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Lewis United Youth continue to challenge for top four finish

Lewis United Youth 6

Bradford 8, Pasziewicz 22, 24, 38, 63, Rintoul 30

Banchory Boys 3

Allan 27, Matthew 34, Berry 44
  • Sunday, 29 January 2017
  • St Machar Academy
  • Under 13´s
  • ADJFA League A
Claire Gulline

Claire Gulline | YFS Aberdeen Senior Reporter
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On a morning that saw many games postponed due to early morning frost, Banchory Boys fought their way through snow and ice to make into Aberdeen for their game against Lewis United Youth. In what proved to be a competitive game, Lewis United claimed the victory with a 6-3 win.

Both teams showed their attacking intent early on in the game but it was Lewis United who had the first real chance of the game. Raegan Rintoul made a break from his own half and jinked the defence before crossing the ball for Kai Crawford who shot from wide to the right but he was unable to hit the target.

The home side continued to exert pressure through Brunon Pasziewicz and Jayden Bradford, and earned a corner. Finlay White crossed the ball into the box and Bradford ran on to send it into the net in the eighth minute.

Banchory pressed Lewis back into their own half and Oliver Allan shot from wide to the left but the ball was caught by Lewis United goalkeeper, Callum Duncan.

Rintoul made another blistering break for the home side and lured Banchory goalkeeper, Jenson Rhodes, from the goal but he fired his shot from twenty yards just wide. As Lewis continued to exert pressure, they were awarded a free kick five yards into their own half but Jack Youngson sent the ball wide.

Allan linked with Keon Hay and Conor Sibson to press forward for the visitors. Sibson shot from inside the box but Duncan pushed it wide. From the ensuing corner, Allan crossed the ball into the box but Brett Findlay flicked it onto the crossbar.

Lewis United pressed again and in the twenty-second minute Youngson fed Pasziewicz the ball in the box, and he tapped it home to extend his side’s lead.

Banchory tried to respond through Hay and Findlay but it was Rintoul who made another break down the wing for the home side and sent it into the box for Pasziewicz who fired it into the net in the twenty-fourth minute.

The visitors did not let their heads go down, and pressed Lewis back to earn a corner. Kane Berry crossed the ball into the box and Allan flicked it into the net to get his side on the score sheet in the twenty-seventh minute.

Banchory continued to press, with Sibson driving forward but his shot from wide to the right was pushed wide by Duncan. From the corner, Berry crossed the ball into the box but Duncan cleared it off the line.

Lewis put the pressure on through Rintoul and earned a corner when he was taken down in the box. He stepped up to take the penalty and sent the ball straight into the back of the net in the thirtieth minute.

However Banchory were to have the last say of the half. They drove the ball up field with a team movement and earned a corner. Allan crossed the ball into the box and Morgan Matthew ran on to send it in in the thirty-fourth minute. 

  • Half Time:
  • Lewis United Youth
  • 4-2
  • Banchory Boys

As the second half got underway, Rintoul shot from wide to the left but the ball was caught by Banchory’s subbed goalkeeper, Callum Welch. However in the thirty-eighth minute Rintoul jinked the defence and fed Pasziewicz who sent the ball into the back of the net to extend his side’s lead.

Sibson made a break down the wing for the visitors but White swept in to clear before he could make a shot. Banchory then showed some impressive interplay but Matthew’s shot from twenty-five yards was pushed wide by Lewis’ subbed goalkeeper, Mason Moir. Berry stepped up to take the corner, crossing the ball into the box where it ricocheted off of Moir and into the net in the forty-fourth minute.

Lewis United looked to respond and Kai Crawford put the ball through for Pasziewicz but he sent his shot from the edge of the box wide. 

The home side were awarded a free kick at twenty-five yards and wide to the left. Youngson sent the ball into the box which Pasziewicz ran on to but the ball was smothered by Welch.

Banchory continued to create chances of their own and Hay shot from thirty yards but it was pushed wide by Moir.

Pasziewicz then made a blistering run from his own half, weaving through the defence and sending the ball into the back of the net in the sixty-third minute. 

Banchory created one last chance with more interchanging passes in a team movement. Cammie Strachan shot from twenty-eight yards but Moir caught the ball to deny the visitors their chance. 

  • Full Time:
  • Lewis United Youth
  • 6-3
  • Banchory Boys

Lineups

Lewis United Youth
Banchory Boys
1. Callum Duncan
2. Harris Fyfe
3. Fraser Spence
4. Kai Crawford
6. Brunon Pasziewicz
7. Jack Youngson
8. Jaydan Bradford
9. Raegan Rintoul
10. Jamie Evans
11. Tristan Armstrong
12. Eti Kemp
16. Harvey Clark
17. Sam Griffin
18. Finlay White
19. Kian Guyan
21. Mason Moir
1. Jenson Rhodes
3. Scott Hector
5. Kane Berry
7. Thomas Ramsay
8. Keon Hay
9. Oliver Allan
10. Morgan Matthew
12. Brett Findlay
14. Archie Crichton
17. Daniel Geddes
18. Conor Sibson
19. Hugo Bull
20. Jamie Liversidge
21. Callum Welch
22. Fraser Fotheringham
23. Cammie Strachan
Star Player
Lewis United Youth
Banchory Boys
Brunon Pasciewicz had a fantastic game and hit the target four times for his side. However Raegan Rintoul was also a prominent attacking figure, making several breaks and creating chances for himself and his teammates.
Oliver Allan had an impressive game and often threatened the Lewis goal, linking well with Morgan Matthew and Brett Findlay to exert Lewis' defence and create chances.
Magic Moment
Lewis United Youth
Banchory Boys
Lewis' goals in the twenty-second and twenty-fourth minute were both well worked, and their quick pace and impressive interplay allowed them to put the pressure Banchory, and come away with goals.
Banchory showed how dangerous they could be in attack midway through the first half. Some impressive interplay from Hay, Allan and Sibson created an opening which tested Duncan in goal. Findlay then hit the crossbar when the ball came in from the corner. However they had shown what they were capable of and they continued to create chances like these throughout the game.
Club Views
Lewis United Youth
Banchory Boys
I spoke with David Duncan, one of the coaches of Lewis United Youth, who said, "I think in the first five or ten minute, we were very lackadaisical- a bit slow in getting off the mark. The first goal settled us a little bit, then we went 2-0 up and got back into the game. I felt sorry for Banchory because a couple of decisions went against them. We capitalised on a couple of mistakes that they made, and they capitalised on two or three mistakes that we made. All in all, we worked hard and we're happy with the performance." On their aims for the rest of the season, he said, "Our main aim is to finish in the top four. Anything else that comes along the way- a nice cup run or a trophy at the end of the season- would be a bonus but our main aim is a top four finish."
Manager of Banchory, Craig Matthew, said, "I'm disappointed with the result but the boys played well."
  • Match report and photos copyright Youth Football Scotland.
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