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Mini Footbal 2010 - 2011

he foundations for a good club, is its youth section, and Bere Regis youth football club keeps going from strength to strength. This year, the youth section is represented by two teams in the Dorset Mini football leagues; the under 10’s and the Under 8’s, and there is also a large number of under 6’s who at the moment only practice, but it is hoped that we can arrange a few friendly matches for them.

It is unfortunate that due to the size of Bere Regis, we are currently unable to field a team of 11 players in the U12 section, and due to this, six of the lads from Bere’s U11 last season, have now joined Wool & Winfrith U12.


Youth section U10 Section C

U10 Minis (Section C)

Dorset League U10 Section C

POS

 

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Wimborne Town

15

13

1

1

50

40

2

Wareham Rangers

14

10

2

2

38

32

3

Poole Town FC Wessex Rovers

16

10

0

6

46

30

4

Blandford United Reds

16

8

3

5

12

27

5

Bere Regis

16

7

2

7

-6

23

6

Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

15

6

1

8

-22

19

7

Broadstone

16

4

3

9

-35

15

8

Sturminster Marshall

16

1

4

11

-41

7

9

Durweston

14

1

2

11

-42

5


Bere Regis 6  Wool 3

A much improved performance by Bere ended with what seemed like an emphatic victory against local rivals Wool. Luke Selby Grace scored his customary hat-trick against Wool (this time all 3 were in the oppositions net), Oscar Rayner scored with a superbly struck volley, Brad ‘no longer Torres’ Moss, stroke one home, whilst Jacob Hansel capped a fine performance and the man of the match award with a well taken goal.

Blandford Reds 4 Bere Regis 2 

An impressive performance of passing and moving in the second half by the young Bere side, was not rewarded by the result that it deserved. Bere took the lead when some unselfish work by Louis Lamps Moore allowed Oscar Rayner to roll the ball into an empty net, after which Beres defence had a wobbly few minutes as Blandford netted three in as many minutes. Luke Selby Grace replied to give Bere hope, following a slick passing move that started in Beres own penalty box, and despite a number of chances Bere could not get the equalizer they deserved. As Bere pushed forward, they left holes in their defence that not even man of the match Ed Kent could fill, and Blandford scored a late break away goal.

Bere Regis 3 Sturminster Marshall 1 

Another fine display saw Bere comfortable winners although the score line doesn’t reflect that. Man of the match Luke Selby Grace opened the scoring with a neat near post volley which was followed by a couple of super strikes by Bradley Moss and Louis Moore.

Bere Regis 2 Wareham 0 

A real team effort and some fine football resulted in a big win against local rivals Wareham. Bere took the lead through Luke Selby Grace which was doubled when Louis Moore finished neatly by nutmegging the keeper. Beres interchangeable defence of Moss, White, Hamilton, Kent, Goldsack and man of the match ‘Hos’ Bastian stood firm and with some impressive saves by Dan the cat Miller, Bere fully deserved all three points at the final whistle.

Sturminster Marshall 3  Bere Regis 3

An entertaining climax to the season saw Bere take the lead when Luke Selby Grace finished neatly following a strong run through the heart of the Sturminster defence. Sturminster then equalized before Louis Moore put Bere back in front  with a sharp finish before another Bere wobble saw Sturminster equalize and then take the lead. Bere peppered the opposition goal in the second half and it looked like it was going to be one of those games, when Ed ‘I meant that’ Kent took it upon himself with time running out to strike one from his own half that bounced over the keeper to give Bere the equalizer they fully deserved.

An excellent season for the lads, who as a team began to gel nicely towards the end of the season and played some really impressive football, with some outstanding results. Keep up the good work lads and in the words of Arsene Wenger, ‘here’s to next season’.

Bere Regis 1  Poole Town Wessex 5

Bere were beaten by a well drilled Poole team who gave Bere a lesson in positioning and how to pass and move. Luke Selby Grace scored Beres goal mid way through the first half to level the scores but unfortunately that’s as close as Bere came.

Wareham 6  Bere Regis 0

Bere were again undone by a team who showed them how to pass and move and only the heroics of man of the match Dan ‘the cat’ Miller in goal prevented it from being a larger score line.

Bere Regis 2   Wimborne 8

Bere and a number of supporters wished that the elongated winter break had continued a little longer, as torrential rain greeted the players at the rec of dreams for this game. Wimborne took the lead early on but Bere replied with a goal from a diving header from Luke Selby Grace and then took the lead with a goal from Louis’Lamps’ Moore.  Wimborne then rallied with 3 quick goals to lead 2-4 at half time.

Following a half time chat in the dry and warm changing rooms, the conditions worsened during the second half and there were thoughts of calling the RNLI. Despite Wimborne scoring four more goals, all credit to the Bere lads who never gave up and continued to the final whistle.

Oscar Rayner was named Man of the Match for his tireless effort and never give up attitude.

Broadstone 0 Bere Regis 4

An excellent first half display by Bere, laid the foundations for an impressive win and more importantly a clean sheet. Luke Selby Grace settled the Bere nerves with a firm strike before a well worked goal with quick passing bagged him his second and Bere led 2-0 at half time. Goalkeeper Dan ‘the cat miller’ was largely untroubled during the first half and even took to a spot of sunbathing !

With a depleted squad for this game, tiredness took its toll in the second half, but despite a performance not as good as that in the first half, Bere scored two more goals with ‘smiley face’ Luke Selby Grace completing his hat-trick and Oscar Rayner bagging the fourth.

Man of the match went to Lawrence White who didn’t put a foot wrong all afternoon.

Durweston 0 Bere Regis 7

Another excellent display, and once again it was smiley face Luke Selby Grace who settled the nerves and opened the scoring before Torres Moss scored from a perfect cross by Louis Lamps Moore. Jacob Hansell not to be outdone, got in on the act with a deft finish at the near post from a corner to make it 3-0 at half time.

The second half saw two more goals for Torres Moss to complete his hat trick, one from a delightful through ball from Josh Hamilton, whilst Louis Lamps Moore capped a fine display with a sweetly struck goal. However, goal of the game came from a delightfully worked move with a beautiful cross from Oscar ‘ramires’ Rayner, and Ed ‘van der’ Kent finishing crisply at the far post. Yet another clean sheet for dan the cat miller in the Bere goal and his interchangeable defence of Morgan ‘freeman’ Goldsack, Lawrence White, Josh Hamilton and Mossa, whilst  Harry ‘Hos’ Bastian made a solid debut appearance in a defensive role.

Torres Moss not only took home the match ball but the Man of the match award as well for a disciplined performance.

Wareham 2 Bere Regis 3 (Dorset cup)

The U10 must have been watching the Saturday senior side the previous day and performed a remarkable smash and grab against a larger club to go into the next round of the cup. In this most entertaining game, Bradley ‘Torres’ Moss scored a hat trick, but it was the inter-changeable defense of Hamilton, Lar ‘man of the match’ White, Goldsack, Rayner and Kent, shored up by the heroics of Miller in goal, that stood firm under intense bombardment for the last 20 minutes of the game to give Bere their hard fought victory.

Poole Town 4 Bere Regis 0

Bere appeared to be still in the changing rooms for the first half of this game and found themselves 3-0 down at half time. A better performance in the second half saw them create a number of chances but unfortunately conceded one more goal to make the final score 4-0 to their hosts.

Wool 5 Bere Regis 5

Yet another highly entertaining game, that was well worth the admission fee at the turnstiles. Bere took the lead and seemed to be cruising through decent strikes from ‘Torres’ Moss, and Luke Selby Grace. However, Bere then appeared to feel sorry for their opponents and sat back and even scored an own goal, whilst conceding two others for Wool to lead 3-2 at half time.

‘Torres’ Moss then scored following a slick passing move to level the score, before Wool took the lead once again. A well worked corner routine practiced on the training ground the previous day, resulted in Luke Selby Grace equalizing with a deft flick to complete his hat trick (2 in the right end, one own goal !) before little Louis ‘Lamps’ Moore slammed one home to give Bere the lead and what looked like a probable win. But with seconds remaining on the clock, a goal mouth scramble resulted in Wool equalizing with yet another own goal and the game ended a draw.

Wimborne 5 Bere Regis 3

An unlucky start to the season as Bere lost their opening game to a strong Wimborne side. Goals came from midfield dynamos Jacob Hounsell, Luke Selby Grace and target man Bradley Moss, and Bere probably deserved at least a draw.

Bere Regis 5 Broadstone 3

Bere won their first home game of the season, with four goals coming from Bradley ’torres’ Moss and one from Luke Selby Grace, but it was the goalkeeping heroics of Dan ‘the cat’ Miller that laid the foundations for this impressive victory

Bere Regis 8  Durweston   4

Beres winning streak continued in this fantastic game of football, with some stunning goals by both sides. Bradley ‘torres’ Moss continued his impressive scoring record with another 4 goals, whilst Louis ‘Lamps’ Moore capped a fine display by bagging himself 3. Luke Selby Grace completed the goalscoring whilst the defence  This result moves Bere to 2nd in the league.

U10 training Saturday morning 10.15am at Bere Rec

Youth section U8

We have had a very positive start to the season with two good wins and a narrow loss! We hope to sustain the momentum we built up last year, developing the team on the pitch whilst further encouraging parental support and participation, which to date has been excellent.

Due to winning the ‘fair play award at a football tournament, Bere youth teams have been invited to celebrate the opening of the new third generation pitch at Thomas Hardye Leisure Centre which will take place on Saturday 6th November 2010.  On the day there be two coaches from the FA Skills team and a Mini Tournament.
  

Youth section U6

There has been considerable interest in this age group and we are offering a fun, footy and fitness session for 45 minutes prior to the under 8 home games -  i.e. every other week, Patrick Green and a group of parents have offered to lead the training sessions, to date we have had  up to 15 boys and girls participating, we will review the frequency of this training after half term.

An excellent start to the season one and all, keep up the good work and thank you to everybody for their continued commitment and support. New players are always welcome, 


Junior Football Fixtures
Under 8s Section C Fixtures

DATE/ TIME HOME TEAM AWAY TEAM VENUE  
12/09/10 11:00 Bridport Bere Regis Memorial Playing Field, Beaminster  
19/09/10 11:00 Bere Regis Chickerell United Bere Regis Sports Club  
26/09/10 11:00 Dorchester Town Raiders Bere Regis Sandringham Sports Centre  
03/10/10 11:00 Bere Regis Weymouth FC Youth Terras Bere Regis Sports Club  
10/10/10 11:00 Portland United Bere Regis Grove Corner, Portland  
17/10/10 11:00 Bere Regis Weymouth Cougars Bere Regis Sports Club  
24/10/10 11:00 Wool and Winfrith Bere Regis Wool Rec Colliers Lane Wool  
31/10/10 11:00 Bere Regis Wool and Winfrith Bere Regis Sports Club  
07/11/10 11:00 Bere Regis Bridport Bere Regis Sports Club  
14/11/10 11:00 Chickerell United Bere Regis Budmouth Technology College  
28/11/10 11:00 Bere Regis Dorchester Town Raiders Bere Regis Sports Club  
05/12/10 11:00 Weymouth FC Youth Terras Bere Regis Municipal  
12/12/10 11:00 Bere Regis Portland United Bere Regis Sports Club  
09/01/11 11:00 Weymouth Cougars Bere Regis The Marsh

Under 10s Section C Fixtures

DATE/ TIME HOME TEAM AWAY TEAM VENUE  
19/09/10 14:00 Bere Regis Broadstone Bere Regis Sports Club  
26/09/10 14:00 Bere Regis Durweston Bere Regis Sports Club  
10/10/10 14:00 Bere Regis Sturminster Marshall Bere Regis Sports Club  
17/10/10 14:00 Poole Town FC Wessex Rovers Bere Regis Municipal  
24/10/10 14:00 Bere Regis Wareham Rangers Bere Regis Sports Club  
31/10/10 14:00 Wool and Winfrith Phoenix Bere Regis Wool Rec Colliers Lane Wool  
14/11/10 14:00 Bere Regis Blandford United Reds Bere Regis Sports Club  
16/01/11 14:00 Bere Regis Wimborne Town Bere Regis Sports Club  
23/01/11 14:00 Broadstone Bere Regis Plainfield Farm, Broadstone  
30/01/11 14:00 Durweston Bere Regis Durweston Playing Fields  
13/02/11 14:00 Sturminster Marshall Bere Regis Churchill Close, Sturminster Marshall  
20/02/11 14:00 Bere Regis Poole Town FC Wessex Rovers Bere Regis Sports Club  
27/02/11 14:00 Wareham Rangers Bere Regis Sandford Middle School  
06/03/11 14:00 Bere Regis Wool and Winfrith Phoenix Bere Regis Sports Club  
13/03/11 14:00 Blandford United Reds Bere Regis Blandford School

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