No surprise results in junior soccer finals

L-R Will Carter, Tyler McHenry, Declan Pyke and Billy Pitts.

L-R Will Carter, Tyler McHenry, Declan Pyke and Billy Pitts.

JETSONS have defeated Flintstones to win the championship that was rightfully theirs in the under sixteen indoor soccer competition.

Jetsons were the ladder leaders for most of the season so it was no surprise that they sealed their win.

Flintstones had earnt the right to play off for the title, but went down 9-4.

Tyler McHenry scored six goals while his teammates Declan Pyke, Billy Pitts and Will Carter each scored one.

For Flintstones, Nick Pitts and Riley Rathgeber each kicked two, but they needed more support.

Jedd Fox took out the most valuable player for the season with Tyler McHenry winning the golden boot on 52 goals and Nathan Hateley the rising star.

It was a similar story in the under 13s with top placed Anchorboys never really being challenged.

Anchorboys got out to an early lead and were able to hang on, winning five goals to one over Boys in Black.

Bailey Hosemans found the back of the net on three occasions, seeing him as the most prolific scorer with Noah Lyons chipping in with two.

For the Boys in Black Logan Dean was the one to kick their only goal.

Dean also secured the Golden Boot award for his 41 goals throughout the season.

Cameron Wickham was the rising star and Bailey Hosemans the most valuable player.

It was a round robin format in the under nines.

Under 13 Anchorboys Lachy Dalkin, Jarli Blackmore, Bailey Hosemans, Spencer Faulkner and Noah Lyons.

Under 13 Anchorboys Lachy Dalkin, Jarli Blackmore, Bailey Hosemans, Spencer Faulkner and Noah Lyons.

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