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News Archive - March 2010

U15s clinch division!
Our under 15s thrashed Leeds Maccabi 6-1 to put themselves in an unassailable position at the top of their division. Putting their cup disappointment behind them, they bounced back superbly, and Harrogate Railway's 1-1 draw at Knaresborough meant that they sealed the title with four games remaining. Their next target is now to continue their stunning 100% record on to the end of the season.

U10s lose out at Pannal
Our under 10s lost out at a strong Pannal Sports Panthers side, missing 6 team members. Daniel Grayson and Koby McNamara scored for the A team, with Josh in goal and Lewis Carry both having fine games. For the B team, Nathan Frosdick scored a blinder, and Callum Culkin had two fine games. James McElduff, who had been in hospital all week, managed to get himself to the game to cheer his team-mates on (and eat a heroic number of oranges!)

U11s miss out at home to the 'Amas
A goal from Orlando Smith wasn't enough to get our under 11s a result against Yorkshire Amateurs, as they lost out 2-1.

U14s push Maccabi all the way
A goal each for Farrar and Tinashe weren't enough to get a result against 3rd place Leeds Maccabi, as they went down to an agonising 3-2 defeat.

U16s move another step closer to winning division
A superb performance by our under 16s moved them another step closer to claiming the divisional title. Two goals from Jamie Allen, one from Harry Uttley and another from Tom Axe, his first for the club, saw them beat Pannal Sports Panthers 4-0.

U10s push Kirk Deighton all the way
Our under 10s lost out in three games of the four games by only a single goal margin, winning the other match 3-0, with Koby McNamara and Jake "Body Popping" Turpin scoring two goals apiece. In the 'B' team, Charlie Smith and Callum Culkin both put in performances which deserved more than two unlucky defeats.

U11s gain revenge against NE Leeds
Our under 11s gained revenge for a heavy early-season defeat when they beat North East Leeds by 4 goals to 2 with two goals from Jack Fordham, and one each for Callum Kennedy and Orlando Smith, against his old club.

U14s vanquished at undefeated Killinghall
A first half goal from Farrar, and two more from Carty were not enough to prevent our Under 14s falling to a heavy defeat at Killinghall, in their second game in two days.

U16s defeat Cookridge
Our under 16s made it 7 league games without defeat, with a fine win away at Cookridge, with two goals from Jamie Allen and a hat-trick from Harry Uttley.

U14s beat Collingham on Saturday
Goals from Jordan Whitaker, Jordan Carty and Danny Goodman gave our Under 14's a fine win in a cracking local derby at home to Collingham.

U14s mugged by league leaders
Our under 14s were the better team for large parts of their game against league leaders Burley Trojans, and took the lead after Danny Goodman found the net, but were caught out by two breakaway goals as they slumped to defeat.

U15 proud run comes to an end
Our under 15s lost their first match in almost a year when they were beaten by Beckwithshaw Bulls in the semi-final of the league cup. Stephen Dyers goal was not enough in the first defeat after 17 concecutive wins.

Jamie's hat-trick seals U16 win
Our under 16s totally dominated Leeds Maccabi, but could only win by a three goal margin, with Jamie Allen notching a fine hat-trick, which was his first for the club.

Spoils are shared in six-goal thriller
Our under 18s managed to take a point of Halton in a 3-3 draw, only a week after being knocked out of the cup by the same team.

Confirmed - David Beckham is a Whinmoor Fan!
David Beckham finally admitted last night that he's a Whinmoor Fan. "I saw the Whinmoor scarf at Old Trafford and thought I'd put it on. They're much better than Man United" he might have said. "My kids love Turkey Man, so Whinmoor is the club for me."
(please note that some or all of this story might be complete rubbish) 11/3/10

Whinmoor Announce the Whizz Kidz!
Whinmoor Juniors are delighted to announce the introduction of a new coaching project. Click here to see the Whizz Kidz dedicated website.

Under 10s return with a defeat
Playing their first game in a month, our under 10s fell to defeat against title favourites Pannal Ash. Their cause wasn't helped when their first choice keeper was taken to hospital with a suspected broken arm. The Whinmoor lads need to find their killer instinct in front of goal, as they missed a number of chances and then succumbed to late goals in all of the games.

Under 11s beat Leeds City in Thriller
Our under 11s returned to league action and took the points from close rivals Leeds City in a tight match. Adam Hellas was on hand with a cool finish under pressure to put Whinmoor in a lead there were never to give up. McGowan and Bell both put in solid performances, with Harris and Fordham impressing.

Under 14s edged out by Maccabi
Our under 14s came from two down but were unable to complete the job as Leeds Maccabi nicked a 3-2 win in the final seconds. Goals from Dan Goodman and Jake Douglas weren't enough to get Whinmoor back into winning ways.

Under 15s continue their domination
Our under 15s kept up their total domination of the league with a comprehensive 7-0 beating of Killinghall, with Elliot Harris, Aaron Barrett and Hakib Ahmed all grabbing a brace, and Niall Temple notching the other.

U18s finally progress in Cup
After the last of many, many postponements, our Under 18s were finally given the walkover in the Junior cup against Temple U17s.

Under 15s stretch their lead
Our under 15s stretched their lead at the top of the league to 9 points as they trounced Wetherby 6-2, including a hat-trick from Elliot Harris. After racing into a 3-0 lead in the first ten minutes, Whinmoor never looked back.

Under 14s run Collingham close
Our under 14s matched collingham all the way, until injuries reduced them to 9 men and their resistance was broken to see them go down 2-1.

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