Aylesbury Vale Dynamos Under 18s play their last ever home game
Round-up by Iain Willcocks
The U18's played their last ever home game at the weekend, many of the players having been with the club since U7's. It was a fitting send off as they romped to an 8-0 victory against Beaconsfield. Ollie Moyles (2), Harry Friend (2), Liam Winders, Kieran Best, Lewis Toon and an own goal sealing the comfortable victory. The club wishes them well in the future and hopefully some will stay on in the new Development team.
The U16's Youth were surprisingly beaten by Stokenchurch as they struggle to get a result after the lockdown, losing 2-1 in the end.
The U14's Dynamos kept their strong season going with an emphatic 7-0 win over Hughenden Valley and the U14's Youth are also hitting form with a good 4-1 win away at Burnham Juniors Leopards. The goals coming from Noah Chaplin-Stephens, Daniel Shannon-Yeandle, Kailen Grant and Rohan Naik.
The U14's Colts had a tight match on the main stadium pitch losing 1-0 to Chesham United.
In the U13's Division 1, top team Taplow Utd visited Haywood Way and came up against the U13's Dynamos team in brilliant form. The league leaders were undone 8-1 by the impressive Dynamos team.
The U13's Youth team travelled away to Burnham Juniors on Sunday. The performance was one of their best all season with passing and possession ensuring they came home with the 3 points. "Effort at training paid off and wonderful quick, short passing were evident. Andy Sims and ROb Judge are really proud of the overall play by the whole team as they continue to develop.
In a strange match where there was a clear gap as the U13's Colts won 16-3 against Aylesbury United.
The U12's Dynamos were back to winning ways with a decent 5-3 victory over Chesham Athletic. A hat-trick from Emmanuel including a thunderous strike from outside the area and 2 goals from the impressive Saif sealing the match.
The U12's Colts also had another great result with an 8-1 win over Haddenham. No stopping this team at the moment with a superb all round performance. Kain also grabbed a hat-trick.
The U11's had a mixed bag of results with victories for the Dynamos and Colts teams. The Youth and Athletic both losing close games.
The U10's lost 3 out of 4 games in their matches but some good performances still on the pitch.
Finally, both U8's matches produced a number of goals with the Dynamos scoring 8 goals in their matches and the Youth team going one better with 9 goals.