Singleton Junior soccer results are as follows:
Under 11 Maroon versus Rutherford
The replayed match against Rutherford for 11 Maroon started with a bang. The team had snagged six goals in the first seven minutes courtesy of two goals to Nick Watson, an own goal, Ewan Kelly and Jesse Ford.
The team played beautifully with the team bagging another four before half time with contributions from Ewan Kelly and a further three from Nick Watson.
Our goal keeper Riley Hungerford had some great saves to make and was unlucky to not stop Rutherford’s only goal in the first half.
The defensive three of Jackson Hamson, Will Gloster and the ever improving Matt Southwell provide great service to the midfield and attacking players.
The second half continued like the first.
Lana Ries and Jesse Ford terrorised the Rutherford back three which opened up space for the rest of the team.
Ewan Kelly bagged another to end up with a hat trick, Jesse Ford and Zac Cull scored while Nick Watson scored another hat trick in the second half.
Rutherford did score another which was a nice reward for their effort despite the great effort of Riley Hungerford between the sticks.
All in all though, the 11 Maroons continued on their way with another constructive team performance
Under 13 C
A full team of Maroons players turned up to Kurri Kurri to take on Kurri Kurri team who were ready to win the home ground clash.
Singleton dominated the first half with some good attacking play, but they were unable to reap benefits with attempts from Bradie Coe, Cameron Burns, and Charlotte Alexander missing.
Good defence from Jackson Dagg, Luke Fishpool, and Flynn Lefmann, resulting in a nil all draw at half time.
Kurri Kurri returned for the second half in need of a win and attacked Singleton goals on repeated occasions until finally scoring half way through the second half.
Despite some late attempts at goals Singleton were unable to equal the score.
A great game from Tayla Perry, Hamish Anderson and Cameron Burns.
A game that was played with the ball in the air provided some good entertainment for spectators and players showing their skills.
Under 13s White
It was a tale of two halves when Singleton played Rutherford at home on Saturday when Singleton were 2-0 ahead at half time.
Two goals from Sam Cameron came from good lead up work from player of the match Jess Carter and Lachy Ward, and Singleton look set for their second win of the season.
But with gun sweeper Campbell Nunn out of the second half, Rutherford went into overdrive and picked off the Singleton defence to score three times which included a luckless own goal to equalise the game.
Despite the full time score being 3-2 to Rutherford, it was still a good competitive effort from the team.
Under 11 Maroon
On a foreboding morning with rain likely, the under 11 Maroons prepared to take on a plucky Maitland side that meant business.
Despite the tough opening to the game, thanks to the determination of Jackson Hamson, Singleton was on the board.
Ewan Kelly followed within two minutes with a left foot speculator that found the top of the net and gave the keeper no chance.
Jackson Hamson again showed true grit to get on the board again and restored a two goal buffer after Maitland scored earlier.
Joshua Brown was great between the sticks in both halves and distributed the ball well after making some great saves.
Mat Southwell and Riley Hungerford let very little through and were ably assisted by Lana Ries who was a tackling dynamo today.
Will Gloster played well and with some more confidence will be a threat to all sides.
Big improver Jesse Ford terrorised the Maitland defenders and was unlucky not to score on a couple of occasions.
Nick Watson added another just before halftime and the team was playing well.
In the second half the team put on a great exhibition of football.
Maitland had very few chances during the half and it was only by good luck that the team didn’t end up with extra goals.
To cap off a brilliant performance Nick Watson scored a great long range effort in the last minute of the game to seal a great victory.
Under 11 Maroon managed to put on their best performance all year and were clearly a class above the Maitland team in the end, well done.