Under 10 Jets (2011/12) AH
Manager - Andrew Hardie
Home Pitch - Symondsbury
Home Shirt Colour - Red
Away Shirt Colour - Blue
The Under 10s are a new team for the 2011/12 Season
Thanks to Kal Marquees for sponsoring the kit and Alleycuts for sponsoring our jackets
LATEST NEWS AND RESULTS
- Published on Monday, 16 April 2012 13:59
Having a 3 week break, Bridport found it hard to get going on a pitch much smaller than usual. Edgy passing and lack of control Bridport looked nervous on the ball.
Bridport were working hard to put some energy into the play but were restricted to a long range effort coming from Ollie Hoole. The strong wind was causing problems for both teams and the goal kicks were going straight to the keepers. The Bridport midield of Josh and Liam were working hard trying to create chances but also tracking back and helping the defence. Stalbridge soaked up the early pressure and as the half wore on looked the more comfortable on the ball. Their pressure paid off when a quick taken corner was put past Ben Hardie in the Bridport goal, from a Bridport defender. This seemed to spur Bridport on and they didn’t have to wait long when Scott Williams pounced on some indecision in the Stalbridge defence to prod home the equaliser.
- Published on Tuesday, 10 April 2012 11:23
Played on the 5th April 2012
this was a difficult hard thought game and the end result was nothing short of outstanding. We drew 2 - 2 with Poole at Broadwindsor in a game where they scored in the last seconds of the game, a game we probably deserved to win. For a long time Poole have been top of the league looking like they could win it. They are a physical side and this game was always going to be difficult.
- Published on Sunday, 18 March 2012 20:07
Bridport travelled to Dorchester seeking to build on last weeks fine display.
A positive start from Bridport saw them apply a lot of early pressure on the Dorchester defence. A resolute Dorchester defence were soaking up the Bridport pressure and forcing Bridport to play down the wings. This early pressure paid off and after a goalmouth scramble Josh Craven poked home to give Bridport the lead.
Dorchester sprang to life and were passing the ball well through the midfield and it took some desperate defending at times from Bridport to protect their lead. Lewis keenan was made to work hard in the Bridport goal but made some telling saves.
- Published on Sunday, 11 March 2012 21:38
Bridport welcomed Portland to Symonndsbury on a glorious March morning.
Bridport started the game with a real purpose, closing down their opponents quickly and passing the ball with precision. Ollie Hoole and Josh Craven were linking well between midfield and attack, using some intelligent play to try and get in behind the Portland defence. Bridport were creating chances and in a bout of early pressure, Liam Townsend fired over from close range and Ollie drew a fine save from the opposition keeper.
- Published on Monday, 27 February 2012 08:51
Bridport welcomed a Corfe Team currently one place above them in the league.
Bridport once again started well, looking to get an early grip on the game. Passing the ball and making space for each other, Bridport dominated the early exchanges causing the Corfe defence some problems. Josh, Liam and Ollie were linking well in midfield with some great support play from Ryan Harvey and Lewis. Henry was in an unfamiliar role in the centre of defence but made some telling and intelligent interceptions to thwart the Corfe attack. After another bout of Bridport pressure, Corfe broke quickly and a sweet shot from their forward was well saved by an advancing Ben Hardie in the Bridport goal.
- Published on Wednesday, 15 February 2012 18:42
On a lovely winter afternoon Bridport travelled to Weymouth to take on the AFC Chesil Devils.
Bridport started strong and with purpose, aiming to try and secure and early goal from which to build on. Captain Josh craven in midfield saw a lot of early possession controlling and passing the ball well. Bridport kept up the early pressure making sure the Chesil defence had plenty to do. Just reward for his early work was when Josh scored with only 3 minutes on the clock. Bridport kept attacking and with some better final passes could have found themself adding to the scoreline on numerous occasions. On occasion when Chesil did break they found Lewis and Henry in fine form, mopping up and counter attacking with some fine play.
- Published on Monday, 23 January 2012 12:51
Making the journey to Wool, Bridport were looking to build on last weeks result. On a rough and windy pitch Bridport started the match well, moving the ball round and closing the opposition down quickly. Ryan Harvey was attacking the right wing everytime he had the ball and was unlucky not to grab himself a few goals. Bridport continued to press at every opportunity and the game became very end to end . However Bridport got caught when one of their attacks broke down in midfield allowing Wool to break down the wing and drive in a goal to take the lead. Bridport kept their heads up and continued to keep their shape. Henry and Lewis both combining well at the back to dampen any Wool attack.
- Published on Monday, 23 January 2012 12:50
Bridport U10 Jets 7 – 1 West Howe
On a chilly afternoon in Symonndsbury with a cold wind and grey sky, Bridport welcomed West Howe . Bridport , starting in determined fashion tried to push the ball around sweetly but were met with a West Howe team determined to thwart every attack.
Bridport kept working hard and continued to pile pressure on the West Howe defence, Ollie Hoole trying his luck from distance and Frankie Chant chasing every loose ball and creating space for himself.
- Published on Monday, 12 December 2011 11:13
West Howe 0 – 7 Bridport U10 Jets
On a cloudy afternoon in Bournemouth with a cold wind and grey sky, Bridport arrived looking to seal a win before the winter break. Bridport also welcomed back their captain, Josh Craven, after nearly 2 months out through injury. Starting in determined fashion there was only 4 mins on the clock when Ryan Harvey struck at the far post to give Bridport an early advantage.
Bridport kept working hard and continued to pile pressure on the West Howe defence - Ryan Harvey and Scott Williams linking the play well from midfield to the front. A lot of the recent training has been centred around our passing and even on a muddy pitch Bridport passed the ball well and carved out some great opportunities.
- Published on Sunday, 20 November 2011 00:00
Match report will follow . . .
- Published on Sunday, 13 November 2011 19:51
On another fantastic day at Symondsbury Bridport welcomed a Dorchester Town team currently occupying third in the table.
The game started in brisk fashion, both teams desperate to get the ball and secure the early advantage. Dorchester started the more comfortable of the two teams passing the ball well and making Bridport work hard to gain any possession. The Bridport midfield of Liam Townsend and Henry Wyrill worked hard to make sure Dorchester had very little time on the ball. Ollie once again looked lively up front but found himself being pushed wide each time he got the ball as a the Dorchester town defence stood firm. Bridport continued to apply pressure, Liam had a powerful shot saved, Henry hit the post and the Dorchester defence survived a number of goal mouth scrambles. Ryan Harvey once again provided some nice play from the back and Jack Parkman growing in confidence every week was strong in the tackle to keep Dorchester at bay.
- U10J - Bridport Youth 1 - 2 AFC Chesil (AET) (CUP)
- U10J - Portland United 3 - 2 Bridport Jets
- U10J - Bridport Jets 1 - 2 Lychett Red Triangle
- U10J - Corfe Castle 1 - 2 Bridport Jets
- U10J - Longfleet 5 - 4 Bridport Youth
- U10J - West Howe 2 - 14 Bridport Youth (CUP)
- U10J - Bridport Youth 7 - 2 AFC Chesil Devils
- U10J - Dorchester Dynamos 2 - 4 Bridport Youth
- U10J - Bridport Youth 0 - 9 Wool & Winfrith
- U10J - Dorset Cup Rd1 - West Howe (A)