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By Burton Mail  |  Posted: October 10, 2013

05/10/13 Burton Junior Football Burton Junior Football - U10's at Robert Sutton.Stapenhill Swans Blue - Blue and Red.Belvedere Park Juniors Blue - Red and White

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WILLINGTON Blue now share top spot in the Burton Junior’s League’s Taylor Made Flooring Under-10 Division One after a 2-1 win over Uttoxeter White.

Chellaston were unable to extend their lead at the top as they were held to a 1-1 draw against Mickleover Sports, scorers were William Boulton (Chellaston) and Louis Pennington (Mickleover).

In a more closely fought game, 1-0 was how it ended in favour of Whittington Vipers over Rocester, Jack Thomas popping up with the only goal.

Whittington Wildcats made it three out of three to sit top of the Taylor Made Flooring Under-10 Division Two with a 2-1 win over Marlborough Black.

Edward Hardy netted both in the win, while Josh Ramsdall replied for Marlborough.

Alvo Boys Athletic overcame Barton Spartans 4-0 thanks to goals, while Charlie Smith scored the only goal of the game to seal a 1-0 win for Marlborough over Gresley.

It ended 4-3 to Mickleover against Doveridge. Max Williams (2) and William Eley netted for Doveridge.

TS Sports continued their 100 per cent start and stay top of the Taylor Made Flooring Under-10 Division Three thanks to a 1-0 win over Uttoxeter, James Wright netting the winner.

Tutbury Tigers picked up a comfortable 4-1 win against Hilton Hawks with goals from Finlay Lowe (3) and Joseph Fleeman. Theo Ball netted the reply for the Hawks.

Niall Barks was the hero as he netted the only goal of the game to give Winshill a slender 1-0 win over the battling Hatton Sports, while 1-1 was how it ended for Abbots Bromley and Ashby Ivanhoe, scorers were Reuben Tundy (Ashby) and Billy Dicker (Abbots Bromley).

Branston held league leaders Woodville Rangers to a 1-1 draw in the Taylor Made Flooring Under-10 Division Four. Netting the all-important goals were Ewan Elson (Branston) and Joshua Sturgess-Tagell (Woodville).

Stapenhill Swans Blue picked up a 2-0 victory over Belvedere Blue, thanks to strikes from James Hill and Jake Howlett. Lewis Redhead hit a hat-trick and sealed a 3-0 win for Hilton Eagles as they took on Stapenhill Swans Red.

Leading the way at the top of the Burton Albion Under-11 Division One is TS Hammers after a runaway victory 9-1 against Marlborough.

On target in the big win were Brett Gallear (4), Tommy Gotheridge, Cian Riordan, Charlie Wood, Nico Ambroseand Will Machel.

William Robson netted the reply for Marlborough.

Rocester Wasps stung Ashby Ivanhoe Jesters as they took the win 5-2, scorers were Kieran Swinson (2), Ethan Archer (2) and Max Hunt. Louie Jordan and Georgio Styllianou replied for Ashby.

Hilton Jets soared to a comfortable 7-1 win against Chellaston Black Sox courtesy of goals from Callum Samson, Tom Rowland, Max Peplow and a brace apiece for Nathan Brown and Daniel Dodd.

The Burton Albion Under-11 Divison saw big wins and Whittington Villa picked up a 14-1 win against Netherseale St Peters.

Albert Village Tornadoes came out on top 7-3 against the battling Stapenhill Swans Blue, finding the net were Connor Holland (3), Lewis Hobson (2) and Louis Pinder (2).

The replies for the Swans came from James Hassell (2) and Ethan Wheeler.

Leaders TS Villa proved to be too strong for their opponents Uttoxeter White as they secured an 11-2 win after goals from Max Haywood (3), James Pruden (2), Thomas Whetton (2), Reece Balfour (2), Cameron Bates and Harrison Mills.

Just two games were played in the Burton Albion Under-11 Division Three and it finshed 2-1 to Willington as they overcame leaders Woodville Black and picked up a valuable three points. On target were Harry Stubbs and Matthew Dent, while Jake Noble replied for Woodville.

It ended 1-1 between TS Raiders and Uttoxeter, goals comingfrom Taylor Smith (Raiders) and Adam Flunder (Uttoxeter).

Chellaston Red Sox kept up their impressive start in the Burton Albion Under-11 Division Four after an impressive 7-0 win over Alrewas Colts

Albert Village Hurricanes blew away their opponents TS Sports 1984 with a comfortable 8-1 win, goals coming from Haydn Brown (3), Charlie Dooley-Bennett (2), Charlie Cooke (2) and Harvey Greenhaugh.

Uttoxeter Black are still top of the Burton Hydraulics U12 Division One after an impressive 5-2 win over Whittington Colts.

Abbots Bromley picked up their first win of the season in a 2-1 win over Tutbury Tigers. Joseph Haywood and Christopher Kitson netted the all-important goals, while Joseph Flavill replied for Tutbury.

Outwoods Eagles picked up a 3-0 win against Winshill Gold. On target were Kyle Adams and Ben Tye (2).

Stretton Eagles took on Newhall Rams and ran out 5-1 victors, thanks to strikes from Connor Golden (2), Jack Thatcher, Ethan Mellor and Kyle Harman.

Uttoxeter have taken top spot in the Burton Hydraulics Under-12 Division Two after overcoming their opponents Woodville Black 4-1.

TS Sports and Newhall Tigers drew 3-3. Goals came from Thomas Brint, Mitchell White and Tyler Hinks (T.S Sports) and Liam Brown, Ciaran Heywood and Kain Squires (Newhall).

Rolleston Black took the spoils 3-1 over Barton Spartans thanks to goals from Tyler Boustouller (2) and Charlie Finch. Matthew Gates replied for Barton.

Belvedere and Marlborough Black drew 2-2. scorers were Oliver Freckleton and Daniel Griffin (Belvedere) and a double from Nathanial Boulter (Marlborough).

A comfortable 5-1 win for Hilton Sparks over Netherseal St Peter’s sees them keep their 100 per cent record at the top of the Burton Hydraulics Under-12 Division Three.

Max McCamley (3), Dylan Andrews and Oliver Boyesnetted for Hilton. Daniel Allen replied for Netherseal.

Doveridge picked up a hard-fought 3-1 win over Uttoxeter Grey thanks to goals from Robert Bradley (2) and Daniel Elcock. Sean Heathcock was on hand to reply for Uttoxeter.

In the game between Woodville Blue and Winshill Green, it ended 6-1 in favour of Woodville. The goals came from Louis Garland (2), Ben McGoldrick (2), Edward Withnall and Edward Welch. Josh Jones netted the consolation for Winshill.

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