Hutton hit top form against Dynamos
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Hutton Under-10s gave a display of attacking free-flowing football against Cheddar Valley Dynamos.
WITH the league title already won, Hutton Under-10s entertained Cheddar Valley Dynamos and put on a display of attacking free-flowing football.
Jacob Dwyer covering for the absent defenders got the first with a solo run. Scott Hammond-Lumber dribbled his way and presented Alex Cremer with a tap-in. Lewis Sloan scored from outside the box, before Jacob got his second and Scott from the halfway line.
Wonderful passing by Sid Sheppard-Sugg presented Tommy Carter with a goal. He then did the same for Cremer’s second. A well-hit shot by Lewis was saved, but dropped kindly for Cremer to complete his hat-trick.
Not to be outdone, Scott scored from outside the box. Jack Buckingham came out of goal to score and the final goal of the game went to Hammond-Lumber for his hat-trick.
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Special mention must be made of the defensive work by Jude Hankinson and Ethan Franklin.
The final score was 11-0 which took Hutton’s tally for the league and cup this season to 103 scored and five conceded.
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UPHILL Castle made it 11 out of 11 wins in the league with a hard-earned 2-1 victory over Burnbridge Wanderers.
Uphill dominated the opening stages of the game with midfielders Cam Frost, Cam Milkins, Brad Hassells and Will Hillman all playing well. Uphill’s early chances were long-range efforts from Jack Edwards and Jordan Shepherd.
The rare attacks by Burnbridge were dealt comfortably by Uphill defenders Josh Thorne, Sam Calvert, Harry Askins and Jamie Borrett.
Uphill took a deserved lead when a long pass by Calvert sent Edwards through and he made no mistake with a neat finish. Burnbridge responded by forcing keeper Josh Skuse to make two excellent saves.
At the start of the second half Uphill were rocked by a Burnbridge equaliser. With Alex Loveridge, Sam Andrews and Kyle Fowler working hard, Uphill continued to take the game to Burnbridge.
With only minutes left, Uphill looked to maintain their 100 per cent record and the goal came in the last minute when following a poor clearance, Thorne beat a defender before firing it past the keeper to seal a 2-1 victory.
The Old Thatched Cottage player of the match was Cam Frost.
WESTON Crusaders Under-12s had a tricky away fixture at Clevedon and the sides were evenly matched in windy conditions in the first-half.
Having absorbed some early pressure and survived a few early scares, Crusaders found their passing game, and move of the match saw the lively Churchill denied by a fine save from the Clevedon keeper.
Charlie looked a constant threat combining well with Ethan on a number of occasions. Clevedon took the lead deep into injury time from an own goal.
Crusaders started to look more dangerous in the second half and deservedly got back on level terms with a wonder strike by Ben from outside the box. Charlie then outpaced everyone to force home a second.
Lewis made a string of outstanding saves and Snedds, Joel and Tom all had good efforts saved at the other end. James, Reece and Blondie were solid in defence and Ethan, Charlie and Thomas all fought hard as Crusaders held out for an excellent win.
Man of the match sponsored by Wayne Coombes Decorating went to Lewis Hicks and James Morris.
The Under-10s travelled to play Clevedon Colts in the Woodspring League. The A team played first with Billy Lammiman, Ben Porter and Adam Shobbrook scoring as they produced a 3-0 win.
The B team match followed with Corbyn Hadler, Emilien Nozahic, Patrick Nkneg and team captain James Bonner all scoring in their 6-1 win.
ALTHOUGH this was a poor performance by Burnham United Under-16s, the result was all that mattered and Burnham can look forward to the quarter-final draw. Although missing players through injury and suspension, Burnham were unable to create as many chances as normal and went into half-time1-0 up with a tap-in by Rosser.
St Georges pushed players forward in the second half with White, Costello and Durrant doing well to protect James in goal. Burnham dominated possession and after several near misses by Harding, Jeffries and Partridge, the game was settled by captain for the day Charlie White.
Burnham know they will have to play much better in their County Cup semi-final at home against Bath Arsenal on Sunday.
WESTON Town Under-12s went into this game against table-topping Priory Pumas with only nine fit players.
Manaton had to drop from defence to goalkeeper and enjoyed an excellent game. Sharp moved to centre back and was solid, with a controlling display, while Murphy and Silcox both worked tirelessly as full-backs.
The midfield of Pritchet and Thomas showed they are a match for anyone in this league with another powerhouse display. Large and Heal had some great individual moments that almost lead to a breakthrough for Town, with Maidment also going close.
In the first-half, Priory used the wind to their advantage with a constant assault on the Weston goal, without having any clear-cut opportunities.
The second half was a turnaround with Weston piling on the pressure. A corner from Murphy was headed against the bar by Heal. Late on, Priory broke through and only a fine save from Manaton kept the sides level.
Man of the match went to Silcox.