News Archive - December 2011
Under 13 Greens hit set back against Wetherby
Our Under 13 Green team were outplayed by contenders Wetherby, losing 3-0 today
Connor Furey played superbly today, as the U13s go into a well-deserved Christmas break.11/12/11
Under 13 Yellows crash out of cup
Our Under 13 Yellow team bowed out of the supplemetary cup after a heavy defeat to higher division Tingley Tigers.11/12/11
Wes is King of the Mud!
Our under 14s took part in a wonderful game played in horrendous conditions. A superb hat-trick from Wes Charles, along with goals from Leon Swatman,Eddie Hanson and Jack Harris gave Whinmoor a deserved 6-4 win against Whitkirk
Both teams deserve a lot of credit for a game packed with excellent football which was played in great spirit on a (Christmas) pudding of a pitch.11/12/11
U16s road trip ends in defeat
Our under 16s travelled the distance to title challengers Bedale, but came away with nothing after a heavy defeat.11/12/11
Cup success for the Under 17s!
Our under 17s won a thrilling encounter with Ripon City Panthers, winning 5-3 after extra time to make it into the league cup final.
After Whinmoor stormed into a 3-0 lead, Ripon fought back and drew level to push the game into extra time, but goals from Steven Dyer and Taylor Starkey put Whinmoor into the final.
They will face either Amaranth or Knaresborough 11/12/11
Under 13 Greens get pay-back at Beckwithshaw
Our Under 13 Green team managed to get revenge for being mugged last week by winning 1-0 at Beckwithshaw.
After losing to a late goal last week, Orlando Smith snuck in to convert one of Whinmoors many chances to give the visitors the points.4/12/11
Lethal Leon Rocks the Rangers!
Our under 14s turned the formbook upside down to record their first league win of the season against previously unbeaten Garforth Rangers.
Leon Swatman has hit the ground running, and netted all five in a very well deserved 5-3 win. This doesn't tell the whole story, though,
as great performances all over the pitch sent Garforth home without their 100% record and without any points.4/12/11
U16s sick of the sight of Amaranth
Our under 16s played Amaranth for the second time in two weeks, and suffered another heavy defeat.
Callum Gartlands goal was to no avail, as they are still looking for their second win of the season.4/12/11
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