Wring's four-goal demolition of Bitton gives Keynsham local bragging rights
CALUM Wring fired four of the goals as Keynsham Town Under-12s raced to a comfortable 7-1 away success against local rivals Bitton in Division One.
Town took an early lead when speedy striker Luke Banfield just beat Bitton keeper Kyle Brown to a through ball, and on ten minutes it was 2-0 as Harrison Peacock's precise pass put clear Wring, who made no mistake.
It was tough on Bitton who had made a solid start, but Keynsham's goal of the season so far just before half-time knocked the stuffing out of them.
Town keeper Aaron Sainsbury threw to Charlie Stacey, who found left winger Kelan Dix.
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He quickly supplied Banfield and his superb turn took him clear before crossing for fellow striker Toby Cooke to slot home.
Three goals within 12 minutes of the second half put the result beyond doubt and Wring got them all from close range, showing great desire to get to the ball first.
Bitton kept going and responded with their first league goal of the season via Jimmy Sellick's well-struck penalty, before the scoring was completed by Town captain Stacey, whose glancing header from Max Sawyer's fine long-range shot found the top corner.
Stoke Lane Under-12s put their perfect record on the line against bogey side Thornbury Town in an eagerly-awaited first division clash.
There was no repeat of the previous week's slow start as Lane took the game to the visitors from the off with some superb pass-and-move football.
Alex Wells opened the scoring with a scintillating finish from George Huke's teasing through ball. Twelve minutes in and Harry Cole rose above everyone to head home Liam Harvie's corner.
Thornbury were restricted to speculative efforts, while the second half saw Lane continue to play a special brand of football, the woodwork coming to Thornbury's rescue three times before Tyler Gaston poked home to make it 3-0 and put the game beyond any doubt.
Also in the top division, Mangotsfield United United-12s and AEK Boco also ended up honours even from a 1-1 draw.
Just before half-time, Corey Jackson broke through to net for Mangos with a raking drive, only to be adjudged offside.
The second half was only seven minutes old when Jackson provided a defence-splitting pass for Harry Fitzsimons to round the advancing keeper and drive the ball into the net from an acute angle to put Mangos 1-0 up.
A minute later, Boco were awarded a contentious penalty for handball in the area and Louis Britton stepped up to equalise with a clinical drive past Jalden Catley.
Man-of-the-match Solomon Templar marshalled Mangos well from midfield but could not inspire a winning goal.
Broadwalk Under-12s and Rockleaze Rangers fought out a tense 1-1 stalemate in their top-table Division Two clash.
It was an apt outcome given both teams had gone into the game defending 100 per cent winning records.
Rockleaze adapted better to boggy conditions and having seen a 'goal' chalked out for offside, they took the lead.
Broadwalk made a few half-time changes and after Keegan Thorne had fired wide for them with only the keeper to beat, Reece Morgan smashed in the equaliser eight minutes from time after Mitchell Sully's fierce attempt had rebounded kindly to him off the bar.
However, Broadwalk survived a scare at the death when Taylor Morrison clumsily bundled over the Rockleaze striker inside the box, but was rescued by his keeper Taylor Williams, who dived superbly to his left to keep out the spot kick.
Bitton Under-13s claimed a comfortable three points from an 8-2 away victory over Downend Saints in Division One, which saw four of their players all net doubles. Fifteen minutes in, a slick move ended with Alex Begbie-Dilks slotting home Bitton's opener.
Downend responded immediately, catching the Bitton defence cold and equalising as the first half ended up all square at 1-1.
Bitton came out for the second period fired up after a motivational speech from their management and the goals flowed freely through Gianni Porcaro (2), Harry Saunders (2) and James Ollis (2), Begbie-Dilks completing his own brace as they moved into top gear.
Keynsham Town Under-14s were made to battle hard for their 4-2 Division Two victory over Bristol United.
They opened their account inside the first minute when a great crossfield ball from man-of-the-match Ben Sainsbury found Jasper Mumuni out on the left to finish well from a tight angle.
However, after being given too much time in front of goal Tyler Ugbah pounced to equalise for United.
It wasn't long before Keynsham restored their lead, a fine through ball from Callum Jones enabling Ollie Townsend to poke in.
It was end-to-end stuff for the remainder of the half and Ugbah was there again to slot home on 33 minutes. Town eventually pulled away after the break via Owen Cocking's penalty, after George Rooke had been brought down, and Mumuni's second goal, courtesy of another Jones assist.