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Saturday, 25 October 2014

Harry hits hat-trick for Cockermouth in soccer league

Harry Richardson struck a hat-trick as Cockermouth were 4-1 winners over Castletown Cubs in the U10 division of the Penrith League.

Captain Adam Ashfield scored Cockermouth’s other goal.

Keswick Reds were 5-2 losers at Castletown Whites in the U10 division.

On target for Keswick were Joseph Bennett-Pepper and Lewis Mason.

Cockermouth U14s enjoyed a 4-0 win over Dalston Black Reds with Luke Graham, Callum Gorley, Craig Campbell and Jordan Friel getting the goals.

Warwick Wanderers and Cockermouth, the top two sides in the U16 division met for a crucial league game and in the first half both sides played excellent and committed football.

Warwick took the lead on 27 minutes. In the second half Cockermouth came out strong and were in control and had several chances to equalise.

However, with 20 minutes left Warwick doubled their lead from a free kick.

Cockermouth responded by increasing the pressure and after a fierce shot was tipped onto the crossbar, Liam Orr followed in to head home into the corner of the goal.

Fixtures U10 Blenkinship Trophy semi-finals first: Keswick Reds v Castletown Cubs, Penrith Blues v Keswick Blues.

U10 League Cup round one: Keswick Greens v Cockermouth.

U12: Keswick Reds v Castletown Blues.

U14: Keswick v Cockermouth.

U16: Penrith AFC v Cockermouth, Warwick Wanderers v Keswick, Cockermouth U15 v Wetheriggs Utd.

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