Penalty shoot-out drama as DNS boys go through in the Kent Sunday Cup … U12 DVS boys win again … U14s slam 13 without reply as Green complete EKYL treble
Two for Matt Jarvis in a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win … keeper Tom Messenger the hero … report from Richie to follow.
No joy at Maplesden Noakes for the firsts who went down 6-2 carrying a host of injuries. Scorers for the Green were the returning Jordan Osborne and Tommy Hilden.
First off the pitch are the Emerald Girls who held Whitstable to 1-2 at half time but the Oystergirls, with a couple of outstanding forwards, finally ran out 5-1 victors in the KGLFL. On target for the Green was Amy Burren. Well played all!
Meanwhile, it is 1-1 at half-time in the Sunday Reserves home Kent Junior Cup clash with Maidstone Leaguers Invicta Rangers … updates to follow. Extra time at 2-2 – good luck boys!
Great 3-0 away win for the U12 DVS squad in the EKYL at Lyminge. David (2) and Archie on target for the Green whose Player of the Match was Lewis. Mention for last Sundays PoM Cameron. Keep it going everyone!
U14s 7-0 up at half time this afternoon with Charlie Bryant and Derren Straker amongst the goals against Deal Town Rangers. Final score 13-0 with goals from Bryant 4, Straker 4, Fuller 2, Danny-Lee, Jamie Anderson, Charlie Barton.
Following in fathers footsteps – Patrons Player of the Weekend
Four for Brad and one for George boosted the U10 EKYL side yesterday in Canterbury. Not allowed to publish the score but happy days! I used to manage his father Marcus and this brings back happy goal-fest memories!
Kent Sunday Cup action this morning
Home County Cup action for Richie and the DNS Sunday Reserves (10.30am) while Will and the Sunday Thirds are at the Jackey Bakers Field to tackle Westgate (10.30am). Off to Barming for the firsts, also in the Kent Sunday Cup.
In the afternoon (2pm) the EKYL Under 14 squad [sponsored by Michelle Webb Childminding] welcome old friends Deal Town Rangers to Waterside in the knowledge that another maximum points haul will keep us on the tail of the pacemakers. Ben Hatcher misses out through illness.