FA Youth Cup heartbreak for Blues teenage Stoke City loanee at Bradford

LEEK Town’s teenage Stoke City loanee Adam Porter (pictured) suffered heartbreak with the Potters U18’s in the FA Cup at Bradford City this week.
Stoke went out of the competition following a penalty shoot-out after the scores were locked at 3-3 at the end of extra-time.
The young Potters fought back from 2-0 down at half-time in a thriller that saw Porter have a spot kick brilliantly saved in the second half, but then atone with a successful conversion from another penalty awarded in extra-time.
Leek are at home to mid-table Frickley Athletic in the BetVictor NPL tomorrow (Nov 7) as they bid to regain top spot from Stamford in the South East Division.
The two teams are locked 33 points but Stamford are in pole position by virtue better goal difference of just one.
Leek have a game in hand over their rivals from Lincolnshire who face the more difficult task tomorrow at home to third-placed Cleethorpes Town.
On Sunday, Leek Town ladies are away to Sporting Khalsa in the Staffordshire Cup.
The Blues Babes remain unbeaten in fourth place in the West Midlands Regional Women’s League Premier Division after five starts, nine points behind league leaders Redditch United.
Leek’s league activity has suffered as a result of their excellent run in the Women’s FA Cup and they have four games in hand over Redditch who they beat 5-1 at home in September.