100 goals up for free-scoring Walsham

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Walsham-le-Willows Under-12s reached 100 goals for the season against Abbey Saints in our match of the week.

Harvey Hubbard (two), Will Egglestone, George Clayton-Leek, Ed Justice, Alex Rice and Ellis Girling scored.

Bury Town Under-18s saw off Barton Rovers 2-1 in the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup, with Ryan Jolland’s header from Jed Wigley’s cross and Ryan Osman’s strike.

Brandon Lasses Under-15s played out a seven-goal thriller at Horsford, with Sam Cole’s brace and strikes from Ellesse Masters and Georgia Dargan — the latter from Chloe Slater’s cross — seeing them to a 4-3 victory.

Red Lodge Under-14s beat Panthers 3-1, opening the scoring when Ashley Dobson and Kieran Hayden combined to tee up Ryan Collis, who went on to claim a hat-trick.

Although Panthers reduced the lead, Charlie Butcher, Curtis Grinling and Jess Linger kept the visitors at bay.

Thetford Bulldog Belles Under-13s defeated Harleston 15-0 with goals from Jordan Hunter (six), Shannon Richardson (three), Hannah Rogers (three), Jess Horn (two) and Melissa Boulton were on target, while Caitlin Turton impressed.

Bury Town Girls Under-12s defeated Kirkley and Pakefield 5-0 in the Suffolk Girls Cup quarter-finals.

Grace Clancy and Chelsea Page bagged a brace each after Ellie Allen had fired the Blues into an early lead and goalkeeper Clementine Key kept a clean sheet.

Brandon Town Under-10s edged out Thetford Bulldogs 2-1, with Jack Townsend’s brace putting the hosts in control by the break.

Tom Corke was Brandon’s man of the match, while goalkeeper Archie Fox also performed well.

n Bury Town Girls are looking for players from Years 3-6.Contact Tom Parkington on tom.gfisoccer@hotmail.co.uk

n Suffolk Under-16s overcame Bedfordshire 3-0, with Bury’s Matt Skevington involved.

n Suffolk Under-18s have been drawn at home to Sheffield and Hallamshire in the quarter-finals of the FA County Youth Cup.