YOUNG footballers graced Harwich and Parkeston's Royal Oak ground for the Harwich Primary School League finals.

The B League contest saw Chase Lane B up against St George’s, from Great Bromley, while in the A League Chase Lane A faced All Saints.

In the first game, Chase Lane B broke the deadlock and by half-time they had engineered a 5-0 lead.

The second half followed the same pattern, with Chase Lane B eventually winning 9-0.

Their scorers were Hayy Kabangu (three), Oakleigh Mallett (three), man-of-the-match Caiden Lewis (two) and Kalum Stanford.

The second game was a much tighter affair.

Chase Lane A created opportunities in the first half but All Saints were clinical in front of goal, scoring with a well-taken strike from Frankie Rutson.

After the break, Chase Lane A pressed forward but every chance was either blocked or drifted wide.

Pip Roberts then strode through the defence, riding three challenges before slotting under the goalkeeper to level the score.

Now having the initiative, Chase Lane A grew in confidence and again the ball bobbled in the penalty area before Roberts bundled home to make it 2-1.

Man-of-the-match was the instrumental Ellis Taylor.

Special thanks went to Harwich and Parkeston and Shrimpers chairman Tony Armstrong for hosting the matches and referee Colin Young.

Having won the school five-a-side tournament at the beginning of March, Chase Lane are now turning their attention to the prestigious Fisherman’s Cup, on May 12.

They are determined try and win the treble.