Bingham keeper is cup hero
BINGHAM Town won an exciting U16 Saturday KO Cup match against Beeston Centurions, going through to the quarter-finals following a penalty shoot-out.
Bingham were the first to come to terms with the conditions and moved to a 2-0 lead and had several opportunities to increase the score.
Beeston started to come back into the game and got a much deserved goal before half time.
In the second half it was Beeston who took control of the game early on and equalised quickly after the start and then moved to 3-2 after consistent pressure.
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Bingham rallied and pulled level which led to a tense last period, with both teams having chances to take the game.
Extra-time saw opportunities for both teams with some end-to-end play but the stalemate continued to the end.
The Bingham keeper made a good save to stop the first penalty, befre scoring the last kick himself to clinch the game.
Rhys Edwards and Kurtis Allsop gave Hucknall Town Harriers a 2-1 advantage at the half-way stage at Toton FC.
But the home side took control after the break, Callum Faulkner completing his hat-trick as Toton ran out 5-2 winners.
Ruddington Colts stayed on level terms with Carlton Town Yellow during the first half as both teams scored once. But there was no stopping Carlton in the second half as they strode to a 5-1 victory, Colby Bishop scoring three.
Four goals in each half gave Bestwood Park Rangers passage into the next round at the expense of a competent West Bridgford Wolves side.
Luis Bastos was the top marksman for Rangers with three goals, while David Evans and James Riffatt were on target for Wolves.
Arnold Town Blue scored three without reply against egasus Youth Blue. Sean Craven, Dylan Wallace and Harry Milne all scored.
Ravenshead Reds took the lead at Hucknall Sports Red, but it was the home side that tasted victory as they fought back to win 4-2.
Southwell City won by a similar scoreline at Radcliffe Olympic. The teams finished the first half on level terms, City easing their way to victory with two from Alex Bond.
Quarter-finals draw: Southwell City v Bingham Town, Toton FC v Carlton Town Yellow, Arnold Town Blue v Hucknall Sports Red. Matches to be played on Saturday December 8 (1:15).
A DEAN Wykes brace and one from Harry Simpson gave West Bridgford a 3-1 half-time lead against Toton FC in the U15 Saturday KO Cup.
The visitors worked their way back into the match and by full time were level at 3-3, but a last-minute extra-time goal gave Toton victory.
When Gedling Southbank Blue met Carlton Town both teams boasted 100 per cent records in the league and, as expected of two high-riding teams, this cup match was a thriller from start to finish.
Town struck first, taking a two-goal lead in the first half before Gedling hit back to be on level terms at 2-2 at the end of normal time.
Extra time ensued and it was Gedling who maintained their proud record with a 4-3 result. Alex Rae got two of the goals.
After going a goal down at Keyworth United Black, Dunkirk Colts reversed fortunes as Keaton Matharu and Matthew Mortimer-Beeston scored to give them a 2-1 win.
An Ashton Morgan goal was sufficient to give Pegasus Youth Boncos victory at Cotgrave and put them into the last eight.
Second Division Rolls Royce went in search of a giant-killing act as they entertained Division One outfit Southwell City.
Rolls found their opponents in top form and were four goals down by half time.
That was despite some great defending by the side's back four of Adam Corah, Ryan Turton, Dom Hayes and Nick Wains.
Southwell's James King was in clinical form in front of goal, finishing with a personal tally of six goals to help his side into the next round.
Carlton FC recorded their best win of the season with a 7-0 result against West Bridgford Eagles. Tom Sissons bagged three, with Harry Rhodes adding two more.
Clayton Turner scored four and Munashe Musvaburi grabbed a hat-trick as AFC Vernon proved too experienced for Gedling Southbank Red
Gotham Rangers had a comfortable passage as man-of-the-match Tim Berridge rattled in four goals at Wollaton Hall Green.
Wollaton had restricted Rangers to just three goals in the first half, but then Rangers' greater strength and stamina was evident as they took control of the game.
Quarter-final draw: AFC Vernon White v Pegasus Youth Broncos, Gedling Southbank blue v Gotham Rangers, Toton FC v Dunkirk Colts, Carlton FC v Southwell City. Matches to be played on Saturday December 8 (1:15).