to please bring their sponsored money on Saturday if this has not already been done.