Youth League: Glinton sides both pipped on penalties

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There was PFA Under 18 Cup heartbreak for both Glinton and Northborough sides on Sunday.

Glinton and Northborough Black held Bourne to a goalless draw in their quarter-final only to be beaten 5-4 on penalties after extra-time and it was a similar story for the Glinton and Northborough Amber team.

They were at Stamford where it finished 5-5 after extra-time and again Glinton lost 5-4 in the penalty shoot-out.

Harry Gow, Sean Kelly, Joe Morley, Kieran Richardson and an own goal made up the Stamford tally while on target for Amber were Ryan Humphreys, Daniel Robertson, George Taylor (2) and Daniel Gorzejewski.

Division One leaders Rippingale & Folkingham saw off Riverside Purple 3-0 through goals by Lewis Fountain and Zak Munton (2) while the other quarter-final saw Whittlesey Red beat Hungate Rovers 2-0.

Eye United Under 15s kept their trophy treble hopes alive with a 5-3 win over March Town in the PFA Cup. The Division One leaders had Tiago Dias, Brandon Gallagher, Jamie Scott, Lewis Wells and Obabiyi Taiwo to thank for their goals.