Cup holders Weston through to the final again

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Somerset Floodlight Youth League Roger Stone Memorial Cup holders Weston have reached the final again.

Welton Rovers 3

Weston 5

HOLDERS Weston made it through to the final of the Somerset Floodlight Youth League Roger Stone Memorial Cup with a comfortable victory at Welton.

On a battered playing surface, the home side took the lead, but the advantage was short lived and Kailan Gould netted the equaliser.


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Gould converted a Tyler Davis header for a 2-1 lead and Davis turned from provider to scorer with the third, before arguably the goal of the evening saw defender Glenville Hayer rifle home from 40 yards.

The home side pulled two goals back early in the second period before Weston’s influential midfield dynamo William Sneddon-Coombes extinguished any notions of a potential come back with the fifth. The man of the match award, kindly sponsored by Capille Construction Ltd, was awarded to Kailan Gould.

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The final is at the Woodspring Stadium, Weston, on April 8 (7.45pm).

Weston 6

Gillingham Town 0

WITH Weston’s three leading goalscorers (Kailan Gould, Tyler Davis and George King) all called up to the first team squad, Weston’s reshuffled side illustrated their strength in depth.

They recorded an emphatic victory over one-time table-toppers Gillingham Town to ramp up the pressure on the leaders in the Premier Division of the Somerset Floodlight Youth League.

Jack Goodell and Antigua and Barbuda Under-17 international Taryn Selway-Joseph were called up from the club’s Under-16s and did their claims for future inclusion no harm, along with Lucas Ellman and Daniel O’ Leary.

Daniel O’Leary netted a hat-trick, after good work by William Arnold and Jack Carey, who scored the fourth goal. Mateusz Trybull scored the goal of the evening from a stunning 25-yard free-kick before Jack Goodell rounded off the scoring.

The man of the match award, kindly sponsored by Capille Construction Ltd, was awarded to Daniel O’ Leary.

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