O'Brien bags four in Ateam romp

DEWSBURY RANGERS UNDER10S’ A TEAM took on Hartshead A and put in another strong performance, with great passing despite the horrid weather.
Standin goalkeeper Lewis Teale was strong and confident and kept a clean sheet.
Connor Appleyard worked hard in defence and Sam Hanson showed great skill, along with James Leonard.
Manofthematch Christian O’Brien scored four goals and showed some of his great talent.
Goals also came deservedly from Niall O'Regan (two) and Callum Meller, who both gave strong skillful performances. Ryan Goodall also scored and the game finished 80.
DEWSBURY RANGERS UNDER10S C played Hartshead B and won 42.
The manofthematch award went to Ryan Goodall, who worked tiredlessly throughout the match and scored a goal following a great run through the Hartshead defence.
Louis Jordan and Lewis Teale also worked hard and both scored, with one from Jordan and two from Teale.
Marley Gooch and Abdullah Dadiwhala were strong in defence, and Luke Trueman and Qasim Dadiwhala both worked well in attack.
Alex Wightman gave an improved performance, working hard along with Mathhew Buckley.
Goalie Sam Hanson was strong and was unfortunate to see two goals pass him.
Battyeford Belles Under11s’ ATEAM hit form in style on Saturday with a resounding 101 win against newlypromoted Hebden Bridge Saints.
With Olivia Grogan in goal and captain Sophie Hoyle and Alice Stephenson in defence the Saints barely mounted any serious attack in the first half.
The Belles, still missing their team captain Sarah Consterdine with a broken leg, had Baileigh Kane and Elizabeth Hayes bossing midfield in her absence, creating endless opportunities for the strike partnership of Claudia SmithCalvert and new Leeds signing Nicky Whitehead.
The latter tormented the Saints’ defence time and again to make four great chances that Smith Calvert duly converted.
Just before halftime Maddi Fox came off the bench and immediately scored her first of the season.
The Belles reduced their players down to six to help even the game but still continued to dominate.
In the second half the Belles started as they finished, Olivia Grogan came out of goal and scored a hattrick then Fox netted her second with a longrange shot into the top corner.
But the day belonged to the girlofthegame Whitehead, who got the goal her efforts deserved.
Dewsbury Rangers Under15s took on Ossett Town B on a very wet day that made it a difficult game for both sides.
The Rangers’ defence of Louis Morton, Luke Fozard, Danny Rickell and Will Collins with Jake Peace in goal were solid, which gave enough pressure to force a corner that Louis Morton converted.
Another through ball was pounced on by Cameron Walsh who finished well to make it 20 at half time.
The second half got underway with the home side getting a goal back.
Rangers regained their composure with Cameron Walsh getting his second but Dewsbury began to tire, with Ossett getting a corner and with scramble made it 32.
Tired legs meant mistakes occurred and Ossett won a penalty to level at 33. The game ended with the points shared in what had been a great game of football.

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