Hinchley treble lifts Town U11s

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Chesterfield Town U11s Rowsley travelled to Kirkby Community for their home fixture and won 7-2.

James Hinchley scored a hat-trick, Daniel Collins got two, with Ethan Smith and man of the match William Kershaw one each.

Town U12s Rowsley won at previously unbeaten leaders Hasland Community 2-0.

Goals came from Adam Rogers and man of the match Danny Waller with Luke Baker getting the player of the day award.

Town U12s Sheffield beat Clowne Comets 1-0.

Town U16s lost at Sheffield FC 1-0.

Town U13s Sheffield lost a close game at Millhouses Juniors 3-1. Scorer was Elliott Barker and man of the match Will Pattison.

Town U14s Sheffield lost at home to Dronfield Rangers 6-1. Brad Tyas scored for Town with Chris Stephenson and Harry Denton picking up match awards.

Town U9s Juniors Sheffield lost their top of the table clash 6-1 at Sheff Wednesday Junior Owls. Jay Carr scored the consolation.

Town U14s Rowsley lost 5-0 at North Wingfield Colts.

Elliot Bennett was the man of the match.

Town U11s Sheffield’s lost at home to Brunsmeer Athletic 5-0.

Due to a waterlogged home pitch Brampton Rovers U10s had to play away at Maltby and espite the loss of home advantage they managed a well-earned 4-3 victory.

Goals were scored by George Roberts, Rebecca Hanley, Joe Osborn and Lewis Booker.

Match awards went to George Roberts and George Ash.

League leaders Rovers U11s maintained their position at the top of the table with a 3-0 win at Worksop Town.

Elliott Nunn, Jack Roddis and Albie White scored the goals.

Rovers 12s drew 2-2 with Ecclesall Rangers.

Scorers were James Sutcliffe and Michael Bargh with Rhys Moulton being named man of the match.

Rovers U13s Rowsley beat Buxton Dragons 1-0 with man of the match goalkeeper Kieron Woodhouse scoring the only goal of the game direct from a goal kick with only two minutes to go.

Rovers U14s Rowsley had a hard fought 2-1 win away at Brimwood.

Goal scorers were Jack Tomlinson and Ben Allen. Chris Harrott was man of the match.

Rovers U16s won a keenly-contested game 2-1 against Doncaster Hallcross to book their place in the semi-final of the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup.

Josh Fields was named man of the match with Jordan Dixon and Callum Featherstone scoring the goals.

Brimwood United U14s lost 2-1 against Brampton Rovers.

The scorer and man of the match was Brad Jacques.

Brimwood U16s defeated Buxton Warriors 6-1. Scorers were Kyle Perrins 2, Nathan Hughes 2, Matt Yates and Ben Hall. Man of the match was Jake Johnson.

Man of the match Lewis Wilson bagged a hat-trick as Somersall Rangers Yellows U15s defeated Wingerworth 6-1.

Other scorers were Luke James, Sam Genn and Joe Bradbury.

New Tupton Ivanhoes drew 3-3 with Glapwell Gladiators.

Goals were scored by Harry Hole, Tom Hawkins and Ben Greenstreet. Man of the match was Ryan Mckeon

Somersall Rangers U12 Sheffield worked hard in difficult conditions to overcome Moss Valley Juniors 1-0.

The winner came from captain Louis Rouse while Sam Ogden was man of the match.

Dronfield Town U21s kept their great run going and stay top of the table following a 3-0 win over Dronfield Athletic. Johnny Pugh 2 and Tom Collier scored the goals.

Town U16s were 2-0 victors at Nether Green. Elliot Allen-Facey and Edgar Insingoma scored the goals.

Town U15s Black beat Southey Wolves 5-0. Scorers were Sam Day with two and one each from Jamie Schofield, Ryan Wilson and Chris Holden. Josh Hands was in fine form.

Town U12s were beaten 7-1 at Brunsmeer. The excellent Dominic Millward hit Dronfield’s goal.

Daniel Elrick and Daniel Rhodes were the stars for Town U10s in their 5-0 win over Langold Juniors.

Goals from Jay Ingham 2, Jake Haycock-Simpson, George Washbourne and Danus McCarthy.

Town U8s battled hard in challenging conditions against a tough Greenhill side, with goals from Tyler Hague and Tyrese Bailey-Green and outstanding performances from Jacob Hibberd and Ravi Bhachoo.

Dronfield Town U12 Girls came out deserved 3-0 winners against Dearne and District. Scorers were Matilda Wilson, Emily Pugh and Holly Beeby.

Amy Stevenson was strong throughout.