Congratulations to the Cray Wanderers U12s Piranhas who in their first season as a Cray Wanderers side are Selkent League A Division champions. Frankie Windsor’s side beat Erith Town 4-0 on Sunday at John Roan Playing Fields to clinch the title in some style. They enjoyed a very consistent season and after losing their first game have been unbeaten in the league since with still one more match to play.
They now are on the verge of a double as they are in the Selkent Cup Final against Dulwich Village on 5th May. Well done to all the players and coaches on a tremendous achievement.
This makes the U12s Piranhas the second confirmed champions for Cray Wanderers youth this season with the U13s Lions already crowned U13s B Yellow Division Champs.
In the Kent Youth League, the U13s are still in with a shout of winning the Central Division title after a hard fought 2-0 victory at home to Chatham Town. After a goalless first half, two second half goals from Frankie Macioca and a Tommy Franklen penalty gives Cray a four point lead at the top on 39 points. Whyteleafe in 2nd place cannot catch them as one game left to Cray’s two but Kent Football United on 33 points have 4 games left. The two sides meet in what could be a title decider on May 12th at Queen Mary’s University of London Sports ground in Chislehurst.
The U16s who are second in the North Division didn’t have a league game this weekend but played a home friendly game against an U18s side AES Academy and won 5-1.
The U14s who haven’t played for a few weeks were beaten 1-8 at Central Division Champions, Thamesmead Town.
In the Selkent League, the U13s Sharks who have finished their fixtures in the U13A Division were in Selkent shield action and drew 3-3 at Dulwich Village Black. Cray lead the Division by 2 points but FC Tempo have a couple of games in hand.
The Cray Wanderers U14s were beaten 1-4 at league leaders Athenlay in the U14B Yellow Division. The Cray Wanderers U12s Sharks in the U12s C Division lost 0-4 at Eltham Lions although were depleted to 7 players.
The U7s have had an excellent first season and lost 2-1 and won 3-0 in their two games against Kent Football United. The Cray Wanderers U10s Lions won 4-1 at home to Swanley Black in the U10s C Blue Division while the U10s lost 3-7 at Baldon Sports.
Well done to all our teams who played on Sunday and we thank the coaches and players and we are proud of all our youth teams.