Banwell juniors find the net 21 times

Banwell Under-8s.

Banwell Under-8s. - Credit: Archant

Banwell Under-13s started their season in stunning style by beating Portishead Rangers 21-0.

BANWELL Under-13s started their season in stunning style by recording their highest-ever score in their first competitive match as an 11-a-side team.

Banwell scored 10 goals by half-time, and 11 goals in the second half to score an amazing 21 in the match against Portishead Rangers.

Striker Dylan Lyons scored four goals, including a hat-trick inside five minutes, and winger Jack Starling scored six on his competitive debut.

Midfielders Tyler Pitts, Corey Campbell and team captain Thomas Davis scored two goals each, defenders Finn Greenwood and Camaron Morgan-Roberts scored one each, and there were three own goals.

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The Allseas Global man of the match was Drey Norsworthy.

The Under-16s won their first game of the season against Uphill Castle.

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The first-half was very competitive with neither side able to score, despite lots of chances being created at both ends.

The second half saw Uphill rewarded with a good team goal. Banwell started to create their own chances and Kaan Berk got Banwell’s first goal and Tom White was rewarded with two great goals.

Joe Honey scored the fourth with a great strike outside the box, before Uphill pulled a goal back from a corner, but the game was wrapped with a great header by Luke Maskell.

Banwell Chillies man of the match was Tom White.

The Under-8s made their debut against Long Ashton, with the starting team of Jamie, Theo, Spencer, Lewis and keeper Corey.

Long Ashton scored a few goals, but the Banwell heads did not drop. Grant and Ryan came on, but Banwell were beaten 8-0.

The second game started with Harry, Deacon, Grant, Ryan, keeper Corey and subs Jamie and Spencer. Banwell scored their first goal through Jamie to take the lead.

Long Ashton managed to score two goals as Banwell could not score again.

Microbitz man of the match was Lewis Hill, closely followed by Jamie Young, but the whole team deserve it.

THE first game of the season saw newly-promoted Locking Athletic draw 2-2 at Priory Pumas.

The Locking back four were well organised by centre-back Jake Dunn, limiting Pumas chances on goal. Connor Porter and Jake Manville fought hard in the middle, and their efforts were rewarded when a move starting with Manville ended with a fine finish from Jacob Flavell. Pumas countered well and with Porter off injured, capitalised with an equaliser.

The second half was end-to-end, with a revitalised Vinnie Sibley a constant threat to the Pumas defence, yet it was Pumas who took the lead.

Adam Bungay and Ramel Smith worked the wings well, while Harry Baxter flourished alongside Sam Ford who added composure to the midfield. Locking’s pressure led to a free kick 20 yards out, which Porter drilled home with five minutes to go.

A special mention to full-backs Huw Pearse and Ryan Hill for their solid work. The Western Power Distribution man of the match went to Jack Howard.

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