TNS under 16’s beat Rakers FC under 16’s 5–0 thanks to goals from Tom Birch, Callum Graybrook, Lewis Evans, Joe Walsh and Harrison Millington.
It was a great team performance with stand out performances from newly signed Callum Graybrook who scored a terrific goal. There were also wonderful performances from Andy Wycherley and Antoni Sarnowski.
Steve Benyon was delighted with his team and said, ‘It was a very good workout for the boys against a very physical team, with excellent performances all through the team. The boys played some fantastic high tempo football with great combination play and we just need to work on movement and interchanging between positions.’
The team that started the game was Andy Wycherley, Matt Perry, Ryan Tyrer, Jack Bates, Ross Tyler, Joe Walsh, Matt Bainbridge, Callum Graybrook, Tom Birch, Sam Gostage and Lewis Evans.
On the bench were Antoni Sarnowski, George Minshall, Greg Evans, Lee Killen, Harrison Millington and Leighton Tierney.
Meanwhile, TNS Under 14’s beat Colwyn Bay 6-2 after goal from Rob Reynolds, a brace from Ross Hardy and a hat-trick from Ricky Williams.
Colwyn Bay started the brighter of the teams and raced into two goal advantage after only fifteen minutes. However, The young Saints started to relax and within five minutes Hardy found himself through on goal and slotted the ball into the bottom corner. The goal inspired his team and moments later he scored the equaliser.
Steve Monk’s side came out for the second half on fire and scored another four goals including a wonderful hat-trick from Williams.
Steve Monk and Craig Williams were very happy with the way the lads performed and said, ‘They have worked really hard in training and we are starting to play in the right way, with at least three of our goals starting with us being patient and building from the back.’
The TNS team was Kai Hilditch-Roberts, Aron Jones, Zak Dobie, Jamie Monk, Billy Minshall, Sam Postle, Taps Kamatusa, Rob Reynolds, James Lloyd, Ross Hardy, Ricky William, Ifan Roberts, Osian Morris and Scott Williams.