Hutton girl hit 12 goals to remain second in the table
Hutton Under-14 Girls defeated Brislington 12-0 to remain second in the leagua table.
HUTTON Under-14 Girls visited Brislington and came away with a fantastic 12-0 win to remain second in the league.
Hutton largely dominated play in both halves with Mel Heath and Ellie Burrows scoring four goals each, with Zoe Collyer adding two goals of her own.
The goals were set up with some fine play from the midfield of Heath, Collyer, Lauren Small, who played some majestic passes, Natalia Bak, and Livvy Worley, while Lorna Perry was a constant threat up front, setting up three goals herself.
The defence of Lottie Lewis, Kaci Horner and Eilidh Patterson were largely untroubled, with Kerri Townsend in the Hutton goal being a mere spectator.
Lewis and Patterson were pushed forward in the second half and grabbed themselves a goal each.
The McDonalds Weston girl of the game was awarded to Ellie Burrows, with Kaci Horner winning the supporter’s player award.
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WITH no league matches, Wedmore girls organised a friendly match between their Under-12 and Under-10 teams.
The game started with numerical superiority in the hands of the Under-10s, coached by Livi Gillions. The Woodcock twins, Jessie and Ella, were a thorn in the Under-12s side and it was no surprise when Jessie ran through to slot past Poppy Whittingham in to give the little ones an early lead.
Soon after, the older girls took revenge as top scorer Sofia Scriven, ably assisted by strike partner Libby Tucker, equalised past the excellent keeper Mia Jennings. However, Jemima Thurling crashed in a long-range shot to make it 2-1 to the Under-10s.
Daisy Moss changed sides to the Under-12s and the game changed as a result, despite fantastic effort by the Under 10s, led by their player of the match Amelia Pargeter. Scriven set up two quick goals for the older girls, much to coach Lili Podpadec’s joy, one for strike partner Tucker and the other for team captain Kaitlin Pettit, leaving the half-time score 3-2 to the older girls.
After the break, Kaitlin set up Tucker to gain a two-goal cushion and it soon became 5-2 when Tucker and Scriven played a one-two for Scriven to slot home.
Moss was switched back to the younger side and soon afterwards Jennings, now out of goal and replaced by Saskia Munyard, smashed home an unstoppable shot.
Any danger of an Under-10s comeback was snuffed out by Lucy Baker and Abie Powell, who were winning every tackle.
The game was decided by Scriven, who set up two late goals for Tucker and Kaitlin Pettit to settle the result.