IT was a busy time for many of Formby Junior Sports Club’s representative teams over the half term holiday.
The under-9s Whites have reached the Jim Rourke Cup semi-final following a 5-2 victory over Birkdale DR.
Owen Highton and Michael Johnson scored two each and Conor Dewhurst was also on the scoresheet. Daniel Hughes was MoM.
The under-9s’ impressive form continued with a fine team performance which saw them beat league leaders Town Jags 3-1.
After going a goal behind, FJSC pressed forward with two goals from striker Highton and a third from Elliot Taylor. Evan Smith was MoM.
The under-10s White also won their Charity Shield tie. The only goal of the match against Redgate Yellow was scored by Louis Fazakerley with Nathan Rabone being named MoM. Callum Roberts also played well.
In their top of the table clash the under-14s ‘B’ beat Ainsdale 6-1. The all important opening goal was scored by Daniel Brennan which set the under-14s on their way. David Brown scored in each half.
The goal of the game came from Kyle Rawcliffe who executed a perfect volley from the edge of the box straight from a corner kick. Tom Abbott scored from a header and the final goal was a cool finish from Tom Giles.
A great second half team performance saw the under-17s Black turn a 3-1 deficit into a 4-3 win over league leaders Town Green.
Captain Tom Simpson scored twice and there was a goal each from Tom Greenwood and Richard Chadwick, Lee Tierney was MoM. Lewis Malone and Liam Mulcahy defended well.
The under-11s have progressed to the semi-finals of the Harry Cope Cup following a 6-0 win at Great Crosby.
Lewis Hill and Oliver Sutton scored two each, Luke Warden and Drew Sergison were also on target. Ross Turpin and Matthew Smith were solid in defence but MoM was midfielder Sam Rimmer.
There was double success for the under-7s who scored their 100th goal of the season when Michael O’Neil netted in a 2-0 win over Redgate Black. Joe Johnson was also on target and Joe Rigby was MoM.
Another win was gained as Daniel Griffin scored twice with Joe Rigby and Toby Gladwin also notching goals in the 4-1 win at Burscough. Griffin was MoM.