Vale of White Horse posted their best ever result in the ESFA Isle of Wight Under 14s Festival with a 6-2 thrashing of Wakefield.

The crushing victory was sandwiched between a 3-3 draw against Bishop Auckland and a 2-1 win over East Cornwall as Vale went unbeaten in their opening three games.

Vale were trailing 2-1 against Wakefield at half time of their clash at Wootton on Wednesday.

James Newman's superb shot cancelled out Bobby Madley's opener before Craig Hitchen restored the Yorkshire lads' lead. However, with the advantage of the wind and the slope in the second half, Vale stormed to victory.

The outstanding Craig McMahon blasted home from 20 yards before Alexis Oram fired Vale ahead with a close range effort which triggered a burst of three goals in four minutes.

Robbie Harrington made it 4-2 and a minute later he beat three players for his second goal.

Oram wrapped up Vale's victory with a tap-in after the ball had rebounded off a post.

Newman struck twice as Vale again came from behind to beat East Cornwall 2-1 at Carisbrooke High School, Newport on Thursday.

Craig Walton gave East Cornwall an early lead, but Newman's two sweetly-struck shots in the second half turned the game on its head.

Vale had looked to be on course for victory over Bishop Auckland in their first game at Plessey Sports, Cowes on Tuesday when Nick Tate struck twice in quick succession early in the second half.

That put Vale, for whom Waterhouse impressed, 3-1 up after Harrington had hit a first-half equaliser. But Bishops Auckland fought back well to score twice in the last six minutes to snatch a draw.