Bosham boys make Otters look rusty
Goal feasts for Bosham and Bognor's under-16s headline this week's youth football round-up.
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Bosham 8 Rustington Otters 0
The Robins’ youngsters’ 8-0 victory against Rustington moved them up to second spot in C division.
Goals came from Ed Kennett (2), Lewis Rustell (2), Joe Bourner-Davies, Tom Canter, Oliver Shergold and Cameron Cassar.
The club have thanked to Portsmouth Aviation for sponsoring the side’s new tracksuits and rain jackets this season.
The squad are pictured right – back row, from left: Chris Rustell (assistant manager); Oliver Shergold, Cameron Cassar, Connor Adams, Charlie Robertson, Tommy Veness, Chris Cordaro, Tom Canter, Joe Bourner-Davies and Rick Kennett (manager); front: Lewis Rustell, Bailey Haskett, Mitchell George, Harry Spicer, Kaine Halmcomb, Ed Kennett, Jake Bradwell and Sam Baker.
Bognor Town 6 Worthing United Colts 2
It was a poor start from Bognor, losing possession regularly. This led to the first goal for Worthing after a foul on the edge of the box and a free-kick converted by a Worthing midfielder.
Things got worse for Bognor when Worthing’s left-sided midfielder scored a cracking volley from 20 yards.
Bognor were still playing good-quality football and they grabbed a goal before the break with Jack Parkinson first to react to the loose ball in the box.
They equalised through Ollie Hambleton, then began pushing for the win.
Will Lintott scoring two in quick succession, making the score 4-2 to Bognor.
New arrival Bart Kosmalski got his first for the club and Bognor’s fifth.
The game was put to bed by Parkinson, who got Bognor’s sixth just before full-time.
Bognor: Scott, Bain, Mockford-Allot, Lechkofski, Hauxwell, Haga-Hammond, Wallers, Bennett, Swanson, Greece-Harber, Parkinson, Lintott, J Pardey, Van Driel, Hambleton, Kosmalski.
A good weekend for Bosham’s youth section was rounded off with 4-2 victory for John Stead’s under-18s against Worthing Brazilian Master Youth in B division.
Harry Lidster netted a hat-trick, with Bradley White also on target.
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