United secure the league title in style

CHAMPIONS: Scole United Under-11s Back row (from left): Manager Paul Bannister, Coach Gary Cobbold, Coach Ian Johnson. Front row (from left): Joseph Boardman, Alfie Cobbold, Mackenzie Manning, Brad Potter, Alfie Chenery (GK), Ewan Johnson, Archie Parr, Brandon Hunt, Jimmy Ellwood, Thomas Church, James Taylor.

CHAMPIONS: Scole United Under-11s Back row (from left): Manager Paul Bannister, Coach Gary Cobbold, Coach Ian Johnson. Front row (from left): Joseph Boardman, Alfie Cobbold, Mackenzie Manning, Brad Potter, Alfie Chenery (GK), Ewan Johnson, Archie Parr, Brandon Hunt, Jimmy Ellwood, Thomas Church, James Taylor.

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Scole United Under-11s secured the Norfolk Youth Football Combination, Division One league title in style with an emphatic win over Old Catton, in our match of the week.

With 13 consecutive league wins behind them, Scole needed just a single point to secure the title and after a tentative start got themselves ahead courtesy of Brandon Hunt’s cool finish.

Settling into the encounter, Scole doubled their advantage moments before the break as Brad Potter raced onto a James Taylor pass to fire home.

The momentum continued after the interval with Joseph Boardman, Ewan Johnson, Alfie Cobbold, Archie Parr, Mackenzie Manning and James Taylor all playing well resulting in Potter adding a further four-goals to complete a five-goal haul and wrap up victory.

Catton grabbed a late consolation but it failed to take the shine off Stradbroke’s celebrations.

n Scole United Under-15s proved in devastating form as they overcame North Walsham in a 6-1 success.

In a comfortable afternoon for Scole, a Charlie Hitch hat-trick was added to by further goals from Kieran Manning, Owen Page and Dan Heffer to complete the rout.

n Diss Hawks Under-13s also hit the goal trail to seal an impressive 6-2 success over Lakenheath.

After falling two goals behind, Hawks finally burst into life, hitting back with goals from Jacob Ready (two), Samuel Brice, Isaac Nunn, Aaron Noller and Oliver Hunt to complete the turnaround.

n There was also joy for Eye Saints Eagles Under-13s who secured their promotion to South Suffolk Youth League Division Two with a 3-1 victory away at Trimley Red Devils.

A Thomas Schram double was added to by Nathan Faulkner before the home side grabbed a late consolation.