Mowbray Rangers Jaguars Under 13s started the season with a convincing 6-1 win away to Loughbourgh Dynamo.
The Jaguars started the game brightly, with quick passing football, and from just the second attack, Worby collected the ball on the edge of the area and slid home a low driven finish.
Dynamo picked up their game as they looked to get back into the game, but the lead was doubled when Henry Rossi poked in from a corner after a goalmouth scramble.
Mowbray put Dynamo very much on the back foot for the next 15 minutes as the visitors hit the post, missed from close range, put another chance just wide and blazed over when faced with an open goal.
The Jaguars were struggling to finish, but with their passing football causing problems it was just a matter of time before Worby popped up to score his second.
Mowbray where cruising and another corner from Roscoe resulted in Rossi heading in his second from Roscoe’s corner to make it 4-0.
Homewood came on for injured captain Bartley and made an instant impression with driving runs and a cross into the box which teed up Tyler whose shot from his weaker foot rolled across the goal and off the post.
The second half was more scrappy, with Aldridge, who had dictated play with lovely crisp passing, eventually being rewarded with a clean strike to make it five.
The game was sealed with Bruce-Chapman’s beautiful control and drilled shot, but the hosts were much more competitive in the second half and broke for a consolation goal as Mowbray switched off.