Hinton under 15's

waiting for match reports!!!!!

Come on some one must be able to write one up?

10th November

Weston Under Penyard 0 v 12 Hinton

Hinton today travelled to Weston on an lovely sunny day, looking for a much needed win.

The system being played was, 4-4-2, and the first goal came from Arran Boardman  a Hinton defender putting the ball nicely into the bottom right hand corner. The game restarts with Dan Woods who is also a Hinton defender putting the ball into the back of the net with a very solid shot. The game restarts  with several good passes and the ball being spread about the pitch, William Buxton hits the goal post and scores on the rebound.

Now 3-0 up the boys are feeling confident, and the next goal came from the right wing in the form of a pass by Kyle Richardson to Jordan Russell, with a couple of subs being made, Ben Scotford came on to get our fifth goal with a pass again by Kyle Richardson.
With Hinton being 5-0 up more subs are introduced and the system changes to 3-4-3.  The system swiftly provided  the next goal, which came from a neat pass from Ben Richardson to Ali Hill who scored the sixth goal.   Weston were working very hard under a lot of pressure in this game,  but it was another Hinton defender Joel Middleton, who shot with his left foot into the top left hand corner. 
The game now at 7-0 Will Buxton scores another two goals making it a hat trick for the day Jordan Russell got his second goal and Kieran Box another defender brought up into as a striker to get the eleventh goal. The last goal scored by William Gore with a cracking right foot shot.
Well played Hinton  with keeping a clean sheet and the 12-0 victory 

6th October

Hinton 3-3 Westfields

Hinton's under 15s took on Westfields on Sunday, Hinton started well dominating the first half and pushing for a early goal that goal came in the 4th minute. When a free kick taken by Ben Richardson was saved by the Westfields keeper and was pushed out for a corner. Ben Richardson took the corner and found the head of Ben Scotford who put the ball in the net with a glancing header. 

Play Resumed and Hinton working hard to get a second goal, when Archie Fox took a shot at goal just missing the target. Westfields goalkeeper then took a goal kick in the line of Ben Scotford who chested the ball and chipped the ball over the top of the goalie making it a 2-0 lead. Just before half time a Hinton defender brought down a Westfields player just outside the box and resulted in a very well taken free-kick for Westfields which resulted in a goal.
In the second half Westfields started back eager to equalise and did so with a goal half way into the second half. With it now 2-2 both sides now getting anxious Hinton now trying to get ahead when Kieran Box played the ball down the line to Dan Woods who crossed to Alex Harris's header hitting the cross bar and Kyle Richardson finishing off with a goal making it 3-2 to Hinton. Just when it seemed this was going to be a win for Hinton, Westfields replied with a late goal making it a 3-3 draw at the final whistle

Under 15 Sponsored walk 17th August

The under 15s are completing a sponsored walk this Sunday to raise funds for the team, and also continue the fantastic team building of players friendships that Kenny and Simon work hard to develop with their young players.

Please contacy Kenny or Simon if you would like to donate

The young lads have been asked to take some photographs of the event so we can also that the did the walk and enjoyed their day out

Well done





A final flurry of strong performances cemented a good season for the under 15s, who with Shaun Fitzpatrick managing have showed that they have the performances within the squad to contest for higher honours in future seasons.  This team will joining with the under 16's next season as a Hinton under 17 team. 

We look forward to reporting their success

 16th June 2013

Shaun Fitzpatrick has been awarded the Coach of the Year award by the Herefordshire  FA for 2013  WELL DONE Shaun 

23rd Sept

Cup game (bill bowkett cup ) was a hard draw in the first round against a strong Pegasus side who are one of the sides who are probably the favorites to lift the cup this year. 

The conditions were not the best on Sunday but Pegasus made the best of them taking a very early lead which Hinton struggled with, by half time Hinton were down 4-1.  Undeterred the lads came out the second half and started to play football this resulted in a great goal which stunned Pegasus slightly!

Try as they might Hinton could not break down  Pegasus went onto win the game 8-2 .  Pegasus deserved the win and now go on and meet Ewyas Harold in the next round .as for Hinton U-15,s its the first loss of the season,  and this will spur the team to  come back even stronger for our next league game, but well done to all in the team who played in wet sodden conditions.

16th Sept

The Hinton under 15's are managed by Shaun Fitzpatrick who works very hard to ensure that everyone who plays at Hinton enjoy's the expererience.

Shaun was presented with a merit award from the HJFL for all the hard work and effort which he has put in through out the 2011-12 season.  This award was to recognise the help and support Shaun gave the HJFL , the presentation was a complete surprise to Shaun, but thoroughly deserved.   Shaun  adheres to the code of conduct set down by the league and the Hinton FC  and the success of this method has ensured that everyone has embraced these policies .

Hinton U15 are currently in a league which consists of thirteen teams which complete fixtures mostly on a Sunday afternoon

This season has seen the under 15's lose several players at the end of 2011/12 season, so Shaun has worked tirelessly  in the close season to bring players into the squad to start the 2012 season which has proved very benifical and the new additions to the squad have settled into the team .

There is a long season ahead of the u15's, which the team have played two games so far playing away to Presteigne in opening game ,which Hinton came away with a 9-2 win.  The winning sequence was continued then with the first home game  playing against Wellington as they produced a fantastic result winning 7-1.

The team and Shaun know that they must continue the hard work to keep ahead of their rivals and this determination will hopefully allow them progress victorious through the season as they met additional challenges?

Well done boys a great start to the season .