Hot-shot Billy nets four goals


AFC Dronfield’s U8s played some excellent passing football against Anston Rangers.

The boys hit double figures with goal-machine Billy Waterfall striking four times.

Samuel Hartley slotted home his first goal for the club from the penalty spot, while Matthew Freeland, Fin Godbehere, Freddie Parlby and Daniel Bateman also hit the net.

Old Whittington U15s defeated Wingerworth Kestrels 5-0.

Scorers were Mitchell Adlington, Alex Flint, Laurence Brady and Tom Pike 2.

Old Whitt U16s lost out 5-2 against Chesterfield Junior Blues.

On target were Matt Coates and Luke Brown.

Staveley MW U13s defeated Sheffield Sixes 6-3.

Welfare took a 2-0 lead but were pegged back to 2-2 before the Staveley players took control.

Scorers were Ali Dungworth, Lewis Hardy, man of the match Callum Kinder, Nathan Hamilton and Max Hunt and Ben Edgson to round off the goal tally.

Staveley U11s maintained their promotion push with a victory over Wasps.

Daniel Riley was in good form hitting four goals while Oliver Pratt scored a hat-trick and Oliver Rogers netted a pair.

Man of the match was central midfielder Adam Sadler.

Staveley U10s could only field six players in their first game against Laughton and lost 9-1.

In the second game, Welfare fielded just five players but showed great determination to win 2-1.

Scorers were Jack Goodhand, Oliver Wilson and George Bird.

Man of the match for the first game was Nathan Sawyer while for the second team – Kian Clarke, Charlie Evans, Kian White, George Bird and Oliver Wilson – share the honour.

Dronfield Town U15s winning streak continued at Valley Juniors.

The stand-out performance came from Danny White who bagged a hat-trick.

Town U12s faced a tough encounter at table topping Sheffield United Junior Blades and matched them in the first half, limiting them to 2-0 at half time thanks to excellent keeping from Tom Farmer.

As United got a third, their confidence grew and the final scoreline was a 6-0 defeat for a brave Town.

Town U10s beat Ecclesall Rangers 6-5. Danus McCarthy with two and one each from Jake Haycock-Simpson, Corey Butcher-Simpson, Billy Burkhill and Ashley Wright.

There was another fantastic performance from Town U8s at home against Porter with goals from Tyrese Bailey-Green, Harvey Jenkinson, Leo Orr, Josh Hale, Nathan Moss, Tyler Hague and Owen Parry.

Chesterfield Town U12s Rowsley won 5-1 at ADASC Cobras.

Adam Rogers led the way with a hat-trick while the others came from Stephen Bright and Ben Cutts scored Town’s other goals.

Match awards went to Adam and Curtis Ledward.

Town U9s Juniors Sheffield won 2-0 at Manton Athletic.

Scorers were Brandon Forester and Bailey Herring.

Match awards went to Katy Webster and Daniel Brailsford

Town U10s Sheffield drew 3-3 at Hoyland Common Falcons.

Joe Millward, Elliot Allsop and Ben Kingham scored for Town with Elliot and Jack Gibb receiving match awards.

Town U10s Whites Mansfield lost at home to Derwent Rangers 3-1. Jay Carr scored Town’s goal with Morgan Hallam getting the player of the match laurels.

Town U14s Sheffield lost 3-2 against Ecclesall Rangers 3-2. Marc Wolstenholme scored both goals. He and Harry Denton took the match awards.

Town U16s lost 6-4 at Hasland Community. Tommy Bagshaw got all four for Town and Ollie Shaw was man of the match.

Town U14s Rowsley lost 6-2 at Whaley Thorns 6-2.

Cole Oliver and Josh Shipp scored with Matt Knowles man of the match.

Somersall Rangers U12 beat Maltby Miners 6-0.

Marksman were Jordan Wells, man of the match Aaron Hill, Louis Rouse, Alex Wainwright, Billy Whitehead and Callum Ward.

Somersall Rangers U12 Sheffield beat Whiston Boys 7-1.

Billy Whitehead led the way with a hat-trick while other scorers were Patryk Goral, Alex Wainwright, Will Tomlinson and Alex Fletcher.

Man of the match was Louis Rouse.

League leaders Brampton Rovers U11s were held to a 0-0 at Dodworth MW.

Albie White was man of the match.

Brampton U14 Boys moved to the top of the table with a point at Wirksworth drawing 1-1. The crucial goal came from man of the match John Richards .

With the weather causing problems, Brampton U13s were forced to give up home advantage and switch the rearranged fixture to Maltby.

Rovers played like they were the home team and ran riot scoring nine goals with just one in reply in an impressive performance.

Scorers were man of the match Oliver Rowley 3, Ashley Grippo 2, Dan Richmond, Dan Shelbourne, Oliver Bottomley and Jake Stanton.

Ten-man Brimwood United U14s battled hard but lost 3-1 against Skegby Colts Reds. The solitary goal came from Brad Jacques

Kyle Perrins was the hat-trick hero as Brimwood U16s came from 2-0 down to draw 3-3 with table-toppers Sheffield FC