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U16s Clinch Title!
Our under 16s clinched their divisional title with two games to spare after a comfortable victory over Pannal Sports Panthers. Jamie Allens goal after 12 seconds (yes, seconds!) set the tone, and further goals from Harry Uttley, Danny Squires, Will Duree and Tom Axe, along with an own goal, saw this Whinmoor team clinch their first title. Well Done Lads! New Photos in the Gallery.

U14s thrash Otley to finish at home
Our under 14s walloped Otley Town in their last game of the season. Jordan Carty scored two, with Jordan Whitaker, Magwenjere, Jake Douglas and Ryan Sutherland getting the others during an excellent 6-1 win.

U10s finish on a high
Our under 10s finished their first season with a fine batch of results against Harrogate Railway. The 'A' team had a win and a draw, with Jonathan Farrow netting in a 1-1 stalemate, and Jake Turpin getting a brace and Daniel Grayson and Koby McNamara getting the others in a fine 4-2 win. The 'B' team had a win and a defeat, Kyle Farrar scoring in the 1-3 defeat, but Ethan Arnold scored both goals in a great 2-0 win.

U11s vanquish the Ammas!
Our under 11s beat Yorkshire Amateurs to jump above their rivals in the league table. Callum Kennedy and Orlando Smith found the net in a fine 2-1 victory.

U15s edge closer to perfect season
Our under 15s moved a step closer to their perfect season with a 4-1 win over Pannal Sports Panthers. Hakib Ahmed scored twice, with Steven Dyer and Joel Scott scoring the others. Only one more game to go now, to see if they can make it!

U14s spoil Killinghalls party
Our under 14s put in their finest performance of the season to spoil Killinghalls 100% record. After losing and early goal, Jordan Carty hit the equaliser in the first half, and Whinmoor were the better side for most of the game, with Jack Rothera again outstanding between the sticks, and Casey Meadowcroft spilling blood for the cause.

U10s share the spoils with Killinghall
Our under 10s split the difference with Killinhgall with both teams taking one win each. Max Johnson scored twice, first in a 1-3 defeat, and then a great volley gave us a 1-0 win. The 'B' team went down 0-4, but two goals from Kyle Farrow, and a hat-trick from big-hearted pocket dynamo Ethan Arnold gave them a thrilling 5-4 victory in the second game.

U14s bounce back!
Our under 14s bounced back from defeat on Saturday for a win on Sunday! A Jordan Carty hat-trick, and another from Jake Douglas, gave our them a fine win away at Knaresborough.

U15s closing in on perfect season
Our under 15s continued their relentless march towards a 100% season with their second win in two days. Two goals from Elliot Harris, and one each from Joe Farrally and Niall Temple gave them a 4-2 win over Guiseley.

U16s take one step nearer ...
Three goals in six second half minutes put our under 16s within a point of being certain of the title. Two goals each from Jamie Allen and Harry Uttley, and one apiece for Andy Quinn, Danny Squires, Josh Goodwin and Emilio Bozzo (we think!) gave them an emphatic 8-1 victory.

U14s go down fighting
Our under 14s went down bravely 4-0 at title chasing Killinghall, in the first of two games in two days.

U15s keep on keepin' on!
Our league-winning under 15s passed Wetherby Athletic to death in the sunshine, running out 4-1 winners, with Aaron Barrett, Taylor Starkey, Elliot Harris and Joe Farrally all finding the net to maintain their astonishing 100% record.

U11s vanquish Shadwell
Our under 11s beat Shadwell 5-3 in a pulsating game in the sunshine at Temple Newsam. Two goals from Jack Fordham, and one each from Max Bisset, Orlando Smith and Adam Hellas were enough to beat their near rivals, who had a penalty saved by Callum Freckleton.

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