Kidderminster Harriers were the visitors to Aynho to face Brackley Town U14s on Saturday morning 3rd Dec

Brackley started brightly and looked after the ball confidently in the early stages of the game - their reward came six minutes in. Brad Cheshire pounced on an error from the Harriers keeper and poked the ball past him to open the scoring.

The young Saints doubled their lead five minutes later - a near post corner delivery found Charlie Jefferies who prodded the ball home to secure his first goal in a red and white top.

On 12 minutes, Brad's tenacity led to a 3rd Brackley goal slipping the ball round the keeper.

Brad played a key part in the fourth goal - he took the ball down the right wing and a cross-come-shot was tapped in by Mallory King.

Kidderminster stole a goal back via an indirect free kick but that didn't dishearten Brackley.

Brackley secured a fifth goal after some calm patient play from the back eventually found Liam Goss who played a perfectly weighted through ball to Brad Cheshire who then selflessly set up Kyle McKechnie for a simple finish at the back post.

There was still time for another goal before the half time break - Liam Goss involved once again, crossing from the right to place a ball onto Brad's head who grabbed his third and Brackley's sixth!

Half time : 6-1

Six minutes into the second half, a push on Kyle in the box left the referee with no choice but to award a penalty - Brad stepped up and slotted home his fourth of the game.

Moments later, Kyle was played through to slide the ball past the Kidderminster keeper in a 1v1 situation.

After playing a key part in two goals, Liam Goss finally grabbed one for himself, working down the left side of the defence and eventually finding space to fire home with his left foot.

Reilly Baldwin then completed the scoring for the hosts - similar circumstances to Liam's goal, left foot finish into the far corner.

Kidderminster stole a second goal back ten minutes from time but Brackley rode the game out comfortably

Full time: 10-2