Harriers on a high as Skellett smashes another four

Deeping Rangers Under 13s are pictured  before their 8-0 win over Feeder. They are from the left, back,  Klyden Lleshi, Beau Baines, Charlie Brooks, George Frost, Tom Towers, Corey Chambers, Jack Towers, Harry Rippon, front, Finley Rickards, Charlie Goodson, Kyle Warner, Jack Haunch, Morgan Robinson and Sam Webb.
Deeping Rangers Under 13s are pictured before their 8-0 win over Feeder. They are from the left, back, Klyden Lleshi, Beau Baines, Charlie Brooks, George Frost, Tom Towers, Corey Chambers, Jack Towers, Harry Rippon, front, Finley Rickards, Charlie Goodson, Kyle Warner, Jack Haunch, Morgan Robinson and Sam Webb.
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The Harriers are flying high in the Peterborough Junior Alliance League.

Wittering Harriers Under 12s maintained their unbeaten start to the season with an 8-1 bashing of Blackstones and have gone two points clear at the top of Division Five.

Feeder Under 13s are pictured before an 8-0 defeat by Deeping. From the left they are, back, Liam Bello-Matthews, Alvin Nkusi, Mason Crawley, Lewis Lilley, Benjamin Ball, Gohar Rehman, Mckenzie Neilly, front, Ethan Ketteringham, Archie Thompson, Jesse Cobley, George Lord and Lewis Brown.

Feeder Under 13s are pictured before an 8-0 defeat by Deeping. From the left they are, back, Liam Bello-Matthews, Alvin Nkusi, Mason Crawley, Lewis Lilley, Benjamin Ball, Gohar Rehman, Mckenzie Neilly, front, Ethan Ketteringham, Archie Thompson, Jesse Cobley, George Lord and Lewis Brown.

Ben Skellett found the net four times in Sunday’s big win to make it 10 goals for the season with the rest coming from Joshua Addy (2), Harvey Mountain and Thomas Ketteringham.

Glinton & Northborough Navy, who were joint top with Wittering, were held to a 1-1 draw by bottom team Park Farm Pumas Blue.

Kevin Quansah scored for Park Farm to earn his side their first point of the season while Jack Yeardley was on target for Glinton.

In Under 13 Divison One it’s Whittlesey Blue leading the way with a perfect four wins from four.

Action from the Feeder Under 13s v Deeping Rangers match.

Action from the Feeder Under 13s v Deeping Rangers match.

They won 3-2 at March Academy Blue on Sunday thanks to strikes by Robert Goulding (2) and Ollie Foley.

Deeping Rangers were the biggest winners in this division as they romped home 8-0 at Feeder through goals by George Frost (4), Harry Rippon (2) and SamuelWebb (2).

Peterborough Northern Star Red went goal crazy in Under 13 Division Three. They beat Bourne Town Red 14-1 with Leon Barrand, Riley Green and Blaze Snell helping themselves to hat-tricks. Also on their scoresheet were David Drygas, Tyler Aldridge, Shaun Newson and Kenzie Cousins.

PETERBOROUGH YOUTH LEAGUE

Deeping Rangers Blue Under 15s were the latest team to take a ‘Hammering’ in the Peterborough Youth League.

They were beaten 2-0 at home by new team FC United Hammers, who are setting a terrific pace at the head of the Division One standings.

Goals by Luca Di Canio and substitute Jude Widman-Dardis fired them to a fifth win from five games and saw them open up a lead of nine points.

In the same division Holbeach United celebrated their first win in some style as they smashed Spalding United Orange 14-0 with Kieran Smith and Elliot Foster hitting hat-tricks.

In Under 15 Division Two, Daniel Cave struck five times for table-toppers March Academy as they won 7-0 at Malborne Rangers while Joshua Lovelock also scored five as Stanground Sports beat Park Farm Pumas Red 10-2 in Under 16 Division Three.

A 5-0 success at Northern Star saw ICA make it three wins from three in Under 18 Division One. Tyler Munns netted three.