HUNCOAT UNITED: The Badgers became the only side to beat Langho Blue this season. They won 2-1 thanks to two goals from Lewis Honey.
Huncoat’s Under 11s Red put up a brave fight only to lose 4-2 against Clitheroe Wolves. MOTM was Tom Neil who scored both goals.
Saturday’s Under 11 Allstars also had a great win beating newly crowned champions Accrington Stanley 1-0, thanks to a Tom Neil goal. The MOTM was awarded to every player.
Sunday’s Under 14s lost 5-0 against Blackburn Eagles, Andy Webster was MOTM.
OSSY RANGERS: The Under eights played well but lost to a strong Langho team 5-1. Kian McKenna scored the goal with Ethan Charlesworth the MOTM.
The Under 12s drew 2-2 with Brunlea with both goals coming from Daniel Leech.
The Under 12s Sunday team won 8-1 against Glenross with a MOTM performance from Reilly O’Hagan. Bryn Potter bagged a hat -trick with Sam Cook scoring two and Gabriel Whelan and Sam Etherington adding the others.
The Under 13s completed their fixtures with a 8-1 defeat to Akzo. Joe Leeming was MOTM.
RISHTON UNITED: In the North Valley League, the Under 11s suffered their first home defeat of the season when they lost 5-1 to Fulledge Colts.
As last week, Rishton were physicaly out fought and didn’t play as well as they have been doing. Some superb goalkeeping by Dan Cobbald kept the score line down.
In the Accrington and District League, the Under 12s celebrated an eight goal haul in an 8-1 win over Great Harwood. They only led 2-1 at half-time but the second half was one way traffic. Goalscorers were Ngone Madzimbamuto, George Healy (two) and five from Referee’s MOTM Kegan Dobson.
The Under 13s lost 3-2 to Accrington Stanley while the Under 15s drew 4-4 with Akzo Orange. They let a three goal lead slip which means promotion is now out of their hands.
The third placed side need to win their remaining game and they have to hope that Oswaldtwistle - a point ahead in second place - don’t win.
Back in the North Valley League, the Under eights Blue lost 4-2 to table topping Padiham Saints. Luke Wolstenholme got one of the goals. The Under eights Red lost 6-2 to Fulledge Colts.
Great harwood rovers: Saturday’s Under 11s drew 2-2 with Clitheroe Wolves Red with goals from Thomas Braithwaite and Craig Scales.
ST JOSEPHS: An own goal cost the Under 11s at least a point against high flying Darwen Rangers. Declan Southward opened the scoring and soon after Brad Savage added a second. However, with the help of the own goal, Darwen snatched the points and the game as they managed to score two goals in the second half. Connor Lang, Devon Booth, Ciaran Berry, Declan Southward and Kurt Alderson all turned in strong performances.
An own goal also cost the Under 13s victory against Burnley Knights. Liam Richmond scored twice as the Saints dominated the game.
But they were made to pay for not killing the game off when the ball was rifled into their own goal. Thomas Davis was MOTM.
Greyhound Ford: The Under 15s went to Barrowford on Saturday needing three points to secure second place but Barrowford were the 3-2 winners. Goals came from Max Howells and Tom Anderton.
Their last match of the season was on Monday against Readstone United where they had another chance to grab the runners-up spot. Jake Eddleston gave them a half-time lead before Carl Blackhall, with his first goal of the season, made it 2-0. Readstone came back but the the Ford held on to win 2-1 - and seal the runners-up place.
AGSA: The Under 12s beat Barnoldswick Barons 5-3 - having to come from behind twice.
Agsa were 1-0 down when Ciara Borwick equalised before Barons made it 2-1 at half-time.
Agsa levelled again when Carrie Ingham fired home. The third was from Laura Starkie, Borwick got the fourth, Barons pulled it back to 4-3 before POTM Ingham fired home the fifth. Their next match is the cup final on 27 April.
The Under 15s were 6-1 winners over Brandlesholme. POTM Becky Holt-McEwan scored four while there was a goal each from Kerry Bamford and Lauran Walker.
Accrington Ladies ‘91: Playing only their third game of the year due to an unprecedented build-up of postponed games, the Ladies took on runaway league leaders Preston Rangers.
AL91 started well and were 2-1 up at the break through Caroline Watson and Stacey Deary. Preston pulled one back before the break and then ran out 4-2 winner in the second half. POTM was Alison O’Donnell.