Celtic Whites on fire as they put seven past Fairlands Youth

PUBLISHED: 14:46 05 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:08 11 May 2010

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Fairlands Youth 0 Royston Celtic Whites 7 Under-12s Division One JUSTIN Leavers speed, pace and passing made this win easy for Royston. Leavers assisted in four goals and scored one while Rhys Westbury must have thought all his birthdays and Christmases

Fairlands Youth 0 Royston Celtic Whites 7

Under-12s Division One

JUSTIN Leavers' speed, pace and passing made this win easy for Royston.

Leavers assisted in four goals and scored one while Rhys Westbury must have thought all his birthdays and Christmases had come at once with the service he got on his way to a remarkable four goal haul.

Richard Jonas scored one after some hard work and Lorcan George also got on the scoresheet but it must be mentioned that Jack Mills was a rock at the back with good support from Callum Pinner.

Eamon Henderson and Tom McGlynn also had strong games, as did Edwards Atkins who had by far his best performance for Celtic.

Ben Webb and James Rushton worked their socks off in midfield while Robbie Ponting was a safe pair of hands in goal and is proving himself as the best 'keeper in the league having kept four clean sheets out of four games so far.

No wonder people want to sponsor this team who displayed their new training tops from Click Hair, pictured, this week.

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