Pierce's double delight for Celtic
Last updated at 12:31, Thursday, 15 November 2012
CELTIC under-12s were quickly into their stride against Seaton with a Matty Pierce goal direct from a corner.
Another was added inside a minute, again it was scored by Pierce this time a back post volley. Two more Celtic goals from Reece Bewley and Corey Williams resulted in a 4-0 score at half time.
In the second half, Seaton’s Jansen Webb scored from a free kick. Celtic’s final goal was scored by Owen Woods.
This was Celtic’s first double of the season against a Seaton side with several new players who are just starting to gel as a team. Celtic had their new man on display Mathew Park who had a good first game, settling in well. This 5-1 win keeps Celtic’s unbeaten run intact.
The Seaton MOM was Cameron Barrit, the Celtics MOM was Jack Blackwell.
U12s: Bransty 8, CM Celtic B 4
CELTIC opened the scoring when a Sean O’Neill corner found its way into the Bransty net. When a bouncing ball in the Celtic box was not dealt with Bransty levelled the scores 1-1.
Celtic regained the lead when a Joe Pattinson shot was blocked, with Bransty then levelling the scores with a penalty.
A penalty by Celtic’s Andrew Richardson and took the team to a half time lead.
However, Bransty came out strong in the second half and hit four unanswered goals. Richardson got his second of the match for Celtic but Bransty hit another two goals to win the match 8-4.
Bransty scorers were G Pattinson 5, M Rothery 1, and B Smith 2. T Stanaway was voted their MOM as was Luke Bellard for Celtic.
U12s: Whitehaven Amateurs Blues 3, Whitehaven Amateures Yellows 1
A GREAT game of football was produced as both Whitehaven Amatuers U12s teams faced each other for the first time in the league.
The first half was mostly dominated by the Blues with a lovely taken goal by William Starkey, slotting home from close range.
This was quickly followed up with Jake Martin hitting a lofted shot over Yellows’ keeper Jake Robson. Starkey then hit the crossbar with a header from a corner from Harrison Bedford. It was 2-0 at half time.
The Yellows came out fighting in the second half and got their reward with a goal from Corey Todd following good work from Travis Fyfe, and Ross Dawson.
Yellows then pushed for the equaliser, but were caught out and Blues got a third goal following a defensive error.
U11s: Dearham Rangers 3, CM Celtic B 4
HAVING only just lost 4-3 to Celtic A, Dearham Rangers must have fancied their chances against Celtic B.
They were stung early on when Jake Bonney gave Celtic the lead. Rangers quickly blasted in the equaliser.
Celtic regained the lead with a Lee Temple goal kick that turned into a perfect through ball for Josh Wise who blasted the ball in to put Celtic back in the lead.
It was Wise who turned provider for Celtic’s next goal with a nice lay off that gave Bonney his second of the day. Celtic then added another when Reuben Butterworth turned a defender then let rip with a long range strike. Rangers scored another just before half-time.
Hesitation in the Celtic defence gifted Rangers a life line and a third goal went in, to bring the score to 4-3.
The Rangers goal scorers were Aran Lister, Oliver Scott and Owen Gregg. Lister was voted the Rangers MOM and Bonney was voted the Celtic MOM.
U10s: CM Celtic Greens 4, St Bees 3
ST Bees can feel unlucky to come away without three points as they gave as good as they got.
Celtic won a corner on their right hand side and whipped in by Robert Davidson, Ethan Kegg met it at full speed and dispatched it fiercely for the opening goal.
When St Bees’ Luke Williams (MOM) dropped his own corner into the Celtic area a combination of Sam and Robert under pressure from the fiery Jacob Field contrived to put through their own goal with Celtic’s Dougan unable to keep it out.
St Bees’s Morgan Ackerly gave Dougan no chance and the blues went to the half time break deservedly with the upper hand.
Straight from the kick off Davidson flew into the tackle and nabbed the ball from the St Bees midfield, his darting run and shot pulled off a terrific save by keeper Lamb but was followed up by James Bell who shot powerfully past the stricken goalie. Celtic’s MOM Bell also scored again and this was followed by a goal by St Bees’ Jack Dyer.
All the children gave their very best but, when the ball was won by Celtic’s Kegg he lobbed forward for Dan Hood to tap into the path of James who lifted a shot above the St Bees keeper for the final goal of the game.
U10s: CM Celtic Whites 0, Bransty 7
A GAME of two halves, the fledgling Celtic Whites gave a strong Bransty side a good competitive first period.
Harry Hodgson couldn’t get into his stride against a solid Bransty rearguard although he did have one or two eye catching runs.
Celtic’s Tye Twentyman pulled off some great saves to quell his opponents, however a first half competition gave way to a second half drubbing and Bransty proved that they will be no pushover for anyone with some quality goals.
The shooting star Ben Stanaway napping five for a terrific day for him. Ashley Lowery and Rhys Fitsimmonds getting the other two.
Celtic MOM was Josh King, while Bransty’s MOM was Callum Jackson.
First published at 12:03, Thursday, 15 November 2012
Published by http://www.whitehavennews.co.uk
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