Bulwell Forest remain in title hunt as Linby Rangers drop first points

NOTTS Youth League round-up.
NOTTS Youth League round-up.

Confident BULWELL FOREST UNDER-15S are still in the title hunt after an impressive 3-0 victory at Pelican Colts in the Sunday Third Division of ther NOTTS YOUTH LEAGUE.

Romari Blackwood netted twice and Ben Hickling once as second-placed Forest turned on the style after a goalless first half.

HOPES that ROLLS-ROYCE LEISURE UNDER-18S can grab the runners-up spot in the Sunday Third Division were dealt a blow by a poor result at home to Burton Joyce. The visitors had picked up only one point from 12 games this season, but held Rolls to a 2-2 draw, despite goals from Alejandro Johnson and substitute Nathan Ansbury.

SLOPPY HUCKNALL SPORTS UNDER-16S threw away a 3-1 lead to go down 5-3 away to Long Eaton United in the Saturday First Division. Goals by James Hallam, Ryan Towle and man-of-the-match Kieran Worthington put Sports in the driving seat before a second-half collapse.

RELIEVED ROLLS-ROYCE LEISURE UNDER-16S scraped past lowly Trowell Yellow 2-1 to stay top of the Saturday Second Division.

Goals from Joshua Brown and Kieran Orange, plus a man-of-the-match display by Casey O’Brien, enabled Rolls to hit back from a goal down and extend their unbeaten league run to 12 matches.

BUOYANT BULWELL ATHLETIC UNDER-16S RED went on the rampage at home to Karimia in the Sunday Third Division. Goals by Lewis Jackson-Thomas (2), Kyle Hallam (2), Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Kelvin Lea and Ben Thomson-Brown inspired a 6-1 victory.

AFTER 14 straight wins, top-of-the-table LINBY RANGERS UNDER-15S dropped their first points of the Saturday Fourth Divcsion season in a 2-2 draw at third-placed Attenborough Colts Yellow. They trailed 2-0 at half-time before recovering with goals from Ryan Butler and Nathan Frith.

A HAT-trick by Cameron Murdock helped HUCKNALL TOWN HARRIER UNDER-15S lick Ernehale Colts 7-0 in the Sunday Third Divison. The other goals were shared by Tyler Hallam (2), Kieran Bexon and Danni Jones, while Harry Ford was named man-of-the-match.