Disappoint Worle slip to defeat

Churchill v Winscombe AFC

Churchill v Winscombe AFC - Credit: Archant

Worle were defeated by Nailsea Town Reserves in their poorest performance of the season so far.

Nailsea Town Res 3

Worle 1

WORLE gave their poorest performance of the season against a Nailsea Town side strengthened by their first team not having a game.

Worle went behind early on when poor marking allowed the home striker to beat Josh Vongeyer in the Worle goal to put them 1-0 up. The second goal saw a Nailsea forward upended in the penalty area, with the spot kick successful.


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Worle made a change at half-time, bringing on Frazier Rendall for Rio and chances started to come, but Worle found themselves further behind when Carl Chisholm beat the offside trap and rounded Vongeyer to put the home side 3-0 up.

Worle dominated the rest of the game and scored through Rendall with 20 minutes to go. The away side found new belief and further chances fell to Jake Sprague and Clements.

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Worle are home on Saturday to Nailsea United Reserves (3pm) and will look to get back on track with another three points.

Worle are also looking for sponsors for training kit, so if any firm want to have their company associated with this progressive community club, please call Gary on 07534 957980.

Kewstoke Lions 4

Nailsea Utd Res 0

KEWSTOKE maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a comprehensive win over Nailsea.

Paul Marquis opened the scoring within five minutes after a good pass by Rob Vowles. Leon Brueford doubled the lead with a back post header from an Aaron Bray corner.

Kewstoke had to weather a 10 minute storm from Nailsea, with Alex Blake making a superb save and tipping another onto the crossbar.

Vowles deservedly killed the game after a cool finish and Marquis added his second direct from a corner kick.

The Windsor Pub man of the match was shared between Mark Adams and Phil Hockey.

Churchill Club 70 1

Winscombe 6

WINSCOMBE easily defeated local rivals Churchill 6-1 and move up to third place in the league table.

Winscombe started brightly and could have gone ahead in the first minute when Hyden was put through, but Chris James saved well for Churchill. Hyden and Bailey were causing trouble down the right, as were Flint and Horwood on the left.

Hughes, Clark and Stoves were having a field day in midfield and it was a surprise it took until the 25th minute until Winter scored.

The second half saw Winscombe score four goals in six minutes. Flint (2), Clark and Winter all scored and they made it 6-0 when Hyden netted.

It looked like it was going to be another clean sheet, but Churchill were awarded a penalty when Hosey fouled Fozzard, who converted from the spot.

On Saturday, Winscombe are home to Clevedon Town. Winscombe Fish Bar man of the match was Nick Hyden.

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