St Mary’s latest

Lots of St Mary’s teams were playing their last league games last weekend, but one or two still have a few games left.

The U7 Aces had a great game away with Blake Taylor (3) and Harley Whittaker scoring. Finley Bowman scored three in the development game.

The U8 Kings played away at Norton & Stockton and had a great win with goals from Jake Wilkinson (4), Dylan Cook and Isaac Chambers.

The U9 Kings had a great win away at Wynyard with goals from McKenzie, Taylor, Mason and Joel.

The U11 Kings also had a great 5-0 win away at Ferryhill with goals from Kieran Pattison (2), Adam Wilson, Adam Laverick and Jack.

The U13 Aces ended with a great 2-1 win over Stockton Town and are now promoted so congratulations to them. Their goals were scored by Dylan Howe and Cameron Watkinson.

The U13 Kings had a great 6-2 win over Nunthorpe with goals from Kyle Blacklock (3), Luke Savage, Harry Mounsey and Daniel Adock.

The U14 lost out 7-5 with goals from Regan Nixon (3), Luke Atkinson and Dylan Kestle.

The U15 Aces played their last game ending in a 0-0 draw against New Marske.

The U17s had a great 8-0 win on Thursday 13th April to keep them in contention to win their league.

The U18s played their last league game having already won the league and lost for the first time in 52 games, 2-1 against Gateshead Redheugh who could finish second.

The U18 squad then travelled to Eindhoven for four nights to play in the Easter Open tournament with over 580 teams competing. They were in the U19 category group of 24 teams and played seven games – against two English and five Dutch teams.

Despite losing captain Owen Stephenson and vice captain Luke Bailey for the rest of the tournament through injury in the opening game, they ended up with the 4th place trophy. Pro Academy FC U19 team won the tournament defeating English side, St Neots FC.

“It was a fantastic tournament with a massive thanks to Team Tours Direct for helping organise it all with flights, hotels and coaches,” said club chairman, Steve Coulthard.

The U18s are scheduled to play in two cup finals: on Friday 21st April against Durham County U18 in the Sunday Cup Final and then the following Sunday against Waldridge in the League Cup Final at Sunderland Nissan.

The U17s are also in their League Cup Final against Sunderland Redby on Sunday 7th May, also at Nissan.

Meanwhile, U14 player Jack Purdham has passed his refereeing course and is available to referee at U12 level.

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