Junior football: Chesterfield Town complete cup double with high five display

Chesterfield U12s
Chesterfield U12s

Chesterfield Town U12s Mansfield added the Knock Out Cup to their Benevelent Cup success with a 5-0 win over Teversal.

Goals were scored by Luke Rawson, Thomas Weaver, George Byrne, Ethan Vann and an OG.

Danny Bagshaw bagged four for the U14s Rowsley as they beat Wirksworth Colts Albion 8-3. Dan Stevenson, Ben Davies and Ben Boswell also scored.

James Hinchley scored a hat-trick as the U12s Rowsley beat Hasland 4-1. Matthew Burnage scored Town’s other goal.

The U10s Rowsley avenged their cup defeat to the U10s Whites with a 2-0 win on Saturday. Oliver Papworth scored both goals. On Thursday they beat Hasland Eagles 1-0 with a goal from Kallan Adams.

Town U10s Whites Rowsley beat Hasland Eagles 5-2. Travis Nelson (2), Cameron Dovison, Ryan Boler and Oliver Marshall scoring.

Dronfield Town U21s went a long way to retaining their Meadowhall league title with a hard fought 3-2 win over a plucky Greasborough side. Johnny Pugh with all three goals for Town who now need just two points from their final two games to secure the title for a second consecutive season.

Brimwood United U15s lost 6-1 against Whaley Thorn with Aron Black scoring. The U18s lost 4-1 to Matlock Town Lions.

Brampton Rovers U15s Rowsley claimed the Primary Cup with a 3-0 win over rivals Hasland Eagles.

A brace from Nathan Greaves and one more from Alex Burton made it a comfortable win.

Josh Adams scored all four goals as the U15s Rowsley moved up to second in the table with a 4-0 win over Whaley Thorns.

Spire Rangers U13s brought the curtain down on their season with a 3-0 win over Chapeltown Yellow.

Harry Braislford (2) and Greg Welsh. scored as Spire secured automatic promotion once more with second spot in the league.

Staveley Miners Welfare U13s beat Spire 6-2 in a semi-final clash. Greg Welsh and Harry Brailsford scored for Spire.

Chesterfield Ladies U11s won their final game of the season 2-1 to finish fifth.

Talia Pinto got both goals while the U18s Whites won 3-0 (Leoni Everley 2, Laura Hardy).

U18s Blues lost their final game 2-0 to finish third.