Crusaders crush Locking to reach the semi-finals of the cup
Crusaders Under-13s reached the semi-finals of the cup with a comprehensive victory over Locking.
A RAMPANT Weston Crusaders Under-13s swept aside Division 3 side Locking in the cup to reach the semi-finals.
Snedds opened the scoring with a brace, before Jake secured a first-half hat-trick and Charlie helped himself to two quick goals.
Ben, Tom, Joel, Aidan and Blondie all moved the ball well, as two goals from James, a hat-trick from Thomas and well-taken goals from Harry P and Ethan meant the score ended 14-0 as Crusaders marched through to the semis.
MILTON Nomads Under-14s match at Yatton Athletic was a tough encounter, with a first-half that was evenly poised.
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Nomads’ midfield of Dean Chrisostomou, Drew Hodges, Sam Parkinson, Avasi Lucas, George Harris-Aucott and Jacob Flavell worked hard to contain a lively Yatton team.
Nomads were rewarded when Matthew Frost capitalised on a through ball from Cai Williams and beat the keeper at the second attempt.
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In the second half, Nomads stepped up a gear and with the defence of Charlie Woodards in goal, Tyler Pooley, Lewis Milkins and Jack Rickwood not allowing the Yatton attack any clear chances, they scored three further goals with Drew Hodges scoring twice and Sam Parkinson converting a penalty.
Man of the match was Tyler Pooley.
UPHILL Castle Under-16s started the game well against Hutton and were much the better team in the first 20 minutes, but could not make that count with a goal.
A poor challenge from Lucas Elliman saw him receive a yellow card and shortly after Hutton opened the scoring, a shot hitting the post and bouncing in off Uphill keeper Hathway.
In the second half, Uphill lacked penetration and poor defending saw Uphill concede a second goal. Referee Dave Trevaskus controlled the game extremely well in difficult circumstances.
Seymour Roofing man of the match was Ed Deane.
LUKE Russe and Dan Lammiman, who both attend Worle Community School, have been offered two-year football scholarships with Bristol Rovers.
Both are in Year 11 and have both been picked for Somerset Under-16s and North Somerset Schools and were part of North Somerset’s most successful team, reaching the semi-finals of the English Schools District Cup in 2012.