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Jesters fail to capitalise on rivals’ exploits in cup

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: February 20, 2013

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Red - Belvedere Park juniors black. Yellow - Marlborough Rovers Black

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Red - Belvedere Park juniors black. Yellow - Marlborough Rovers Black

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Blue - Outwoods Eagles. Yellow - Rocester Blue

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Blue - Outwoods Eagles. Yellow - Rocester Blue

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Blue - Outwoods Eagles. Yellow - Rocester Blue

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Blue - Outwoods Eagles. Yellow - Rocester Blue

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Blue - Outwoods Hawks. Red - Midway

  • 16/02/13 Burton junior football - Robert Sutton school, Burton Burton junior football league U10 Robert Sutton - BJFL..Blue - Outwoods Hawks. Red - Midway

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ASHBY Jesters failed to take advantage of the top two of the Winshill Soccer School under-10 Division One being in cup action as they lost 2-0 to Hilton Harriers Tornadoes in a third-versus-fourth battle.

Tornadoes triumphed courtesy of strikes from Luke Burdis and Jonathan Dawkins.

Whittington Villa ran out comfortable 3-0 winners against Marlborough Rovers thanks to a hat-trick from Joshua Bramall.

It ended 2-2 between battling Rocester Red and Winshill, as Charlie Cope (Rocester) and Isaac Chinnock (Winshill) both netted braces.

Chellaston Black Sox picked up a huge 8-0 win over Stretton Eagles courtesy of goals from Gracious Otoo, Samuel Ward, and doubles from Ben Whadcoat, Diminik Harrison and Thomas Cripps.

Belvedere Blue continue to lead the way in the Brian Mole Under-10 Division two after a narrow 1-0 win over Netherseale St Peters, earned thanks to Mitchell Bamford’s strike.

A comfortable 4-0 win for Riverside Black over Ashby Ivanhoe Knights came cortesy of goals from Cameron Bidder, James Warren and a brace from Toby Smith.

Goals from Marcus Deiry, Finlay McNeill for Santos Ravens and a double for Chandler Davies for Uttoxeter White ensured the points were shared in a 2-2 draw.

Hardy Signs Under-10 Division Three leaders Albert Village picked up a narrow 2-1 win over Woodville Black.

On target for Albert were Owen Barton and Dilhan Choudary, while Jack Fairhurst replied for Woodville.

Goals from Brandon Paine and Jack Abraham earned Chellaston Red Sox a narrow 2-1 win against Rolleston Red, for whom William Slater pulled one back.

Willington also picked up a 2-1 win, beating Newhall Tigers thanks to strikes from Matthew Dent and Trafford Stokes, while Cameron Bates replied for Newhall.

Belvedere Black maintained their 100 per cent record at the top of the BJFL Under-10 Division Four after another convincing win.

On target against Marlborough Rovers Black were Ryan Tait, and doubles from Henry Collins, Mitchell Foster and George Malkin.

It finished 4-0 for Outwoods Eagles against Rocester Blue, with Mathew Jobson, Spencer Staley, Ben Taberner and Dylan Tubey the scorers.

A single for Louis Mawbey and doubles from Leo Lant-Hughes and Owen Ward ensured Midway came out on top 5-0 against Outwood Hawks.

Xavier Walker netted for Riverside Athletic Red and Callum Richardson replied for Alrewas Colts as their game ended 1-1.

Haydn Brown earned Albert Village Hurricanes a narrow 2-1 win over TS Sports Rovers, for whom, Sam Gordan replied.

In the only game played in Burton Albion Under-11 Division One, Hilton Blaze took the points in a 2-1 victory over Whittington Harriers that came courtesy of a double from Michael Birch.

Stretton Eagles are the new Burton Albion Under-11 Division Two leaders after a superb 7-0 win over Uttoxeter Grey.

On target for the Eagles were Ethan Mellor and Jack Press, while there was a brace from Kane Tisdall and a hat-trick from Jack Thatcher.

Marlborough Yellow pulled off a good 2-1 win against Ashby Ivanhoe thanks to goals from Tom Potter and Nathaniel Boulter, whilst Tom Fargher replied for Ashby Ivanhoe.

Winshill Gold beat Uttoxeter Black 5-2 through goals from Mitchell Adams, Liam Cooke and a hat-trick from Edward Chandler, while Rhys Davies and Lucas Rodgers replied for Uttoxeter.

Willington White picked up a great 1-1 draw against leaders Marlborough Black in Burton Albion Under-11 Division Three.

Harry Mason scored for Willington, with Kain Patching on target for Marlborough.

A single from Ben Warren and a superb four from William Boyle ensured Riverside Black ran out 5-1 winners against Woodville Black.

Haider Ali, Thomas Brint and Brandon Foster were all on target for TS Sports in their 3-1 victory against Outwood Hawks, for whom Toby Crew was on hand to reply.

Newhall Lions were the big winners in Burton Albion Under-11 Division Four, as their goals in a 8-0 win over Winshill Green came from Nathan Shaw, Luke Young, Edward Sharpe, a brace from Bradley Brotherhood, and Harry Timms netting a hat-trick.

Midway’s 4-1 win over Woodville Blue came courtesy of strikes from Kain Squires, Anthony Morris and a double from Ciaran Heywood, while Edward Welch replied for Woodville.

It ended 3-3 between Hilton Sparks and Riverside Red, as Tom Cuthbertson, Brandon Francis-Henry and Thomas Mitcheson (Hilton) and James Burnett, Asher Lowdes and Kelvin Clamp (Riverside) shared the goals.

A 1-0 win over Marlborough Rovers Black puts Whittington Warriors top of Taylor Made Flooring Under-12 Division One, as Oliver Parget netted the winner.

A hat-trick from Reece Hughes ensured Repton Casuals picked up their second win of the season, winning 3-2 against Mayfield, for whom Sam Parsisson and Joe Slater replied.

Elliot Baker and Callum Porter were on target in the 2-0 win for Belvedere Blue against Winshill Gold, whilst goals from Ben Dreher and Callum Perrett ensured a 2-1 win for Doveridge against Hilton Black, who saw Aaron Wheldon reply.

Midway White continue to lead the way with a 100 per cent record in Taylor Made Flooring Under-12 Division Two, on target in the 4-1 win over Abbots Bromley were Joseph Groves, Sam Woodings and a Thomas Woods brace, while Adam Richards pulled one back for Abbots.

Ashby Ivanhoe picked up a great win over higher opposition, as goals came from Darren Rider and Toby Walker saw them beat Rolleston 2-0.

Marlborough ran out comfortable 8-0 winners over Willington after proving too strong for their opponents.

Oliver Weir netted a brace, and Jake Sever and William Smith helped themselves to a hat-trick apiece.

Finally, it ended 2-2 between the battling Winshill Green and Newhall Tigers.

On target were Alexander Goodall, Dominic Jurgens (Newhall) and Josh Boam and Chris Russell (Winshill).

A huge win for Tutbury Tigers saw them move top of the Taylor Made Flooring Under-12 Division Three.

They beat Alrewas Colts 13-1, with singles for Robert Curl and David John Waddell, doubles for Jack Finch and Ben Midgley, a hat-trick from Mason Payne and four from Matthew Callender.

Joshua Ball netted the reply for Alrewas.

Liam Spare, Leighton Smith and Nathan Bowen were all on target in the 3-2 win for Woodville Rangers against Belvedere Park Red.

Jacob Marshall and George Scattergood replied for Belvedere Red.

It finished 7-2 in favour of Stapenhill Swans against Hatton Sports thanks to goals from Jack Marshall, Joshua Simpson, Jordan Lacey, Dalton Meakin and a Danny Ray Stanley hat-trick.

Declan Brough and Adam Tomlin were on hand to reply for Hatton Sports.

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