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Under 14's Boys - JPL - Match centre

Redditch United
Sat 29 Nov 10:30 - Midland Junior Premier League - Under 14 Full time Attendance 28,000

Stourbridge FC U14's 3-2 Redditch Utd U14's


A deserved win after a few weeks of disruption

Stourbridge 3 Redditch 2

Once again the sun engulfed the Lea Castle Arena, penetrating through the trees as it tried to soak up the early morning rain.

Stourbridge got off to a positive start trying to uphold and live up to their philosophy game play. They played with a possession based approach. Good quality passing was seen with intelligent movement and support of the ball.

Redditch decided to interject this flow and struck the first blow with number 19 making a good strike to see it finish in the right corner of the net. Stourbridge remained calm and unruffled as they continued with business as usual. Maintaining good structure and moving as a unit. James Welch decided to express himself as he intercepted a pass and went on a incontestable run down the right side before firing it in the box to Emlyn Tudgay, who put himself into a good position to neatly place it pass the goal line leaving the first half 1 - 1.

In the second half James Welch continued to impress himself upon the opposition as he took on three players and just hitting it over the bar. Redditch were also stepping up the tempo as they tried to penetrate the centre of the playing field. They passed some good through balls to their number 9 on a number of occasions, luckily for Stourbridge Jack Clarke was always there to greet number 9 with open arms.

Redditch's number 19 acquainted himself with most parts of the pitch and was a continuous thorn in the side of Stourbridge, so it came as no surprise that his determination earned him a goal. However there was another thorn that was being just as prickly. It was James Welch as he continued his assault on the opposition releasing some shots, one of which rebounded on the foot of Emlyn Tudgay which he finished of nicely.

This remained much the same as both sides tried to play some good football. A couple more bursts of pace were seen from Joshua Beard as he streamed down the left hand side taking on players and crossing it into the box only to be denied by Redditch's defence. With only 5 minutes to go it was looking as if a draw was imminent. The ever intense Tom Trevis making a tackle and putting the defender under pressure forcing a error to win Stourbridge the game 3 - 2.

Credit to both teams for playing some good football and good luck to Redditch for their future games.

By Patrick Holness

Team selection

Whitehouse, Dan Whitehouse, Dan
Williams, Tom Williams, Tom
Nicholls, Lewis Nicholls, Lewis
Bishop, Aaron Bishop, Aaron
Sheaf, Corey Sheaf, Corey
Clarke, Jack Clarke, Jack
Trevis, Tom Trevis, Tom
Wood, Callum Wood, Callum
Welch, James Welch, James
Tudgay, Emlyn Tudgay, Emlyn
Holness, Maleek Holness, Maleek
  • 1. Dan Whitehouse (c)
  • 2. Tom Williams
  • 3. Lewis Nicholls
  • 4. Corey Sheaf
  • 5. Jack Clarke
  • 6. Tom Trevis
  • 7. Maleek Holness
  • 8. Callum Wood
  • 9. Aaron Bishop
  • 10. James Welch
  • 11. Emlyn Tudgay
  • 12. Olise Priest
  • 13. Joe Sims-Woodhouse
  • 14. Oliver Cooper
  • 15. Joshua Beard
  • 16. Jakob Burroughs

League round up

Other Under 14 results

AFC Worcester Olympic
Bilbrook Juniors
Mansfield Town
Brackley Town
AFC Telford United
Coventry Sky Blues
Kinver Colts
Coventry United
Heath Hayes
Heather Juniors
Shrewsbury DC
Hednesford Town
Coventry Sphinx
Shrewsbury Town
AFC Wulfrunians
Ross Juniors
Deddington Town Colts
Stafford Rangers
Straftford Town Colts
Stratford Town Juniors
North Birmingham Celtic
Oadby Owls

League table

# Team Pl Pts
11. Ross Juniors 22 32
12. Stratford Town Juniors 21 32
13. Stourbridge 23 31
14. Shrewsbury Town 21 31
15. Mansfield Town 18 30
16. Stafford Rangers 20 30
17. Deddington Town Colts 22 30

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