Delight for Scole youngsters
Scole U11 beat Fakenham 4-1 to become league champions.With both sides only losing one game all season it was down to the last league game to decide who would take the title.
Scole U11 beat Fakenham 4-1 to become league champions.
With both sides only losing one game all season it was down to the last league game to decide who would take the title.
Playing on an almost full-size pitch suited Scole and they soon settled down creating several chances putting the away defence under heavy pressure.
After forcing a corner, a superb delivery by Scole's man of the match Kieran Pask found Max Turner who headed the ball home.
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Harry Rowlinson made the score 2-0 just before half time when his shot hit the back of the net after a goal mouth scramble.
Fakenham scored early in the second half which then brought Scole back to life and more determined and immediately replied with another great corner from Kieran who once again found Max with a unstoppable fantastic header.
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Defenders Jake Snowling, Daniel Wyies, Jordan Thurlow and James Rowlinson broke down any attempts on goal.
Shots from Levi Harris and Thomas Constance were well saved before a penalty was awarded for deliberate hand-ball, which Kieran hit with pace and accuracy into the bottom corner of the net to make Scole league champions and complete a fantastic season, making their coaches and parents proud of their achievement.