Huncoat United : The Under nines were unlucky to lose 4-3 against Rossendale Valley Orange.
They trailed 4-0 at half-time but came back when Henry Hindle scored a double and Dylan Liddle grabbed one. MOTM was Lewis Honey.
The Under 11s Allstars had a good win beating Whalley 7-0. There was a hat-trick from Connor Demain, two from Kiko Binns and one each from Zac Bannan and Tom Neil. MOTM was Jack Rogers.
Sunday’s Under 11s Red lost 4-1 against Barnoldswick Barons.
Jonathan Whittle scored the goal while Bradley Thompson was MOTM.
Saturday’s Under 14s lost 5-0 against Belvedere. MOTM was Bradley Cole.
The Under 14s had a better day on Sunday, beating Blackburn Eagles 5-3. Their scorers were Brendon Barski (two), Bradley Herbert, Jake Whitehead and Jamie Bates. MOTM was Matt Fearon.
The Under 15s were unlucky losing 1-0 against Readstone Utd. MOTM was Danny Cassiday.
Greyhound Ford: The Under 15s moved in to second place with a hard fought 2-1 win over Accrington Stanley.
Stanley opened the scoring but Ford levelled the score with a goal from Jake Eddleston.
Just before the break a great run down the wing from Referee’s MOTM Matthew Parkinson gave Eddleston his second goal with a simple tap in.
The Under nine’s went ahead against Wilpshire Wanderers thanks to leading scorer Ben Knowles. The woodwork saved Wilpshire on a couple of occasions but eventually Ford’s Jordan Taylor headed home to make it 2-0 at full-time. The Referee’s MOTM was Jordan Taylor while the managers MOTM for the second consecutive week was Brooklyn Cross.
RISHTON UNITED: In the North Valley League, the Under eights Red lost 7-0 to top of the table Pendle Tigers.
Five minutes into the second half, Rishton were battling hard at 2-0 down but Pendle stretched their lead.
In the Accrington and District League, the Under 10s lost 5-0 to Pendle Forest White.
Meanwhile, the Under 11s lost 4-1 to Rossendale Valley.
Rishton conceded a goal in the first minute but they equalised through Ryan Cothliff.
Rishton went ahead through Cothliff and went 3-1 up when top goalscorer Cothliff pounced before half-time.
Rishton keeper won the MOTM Sean Kelly with some fine saves after the break and they got a fourth when Connor McNab got his head to a Billy Hargreaves free kick.
The Under 15s put 10 past Feniscowles St Pauls in a resounding victory.
OSSY RANGERS: The Under eights put in another good performance while sharing the points with Accy Stanley. Niall Lathom scored the goal with Alfie Cook the MOTM.
The Under 12s beat Black-burn Warriors 5-1 with two goals each for Reilly O’Hagan and Daniel Leech. Sam Etherington added the other and another fine goalkeeping display from James Leech earned him the MOTM award.
A depleted Under 13s team lost to high flying Huncoat United 11-0 with Andrew Nesbitt MOTM.
AGSA: The Under 12s beat Thornton Cleveleys 6-2 as they put in their best performance of the season to reach a North Valley league cup final.
Cleveleys had beaten them twice already this season but they put on a top show in the semi-final.
AGSA dominated the first half and an early goal from Ciara Borwick settled them down.
The second came from a right wing cross which was met at the back post by Megan Dixon.
Some good defender from Emily Airey kept Thornton at bay and then goalkeper Lucy Chadwick launched the ball to Carrie Ingham who fired home.
Thornton were stronger after the break and got one back but Hayley Lawson made it 4-1.
Thornton again came back to make the last 10 minutes nervy until Vicky Beard made the game safe.
In the final minute, Ingham ran the full length of the pitch to fire home her second and pick up the POTM award.They will play either Lammack or Darwen in the final in April.
The Under 15s ran out 7-3 winners over Red League Champions Pendle Forest to move into the semi-final of the Consolation Cup.
A hat-trick from POTM Becky Holt-McEwan, a brace from Kerry Bamford and a goal each for captain Amy Sturgess and Lauran Walker sealed a win.
Church: The Under 10s lost 3-1 at Great Harwood.
Harwood went 1-0 up from a corner and then doubled their lead after catching Church on the break.
Church then hit back with a great poachers goal from MOTM Cameron Noone but chances of a comeback were dashed when Harwood scored a third while Church were celebrating their goal.
In the second half Church caused the home side some real problems but couldn’t convert their efforts into goals.