Junior football: Readstone, Clitheroe Wolves, Pendle Forest Pythons, Rossendale United

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readstone United Under 9s Yellow had an emphatic 8-1 victory over Pendle Forest Pythons.

Man of the match Charlie Nowell scored five goals, with Owen Parker scoring a hat-trick.

United’s Under 10s Yellow had an excellent 7-1 victory over Barrowford Celtic Black.

The goal scorers were Harry Burrows (2), Cade Leonard, Nat Sanderson, Ben Dinning and a brace from player of the match Millie Schofield.

CLITHEROE Wolves Under 11s Reds beat Rossendale United 4-0.

Wolves started the game on the attack, with Ben England and Kit Lloyd both having efforts saved by the keeper. Wolves keeper James Prendergast then had to make a save before Wolves took the lead through a long range George Bland strike.

Connor Jackson was then denied and Prendergast made another save prior to Sam Pickles and Lloyd being denied and Jackson extending the Wolves lead just before half-time.

Wolves controlled the second half with Jackson being denied, England striking wide and Joe Wilson going close before Jackson again netted. Wolves continued to attack with Jamie Thornber and Joe Briggs having chances, before Sam Pickles completed the scoring after Wilson intercepted a free kick.

Man of the match was Kit Lloyd.

Whinney Hill were the visitors at Roefield on Sunday to play a strong Wolves Under 18s, with the home side winning 7-1.

The highlight of the game was a double for Nathan Nettleton.

Pocket battleship Timothy Bleazard was man of the match, with good performances from Sid Tomlinson, Dan McGrath and Norris Farrar.

Wolves Under 9s beat Feniscowles and Pleasington 5-1.

A spectacular strike form Oli Hunter opened the scoring, followed by an equally impressive long range effort by Henri Hodgson. Daniel Scott then added a third with a cool finish to give Wolves a 3~0 lead at the break.

The second half saw some positional changes from the coach, and this paid off instantly with striker Theo Jackson getting two quick fire goals. Numerous chances went begging for Wolves, often denied by a very good keeper.

Hodgson was named man of the match.