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Rhys Hadley switch pays off as Dudley Hill Rangers turn tables on Campion
Dudley Hill Rangers under-tens goal hero Rhys Hadley battles for possession with Campion scorer Marlon Morris
Rhys Hadley moved from defence to midfield with great effect as his deadly double earned Dudley Hill Rangers under-tens a 2-1 Keybury League win at home to Campion.
The visitors deservedly held a 1-0 interval lead courtesy of a fine chip by Marlon Morris over Rangers keeper Rajan Sandhu.
But Rangers rallied and, after piling on the pressure, turned the tables thanks to Hadley’s two goals.
Dudley Hill’s under-nines won a thrilling see-saw match 7-5 at Calverley.
Stand-in keeper Joel Beaumont helped earn a 4-1 interval advantage and although Calverley stormed back to make it 5-4, Rangers regrouped to claim the win.
Callum Thornton’s hat-trick was backed up by two goals each from Jodi Tiffany and Dominic Parish.
Albion Sports under-nines were not at their best but emerged from a scrappy encounter with Keighley Shamrocks as 4-2 winners.
Sports fell behind midway through the first half but Sohail Mahmood levelled from the spot before debutant Jaydon Rayner edged them ahead.
Mahmood and man of the match Rayner both scored again in the second half to seal the victory.
Baildon Trinity Dynamos Sky under-eights were magnificent 12-4 winners at Dudley Hill as Alfie Turner scored four times.
There were also hat-tricks from Ben Cockcroft and Harvey Menzies, while Lyndon Bateson nicked the man of the match award.
Baildon Trinity under-12s lost their first game of the season but played well in a great match against fellow unbeaten side BPA Lizards that finished 3-1.
An early Baildon goal was ruled out by a linesman’s flag, while both sides also struck the bar and the post.
Alex Gibson finally opened the scoring for BPA thanks to his lightning reactions as he outpaced the Baildon keeper to the ball.
The Dynamos equalised just before half-time when a goalmouth scramble fell to Louis Fialdini on the edge of the area and his delightful chip found the top corner.
Dominic Corps nudged the Lizards back in front with a fantastic strike but it needed some great saves by Thomas Indriks and sound defending from Stefan Giangregorio to deny Baildon a leveller.
But BPA, who are now undefeated in 34 league matches, killed off the contest just before the end as Corps floated in a perfect cross and Lewis Melvin netted after his initial header had been saved.
Louis Turner was named man of the match for the Dynamos.
Jake Ingall had the game of his life in defence to help East Bowling Allstars under-13s beat Clifton Rangers 5-1 in the Huddersfield League.
While Luke Stoyles was in hat-trick form up front, Ingall kept out strong opponents to great effect as the Allstars built on a couple of close losses and a draw in their opening games.
East Bowling missed a few early chances before Sam Hastings opened the scoring, with Stoyles striking at the double before the interval.
Sabiyal Malik made it four and Stoyles completed the tally, marking his treble with a front-flip celebration.
East Bowling’s under-16s were also in good form as they beat hosts Kirkheaton 6-0 to make it two wins on the trot.
David Moynaham led the way with a couple of goals, backed up by one each from Ryan Pogson, Adam Akalach, Luke Brooke and Roman Larko.
Meanwhile, the Allstars’ under-12s team are looking to recruit players to boost their squad.
The group train on Tuesdays and Saturdays at Bradford Academy. Anyone interested should contact Robert Hobson on 07873-711225.
Jordan Styslo scored twice and Adam Worby excelled in midfield as Bradford Warriors under-11s added to the previous week’s opening win of the season with a 5-3 victory against Howden Clough.
The Warriors started slowly but eventually broke away to make it 1-0 through Roberto McFarlane, although their opponents equalised moments later.
Styslo made it 2-1 at half-time and although Howden Clough quickly surged 3-2 up, the Warriors finished strongly with further goals from Callum Marshall, Styslo and Dylan Beale.
Worby won the man of the match trophy with a fantastic performance, breaking down Howden Clough’s attacks with his superb workrate.
Jacob Smith netted two early goals before Reece Clay also bagged two and Jack Leach one to make it 5-0 at the break.
The second half was more of the same, with Clay completing his hat-trick and Hayden Clifford, Leach and Kamran Latif also on target.
Harris Cunningham and Kieran McGuire in defence made sure that Matthew Leaper in goal had little to do.
Not to be outdone, the Wyke B team matched their clubmates’ efforts with a 9-1 win, also against Wibsey.
Tyrese Liu led the way with an emphatic display and netted the first goal, followed by Sam Kershaw (2), Loui Cook, Ranganai Muza and Jack Morris to make it 6-0 at half-time.
Wibsey pulled one back early in the second period but the Warriors found their feet again to add further goals through Kamran Latif, Muza and Liu.
Albion Sports under-13s hit back from conceding an early penalty to win 6-0 at Oakworth in the Craven League.
The hosts saw their spot-kick chance saved and Sports drew heart from this to go on the attack and win a penalty of their own, with Ibrahim netting to make it 1-0 at the interval.
The second half then belonged to Albion and further goals flowed from Waqas (2), Raheem (2) and Ishrar.
Five different players scored for Undercliffe Celtic under-16s as they beat Salts 5-3 to leave them top of the table.
Omaar Dewaine March and Phillip Byron gave Undercliffe what appeared a comfortable lead but Salts drew level before half-time.
A handball then gave Ewan Mark the chance to regain the lead with a penalty, before goals by Paul Causley and man of the match Jack Vickers guided Undercliffe out of sight.
Peel Park-based Undercliffe Juniors are looking to attract new players with a view to setting up another two teams, including a girls side.
Anyone interested must be aged seven-plus and should turn up for training on Saturdays from 10.30am on the Cliffe Road side of Peel Park outside the cafe.
Thackley Dragons under-15s made it two wins from as many games at the start of their Harrogate League campaign as they saw off long-distance travellers Bedale 7-2.
Ryan Carre added to doubles from Daniel Grimshaw, Dragons man of the match Daniel Isaacs and Nathan Henderson-Hall.