The West of Scotland YFL took centre stage at the weekend, and along with CAYFA will take a breather next week as the October break continues. There were still a few important clashes though in last weekend’s West of Scotland YFL.
In the U16 league, Division A, it is an early two horse race between Ayr Boswell and Crosshouse Boys’ Club, with both maintaining their 100 per cent records. Boswell’s impressive victory over Glenburn keeps them top with more games played, whilst Crosshouse kept up the pressure with an emphatic 8-1 victory at Irvine Thistle having played three games less. In the weekend’s other fixture bottom placed Coylton earned a point in a 1-1 draw at Galston.
The shock of the weekend came in the U16, Division B as Bonnyton Thistle slipped up at home, losing 1-0 to Largs Colts. Leaders Dean Thistle took full advantage to extend their lead at the top, with a convincing 7-2 victory at Glenafton 2000s. Nithsdale Wanderers are up to third place after their 4-1 home victory over KCFC Garnock Valley.
The U13 league remains in a dead heat, and there were comfortable wins in all matches. Both Ayr Boswell and Bellfield Royals remain on maximum points at the top, with Ayr enjoying a comfortable home win over Cunninghame YFC, and Bellfield comfortably seeing off Crosshill Thistle. Tass Thistle meanwhile enjoyed an 8-2 home victory over Hurlford, whilst Troon Thistle also ran out comfortable winners, 7-2 at home to Auchinleck Talbot.
In the weekend’s only U19 clash, Glenafton stayed in fifth place with a 4-1 home defeat of bottom placed Hurlford Utd.