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News Archive - February 2010

Under 11s bravely bow out
Our under 11s travelled to Gildersome Spurs in the Supplementary Cup, and put up a great fight against the team two divisions above them in the league, but lost out by a single goal.

Oh No! Not Again!
All of our teams were left kicking their heels this weekend as the snow made a return.


Under 11s back to winning ways
Whinmoor under 11s got back to winning ways after a tricky game away at Middleton. Coming in a goal down at the break, Callum Kennedy levelled matters with a superb goal. Adam Hellas found the back of the net to put Whinmoor 2-1 up, before a slip up 4 minutes from time gave Middleton hope, but Shay Glucksman popped up in the last minute to claim all 3 points for Whinmoor, and complete the league double over their hosts.

Under 15s thrash Guiseley to keep streak going
Whinmoor had a very good day as they beat Guiseley to extend their lead at the top of the league. Harris hit 4, with Foster, Barrett, Farrally and Nill also hitting the net in a superb 8-2 win.

Under 18s do the double over Chapeltown
Our under 18s won their first in four as the completed a league double over Chapeltown FYDS, winning 5-3.

Under 16s game this weekend is OFF
Our under 16's fixture this weekend, which was due to be at home to Cookridge Albion, has been postponed, as Cookridge are unable to field a side.

Under 10s fall short to Killinghall
After their enforced layoff, our Under 10s played their first game since the 13th of December. Today, Killinghall managed to find Whinmoor's pitch and they all turned up, with Whinmoor winning and drawing one game, and the Nomads taking the honours in the other two games, despite Jamie Wright brilliantly keeping out a penalty.

Under 11s Unbeaten run comes to an end
Our under 11s missed out in a cracking match to lose 2-1 to Churwell Lions. Despite Orlando Smith finding the net again, Churwell fought back and grabbed the winner in the last 5 minutes.

Under 14s win comeback thriller
Our under 14s had their first win in 6 as they came back from three goals down to beat Harrogate Railway Braves 5-3.

Under 16s win at home to Bardsey
Two goals from Danny Squires and another from Harry Uttley saw our Under 16s edge a hard fought game with Bardsey, who pushed our boys all the way

Under 18s miss out in thriller
Our under 18s lost by the odd goal in 7 to Amaranth in a tight game.

U10s Friendly arranged
Our under 10s have arranged a friendly against Wigton Moor on the
21st of February.

Please send any reports, statistics or corrections to Administrator@Whinmoorjuniors.co.uk