FOOTBALL: Youth teams look to New Year tests

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Our region’s youth teams will be looking to step up their challenges for honours in the junior leagues as the second half of the season approaches.

In the Under-16B League, Wragby currently sit in fourth place on 12 points, just one point and one place ahead of Woodhall Spa.

Leaders Welton are currently on 18 points after being beaten just once in 11 games.

Horncastle are just off the pace in the U-16C League as they sit in second place, four points behind leaders Pointon Junior Yellows with a game in hand.

Horncastle are battling away in the U-15C league as they are mid-table after 13 games.

Town are one of five teams within eight points of top side Boston United Community.

In the U-14C league Town are matching their U-15s with their mid-table position.

They are currently in fifth place on 10 points but have a game in hand over a number of their rivals.

Woodhall Spa’s U-13A side are third from bottom after 11 games but are six points ahead of Grantham Flames who sit in 11th place.

Horncastle’s U-13B side are well in the promotion hunt as they are seven points behind league leaders Moorlands Railway but with two games in hand.

Spa’s U-12B side are currently excelling in their league as they have won every game this season.

They have taken maximum points from nine games and have four games in hand over their closest rivals Lowlands, who are on 17 points.

In the U-12C league Horncastle are five points ahead of bottom side Boston Town Saints after 10 games.

Both Horncastle and Woodhall Spa’s teams are in the U-11B league with Town coming out on top by five points after 12 games.

Spa could catch up and even take top spot in the league if they win their games in hand.

Horncastle’s U-10B side are still searching for their first win of the season after 12 games and in the U-10C league Woodhall Spa are on 15 points after 13 games.