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Lewis Forest equalises for sleepy Salts
Salts Pumas under-tens gained a well-earned draw in their first game in Division Ten C of the Craven, Aire & Wharfe Junior League.
Ethan Steffanuti gave the home side a first-half lead but as the Pumas tired in the second half, Oakworth fought back, scoring quick goals to lead 2-1 with ten minutes left. Pumas then showed great character and Lewis Forest equalised.
In Division 11C, Albion Sports were dominant from the off against Horsforth, captain Amar Javed, who was solid at the back, scoring the goal of the game.
Kyle Murtargh netted a hat-trick, Zain ul-Hussain a brace and there were further strikes from Callum Chahal and Jacob McNulty.
However, in Division 12D, Albion Sports lost 11-0 at Bradford Park Avenue Eagles, who maintained their 100 per cent start to the season and took their tally to 43 goals in six games.
Zack Sangster continued his unstoppable goal-scoring form with his fourth hat-trick in six games.
Josh Barrett (2) made it 5-0 by half-time, and little midfielder Tyler Rhodes netted the sixth in the second half.
Debutant Hassan Ali finished off a great run through Albion midfield’s with the seventh, and the Eagles ended with goals by Danny Frost (2), Eisa Faulding and captain Jack Holroyd.
Avenue A under-14s suffered their third defeat of the season, 5-3 at home to visitors Thackley Crusaders.
The hosts soon levelled Billy Enoch’s curler but Crusaders made it 3-1 by half-time.
Enoch and Daniel Isaacs converted penalties to make it 3-3, only for Crusaders to score twice more. Man of the match on his debut for Avenue was goalkeeper Niall Brame.
Avenue under-14s B won 5-3 at home to Menston Rovers. Man of the match was goalkeeper Jacob Hodgson, with goals coming from Callum Surtees (2), Geremy India (2) and Luke Hardy.
Avenue A under-15s cruised to an 8-2 victory over visitors Cross Hills.
Kenny Tafireyi, Jo McLoughlin and the pacy Tom Bentham put Avenue 3-0 ahead, treacherous goalmouth conditions leading to Cross Hills pulling a goal back before half-time.
However, normal service was resumed in the second half via a Bentham back-heel, contrasting headers from Danny Burnett and Harrison Whittaker and Macaulay Haley (2). Cross Hills got their second from a late penalty.
Avenue under-18s, in their new Help For Heroes kit, beat Bingley 8-3 with goals from captain Jack Conroy (2), Harry Hall (2), Luther O'Farrell (2) and Joe Hollings (2). Man of the match was Abdullah Mohammad.
Scorers were Hamish McCallum (2), Alfie Turner, Max Paterson, Harvey Menzies and a thunderbolt from George Robinson.
Albion Sports won a thriller 7-6 at Keighley Shamrocks, skipper Luke Jeffreys scoring five for the winners, debutant Bilal Ahmed and Yacoob Jibrael making up the tally.
Sports’ under-eights had an 18-0 romp over Shamrocks, Joban Banghar opening the floodgates before Sohail Mahmood netted nine, man of the match Casey Breaks (3), skipper Raushan Sandhu (3) and Kieran McGinley (2).
BD5 hosted neighbours Dudley Hill Rangers in a top-of-the-table clash in the Under-Nines Red Division.
Dominic Howard equalised for Rangers before Spencer Dunk, minus two teeth from an earlier incident, made it 2-1.
Adam Terrelonge smashed home an equaliser for BD5 as both teams maintained their unbeaten record.
Albion Sports under-nines, inspired by Josh Hyer, thrashed Silsden Dragons 9-0.
Goals came from Jnai Trought (5), Javier Panesar (2), McKenzie Jeffreys and Rahes Mohammed.
Baildon Dynamos under-tens saw off Sutton 11-2 with efforts from man of the match Louis Turner (2), Harvey Weston-Beyer (2), Ben Stevens (2), Courbon Carr, Charlie Menzies, Denon Sokee and Will Robinson.
Avenue Lizards under-12s won 11-0 at Guiseley Blues, goals coming from Lewis Melvin (3), Jack Wright (3), Dominic Corps (2), Cameron Brewster, Alex Gibson and an own goal.