02:00PM, Friday 21 January 2022
Frontline’s u13s team
Thames Valley Development League
Two games were played in the first round of the u13s League Cup, with Frontline cruising to an 8 - 1 win over FC Holyport. Frontline seized the initiative right from the start and scored within thirty seconds of the game commencing. They added three further goals in the first half as Holyport struggled to handle their penetrating runs. Holyport showed more determination in the second half and were able to get on the scoresheet via a penalty, but Frontline continued to dominate.
In the other game, Chalfont Saints United and Singh Sabha were 5 - 5 at the end of normal game. The tie was resolved on penalties, with Chalfont winning 4 - 3.
Two games were also played in the second round of the U13 League Cup. Townmead Youth won 9 - 3 at home to Burnham Junior Sabres White and Harefield United Youth beat Berks Elite Black 2 - 0.
In the only U13 league game played, FC Cippenham Leopards won 4 - 1 at home to Burnham Junior Sabres Yellow.
In the Under 12s Division One, Singh Sabha moved into the top spot with a 4 - 0 victory over former leaders Burnham Junior Lynx Blue.
In the Under 12 Subsidiary Trophy, Cookham Dean Rebels won 1 - 0 against FC Cippenham Panthers. In the Subsidiary Plate competition, Marish Wizards Blacks beat Slough Town Junior Stags 8 - 1 and S4K Wolves cruised past Burnham Junior Lynx White 9 - 0.
In the Under 11 development games, 4FuturePro drew 3 - 3 with Singh Sabha, Chalfont Saints Hornets won 9 - 3 against S4K Leopards and Burnham Juniors Tigers White beat Maidenhead United Colts 9 - 0.
Maidenhead Boys & Girls FC
Maidenhead Boys & Girls u17s Cobras were beaten 6-0 away by Windsor Youth Hawks Meteors but the u15s Vipers managed to get the better of Windsor Youth Merlins Hawks 6-2, despite playing with fewer players.
Also victorious were the u14s Dolphins after they beat Pinewood Panthers 2-1 at home, but the u14s Foxes lost 4-1 at Ashridge Park Rovers.
The u14s Panthers also claimed a victory, beating Barton Rovers Raiders 3-2 at home for the side's first three points in Division 5.
Harry James was on fire in the first half scoring a hat-trick in 25mins
Barton Rovers fought back, scoring twice, but the Panthers held on for victory, with Harry McGill claiming the player of the match award. He made lots of crucial tackles and interceptions and held the defence together, but manager Roland McGill said all the players put in a shift and deserve credit.
The u13s Dragons beat Marlow United Pumas 3-1 away from home and the wins kept coming with the u13s Jaguars beating Whitegrove & Warfield Tornadoes 5-1 away
Maidenhead and Slough travellers have long been waiting for the arrival of Crossrail to whisk them quickly into central London.