UTTOXETER Juniors under-14 clicked into gear at Oldfields to register a resounding 5-0 win against Branston.
Jack Scallan set the standard with a superb shot into the roof of the net inside the first five minutes.
Will Hepburn set up the second which was finished in some style as Corey McLaughlin nutmegged his marker before curling a shot round the Branston goalkeeper.
After the break, McLaughlin turned provider for Thomas Dee to score with a right-foot shot.
Jordan Hickey made it 4-0 with a shot into the roof of the net and Dee rounded off the scoring with his second of the game.
McLaughlin was named Uttoxeter man of the match.
ROCESTER under-13s had plenty to be hopeful about after two good performances as they played host to last season’s league champions Hilton Harriers.
But after holding their own from for three quarters of the match, they went down 7-0 in a late flood of goals.
Defensive mistakes and a failure to keep possession close to their own area were the Romans undoing, while at the other end promising attacks just failed to deliver the key pass to create any clear goalscoring chance.
Only 2-0 down at half time, the home side were still in the game and started the second half strongly.
Joshua Berry broke down the left and his cross was met by Joshua Ede, whose shot was well saved by the foot of the Harrriers keeper.
That proved to be Rocester’s best chance and Hilton dominated the rest of the match.
Man of the match was Jamie Hartley.
Uttoxeter juniors under-11s maintained their flying start to the season by hammering Hilton Harriers Sparks 7-0 at St George’s Park.
An early Oliver Collins goal set the ball rolling and a with Ben Anwar hat-trick left the Hilton defence in disarray.
Uttoxeter free-kick specialist Alex Brain also went closewhen he rattled the crossbar.
The pattern was repeated in the second half with two goals from Morgan Edwards, while substitute Nicholas Jakes also got in on the act.
Goalkeeper Cassius O’toole pulled off some great saves as Uttoxeter maintained their 100 per cent start to climb into second place in Division Four of the Burton Junior League.
Uttoxeter juniors Black under-11 suffered ther first defeat as a much improved Rocester ran out 2-1 winners.
Blacks controlled the match for long periods but lacked a cutting edge against a well organised Rocester defence.
Rocester took the lead from a corner which was headed clear by Rhys Davies only for Owen Gregory of Rocester to score with a looping shot.
In the second half, Harry Evans was denied by the crossbar but was not to denied when he converted Bradley Cope’s cross from 10 yards.
However, Alfie Bednall made no mistake from a free-kick to give Rocester the three points.
Uttoxeter juniors Grey under-11 conceded six goals for the second game running in a one-sided encounter against Marlborough Rovers.
Greys showed some good early form and good touches by Jay Hughes Ratcliffe and Sean Heathcock created several breaks, which just lacked the end product.
SKIPPER Robbie Charlesworth inspired Uttoxeter Juniors White under-10 to a 2-0 victory over Hilton Harriers Flyers .
The captain lead by example working hard in defence and attack and Juniors were also thankful new goalkeeper Conlon Newton-Taylor for helping them to keep their first clean sheet of the season.
However, Marlborough grew in stature and were two goals to the good by half time.
Uttoxeter needed a strong start to the second half but instead were once again caught ball watching and admiring the opposition’s play as they put the result beyond doubt.
Juniors came storming out the blocks nearly taking an early lead through Owen Watson narrowly firing wide.
Chandler Davies did give Juniors the lead after 10 minutes when he made no mistake from five yards.
Harriers started to find some momentum but James Wright doubled Juniors lead with a shot from a tight angle.
AFTER an impressive first-half performance, Rocester Juniors Blue under-10 surrendered the lead on their way to a 2-1 defeat by TS Sports.
Rocester went in front when a throw-in found Nathan Winstanley whose run and quick pass allowed Oliver Owen to slot the ball home.
Liam Fletcher almost doubled the lead but half-time changes by TS paid dividends.
A first-time shot quickly levelled the scores and minute later they went in front with a tap-in after a shot had rebounded off the woodwork.
Rocester tried to fight their way back into the game but were frustrated by a much-improved defensive display by their opponents.
Rocester’s man of the match was Conor O’Sullivan.