Hutton remain top of the league

A 4-0 victory over St Nicholas was enough to see Hutton Girls Under-14s remain top of the league.

HUTTON Girls Under-14 came away from St Nicholas with a hard fought 4-0 victory to remain top of the table.

The first-half was very even with the Hutton midfield of Natalia Bak, Ellie Burrows, Zoe Collyer, Meg Williams and Maddy Ballam (making her Hutton debut) battling well, while the strike partnership of Amelia Seaton and Jess Walrond had several chances to score.

Lottie Lewis, Kaci Horner and Eilidh Patterson in the Hutton defence dealt with every threat and Livvy Worley in the Hutton goal was rarely troubled.

The only goal of the first-half came when a St Nicks goal kick was intercepted superbly by Bak and her through ball was driven home by Jess Walrond.

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After the break, the introduction of Mel Heath and Lorna Perry saw Hutton start to dominate play. Hutton’s second goal came when Williams spread the ball wide to Bak and her pass inside was finished well by Heath.

Further chances fell to Walrond and Seaton before Hutton scored again through Walrond, after good work by Lewis, Ballam, Burrows and Heath.

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With the St Nicks players tiring, Hutton rounded off the scoring when Heath latched onto a ball from Burrows to make the final score 4-0.

Hutton McDonalds Weston girl of the game was awarded to Natalia Bak, with Ellie Burrows being awarded the supporter’s player trophy.

MENDIP White Sox Under-13s unbeaten run looked to be in danger as they travelled to Clevedon, a team they had yet to get a point off.

It was a physical game, with both teams strong in the challenge. Captain Ryla Cooper was involved with every White Sox move, well supported by Ruby Stickley.

Clevedon eventually broke through and took the lead. This spurred White Sox on and with a majority of the play now in the Clevedon half, Aga Maciejczyk hit the post and Stickley went close, before Cooper drilled home an equaliser from distance.

Nikita Monk had a great game in goal, saving a penalty and tipping another on to the bar. Yet it was Stickley who was awarded girl of the game for her all-round performance.

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