Junior football round-up: Chesterfield Town, Brampton Rovers, Brimwood United, Dronfield Town and Ripley Rangers results

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Here are the latest results from our local junior teams.

A hat-trick for Ethan Vann ensured that Chesterfield Town U14s (Mansfield) had a great 9-0 win over Walesby JFC.

Other scorers were Jamie Sharman(2), Eddie Finney, James Honchley, Kieron Hinchley and Luke Rawson.

A hat-trick from Adam Rogers and one each from Joe Clarke and Danny Waller saw Town U15s (Mansfield) beat South Normanton Colts by 5-0.

A first half hat-trick from Liam Hall and two goals in the second half from Max Staines saw U12s Whites (Sheffield) beat Dronfield Boys 5-0. Owen Parker was man of the match.

Chesterfield Town U13s (Mansfield) beat fellow U13’s Juniors 4-0 in the second round of the Benevolent Cup with goals from Elliot Allsop, Jamie Bonsor, Rio Topham and Regan Millard. Junior’s man of the match was Joshua Cotterill.

Town U18s (Mansfield) beat Division One Worksop Town Juniors 3-1 on penalties to reach the quarter final of the Benevolent Cup. The score after extra-time was 3-3 with Daniel Dreelan scoring two and Glyn Simmonds Town’s third.

U15s Whites (Rowsley) beat ADASC 5-2 with goals from Jake Wallace (2), Levi Bradbury (2) and Matt Smith. U14s Whites (Sheffield) won Swinton Athletic Spartans by 3-0. Goalscorers were Max Hartshorn, James Hinchley and Adam Cahill with man of the match honours going to Owen Oliver.

Town U16s (Rowsley) beat Laughton Boys by 2-1 in the Sheffield FA Youth Challenge Cup. Corben Thompson and Joe Ball scored Town’s goals with the man of the match accolade going to Tom Alcock.

U13s (Rowsley) lost 4-0 to Norton Lees in the Sheffield FA Challenge Cup. Man of the match was Kieron Bath.

Town U12s Rowsley lost 4-3 to league leaders Darley Dale. After being 4-0 down at half-time, U12s had a great second half comeback with Brandon Forester scoring two and Oliver Bannister scoring Town’s third.

Brampton Rovers U13s SDJSL won through to the next round of the County Cup with an excellent 5-1 victory over Ecclesall Rangers. Player of the day Sam Gratton (3), Joe Osborn and Henry Lord with the goals.

Rovers U16s SDJSL also claimed their place in the third round beating Tickhill 7-4. Sam Hibberd (3), Steve Mallinder (2), Ben Edgson and Toby Dawes were the scorers with Sam Hibberd also being named man of the match.

Rovers U18s maintained their good start to the season with a 8-0 win over North Wingfield Colts. Goal scorers were Louis Mcandrew (2), Ash Hollis (2), Reece Shaw and Josh Adams with a hat-trick.

Brimwood United U10s won 2-0 against Darley Dale. Scorers were Jack Kirkham and man of the match Charlie Nicholls.

Brimwood U11s lost 5-4 against Walesby in the Benevolent Cup. Scorers were Bradley Reynolds and man of the match Sam Jackson (3).

Dronfield Town U13s went down 5-4 to Sandall Park Rangers in the first round of the County Cup.

Nathanial White scored an early Town goal latching onto a wayward pass from defence.

Mario Contarino then notched a double before the break. The opposition stormed back into the game and went ahead 4-3 before Eathan Egan scored neatly for Town to level the scores at 4-4. Sandall came back again and scored the winner with five minutes to go and although Town kept pushing forward they could not get the equaliser.

The U9s battled very hard against Wickersley Youth with goals from Sam Pashley, Seth Marshall-Preece and an own goal after good work from Ciaran Woodhead. The brave and energetic William Jennings caught the eye for Town.

Becky Hill was the hat-trick hero for Dronfield Town Ladies in their 4-1 win over Glossop. Jade Smith with the other Town goal.

The U14 Ladies were away at SUFC Community Ladies and started the match in attacking form, going ahead early on when a great through ball from Poppy Bentley resulted in an excellent finish from Liesel Scheidt just before the break.

An amazing dive from keeper Wendy McCann, palmed a United shot onto the post but somehow the ball crept in for the equaliser.

It was end to end stuff in the second half. Great defending by Brooke Beighton and Beth Durbidge kept Town in the game, whilst at the other end, fine attacking runs from Grace Hartlebury-Thompson and Enya Jackson also kept the pressure on United.

The final score was 1-1 in what was an outstanding game and team effort.

What proved to be game changing decision by the referee saw Ripley Rangers U13s slip from 3-1 down with five minutes to play to a 6-1 defeat.David Murray scored the Ripley goal.

Better things from the Under 9s who beat Codnor Boys 5-1. Both Brendon Harbon and Adam Lechelles bagged a brace of goals with Alfie Hounslow netting the other goal.