Youth football round up

PUBLISHED: 06:00 12 March 2014

Saffron Walden youth football round up

Saffron Walden Blacks 2 Isleham United 2

Saffron Walden Blacks drew with a resilient Isleham team.

They started slowly and their offside trap was broken in the third minute as Isleham took the lead.

Aidan Elves brought the scores level after good work from James Inkley and Amrik Braico. Walden had further chances in the first half with a Braico goal disallowed for offside and a shot from Alfie Moss going just wide.

The second half started well for Walden. A corner from Elves on the left found Braico who fired home to put Walden 2-1 up.

But Isleham fought back and grabbed the equaliser.

Walden could not find ther winner, Mathias Davies going closest with a fierce shot against the crossbar.


Plantation Youth 3 Shephall United 0

Plantation maintained the pressure on Division 2 league leaders Elsenham with a positive result against Shephall.

They were frustrated by a stubborn first half performance from Shephall but did take the lead when Max Halls blasted home from 12 yards after a twisting run from Tanzim Khan.

The hosts started the second half brightly but had to wait until the 48th minute when Louis Eady fired home from 12 yards.

Plantation assumed more control of the midfield, with tough tackling performances from Jeremy Fletcher and Ethan Morley, and were rewarded with a third when Adam Whitehead played a ball behind the visiting defence for Ollie Newman to run on to and slot beyond the keeper.


Manuden Juniors 1 Pin Green Juniors 0

A neat finish from Alex Rinaldi-Jones early in the second half sealed Manuden’s victory.

It was a well-fought game although chances were few and far between in the first half. Manuden played brightly in the second half and should have made the game safe but failed to convert a number of crosses.


Manuden United 3 Chells 0

Manuden played their first game since December 15 and ran out comfortable winners against Chells.

James Murfitt scored two goals and an own goal completed the scoring.

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