YOUTH FOOTBALL: Barrowby under-16s are flying

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Barrowby 9

Louth Old Boys 3

Barrowby come flying out the blocks with Ian Goode firing in a hat trick inside the first eight minutes.

Goode then turned provider to tee up Will Barron, before adding his fourth and Barrowby’s fifth goal of the game.

On the stroke of half time, the visitors had a stroke of luck when a shot was deflected past the Barrowby keeper.

The home side took their foot of the pedal for the first 20 minutes of the second half, allowing Louth to pull it back to 5-3.

Stunned back into action, Barron added another three goals to his tally and Josh White completed the rout with the home side’s ninth.

Joint man of the match were Ian Goode and Will Barron.

Barrowby: Asplen, Wingad, Hollingworth, Hayward, Evans, Goode, Barron, Lawniczak, Stasiak, Page, White.


Long Bennington 1

Horncastle Town 0

A game that swung from end to end and that could have gone either way saw Bennington come out on top.

A driving run and cross from Alfie Terry that was finished with pinpoint accuracy by Bennington man-of-the-match Jack Marshall.

Bennington: Panchmatia, Durham, Traves, Patton, Horton, T. Baker, Terry, Evans, Coulson, Lund, Marshall, J. Baker, White.


Barrowby Lions 2

Greenbank 1

Barrowby got to grips with the frosty conditions slightly better than their opponents in the first half.

Evans had two 20-yard shots well saved by the visiting keeper. Barrowby took the lead after 20 minutes when a run and cross from livewire Wright resulted in a defender putting into his own net.

A cagey start to the second half from Barrowby handed the initiative to the visitors but they could not find a way past Read .

Lions increased their lead when Edwards won the ball in midfield and released Foister who finished past the on-rushing goalkeeper. Greenbank pulled a goal back with three minutes remaining.

Barrowby: Read, Down, Fedorson, Cooper, Cullen, Evans (MoM), Edwards, Wright, Foister, Johnson, French.