Comfortable victory for league leaders
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Hutton Under-10s defeated Nailsea 5-0 to maintain top spot in the division.
LEAGUE leaders Hutton Under-10s travelled to Nailsea and returned with a 5-0 victory.
Hutton started with the squad of Jack Buckingham in goal, Jack Buzby, Jack Harris, Kris Hooper, Sid Sugg, Scott Hammond-Lumber, Jude Hankinson, Owen Janes and Lewis Sloan.
After implementing squad rotation and the new goal kick rules, Hutton got off to a poor start with many chances missed in front of goal.
After the break, the game rolled in their favour when Jack Buzby broke down the defence with a sublime hat-trick from midfield, followed by Scott dancing his way through for a solo effort.
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Sid gave a battling performance and deserved a goal, but Owen got the final touch. The defence of Jude, Jack Harris and Kris broke down many attacks, giving Buckingham an easy time and a special mention for the hard-working Lewis.
UPHILL Castle Under-15s travelled to Berrow for a cup game and lost the match 3-1 due to set pieces and a lack of a cutting edge.
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The first two goals game from set pieces where Uphill switched off. Tom Stephens and Hugh Parry tested the Berrow keeper in the first-half, but he made two good saves to deny them.
The second half was better from Uphill with some neat football. Uphill conceded a third before James Bromley’s corner saw Connor head against the crossbar before captain Callum Abraham tapped in the rebound.
Granny George man of the match was Hugh Parry.
WESTON Crusaders Under-14s came with an emphatic away victory over local rivals Hutton.
Crusaders began strongly and scored after two minutes from a corner when a Hutton player put into his own goal. The back five of Rac, Buxton, Chadwick and Ellis-Barker, with Burgess in goal, were outstanding throughout.
The midfield of Cox, Morteo, Santoro and Grant played some delightful football, with Havard and Thomas up front a handful.
Goals came at regular intervals as Thomas (2), Ellis-Barker, Cox, and Morteo made the half-time score 6-0.
Changes at half-time saw Redding, Bonner and Denyer enter the fray as Crusaders continued to outplay and bombard the Hutton goal. Further goals came from Redding, Denyer and Havard sealed an impressive 9-0 victory.
IN a game of two halves, Weston Town Under-12s carved out an impressive win away to Clevedon Youth.
Weston started with a line-up of Chamberlain in goal behind a back three of Sharp, Marshall and Bambury. Pritchet played behind an attacking trio of Large, Maidment and Silcox, with Heal playing centre-forward.
Weston were rewarded after good work in defence from Bambury and Marshall saw Silcox put Large into space and he was able to set up Heal to make it 1-0 to Weston. Clevedon pressure was rewarded when they equalised before the break.
The second half saw Weston find their passing game and Marshall finished powerfully after Heal put him through on goal. Maidment was unlucky not to score after beating the Clevedon defence with some good dribbling.
Weston continued to look impressive and after a great tackle, Sharp put Heal through on goal to make it 3-1. After another good ball from Silcox, Heal got on the score sheet again.
Heal bagged his hat-trick three minutes later after Chamberlain picked him out with a fine drop kick. Clevedon were still a danger on the counter, and after some great skill they scored with a well struck shot.
This seemed to spur Weston on and they completed their impressive second half display with a fine finish after a powerful run and finish from Marshall.
Man of the match went to Archie Heal.
BURNHAM Under-16s came out on top with a narrow 2-1 win over Cheddar Valley Dynamos.
Burnham were the better team in the first-half, but only had one goal to show for their efforts with a fine long-range strike from Partridge.
Cheddar came back strongly in the second half and deservedly equalised. Burnham had to defend well for the rest of the half and credit must go to White, Durrant, Costello and Podbury, who were a great defensive unit.
As the game looked to be heading for a stalemate, Partridge scored another long-range goal, giving the Cheddar goalie no chance.
Barrington and Son man of the match was Darren Partridge.
BURNHAM United Under-10s have been donated new kit by Co-operative Funeral Services in Adam Street, Burnham.
In the photo are Riley, Charlie, Dan, Harry, Louie, Max, Joe, Dylan, Luke, Carter, Jordan, Mace, Jay, Nicholas, Nathan, Haide, with coaches Mike Osborne and Luke Hussey. Missing was Louis B. Also pictured is Julie McArthy from the sponsors.
Burnham United Under-10s. Photo: Mike Lang Photography.
ON Saturday, Worle JFC will be the special guests at Weston AFCs match against Ebbsfleet United.
Weston is encouraging junior football teams to attend one of their matches during the season free of charge. Weston is also offering coaching sessions and a mini game on the pitch at half-time (weather permitting).
If your club would like to attend, please email Gregg Turner on email@example.com
Worle Juniors are currently looking to strengthen their Under-11 team, If interested, please email Dave on firstname.lastname@example.org