Reepham High School Win The U16 Mascot Cup By Scoring the Only Goal
of the Game
Thorpe St Andrew High School vs Reepham
U16 Mascot Cup Final
FDC Field of Dreams 07.05.19
The game started fairly slowly with both teams adapting to
the occasion and trying to keep possession. Few chances were created early on
and neither goalkeeper was tested. The deadlock was broken when a long
free-kick into the box from the right found the head of Reepham captain, Lewis
Bonner. His headed effort beat the diving Joe Jeffrey in the Thorpe goal
despite him getting a hand to the effort.
This goal triggered a reaction from Thorpe and they began
moving the ball a lot quicker. The ball was worked out to the right and a
whipped delivery found the head of Sam Jackson who flicked the ball goal wards.
Theo Simpkin in the Reepham goal dived to his left and somehow managed to palm
the ball behind and keep his side’s clean sheet intact. This was the last real
chance of the first half.
Both sides were very evenly matched throughout the second
half and the best chance of the half fell to Thorpe in the dying seconds of
added time. A looped ball into the box was headed towards goal and Simpkin
could only stand still as he watched the ball cannon off his crossbar and away
from the danger area. With this clearance William Coglin-Hibbert blew his
whistle and brought the match to an end.
Final Score: Thorpe St Andrew 0-1 Reepham
Thorpe St Andrew: Joe
Jeffrey, Angus Blazer, Ben Stewart-Miles, Dominic Snazell, Josh Church, Farys
Raia, Kian McLean, Sam Jackson, Shay Kelly, Laurence Read, Toby Duncan ©.
Balasingham, Olly Oppiah, Theo Gidney.
Simpkin, Toby Jacobs, William Rowley, Lewis Bonner ©, Logan Santi, Matthew
Waller, Arly Bassham, James Wagner, Jason Daniels, Rio Fox, Patrick Parle.
Fletcher, Fletcher Pemberton, Jack Barnett, Ajay Foreman.
Referee: William Coglin-Hibbert
Assistants: Dom Frary
& Sam Downing
Fourth Official: Eleni
Player of the Match: Lewis
Sprowston High School Win The Millennium Shield Knockout Cup After Scoring
Notre Dame High School vs Sprowston High School
U14’s Millennium Shield Knockout Cup Final
FDC Field of Dreams 07.05.19
Sprowston showed their attacking intent early on when Evie
Dickerson hit the post after latching onto a long diagonal through ball. They
scored their first when Sarah Brasero-Carreira ran past three Notre Dame
defenders and hit the ball into the top left corner after 12 minutes.
By half-time Sprowston had scored
3 thanks to the early strike of Brasero-Carreira and good finishes from Lauren
Hailes and Evie Dickerson. Notre Dame really struggled to keep possession of
the ball but their captain, Lizzie Way was causing problems to the Sprowston
defense when she got on the ball.
The second half started evenly
with neither side managing to create really good chances in front of goal.
Sprowston fourth came via their captain, Brasero-Carreira, who scored a very
similar goal to her first this time firing the ball into the bottom right of
the goal. Another two quick goals from Dezzy Campbell and Brasero-Carreira
meant that Sprowston lead by six going into the last 10 minutes.
Notre Dame got the goal they
deserved after Way was brought down in the box and converted from the resulting
penalty kick. The Notre Dame defense had little left to give in the dying
minutes, this meant Sprowston were able to take their tally up to 8 goals in
Final Score: Notre Dame High School 1-8 Sprowston High School
Notre Dame: Amy
Carroll, Ellie Hood, Megan O’Connor, Cyrene Bongcayao, Kacey Omara, Chloe
Turley, Mimi Wescott, Millie Delaney, Lizzie Way ©, Jen Martins, Joss
Pike, Olivia Dawson-Snow, Ellie De Souza.
Sprowston High School: Macy
Smith, Lauren Hailes, Breanna Rudd, Libby Marney, Evie Dickerson, Dezzy
Campbell, Sarah Brasero-Carreira ©, Faye Albarn, Sophie Overton, Mel barley,
Assistants: Dom Frary & Sam
Fourth Official: William
Player of the Match: Sarah