Clinical victory for Hutton

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Hutton Under-9s travelled to fourth-placed Backwell Athletic and came away with a 5-0 victory.

HUTTON Under-9s travelled to fourth-placed Backwell Athletic and came away with a 5-0 victory.

The first goal came from a corner by Jacob Dwyer which was clinically finished by Tommy Carter. The second came from Tommy when he lobbed the keeper from an acute angle.

Not to be outdone, Scott Hammond Lumber ran the whole length of the pitch, beating many players to calmly finish to make it 3-0 at half-time.

After the break, Scott sent through a sublime pass for Sid to score. Tommy replicated this, pulling the ball back for Scott to net.

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Backwell proved worthy opponents and kept Hutton’s defence of Bailey Hughes, Oliver Luscombe, Alex Cremer and Jude Hankinson busy throughout, allowing Jack Buckingham in goal to keep yet another clean sheet.

Squad: Jack Buckingham, Oliver Luscombe, Jude Hankinson, Jacob Dwyer, Scott Hammond-Lumber, Bailey Hughes, Tommy Carter, Sid Sheppard-Sugg and Alex Cremer.

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WESTON Crusaders Under-11s notched a second successive win with a determined performance away to Portishead.

After a sluggish start, some hard work from Ben and Blondie helped to get a grip on the match, and the ball broke for Tom to fire a shot which was deftly turned in by Archie.

Ethan curled in a free kick and then rounded the keeper for a well-taken second late on. Portishead managed a consolation goal, which the otherwise dependable keeper Harry could do little about.

Joel and Bradley added some extra grit and effort in the second half and Logan came close as Crusaders looked dangerous on the break and ended 3-1 winners.

The whole team played well, but the man of the match this week went to Blondie.

WESTON Town Under-11s could only manage a draw against a hard- working St George side.

From the kick-off, Weston played some neat football, but were unable to create any clear cut chances. As the half wore on, St George became more of a threat and took the lead after a shot that could only be parried by Callum Manaton and was put away.

The game became scrappy and Weston struggled to impose themsel, but drew level after a great solo goal from Reece Large to make it 1-1 at half-time.

In the second half, Weston could not find any rhythm. The impressive Adam Maidment combined well with Nathan Pratt at times. St George were dangerous on the break, but Max Sharp and new signing Josh Swires were excellent in defence with good support from David Grimes and Maidment.

Man of the match went to Josh Swires.

Weston Town Under-11s are looking for experienced players. Contact Carl Manaton on 07427 619746 for more details.

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