NORTH Ayrshire Penguins U10s v Ayr Bruins at Ayr Ice Rink

THE Penguins travelled to Ayr on Friday for the first meeting of the weekend double header with Ayr Bruins (U12's.Penguins who made the first breakthrough in three minutes with Lennon Deeney finding the back of the net, this was closely followed up by Bruins scoring past Penguins hoalie Calum Simmonds. Penguins tightened up their defence and went on a goal spree, firing in another 10 goals before the end of the first period. The second period started badly for the Penguins with them finding themselves short handed with threr players in the penalty box. But thankfully, the experience and speed of the players on the ice, they shut down and blocked all advances on goal from Bruins every time, even scoring another nine goals. In the third period, Penguins were again short-handed by one, but didn't let that stop the goal fest, as another nine made it past Ayr's goalie, who certainly deserved her Player of the Match. The game ended 29-2 for Penguins. Goals: Flynn Massie x 7, Lennon Deeney x 6, 3 each for Jacob Woods, Liam Houston, Adam Bainbridge, 2 each for Aaron Stewart, Emma Lambertona and one apiece for Conor Wood, Rocco Murray and Oliver Turner.

and produced a steady stream of goals again from a variety of players. In Sunday's return leg, Ayr fought well but were overcome by the Penguins, who saw their winning streak continue.

Final Score: North Ayrshire Penguins 17 - 1 Ayr Bruins, Goals from: Adam Bainbridge x 4, Rocco Murray x 3, two goals apiece from Lennon Deeney, Jacob Woods & Emma Lamberton, with one goal each coming from LMcD, Matthew Evans, Ashton Lomas & David Cameron.

North Ayrshire Sabres v Ayr Bruins (U10's)

Sabres started brilliantly, racing into a 4-1 lead at the end of the first period. The second period was to be more of the same with Sabres leading 8-3. The third period saw Bruins pulling the score back to 8-6 before Sabres stepped up another gear, running out convincing 13-8 winners.

North Ayrshire Wild v Dundee Comets (at Auchenharvie Ice Rink, Stevenston)

WILD faced table-toppers Comets. Hosts Wild scored first, but that lead was short-lived as Comets netted. Into the second period, both teams came out firing but Wild lacked confidence and lost another seven goals making the end of the second period 8-1 to Comets. The third period was better . The game turned nasty after the Comets No.89 received a 25-minute penalty for a hit from behind that saw Wild player coach Scott Cowan leave the ice somewhat concussed.

Final Score: North Ayrshire Wild 1 - 10 Dundee Comets.

North Ayrshire Stars v Kirkcaldy Chief

STARS headed to Fife to take on the Chiefs missing some key players. Chiefs came at them and Stars responded with fast feet and great puck control, shutting down the Chiefs. Netminder Harry Campbell, pulled off some amazing saves. The second period started just as fast paced and high tempo but Chiefs finally found their way past Harry and netting three quick goals which seemed to rock the Stars slightly and leave the second period at 3-0. The third started with the Stars staging a comeback via a superb goal from Dylan Murray, but despite Stars' determination their unbeaten run came to to an end after seven straight wins.

Final Score: North Ayrshire Stars 1 - 3 Kirkcaldy Chiefs.

North Ayrshire Predators V Fife Flames at Fife Ice Arena

PREDATORS were missing some U16s players, and had four U14s players step in and give it their all after playing a very tough game before it. They took full advantage of and kept them on their toes for the entire game.

Final Score: North Ayrshire Predators 3 - 3 Fife Flames.