Youth football - Honours are even

PUBLISHED: 12:06 24 February 2006 | UPDATED: 21:42 28 May 2010

Mid-Norfolk League Hungate Green U14 2 Hungate Yellow U14 2 YELLOWS' Tom Spittlehouse was denied an early goal by a good save from keeper Jordan Hammond in this derby. The Greens went 2-0 up through goals from Jake Weston and Jack Mockford but Yellows str

Mid-Norfolk LeagueHungate Green U14 2Hungate Yellow U14 2YELLOWS' Tom Spittlehouse was denied an early goal by a good save from keeper Jordan Hammond in this derby.The Greens went 2-0 up through goals from Jake Weston and Jack Mockford but Yellows struck back with a goal from Lee Punter.Greens had chances to extend their lead but they were punished for not taking their chances when Yellows' Danny Gooch scored a late equaliser.Man of the match for the Greens went to Jack Mockford and Shaun Belfield while Lee Punter was the Yellows' man of the match.Hungate Greens: J Hammond, A Papworth, A Warden (c), J Warden, G Sutton, B Stimson, A Day, S Belfield, J Feltell, J Mockford, J Gallagher, A Simpson, J Cobbin, J Weston.Hungate Green girls U11 1 Wootton girls U11 3GREENS put in a great effort but were unfortunate not to score in the first half and were 2-0 down at the break. Kiera Toll managed to pull one back for the home side but Woottons struck with a third goal to finish the game off. Player of the match for Greens was defender Courtney Wakeham. Team: Courtney Wakeham, Shelby Connolly (c), Chloe Thompson, Chelsea Weston, Kirsty Fordham, Blaise Blake, Kiera Toll, Briony Beckett and Fern Patterson.Fenland and District Mini LeagueBridgecroft/Leverington Blue U9 2 Hungate Green and Yellow U9 3THE scoreline doesn't reflect Hungate's dominance of the game.The visitors had difficulty breaking down the Blues' stubbon defence and the home side took an early lead.Hungate's Jake Baldry equalised midway through the first half and man of the match Joe Mummery scored a fine goal to put them 2-1 ahead.Hungate pushed forward and Matty Ryan scored Hungate's third goal. They continued to threaten during the rest of the half but the home side scored a late second.Team: D Grogan, J Ovendale (c), M Ryan, C Willoughby, J Mummery, J Baldry, B Calvert, X Kitching, H Wrate.

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