Lepton are hit for six by rampant McCrick

Brighouse Sports U13s unveiled their new kit for the start of the season this past weekend.
Brighouse Sports U13s unveiled their new kit for the start of the season this past weekend.

Lepton B 4

Brighouse Juniors B 10

Brighouse took a fifth-minute lead when Jamie McCrink raced on to a Sam Lock through ball to fire home, although the lead only lasted four minutes.

From a Barney Garside, corner Brighouse again took the lead through Joseph Moore. although Lepton soone levelled again.

McCrink made it 3-2 following good work by Will Bakes, who doubled his side’s advantage after being played in a superb pass from Benoit Deadman.

After the break, Lucas Breton impressed in midfield and set up two chances for McCrink to give the visitors a 6-2 lead.

Lepton pulled a goal back quickly, but good work by the midfield duo of George Delahunty and Tom Dawson ensured Brighouse remained on top.

Breton went close twice before McCrink scored his fifth and sixth goals of the morning to make it 8-3.

A ninth followed when, following a flowing move involving Alistair Roberts, Bakes, Breton and McCrink, Garside coolly chipped the advancing goalkeeper.

Brighouse goalkeeper Thomas Adamthwaite twice denied Lepton before he was eventually beaten to make it 9-4, Moore completing the scoring shortly after with his second of the game.

n Brighouse Sports Under-16s A got off to a flying start with an emphatic 10-2 win over Ovenden West Riding.

Two goals each from Owen Murphy and Tom Gomersal, and a further goal from George Aspinall gave the home side a 5-1 half-time lead.

Ovenden claimed a further goal in the second half, while Murphy put another two past the Ovenden keeper. Two goals for Charlie Wood and another for Aspinall completed the scoring.

n A convincing 7-3 win over Bradford Park Avenue gave Brighouse Under-13s a great start to the season with .

Luke Smith and Adam Swallow were on target for Brighouse, but Park Avenue twice levelled.

After the break, Smith added his second with further strikes coming from Silas Ennis, Swallow, Ben Brearley and Tarun Rodway-Anand.