Wasps get stung in defeat
PUBLISHED: 10:05 17 March 2006 | UPDATED: 21:46 28 May 2010
Three Holes and Upwell Fenland and District Mini League Under-eights Cup Three Holes 9 Wasps 2 THE home side were stunned by an early Wasps goal but a brace from Ross Beart put Three Holes 2-1 up at the break. Three Holes dominated the second period and a
Three Holes and UpwellFenland and District Mini LeagueUnder-eights CupThree Holes 9 Wasps 2THE home side were stunned by an early Wasps goal but a brace from Ross Beart put Three Holes 2-1 up at the break.Three Holes dominated the second period and a fine display of football was rewarded with a fine win.The team shared the man of the match award but goalkeeper Liam Chapman was outstanding and also got on to the scoresheet when a huge clearance found the net.Ciaran McAree scored twice and Ross Beart completed a double hat-trick.Team: Liam Chapman, Billee Smalley, Liam Mews, Connor Ward, Ciaran McAree, Ross Beart, Kieran Watson, Megan Ratcliffe.Three Holes U7 0Wisbech St Mary U7 17 THE home side started well but once Saints opened the scoring, it was a case of keeping the score down.Three Holes were unlucky not to score with Tommy Shepherd hitting a post and several other chances being created.Joshua Linnell played well but keeper Jake Miller was named man of the match after producing several excellent saves.Team: Ben Allen, Toby Allen, Thomas Archdale, Joshua Greenland, Joshua Linnell, Jake Miller, Tommy Shepherd, Owen Smith, Liam Thorpe, Holly Watson, Scott White. Three Holes U9 0 Chatteris U9 9THIS was not one of Three Holes' best performances and they struggled to control a lively Chatteris team.Everybody battled hard but they did not get the breaks in front of goal. Team: Kieran Salmon, Joshua Rout, Josh Fielding, James Melton, Edward Wheeler, Thomas Jones, Ryan Purvey, Ross Bennett, Harry Edgson.Three Holes U11 1Wisbech St Mary Blacks U11 3THREE Holes' first win of the season is just around the corner if this display is anything to go by.Both defences were on top in the first half of a thoroughly entertaining game but it was Saints who opened the scoring on the stroke of half time.The home side battled back and Jesse Verrier hit a spectacular equaliser with 10 minutes remaining.However, the visitors made the game safe with two goals in the dying minutes. Sam Howard worked tirelessly to take a deserved man of the match award while Jack Edgson was also outstanding.Team: Stefan Anderson, Jesse Verrier, Callum Brooks, Joseph Brooks, Jake Thorpe, Aidan Housden, Sam Howard, Kyle Butler, Jack Edgson, Josh Parker, Robert Allison, Jacob Downey, Daniel Calver.Girls' Under-15 CupWhittlesey 1 Three Holes 2 THREE Holes made it through to finals day with a great team performance at Whittlesey.They showed great character to battle back from going a goal down early on.Kirsty Calver netted the equaliser in the first half and the visitors went on to dominate the second half.With extra-time looming, Kirsty Calver fired in her second goal to secure victory and reward a superb team performance that saw the whole team share the player of the match award. Team: Alice Johnson, Shushannah Feast, Leah Hall, Claire Newton, Amy Grant, Jasmine Luckett, Zoe Gray, Stacey Newman, Kirsty Calver.MID-NORFOLK YOUTH LEAGUE B DIVISIONThree Holes U13 2 Leverington/Bridgecroft U13 4 THE home side threw away a two-goal lead as they lost to one of their contenders for promotion.Three Holes U15 3Fairstead U15 2TWO fine goals from Lewis Thompson and Jake Ogden gave Three Holes a 2-1 advantage at half-time.The home side pushed forward and conceded an equaliser but Three Holes were not to be denied and Simon Rowell's cool finish secured victory and three points. Team: Ty Clark, Callum Fendley, Shaun Nobes, Ashley Symonds, John Watson, Jake Denzy-Reeve, Max Mattless, Simon Rowell, Andrew Saunders, Joel Mattless, Lewis Thompson, Jake Ogden, Daniel Luffman, Ben Ray. n LEVERINGTON/Bridgecroft FC are organising a special coaching session for any players wishing to form an under-seven team for next season.The session will be run by qualified FA coaches and take place between 6.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday, April 5. Anyone interested can contact Alan on 07796 020605.The under-eight team are also looking for a new goalkeeper and player for next season. Contact Alan or Mark on 07917 624622.n GUYHIRN Youth Football Club are looking for girls and boys, in school Years 1 and 2, to join their football academy on Thursday evenings.The sessions, running from 4.30-5.30pm, will be run by coach Scott Ellis with the aim of forming an under-eight team next season.Anyone interested should contact Scott on 07792 582433.Guyhirn are also planning to form a girls' under-12 football team next season. An open day will be organised soon.n WISBECH St Mary under-nine purples are looking for new players to join their team for forthcoming tournaments and next season. Contact Carl on 07717 148673 after 6pm.
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