JACK Voicey’s double helped Poole Town Youth lift the Dorset Under-18 Youth League Cup following a 3-1 win over Parley Sports at the County Ground.

The Division One high-fliers produced an entertaining spectacle with leaders Parley making most of the early running and looking the most likely team to break the deadlock.

However, it was Poole Town who took the lead midway through the first half when Voicey drew first blood with the first of his two goals.

But their advantage was short-lived as Liam Lavis equalised for Parley just two minutes later.

Poole Town hit further goals from Voicey and Alex Corbin to complete the scoring before half-time.

Both teams continued their high-tempo play in the second half but were unable to add to the scoreline as Poole Town repeated their 3-1 win over Parley when they met in the league in January.

  • Connor Thorne plundered a four-timer in Lytchett & Upton’s 9-3 win over Longfleet Tigers in Division Two of the Dorset Under-18 Youth League.

Also on the scoresheet were Tyler Ashton and Josh Dennis, who both hit doubles, and Ryan Sonner.

Lytchett also won 5-2 at Corfe Mullen, with Cameron Curtis and Jonny Spicer getting Corfe Mullen’s consolations.

Poole Town Wessex Rovers earned a 3-0 win at Broadstone thanks to Joe Hoyler’s brace and a Joe Palmer effort.

  • The Greyhound (Blandford) edged a 3-2 win over The George (Dorchester) in the inaugural staging of the Dorset Sunday Plate final at the County Ground.

Aron Lawes cancelled out The George’s early opener before Tom Waters nudged The Greyhound into the lead 15 minutes into the second half.

But Mike Collins equalised for The George five minutes later to force the final into extra-time.

And just before the interval, a well-contested showpiece was settled when a long-range effort from Gonzalo Blanco came back off of goalkeeper Karl Snowden’s feet and fell invitingly for Sam Bigwood who made no mistake.

  • In the West Division of the Dorset Veterans’ League, Windgreen Corfe Mullen moved into second after a 3-0 win over Wool & Winfrith. Steve Morris, Nick Christopher and Duncan Moody were the goalscorers.