L’land Tiger Cubs U8s v Football Tots U8s
AFTER an even start, the Cubs saw more of the ball and took the lead through Markham.
However, the Tots levelled proceedings and went on to add three more unopposed goals.
Carr had the last word for the Cubs netting wuth a fine finish after he was played in by Markham.
L’land Tigers U9s 2Northfield 3
THE Tigers made the better start in this Bootle League encounter.
This was capped by the game’s opening goal after only five minutes, Joe Nuttall the marksman capitalising on a super pass from Adam Hough.
Northfield hit back to score twice before the interval and made it 3-1 early in the second-half.
Nuttall then got the Tigers right back into the clash netting a penalty awarded for handball.
Sadly for the Tigers, though, they could not find an equaliser before the final whistle blew.
L’land Tigers U11s 3Fieldway 2
A FIVE-GOAL thriller went the way of the Tigers as they opened up a gap at the top of the division in the Saturday Hightown League.
Kyle Robinson-Murray gave the Tigers the lead only for Fieldway to level proceedings.
Tyler Cliffe’s cool finish after blocking a goal-kick restored the Tigers’ advantage before teammate Will Wright scored a peach of a solo goal to make it 3-1.
Fieldway then cut the deficit back to a single goal, but the Tigers held out to bag all three points.
L’land Tigers U13s 8Forefield Sharks 2
THE Tigers roared to an excellent win in their under-13s Hightown League clash.
Lewis King’s goal after 10 minutes set them on their way. Before long the lead was doubled, King again the marksman.
A super strike from Josef Cass made it 3-0 and the Tigers were cruising.
The Sharks, though, bit back with a goal of their own to make it 3-1, but on 34 minutes the Tigers restored their three goal cushion with a fine effort from Niall Watson.
The same player then headed home number five for the Tigers four minutes later.
King then completed his hat-trick with a powerful shot and the Tigers added further goals from Callum Smith and Watson for his treble. The Sharks also netted again but it mattered not to the destiny of the points.