WITH closest rivals Rolleston engaged on cup duty, Repton Casuals Blue took full advantage to extend their lead at the top of TRADETEAM-UNDER 16 DIVISION ONE to seven points after Jason Knight’s brace and a single from William McBride secured a 3-0 scalp of visiting Newhall Lions.
Sean Best, Jack Clayton, Steven Harris and Nathan Tomlinson all hit the goal trail in LRT’s 4-0 success at Newhall Panthers.
Honours were shared between Barton Vikings and Branston, with Joe Thompson’s goal for the hosts being cancelled out by David Waters.
Doubles from Sam Cartwright and Darien Emery led Rocester to only their second win of the season following a 7-0 whitewash of fellow strugglers Winshill.
In the TRADETEAM UNDER-16 LEAGUE CUP, Division One high-fliers Rolleston proved too strong for their Division Two hosts Doveridge, with Simon Billings’ treble and goals from Connor Frankland, Lee Johnson and Clayton Pickering helping compile a 6-0 scoreline.
Despite a double from Stretton RS Red’s Luke Haynes, TS Sports moved to within two points of Doveridge after a couple of Scott Bridge goals, backed up by team-mate Steve Farnsworth’s solitary strike, earned them a 3-2 victory.
Stretton RS Black remain the dark horses for honours after doubles from Josh Harris and Matt Webster led them to an impressive 4-2 victory at Repton Casuals White, with Josh Fogg and Tom Woodward on target for the hosts.
Bryn Jones (2), Callum Bagley and Cameron Hickman enabled mid-table Hilton Hawks to win a seven-goal thriller at struggling Uttoxoter, with Steven Bailey, Thomas Fogarty and Ben Leneghan scoring for the home side.
Marlborough Rovers took over the leadership of KL ENGINEERING UNDER-15 DIVISION ONE following a comfortable 5-1 defeat of Belvedere Park.
Adam Cruz-Bham (2), Josh Dutton (2) and Jamie Reynolds ensured that Connor Grant’s goal was only of consolation value.
A double from Jake Donkin proved decisive as Gresley White emerged with a 4-3 verdict over home side Willington in HANDPRINT AND DESIGN UNDER-15 DIVISION TWO.
James Bannister and Tom Woodings were also on target for the young Moatmen, with Michael Cash, Brandon Taylor and Max Crosby sharing the Willington tally.
A Josh Hollins goal earned Doveridge a share of the spoils in a 1-1 scoreline at Whittington Wolves.