CTFC Youth Results – 28.01.18
News From The Youth Section
We are starting our trials for next season’s u 18s Thurlown Nunn and CYDL A League, any 16 or 17 year-old should contact our youth development manager Tim Claydon on 07496 810606 for details. This season has already met expectations, with a strong showing in the FA Youth Cup and great progress in the Thurlow Nunn, together with consistent performance in the CYDL and related Cup competitions. Next season we look to step up again, so if you are a talented player looking to progress to Thurlow Nunn football we would be pleased to hear from you. In addition 12 to 15 year olds are also being invited to trial as we look to progress all of our Development squads for next season.
We are still inviting boys to join our under 7s, so if you are interesting in joining our team please contact our youth development manager on 07496 810606 there is also one vacancy in our U8s squad for a talented player that wants to improve.
The seedlings remain in winter recess, games recommence next month.
Our Development Squads
Colchester Athletic 2 – 4 CTFC U12’s
After a weather-enforced break the u12s were back on track with a splendid victory at Birch Park goals arriving from Ashley 2 Batuhan and Harry. They have consolidated their 4th place in the league.
CTFC U13’s 4 – 2 Cornard Dynamoes Blue
This result saw our boys safely through to the next round of the League Cup, on the scoresheet this week were Freddie 2, Declan and Luke.
CTFC U14’s 4 – 2 Feering Falcons
The third 4-2 result of the weekend sees our lads continue to battle for the top spot just three points behind Frinton and Walton but with 2 games in hand.
Wivenhoe Tempest Yellows – 0 CTFC U15’s
After a good run of results defeat came to the top side, need to respond next week boys.
Halstead Town 2 – 1 CTFC U16’s
The dream season is over, the boys again started slowly and we were relieved to go in at 1-1 at half time. With ten minutes to go we won a penalty and on such decisions results are made, this was to prove a pivotal moment hero of the last two weeks Will took the pen but a la Beckham slipped as he connected and the ball went tamely to the keeper, to compound things the opposition broke away and some poor defending allowed a cross to go in from the goal line for a tap in 6 yards out. Despite throwing players forward we just couldn’t find the equaliser. Lets hope the taste of defeat is a bitter one and the boys respond in the right way next Sunday.
18s match postponed