Under 13 Bees (2011/12) GP
Manager - Gus Parkman
Home Pitch - Beaminster Football Club
Home Shirt Colour - Red/Black
Away Shirt Colour -
DYFL Division 2 (6th Place) U12B
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LATEST NEWS AND RESULTS
- Published on Tuesday, 06 December 2011 10:34
Bridport Bees were up against Broadstone on Sunday. Although only having 11 available players they still put together a dream of a game to beat a very good Bournmouth side 3-0 and progress to the quarter final of the cup.
Two goals from The Bolt Chantler and one from Alfie Valler sealed the victory. Right from the off Bridport passed with accuracy, which helped gain confidence.
The side were able to find space which then gave them time to pick out telling passes. Best ever performances for many of the team which includes Ashly Carter, Alfie Valler, Max Purchase and Owen Davies. Soloman Ayunga is fast becoming a talented all-round footballer and can play anywhere, a influential member of the team.
MOTM was Valler who is returning from injury an scored on his return. Aiden Trocian deserves a mention making great saves when needed.
GREAT GAME BOYS!!!
- Published on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 10:15
Sunday 27th saw a different Bridport turn up to play second placed Poole Borough. Bridport went in at half time with a 1-0 advantage and were looking the better side, passing well and keeping good shape. Great football from the inform Soloman Ayunga saw him gain a free kick which he slammed home. The home side were full of confidence at half time. Unfortunately the secound half proved to be the opposite and Bridport couldnt get a hold of the game. In the end Poole ran away 1-4 winners. Bridport missed The Bolts deadly finishing. Great performance from Max Purchase who was MOTM
- Published on Sunday, 20 November 2011 00:00
Bridport bees lost narrowly 3-2 last sunday 20th against Wool and Winfrith. In a game they should have won. Disappointingly it was the result they deserved. Bridport lacked control and ambition, allowing wool to be first to the ball time after time. Goals from Soloman Ayunga and The Bolt Chantler the highlight of a dull afternoon. JJ Gale stood out on the day and recieved MOTM.
- Published on Sunday, 13 November 2011 19:52
Bridport were in fine form on sunday and put in a superb performance, the best of the season so far,scoring seven great team goals. Once again star striker George Bolt Chantler showing a masterclass in finishing notching up 5 goals, taking him to 16 this season thus far! Also getting on the score sheet Mikey Bartram and Ashley Carter.
The team are confident and full of ability showing a good understanding of the game. Special mention goes to the midfield consisting of Rory Bastian, Mikey Bartram, Soloman Ayunga and Joseph Crabb. Crabb putting in his best performance of the year. MOTM Ryan Smith who showed a cool head when under pressure making numerous telling passes.
Great game boys
- Published on Sunday, 06 November 2011 00:00
Bridport cruised through to the next round of the cup, despite playing many players out of position.
George Bolt Chantler proving to hot to handle, scoring twice in ten minutes.
Rory Bastian came off the bench to make the score 3-0 and Ashton Ireland who was playing a striker role for the first time bagged his first goal of the season.
Owen Davies, James Williams, JJ Gale and Jochim Wood all played well.
The final score 4-1.
Great work !!!
- Published on Sunday, 30 October 2011 00:00
A victory today so deserved against Lytchett red triangle Bridport won 4-3. Fantastic. Not the prettiest game we have played but a wins a win. Three stunning gols from goal magnet George Bolt Chantler and a superb strike from Ashly Carter claimed the points. Motm Soloman Ayunga so determined in midfield led the way to a gritty performance. The best moment in the game was the magical penalty save from the influential Aiden Trocian who must be the best keeper of his age. Well done to Mikey Bartram getting stronger by the game. Get in there boys.
- Published on Sunday, 23 October 2011 00:00
Bridport gave the best performance of the season so far and only lost with less than 5mins remaining. They fought so hard against top of the league Parkstone. Both teams creating good chances. Aiden Trocian making some truly remarkable saves. Strong battling efforts from motm Charlie Parkman Finn and Max purchase and the reliable Ashton Ireland kept Parkstone out. Midfield were first to the ball again and again. Soloman Ayunga having another awesome game. Great stuff.
- Published on Monday, 17 October 2011 11:25
Bridport Youth fought hard away to Dorchester and came away with a deserved win. Ashley Carter opened the scoring after a mix up in the Dorchesters defence. Dorchester then found a grip on the game and equalised. Bridport regained the lead through George Bolt Chantler with a trademark finish latching on to a Micky Bartram pass.
Chantler then made it 3-1 before Ashley Carter doubled his tally for the afternoon to make it 4-1.
Dorchester were by no means finished and grabbed two goals. New signing Jochim Wood gave Bridport some breathing space with a beauiful lob - his first goal of the season, to make the score 5-3. George Bolt chantler gained his hatrick in some style and Bridport secured all 3 points.
The final score 6-4. Chantler was an obvious motm but fantastic games for Charlie Parkman, Aiden Trocian, Ashley Carter and Mikey Bartram who came back after his operation. An all round great game of football.
- Published on Sunday, 02 October 2011 19:03
We have drawn Weymouth Youth at home in the Dorset Youth Cup.
Game to be played on the 6th November 2011 at 2pm
- Published on Sunday, 02 October 2011 18:59
Bridport youth narrowly lost on Sunday 2-1 away to a very good Broadstone team.
Bridport showed just how much they have improved over the last month. Massive performances came from everyone and it is so pleasing to see team spirit this high.
Ashley Carter scored the goal with a well taken header from a superb Joseph Crabb corner.
MOTM this week goes to Aiden Tocian who made several fantastic saves.
James Williams, Rory Bastian, JJ Gale also deserve a mention for all their hard work.
- Published on Sunday, 18 September 2011 18:56
Bridport travelled to Shaftsbury this Sunday, and were rewarded with a very close 2-1 win. After going behind bridport dug deep, created chances and played great football. Both goals were scored by George Bolt Chantler taking his tally to three already this season.
Work rate was much improved. Max and Finn Purchase, Aiden Trocian, James Williams and Soloman Ayunga all played well - but MOTM Rory Bastian worked tirelessly. Ashton Ireland also was very brave. Good work boys!!!