St Josephs: The Under 11s were edged out in a seven goal thriller against Ossy Rangers.
The Saints opened the scoring when Declan Southward fired home a free kick.
Ossy quickly hit back with two goals to make it 2-1 at the break.
In the second half, the Saints gave it a real go which almost paid dividends.
Jack Kerans headed home and then Declan Southward added a second goal direct from a corner to make it 3-2.
However, Ossy were allowed space in the box and managed to score two late goals. Isaac Fielding was Manager’s MOTM.
Huncoat United: THE Under 11 Allstars lost 2-1 against Wilpshire Wanderers.
Chris Dwyer scored the goal while Tom Neil was MOTM.
Sunday’s Under 11s Red had a good win, beating Clitheroe Wolves 3-2. Spencer Harris scored a double while Zac Bannan added the third. Tom Neil was MOTM.
The Under 12s also won beating Great Harwood Rovers 1-0.
The Under 13s had a rare defeat losing 5-3 against Rishton United.
The Under 15s drew 2-2 in an entertaining game with Jake Howarth and Jason Thompson on the scoresheet while John Parker was MOTM.
GREAT HARWOOD ROVERS: The Under nines have had a busy few weeks.
They were knocked out of the cup in the quarter-finals by undefeated Langho.
Rovers put up a good fight before eventually losing 4-0.
They then won at Mellor 3-1 with the goalscorers Zac Geldard, Harry Swiatzak and Caleb Cook.
And they secured third place in the league with a 4-1 home win over Belthorn. On target were Nathan Cox (two), Zac Geldard and one own goal.
Then, in the final game of the season, they drew 3-3 at Clitheroe. Goalscorers were Nathan Cox and a brace from Zac Geldard.
The Saturday Under 11s enjoyed an 8-0 win against Whalley. Tom Blackmore scored four, James Kenny celebrated a hat-trick and Joseph Starkie grabbed the other.
They then beat Rossendale Valley 4-1 with goals from Thomas Braithwaite, Sam Jones and two from Joseph Starkie with James Kenny the MOTM.
Finally, the Under 11s took on rivals Rishton in a derby,
The game finished 2-2 with Thomas Braithwaite and a last minute equaliser from James Kenny with Scott Sykes the MOTM.
Sunday’s Under 11s took on Mellor Yellow and celebrated an 8-4 win.
The first goal came when a cross from Mason Clayton was sliced into Mellor’s own net while under pressure but Mellor soon equalised.
Karl Sutton put Harwood 2-1 up and then Aaron Philipson sent a screamer into the top corner for 3-1.
Reagan Bolton, Dominic O’Brien and MOTM Mason Clayton took the tally to six.
Mellor got one back before Jack Hargreaves lashed home the seventh and Charlie Feeney made it eight before Mellor grabbed two late goals.
Then it was a big game for Sunday’s Under 11s as they took on Akzo Yellow - first against second.
Akzo led 1-0 at half-time and MOTM Jack Hargreaves saved a penalty. Despite chances, Akzo scored twice to make it 3-0.
Charlie Feeney lobbed the keeper from 20 yards to get one back but that was it.
Great Harwood Rovers Senior team made the trip to Stanhill.
Stanhill took the lead but Jordan Marsden converted a penalty to equalise.
Just before half-time, Nick Ford rifled a 25 yard shot into the bottom corner.
In the second half, Stanhill’s keeper pulled off some excellent saves but then they equalised and scored again late in the second half to make the final score 3-2.
MOTM was Philip Rushton.
In the return home match, against Stanhill, Harwood squandered a two goal lead to lose 4-2. Goals came from Daniel Norris and Lee Eccles.
Danny Smith made a return from injury after breaking his leg at the beginning of the season. Mark Fox was MOTM.
OSSY RANGERS: The Under eights put in a good performance losing 2-0 against a strong Lammack side. Alfie Cook was MOTM.
In the Under 12s section, there were two fine victories. The Saturday team won 7-4 after being 3-0 down early in the game.
Dane Winter and Bryn Potter got two goals each with Sam Cook, Daniel Leech and Matthew Hanson adding the others.
On Sunday there was a 4-1 victory over Lammack. Matthew Haworth and Dane Winter getting two goals each.
GREYHOUND FORD: The Under nines travelled to Whalley for the penultimate match of the season.
Ford got off to a great start with two early shots being well saved by Whalley's keeper only to be hit with a deflection at the other end to trail 1-0 at half-time.
Early in the second half, Greyhound piled on the pressure and it paid off with the award of a penalty which top scorer Ben Knowles tucked away.
After that, Ford hit the woodwork four times and had the ball stick in the mud on the line twice only, once again, to be caught out at the other end to concede again and lost 2-1. MOTM was Kyle Mason.