YOUTH FOOTBALL: Halse United U14s reached the quarter finals of the league cup after beating Southside United 4-0.
Although Southside never really looked liked scoring, they put up a spirited fight and made a good match of it.
Halse looked rusty at times and a few questions were asked at half time with the score only at 1- 0 following a Bolden strike.
In the second half Halse were a different team as they responded well and showed their dominance with three more goals.
This time it was two fantastic headed goals from Baldwin and Bolden before Wraight went on a solo run to coolly finish.
This now puts Halse into the quarter-finals of the league and county cups, with all left to play for in the league.
This Sunday Halse are away to Newport Pagnell in the next round of the league cup.
>> Great Horwood Football Club needs more girls to play football.
There has been a tester session and the club is looking forward to more girls taking an interest.
So if you are aged eight to 14, and want to have a kick around, come along to the regular training sessions at the Great Horwood football pitch inNash Road on Saturday mornings at 10.30am. You will need to wear football boots or trainers, jogging bottoms, shin pads and a warm waterproof jacket.