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Football: Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League final will be all Panthers affair

PUBLISHED: 09:09 19 January 2018

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There will be an all Panthers final in the Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League’s under 14 cup competition.

Goals from Connor, Joshua and Theo saw the Panthers of Waveney book their place in the final at the expense of their own Meerkats who had Corey on the scoresheet.

They will meet the Panthers of Kirkley and Pakefield in the final after their 5-0 home win over the Hornets of Beccles Town.

There was more Waveney success as the Tigers booked their place in the under 16 cup final with a 1-0 win over the Hurricanes of Gorleston FC. They will meet Caister Roma in the final after their 2-1 win over Shrublands.

It will be an all-Norfolk final in the under 16 shield competition. A hat-trick from George, backed up with goals from Lloyd, Sonny, Jude and Harry were enough for the Tornados of Gorleston FC to overcome a determined Kirkley & Pakefield team 7-2 with Owen and Harry on target for the Titans.

Gorleston will meet old rivals Great Yarmouth Town in the final as goals from Sonny, Jack, Ethan, Billy, Conner and two from James saw the Bloaters defeat the Panthers of Waveney 7-0. Both under 16 finals will be played at Emerald Park on Sunday, March 18.

The remaining under 14 shield games were completed and moving into the next round were the Jaguars of Waveney as goals from Jack with two, Kaydon, Brandon, Adam and Hayden proved too much for Cobholm in a 6-0 defeat.

Hemsby with goals from Zackorey, Logan and Cameron return home 3-1 winners from Norwich United. There were goals galore at Martham as a Haydn hat-trick, strikes from Drew and George and two from William proved enough against Beccles Town Wasps in a 7-2 home win.

Burnt Hill are also in the next round beating the Kings of Kirkley & Pakefield 4-2, with the consolation goals coming from from Samuel and Cameron.

It was the same scoreine as Gorleston Rangers Eagles with a Joshua hat-trick and a goal for Thomas seeing them defeat.

The final under 13 cup quarter-final saw goals from Kian, Jamal, Louie, Nathan and Max secure the Wasps of Beccles Town victort at the expense of Brooke Juniors.

In the under 12 shield despite a goal from Ross for Freethorpe goals from George, Tai, Lloyd, Ollie and Kaan secured a 8-1 win for the Hornets of Beccles Town.

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