Bristol U18 Football Combination North Division: Kingswood AFC 17 Bradley Stoke 0
KINGSWOOD boosted their goal difference against nine-man Bradley Stoke.
The first goal came on 10 minutes from Chuck Read.
Kingswood’s second came on 25 minutes when Tom Cullum set up Jordan Sims.
Four more followed in not many more minutes, from Ed Fuller, the head of Matt Gosling, Read and Tom Cullum.
A Gosling corner then found the net and Ben Hemmings got himself on the scoresheet.
Lewis Jackson concluded the first half with the ninth.
The second period continued in the same vein, with Archie Bennett, Connor Davis, Will Streatfield, and Edd Pitt all getting goals.
Read got his hat-trick before centre-back Milne made his mark.
Cullum got his second and Hemmings put the final one away.
Minchinhampton U11s 1 Cam Everside Titans U11s 7
CAM Titans played some of their best football of the season in a game that was won by half-time.
Everside opened the scoring when Dominic Small fired the ball into the net.
Zak Fernandes made it 2-0 after a mistake from the goalkeeper.
Small got his second of the match, blasting the ball into the top of the net.
Great work in midfield by Joe Gray and Sam Fitzgibbon saw Ben Dolbear score Everside’s fourth goal and Dolbear made it 5-0 at half-time with a superb shot from the corner flag.
Fernandes headed in his second goal of the match to make it 6-0.
Minchinhampton made it 6-1 with a great strike from outside the box but Dolbear got his hat-trick with a chip.
Slimbridge U12s 1 Wotton Rovers U12s 2
WOTTON gave their mums plenty to cheer about this Mother’s Day, chalking up their 15th consecutive league win with a total of 111 goals.
Tom Cranwell opened the scoring with a fine shot, followed shortly by his second from a cross by Korbin Walker.
Slimbridge fought back, and were rewarded by a fine goal from a tight angle.
Excellent defensive work by Sam Morris, Harry Powell and Denny Phillips and goalkeeper Sam Backx saw off incessant Slimbridge pressure.
Wotton Rovers U11s 1 Rockleaze Rangers U11s 1
WOTTON Jaguars earned a hard-fought draw against Rockleaze Rangers.
After a tight goalless first half, Thomas Rummels tapped in to send Wotton in front.
But minutes later Rockleaze Rangers midfielder Finn Capes equalised to make sure that the leagues leaders left with a point.
Although Wotton played well and deserved the draw, they had keeper Tyler Hopkins to thank for a number of world class saves.
Wotton remain in third place.
MOM: Tyler Hopkins.
Bristol Girls’ League U18s
Wotton Rovers 4 Mangotsfield United 1
WOTTON completed a tough season with an emphatic victory over close league rivals Mangotsfield United.
Rosanna Blacker broke the deadlock, putting Wotton into the lead.
A further Blacker strike into the bottom corner gave Wotton a 2-0 cushion at half-time.
Mangotsfield came out fighting in the second half with a quick goal.
The midfield of Amy Lewis, Charlotte Walker and Grace Jenkins took control of the game and good link-up play with Lois Iddles led to Blacker’s hat-trick.
Her coolly taken fourth goal from a tight angle put the result beyond doubt.