Harris hits four-timer for Tows


YOUTH FOOTBALL: Towcester Town Foxes U10s slammed Moulton Magpies Whites 7-1.

Alfie Harris scored a four-timer, Oliver Pearson one goal and man of the match Ben Hope a brace in this convincing win, clipping the Magpies’ wings.

> Towcester Town Lions U 10’s lost 6-0 to Moulton Fields Diamonds.

The Lions fought hard throughout the match and all the team were busy in defence. This kept the score line goaless until the last five minutes when tiredness and the class of the opposition overcame the Lions’ resistance, allowing Moulton to score six quick goals.

Kian Davies had an excellent game in goal and was awarded man of the match for his performance.

> Towcester Town Foxes U9’s beat Wooldale Blue 2-1.

Tows struggled against the wind in the first half but defended well. They fell behind just before half time from a corner, but played much better in the second half. Trent Oakes scored two useful goals after good passing moves and played well to see out the game, with Harvey Williams taking the man of the match award.

> Players are wanted for Halse United U15s.

Halse are looking to strengthen their squad by one outfield player and a goalkeeper.

They play in Division One of the MK Border Counties Youth League. Having finished mid-table last season and league cup finalists and county cup semi-finalists, the club is looking to build on its success.

If you think you are up to the demands of Division One football, please call manager Jim Batty on 07704 576839 to discuss the possibility of joining Halse football club.