A WILMSLOW High youngster scored a goal from inside his own half during a school match.

Spencer Bell achieved the feat for the under 15s team as they kicked off their season with a 3-1 defeat of Flixton’s Wellacre Academy in round one of the English Schools FA competition.

Gabriel Araujo and Jack Johnson also netted before the side followed up with a 7-0 success against Winsford Academy in the Cheshire Cup.

Wilmslow’s under 18s progressed to face Eaton Bank in the Cheshire Cup with a 10-1 win against Congleton High School.

Goals came from Shellien, four, Elliott, three, Watts, Pugh and Simms.

The under 14s girls also marched on with a 5-3 victory over Weaverham.

Wilmslow’s under 13s lost 4-1 in the Cheshire Cup to a big and tough Middlewich team but won 4-2 against Staffordshire side Moorside academy in the third round of the ESFA Cup.

Ethan Adamson scored a spectacular effort.

Harrison Trickett scored a hat-trick in a 6-1 opening win of the season for the under 12s against North Chadderton.

Meanwhile, Wilmslow High School enjoyed a good set of results in the English Schools Cross Country Cup at Walton Hall and Gardens in Warrington.

For the junior girls, Laura Keay finished 12th, while Ben Hamilton Ryan won his race comfortably with the other boys coming in sixth, ninth and 37th for the junior boys.

Lucy Walmsley was fifth in the inter girls race, followed closely by India Hurst in seventh, Isabelle Flannagan 21st and Amelie Mckay 26th.

The inter boys finished with James Doorbar in seventh, Harry Bachofner 10th, Finlay Greenwood 15th and George Halfpenny 29th.

In the team competitions, the junior boys were joint second, Inter boys third and inter girls fourth.

Amalie McKay was player of the tournament for Wilmslow’s under 14s girls hockey team as they finished third in a national tournament.

They lost to King’s Chester and Birkenhead 1-0, and drew with The Grange from Northwich.

The school’s under 15s and under 16s netballers played in the county tournament.

A good start was made by the younger team, winning their first two games against Queens and Alderley and drawing with The Grange.

Three very close games followed and the girls only lost by one or two goals then finished off with a win against Culcheth, leaving them fifth overall in the round-robin competition.

The under 16s won games against Kings Macc and Lymm and lost three against Fallibroome, Bridgewater and Culcheth, finishing fourth overall in their area.