Crawley Town Girls U12s 12 Eastbourne Girls U12s 2
Megan Hoare levelled on the rebound after Wasps trailed 1-0.
Emily Spooner then got two quick goals to put them 3-1 up. Eastbourne got a goal back making it 3-2.
Yasmin Goldfinch scored her first goal for the club. Emily grabbed her hat-trick and her fourth within 15 minutes.
Yasmin then got her second and third goals in style. Brooke Helsdown then joined the scoresheet making it 9-2 at half-time 9-2.
Shona Starks curled a corner into the net, Emily then grabbed her fifth, Yasmin then scored the final goal, giving her four.
Crawley Town Boys U12 5
Worthing Town U12 2
Theo Likaj headed in an equaliser after Worthing took the lead.
Worthing Town were able to nip in and put them 2-1 up, Jay Popham soon evened the scores at 2-2.
Joe Green gave Crawley the lead at 3-2, The second half it was all one-way traffic as Jay fired the ball into the top corner, score 4-2.
A great goal from Jasper Sylvester, the score finished 5-2 to Crawley Town Boys.
Crawley Wasps ran riot over Horsham Sparrows on Sunday winning 12-1.
Wasps were in control from the start as Horsham struggled with Wasps movement and superior quality.
Amy Perry scored six, Josie Stannard four plus a goal each for Yasmin Church and Abby Allen.
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Three Bridges FC reports
Bridges’ Under-14s Surrey League team gained an emphatic 8-1 home win against CB Hounslow Utd.
A bad day for the Sussex Sunday Under-15 team as they drop to the bottom of Division One on goal difference, after a heavy 7-2 defeat by division leaders ASC Strikers.
Rhys Ash scored a hat-trick with single goals being scored by Bradley Campbell-Francis, George Gunning, Harry Charman, Sayif Ahmed and Younis Ainine.
Curtis Griffin and Charlie Weller scored the goals.
In contrast, the Mid-Sussex League Under-14 Youth team suffered a disastrous 11-0 defeat at home to Hassocks Juniors Bridges Sussex Sunday League Under-13s drew 3-3 with against West Hove Dynamos in Division One. A goal each for Jamie Atkins, Francis Ryan and Connor Jared secured the draw.