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Under 16s

 

U15's 2016/2017 Season

Team Training Jackets sponsored by Woodston cycles ltd Peterborough.

   

Stamford AFC Under 15 on Winning the League

Match Report Against Oundle

Yesterday on the 21/5/17 Stamford AFC under 15 won division 2 and celebrated with joy after a narrow 3-2 defeat to rivals Oundle however with that being their only 2nd defeat of the season and finishing on a staggering 56 points to finish 1st the captain Liam Taylor raised the trophy and signified who the champions of Division 2 are. The high paced game was hard to officiate and therefore meant debateable decisions were made which led to a crucial turning point for Oundle and their way back into the game. 5 minutes or so had passed and Stamford AFC was already in the lead due to a deadly free kick whipped in by Harvey Oxford and ended up in the bottom right corner leaving the keeper stunned. Suddenly 10 minutes later an over the top through ball was played by Oundle but was collected by Stamford’s keeper Max Peverell (who has astonishing potential) in two hands, however because of the lack of qualities the referee portrayed; the striker got away with scoring a goal from kicking the ball out of the keepers hands.20 minutes had passed and the first half was concluded at 1-1 with both teams bewildered how the scoreline was equal. As the whistle signalled the start of the second half Stamford were caught out and 5 minutes later it was 3-1 oundle shocking and bamboozling the entire crowd, now Stamford were really pushing for a goal and succeed as 10 minutes after Oundle’s lead was tripled, Stamford’s top goal scorer (Rory Guille) netted his 28th goal of the season.

The squad collected their reward for winning the league with Silver Cup presentation from League Representatives.

 

Squad: 

 

Searaj Abuzoda

Reuben Cox

Ethan Ellison

Mitchell Gorman

 

 

Rory Guille

Jamie Johnstone

Ishan Limbukhim

 

 

 

Callum Noble

Harvey Oxford

Max Peverell

James Pollard

 

 

Jack Richardson

Liam Taylor

Brandon Williams

Jack Wilson

 Unfortunately Diogo Monteiro was ill and was not able to collect his medal.

 

 

U14's 2015/2016 Season

 

Congratulations to our u14's side on finishing Division 3 as Champions

 

Manager:- Andy Noble

Coaches:- Giles "Stampy" Lawrence & Nathan Foster

Squad: Searaj Abuzoda, Daniel Bristow, Billy Campbell, Cai Coe, Reuben Cox, Mitchell Gorman, Rory Guille, Sam Halsall, Eliot Johnson, Rory MacLennan, Callum Noble, Harvey Oxford, Jack Richardson, Liam Taylor, James Tyers, Jack Wilson

 

 

Sunday 24th April

End Of Season Party

Photo's from the day are available HERE

 

Sunday 17th April

Bourne Red 3-5 Stamford u14's

Goals from Rory Guille (2), Jack Richardson, Searaj Abuzoda and a Liam Taylor enough for Stamford u14's to finish their Championship winning season with a win.

The lads (and parents!!) are looking forward to their End-Of-Season party at Borderville on 24th April....

Photos of the post match celebrations are available HERE

 

Under 14's visit St. George's Park

On the 6th of April the Stamford Young Daniels u14s visited St George's Park - The home of England football, where they had a guided tour of the "state of the art" facilities, and took part in a FA 2 hour training session.

Whilst there they got to see some of the England Ladies Team Training and the Nike Academy Cup, and games.

The boys all had a fantastic and memorable day - which they are all still talking about.

Special thanks to Stamford Royal British Legion for allowing the under 14s use of their mini bus and Kev Plant our driver for the day.

Photos of the day are available HERE and 4 videos are available HERE

 

Thursday 11th February 2016

Stamford donate shirts to Africa

Stamford AFC have handed over a set of old football shirts to Stamford couple Andrew and Moira Bell to donate to an African team.

The couple head off to Africa this week and will pass the kits over to a local football team.

Pictured are Mitchell Gorman (left) and Callum Noble (right) from the Stamford Under 14s side handing the kit over to Andrew and Moira.

More to follow when Andrew and Moira return

Sunday 13th December

Stamford u14's played on the 3g surface for the 1st time this season - and beat Riverside 4-1.

After the game, the parents and boys went upstairs into the function room at Borderville, having a raffle and everyone having fun.

Thanks to Andy and Stampy from all the boys.

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