No Ard luck story as Carniny Youth under-11s return to winning ways

Carniny Under 15's Jack Kelly in action during Saturday's game with Cookstown Youth at Ballymena Showgrounds. INBT 12-194CS

Carniny Under 15's Jack Kelly in action during Saturday's game with Cookstown Youth at Ballymena Showgrounds. INBT 12-194CS

Carniny Youth Under 11s were back to winning ways last weekend with a 6-3 win over Ards Rangers in the Lisburn League.

The Under 13s also cam out tops in their south Belfast Youth League game against Carryduff Colts with a 2-1 win.

Carniny Under 15's A Woodin in action during Saturday's game with Cookstown Youth at Ballymena Showgrounds. INBT 12-193CS

Carniny Under 15's A Woodin in action during Saturday's game with Cookstown Youth at Ballymena Showgrounds. INBT 12-193CS

In the NWCDYL the U9 and 10s both lost their games whilst the same fate met the two U12 teams in the Lisburn League. The 14s, 15 and 19s all lost their respective games.

UNDER-9

Carniny Youth 2, Maiden City 5: Carniny were two goals down inside 10 minutes before pulling one back through a powerful shot from distance by Adam Wharry and the boys from Carniny drew level a short time later following a fine individual run and finish from Callum McDonald after switching the keeper jersey with Harry Lamont.

Carniny were unlucky to fall behind before the break and two second half goals gave the scoreline a flattering look.

Carniny Under 15's T Patchett in action during Saturday's game with Cookstown Youth at Ballymena Showgrounds. INBT 12-195CS

Carniny Under 15's T Patchett in action during Saturday's game with Cookstown Youth at Ballymena Showgrounds. INBT 12-195CS

Carniny: R Burnett, B Wylie, Callum McDonald, Z McAtamney, C Gregg, A Wharry, H Lamont.

Carniny’s other under-9 team were in small-sided games action in Ballymena where they cotninued their footballing development.

Carniny: Jamie Allen, Daniel McKane, Matthew Turtle, Grace Campbell, Josh Kennedy, Kyal Rainey, Callum King , Evan Andrews

UNDER-10

Carniny Youth 2, Limavady Youth 4: Carniny took the lead through McPeake but then conceded four goals within a 17 minute spell, before Clarke got a second goal back just seconds from the end.

Carniny: McCorriston, Young, Clarke, J.Wylie, T.Wylie, McPeake, Bell, McKendry.

UNDER-11

Carniny Youth 6, Ards Rangers 3: Carniny came out of top in a high-scoring game thanks to goals from Jack Kennedy (3), Anthony Greer (2) and Cormac McMullan.

Carniny: Strange, Douglas, Murray, Greer, K McMullan, Magee, C McMullan, Kennedy, Scott, Thomson

UNDER-12

Results: Carniny Youth 0, Lurgan 4; Carniny Youth 3, Northend United 5.

UNDER-13

Carniny Youth 2, Carryduff 1: Carniny fell a goal behind but responded when Logan raced onto a through ball from McAuley who brilliantly lobbed the advancing keeper from 20 yards.

On 40 minutes Carniny scored the winner when a corner was swung in from Clarke it fell to McMullan who smashed the ball into the net. Carniny: Telford, D Johnston, Reid, McMullan, Kerr, Gregg, Young, Clarke, Pogue, McAuley, Logan, Knowles, Kearney.

UNDER-14

Carniny Youth 1, Glentoran 4: Carniny went ahead when Lynn turned home Butler’s shot-cum-cross at the back post but the Glens levelled from the penalty spot and they went on to score three more goals.

Carniny; McNicholl, Holland, Simpson, Young, Groocock , Devlin, Butler, Lynn, Magee, Mooney , Hunter, Robinson and Hamilton

UNDER-15

Carniny Youth 1, Cookstown Youth 4: An injury-ravaged Carniny were up against it and the bets the Ballymena boys could manage was a goal from Gaynor.

Carniny: Fry, McDonald, Brady, Fleming, Oueslati, Patchett, Woodin, Campbell, Kelly, O’Boyle, Shaw, Gaynor.

NIFL YOUTH LEAGUE

Carniny Youth 2, Knockbreda 4: Carniny were two goals adrift before Doherty split the home defence and Agnew finished well into the far corner. The Belfast side scored twice more to put the outcome beyond doubt before Carniny were awarded a last minute penlty which Agnew scored.

Carniny: Shannon, Calderwood, Jaworski, McCann, McComb, Armstrong, Price, McVeigh, Agnew, McDonnell, Doherty, Hull