COSE goes goal crazy with our Youth teams…
By Matty Paddock - 10/10/2017
Posted 12 months ago
Saturday 7th October was a day to remember as our youth teams earned themselves some great results against some strong opposition.
It was a very busy morning down at Zortech Avenue as we played host to six Junior Premier League fixtures (five cup ties and one league fixture). It was a sea of red and white throughout the morning which was a great sight and the performances backed up the red and white dominance.
As you can see with the below results plenty of goals were scored making it an exciting spectacle but no more so than the Under 15s and Under 16s as they were both involved in nail-biting, end-to-end games but both luckily coming out on top.
Firstly the Under 16s found themselves 3-1 down before clawing it back to 3-3 with a stunning free kick from Ben Worthington. He wasn’t to steal the limelight though as Pat Doherty ended up putting his side ahead with a great piece of play before slotting the ball home from the angle of the 18 yard box, much to his team mates’ delight.
The Under 15s were again in a hard fought game but manage to take the game to penalties where goals from Gianluca Swain, Alex Pugh, Curtis Turner, Cian Prendergast and Eilan Riley sealed an empathic penalty shootout win.
Under 9s vs Coventry Sky Blues
Scorers: Josh Perkins, Cody Clarke and Jay Williams x 2
Under 10s vs Stourbridge FC
Scorers: Rio Bill x 2, Oliver Titterton and Lewis Foster
Under 11s vs Birmingham St Georges FC
Scorers: Aidan Donohue x 3 and Blake Hall
Under 12s vs Cradley Town FC: Won 7-0
Scorers: Caden Geddes x 2, Ashton Scott x 2, Luke Atkiss, Charlie Gardiner and Leo Vlad
Under 13s vs Solihull FC: Lost 3-1
Scorer: Reece King
Under 14s vs Birmingham City FC: Won 7-0
Scorers: Nathan Appleton, Jordan Crump, Brook Williams, Jack Male, Ben Knights, Jack Betts and Louis Mitchell
Under 15s vs West Mids Academy: Won 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw
Scorer: Jack Mills
Under 16s vs Cirencester Town FC: Won 4-3
Scorers: Ben Worthington x 2, Ryan Makuza and Pat Doherty