Back-to-back wins for Rangers
Worle Rangers recorded back-to-back wins in their latest two matches.
St George (E-i-G) A 2
Worle Rangers 6
WORLE Rangers recorded back-to-back Division 5 wins with a hard-fought victory over St George.
Rangers conceded an early goal from a corner, but equalised after 20 minutes after good work by Brinson. The game swung and Rangers went 3-1 up, with a fantastic hat-trick from Williams, with assists from Dove and Royce.
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Keeper Royce and skipper Wilson with centre-back partner Clark were immense, ably supported defensively by Ayers, Brown and Westgarth. Brown started getting forward to link with Brinson, Dove and Jake Hannam, while Chatterley offered width and Williams troubled the back line.
After the break, Jake Hannam’s work-rate was rewarded with a 25-yard free-kick to make it 4-1. St George missed a penalty, but the home side scored soon after, Clark putting through his own net. Rangers extended their lead with goals for Carter and Troy Hannam.
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The Curry Garden man of the match went to Tom Williams.
In a midweek match, Rangers defeated Dolphin Athletic 2-1 with goals from Williams and Stephens. Curry Garden man of the match was Shane Quick.
Weston Players 2
Portishead Town Colts 0
PLAYERS went into this Division 5 encounter with a strong Portishead team that played football far better than their lowly league position suggested.
In a tense first half governed largely in parts by the blustery conditions, Players created the better chances built on a solid goal keeping display by Dan Owen, who marshalled the backline of Jones, Ashmore and Riddle.
Owen and Smith went close with early chances and Joel Page was having a fine game in centre midfield, and Steve Ballantine making his first start on the left was causing all sorts of problems.
Players took the lead after classy one-touch football from Page, DeVanney and Earey saw the latter’s through ball found Smith to finish well.
After the break, it was much of the same. Owen went close, DeVanney saw his effort saved and Skinner crashed a close range header against the bar from DeVanney’s cross.
Solid defending from Ashmore, Brown and man of the match Riddle kept Owen in goal well protected. Jim Owen slammed in his 100th goal for Players from the edge of the box after good approach play from Page and Smith.
Yatton Athletic A 0
Shipham Res 3
SHIPHAM Reserves ended their league campaign on a high with a superlative 3-0 victory against a strong Yatton side, giving them precious momentum before the cup final.
Jamie White put Shipham ahead inside a minute after a brilliant passing move. George Stone kept the scores level with a brilliant save, while the back four remained solid and restricted Yatton to shots from distance.
After the break, Bobby Dugmore was instrumental in the second goal, setting Paul Stead free to cut the ball back for Seb Winter to volley into the net.
The third goal came after good work by Ben Drake and Dugmore, with Winter putting the gloss on a fantastic team performance.
Man of the match was awarded to Bobby Dugmore.
Locking Park pictured in their kit sponsored by Health Habits Gym and Fitness Centre. Top (left to right): Paul Sharp, Tom Bebb, Mike Bollard, Aaron Honeywell, Sam Perrott, Mike James, Dan Windsor. Bottom: Tom Rolls, Jack Board, Chris Coumbe, Marcus Thompson, Rob Long, Calum James, Darrell Capille. Not in picture: Paul Adams (manager), Gary Gauntlett (Health Habits), Craig Baird, Russell Carter, Ed Clarke, Aidan Dancer, Jimmy Nigh, and Jordan Biddle.
Division 1: Nailsea Town Res 1, Nailsea Town A 0; Clevedon Utd Res 1, Nailsea Town Res 3; St George (E-i-G) Res 3, East Worle 6.
Division 2: Burnham Utd A 2, Locking Park 1; Portishead Town A 0, Berrow Res 1.
Division 3: Bournville Rovers 3, Yatton Ath Res 5; Westend 3, Wedmore 3.
Division 4: AFC Nailsea 1, Cleeve West Town A 1; Winscombe A 1, Sporting Weston 2; Weston Super Seagulls 7, King Alfred SC 0; Cleeve West Town A 2, Weston Super Seagulls 3; Winscombe A 4, AFC Nailsea 3.
Division 5: St George (E-i-G) A 2, Worle Rangers 6; Weston Players 2, Portishead Town Colts 0; Banwell Res 1, South Park Rangers 0; Dolphin Ath 1, Worle Rangers 2.
Division 6: Draycott Res 3, Clevedon Utd B 3; Priory Rangers 3, Congresbury A 1; Yatton Ath A 0, Shipham Res 3.
Division 1: Clevedon Utd Res v Winscombe Res (A Tremlett); East Worle v Nailsea Utd A.
Division 2: Axbridge Town v Burnham Utd A (J Billinghurst).
Division 3: Westland Utd Res v Bournville Rovers (J Bolland); Westend v Tickenham Utd (J Hickey).
Division 4: Sporting Weston v AFC Nailsea (C Simmons); Winscombe A v Kewstoke Lions Res (R Brammer); Worle Res v Shipham (J Stimpson).
Division 5: Banwell Res v St George (E-i-G) A (R Hooper); Worle Rangers v Wrington-Redhill Res (M Sprague); Hutton Res v Weston Players (M Gavin).
Division 6: Burnham Utd B v KVFC (S Cahill); Draycott Res v Priory Rangers (T Billinghurst); Pill Utd v Yatton Ath A (S Clarke).
Tuesday – Division 4: Sporting Weston v Kewstoke Lions Res (D Carstensen). Division 5: Banwell Res v Weston Players (O Lukins). Division 6: Axbridge Town Res v Draycott Res (J Cox).
Wednesday – Page Shield final at Congresbury: Pill Utd v Shipham Res (A Tremlett). Division 1: Nailsea Town Res v Clevedon Utd Res (S Clarke). Division 4: Worle Res v Winscombe A (C Hughes).