Goals galore as Aylesbury Vale Dynamos' youth football resumes

Round-up by Iain Willcocks
Under 15s Dynamos goalscorer Callum Hall in action at the weekendUnder 15s Dynamos goalscorer Callum Hall in action at the weekend
Under 15s Dynamos goalscorer Callum Hall in action at the weekend


Youth football also got back underway and it was great to see so many young players taking to the field again after a few months of not being allowed to play.

AVDFC U18's were up against table toppers, Bellingdon Saints, and caused an upset, beating them 5-2 and putting Dynamos 4 points off the top spot themselves in a tight division.

Luca Van Danzig, U15's Dynamos Captain   (Pictures by Iain Willcocks)Luca Van Danzig, U15's Dynamos Captain   (Pictures by Iain Willcocks)
Luca Van Danzig, U15's Dynamos Captain (Pictures by Iain Willcocks)

The U17's didn't fare so well as unbeaten AFC Lightning won 7-1 to remain top.

The U16's Dynamos team also lost to a resolute Berkhamsted team by 4-1.

Our U15's Dynamos team were on the main stadium pitch against Ruislip Rangers and recorded a 1-1 draw with them. New signing Bobby Heal the architect with a ball over the top, Owen Broughton headed it on to Callum Hall who scored with a low shot past the keeper.

The Youth team in U15's also got a well deserved draw, away to Crendon Corinthians.

It seemed as though draws were the order of the day as the U14's Dynamos also got a 1-1 draw against a decent Langley FC team.

Andy Collins U14's Colts team kept their impressive season going with a hard fought 4-2 victory away at Hughenden Hawks. With some more clinical finishing, it could have been more...

Fresh from a tournament runners up medal on Saturday, the U13's Athletic players were clearly suffering as they were defeated 6-1 by Marlow Youth. However, the U13's Colts recorded a huge 19-0 victory against a depleted FC Holyport team who could only field 9 players.

The U12's Colts found themselves 3-0 down at half time against Beaconsfield Eagles, but an inspired team talk saw them turn things around in the second half. Two goals from Ryley and another goal from Harrison made the score 3-3 with a minute to go. Then, up stepped Nyasha with the winning goal from almost the final kick to give Dynamos a 4-3 victory. A great team effort to keep their heads up and getting the victory.

Our 4 U11's team were all in action with the Dynamos team playing some awesome football to win 6-0 against Explorers.

The U11's Youth team went 3-1 up, but ended up drawing 3-3 in their match against Hughenden Valley. Manager Martyn Jones was still happy with the result despite the last minute penalty being the equaliser for Hughenden.

The U11's Colts won 2-1 against a good Flackwell Heath team and the U11's Athletic team lost to Prestwood in their game.

The U10's Dynamos teams had a variety of scores with Stefan Ziolkowski's team getting a 0-0 draw and a hugely impressive 7-0 win against Hazlemere. Graham Gouldings Dynamos team won with a 5-1 scoreline but lost their other game 4-1.

The U8's Dynamos team played Holmer Green with a 2-1 victory and a 2-1 loss as the results.

Finally the U8's Youth, playing at Haywood Way pitches, had a tough first encounter back. Benny Orlandi's team sneaked a 2-1 win, and a then lost a tight game 4-3 against Wendover.

The other team lost 5-1 and 3-0 against the same Wendover team.

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos are also welcoming all U6's (Year 1 children) to come along to the club at Haywood Way and have free training sessions with Coach Kieron every Saturday at 10-11am.

The Aylesbury Vale Dynamos adult team in the North Bucks League recorded an impressive 5-1 win against Clean Slate in the Premier Division, moving them up to 5th place.

The ADL team also won with a 3-1 win away at Thame with goals from Ricky Gwilliam, Dan O'Sullivan and Staurt Proctor. They are joint top of the Division now.

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