South Park Ranger JFC LogoTo find the latest results from this weekend please click on the age group you need on the left hand side. Results will be put on between Sunday night and Wednesday night. It is up to each manager to send the results into the website designer.

 

From ages u7s to u11s we are unable to post results or scores due to these age groups being marked as “None Competitive age groups”

Tough day today for the U7s against an exceptional Boro Rangers side, but the lads all kept their heads up and chased down every single ball, trying their best for the whole game. Very proud of them for keeping going all through the game.

U9s went out of the league cup yesterday to a strong saxon team, the kids played really well and finished with big smiles, we did score a corker from a well taken indirect free kick(even though all free kicks in small games are direct lol) when haden touched the ball for charlie to smash the ball home from 6 yards, well done team UTSPR

U10s Red did really well today against a team in a higher league we more than matched them. We scored first just before half time it was a great team goal with players linking up well and passing the ball to hit the opposition on a break out they were caught out with some good passing and finish with a driven shot down in the right corner of the goal. Coulby Newham got goal back in the last few minutes in the 2nd half. This took the game to extra time both teams had chances but could not break the deadlock so it went to penalties. South Park Red went through to the next round of the cup winning on penalties. Excellent game by both teams. 👍

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Under 10s blue rhinos played against a very good boro rangers side which will probably go a long way in the cup, every player gave they all they were just far too good

Under 11 blues put in a spirited and hard working performance against a Grangetown Boys Club team who play at a higher level than them – if the boys continue with the same attitude and work rate when they start the League campaign next week the season will be a good one

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U11s Reds played in a fantastic cup game today at Nunthorpe (who are in a much higher division than us) but we matched them all the way taking the game to penalties were the boys were unlucky but a great performance by all the Southpark team especially by our keeper Thomas Cardwell.

U12 Reds, lost in the cup 1-8 to a really good div 1 Marton whites,

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U12 Blues lost to Stockton and Norton ancients 8-2, only 8 of the team played due to a few absent. Alfie Walsh got 2 goals. Fantastic effort from the team.

Under 13 blues were beaten 4-1 away to div 1 side leven the game was a good one SPR should have scored at least 3 first half bit as the game went on the 10 men ran out of steam well done boys 👍

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U13 reds beat hartlepool f.c 3-2 in the 1st round of the league cup

U15s DERBY
SPR BLUE 1-1 SPR RED
SPR BLUE WON ON PENALTIES! Fantastic advertisement for grass roots football. 2 teams evenly matched on the day giving their all. Horrible way to lose but what a great feeling for the blues!

U16 Reds lost 5-3 to a very physical thornaby team. But we move on to the next game with a lot of positives taken from the game!

End of season report coming soon

U13 Girls had to change direction at the beginning of this season and had to become part of the York league as unfortunately there was no local league. The girls never complained once having to get up particularly early each Saturday morning due to the distance that needed to be travelled. Most weekends it was a 3 hour round trip to play their games which never fazed them at all. They also reached the second leg in the county cup losing to a late goal to last seasons champion’s Kirk Deighton. I couldn’t be more proud of their attitudes and effort this season. Big thank you to the parents for the early starts and to my two coaches Dave Gordon and Lee Gunn for all their help

The Ladies went into the season in great form winning their first game 9-1 away to Huntington, we continued in the same manor picking up points and looking strong we suffered 2 major injuries to key players which meant a resuffle of player’s positions. We represented South Park once again in the FA cup away to penrith 4 leagues above us narrowly getting beat 3-2. As the season continued the league came to a halt and we had 11 weeks with no games which saw us loose our momentum and loose a couple of games aswell as drop a couple with 1-1 draws. Going into the last 8 days of the season we were 12 points off top spot and a minus 23 goal difference with 4 games left, with the top side still to play set for the last game of the season. We faced an away trip to Ripon who and the ladies traveling with a squad of 12 secured a 5-1 win next came a home game v Huntington and again the ladies came up trumps bagging a 13-0 win, next was a local derby v Middlesbrough women the ladies once again worked hard and won 7-1, the ladies had faced 3 games in 6 days and put themselves 3 point behind and 1 goal in front so it was all to play for in the last game. Unfortunately the fixture was set for a day when 30% of the team were unavailable and ended in defeat for the ladies however we did finish second in the league our highest finish since we started in the league 3 seasons ago, we also had the the higest individual goal scorer in the league with Eve Marshall scoring 48 goals. We are looking forward to the up coming season our transfer business has been done and we have 4 great additions to the already strong squad as we look to going one better in the 18/19 season.