U13’s NCF 5 v Charlestown 0
Total dominance is the best summary of NCF’s U13 boys’s performance against Charlestown. NCF never looked troubled throughout the fixture, finishing off Charlestown with a comfortable 5-nil victory, thanks to goals from Haleb Campbell, Ben Dove, Flynn Tyas and Loki Marchant Brace. The highlight of course: a goal struck from half way by Loki Marchant. All in all, a pleasing performance from a well drilled organised.
U14’s NCF 5 v Charlestown 1
NCF’s U14’s put in a polished performance to come out victors 5-1 over Charlestown. It did take a little while for the boys to break down Charlestown’s defence, with a well finished goal from Ama Mite. Further strikes from Nick Sweeny and Ely Benson within the next 5 minutes saw NCF stretch the lead to a comfortable 3 nil. Charlestown did drag a goal back just prior to half time, however, a further two from Nick Sweeny in the second half put the match to bed 5-1.
U15’s NCF 4 v Charlestown 0
The U15s put in a good effort on Sunday afternoon with a dominant 4-0 victory over Charlestown City Blues at the C.ex International Stadium. Jarret Power-Casson created the first half hat-trick, meaning NCF had a 3-nil up at the break. Christopher Mirindi put another goal away in the 2nd half, A terrific penalty save by James Shanahan saw the boys finish with a 4-nil victory, earning their seventh win out of nine games in the 2019 season.
U16’s NCF 8 v Charlestown 0
The U16’s had a good 8-0 win against Charlestown City Blues. The 1st half was full of great ball control and runs through the middle and down the wings. This continually pressured Charlestown’s defence in the air and on the ground leading to Charlie Alderman 2, Mabior Garang 2 and Zane Skrtic scoring meaning NCF were 5-0 at half time. With this lead it allowed Wes Scrutton to move players into different positions. This gave Charlestown some confidence at first, but NCF were able to continually rebound out of defence, with confident passing and switching play regularly, resulting in some great attacking runs. This meant many scoring opportunities. Charlestown defended valiantly, with Jack Wujcik scoring a hat trick in the second half. Everybody played well with Jonas Wearn, Daniel Campbell and Charlie Kelly being the standout performers.