Greyhound Ford: The Unders 16 were lack lustre against a confident Whalley side and drew 3-3.
Brandon Barski scored all three of Greyhound’s goals, one from the penalty spot. Declan Hewitt was MOTM for some great football and constant pressure up front.
The Under 11 Red drew 1-1 with Brierfield Celtic. Greyhound struck the woodwork in the first five minutes but finally broke the deadlock through Brooklyn Cross.
Unfortunately Brierfield levelled almost straight away through a deflection to make the score 1-1 at half-time.
Ford hit the woodwork five times after the break but couldn’t find the winner. Manager’s MOTM was Callum Mcdaid.
Church FC: The Under 14s kept up their recently found good form when they beat St Josephs 3-0. Jordan Haworth opened the scoring and, in a half that was dominated by Church, James Clarkson lobbed the keeper for the second.
The third and final goal was scored when the keeper and defender went for the same ball swept in from a corner and was quickly despatched by a waiting James Clarkson.
This left Church with their second consecutive clean sheet and third of the season for keeper Adam Worden. Manager’s MOTM James Clarkson
RISHTON UNITED: The Under 10 girls were in seventh heaven after a 7-0 win over Bury Girls and star of the show was five goal midfield dynamo Bree O’Carroll.
Rishton attacked from the off and soon went one-nil up from a Becky Fuller goal. With Abby Dearden and Charlie Butler moving further up the field, the game was played mainly in the Bury half.
Surging runs and great passing culminated in numerous chances being made but none taken by the eager forwards.
That all changed in five minutes of madness when Bree O’Carroll hit three goals from outside the area to make it 4-0 at half-time.
For the second half, two more long range efforts from O’Carroll were sandwiched between a cool finish from Bronwyn Hodgson, who nevers seems to miss a one-on-one. There was chances galore but a combination of good saves and scrabbles kept the score at seven in Rishton’s best display of the season.
AGSA: The Under 17's maintained their winning run with a hard fought victory at Brandlesholme. Kerry Bamford opened the scoring only for Brandlesholme to draw level on the half hour. Simone Hartshorn put Accrington back in front halfway through the second half and Bamford sealed the points with her second goal of the game. POTM was centre- half Heidi Roberts.
HUNCOAT UNITED: The Under nines lost to Wilpshire Wanderers Blue 5-1 despite taking the lead. They trailed 5-1 at the interval and, after a half-time talk, then held firm to keep a clean sheet in the second half and piled on the pressure in the last 10 minutes. Goalscorer was Kristian Holden and MOTM was Riley Armstrong.
The Under 10s Saturday won 4-2 against Wilpshire Wanderers Blue while the Under 10 Badgers ran out 6-2 victors over West End.
The Under 10 Allstars were Sunday winners with a 2-0 victory over Blue Star Aces while the Under 11s were also 2-0 winners, this time over AFC Darwen.
On Sunday, the Under 11s ran out 2-1 victors over Oswaldtwistle St Marys while the Under 12 lost 15-0 to Rossendale United Boys.
The Under 13s beat Whalley 5-1 on Sunday while the Under 13 Allstars won 9-3 against Church. The Under 15s celebrated a 5-0 win over Todmorden Borough while Burnley Belvedere beat the Under 16s 15-0.