Hutton remain unbeaten
Hutton Under-9s remain unbeaten in the league after a 6-1 victory at Banwell.
HUTTON Under-9s continue their unbeaten league run with a 6-1 victory at Banwell.
Starting the game slowly, Hutton went ahead through Scott Hammond Lumbers’ fantastic run, beating three tackles to finish calmly. Banwell equalised, meaning Hutton conceded their first goal of the season.
The lead was quickly regained with Jacob Dwyer getting Hutton’s second. The defence of Jude Hankinson and Bailey Hughes closed the doors and stopped Banwell’s attack, forcing the ball to the midfield where Oliver Luscombe and Jack Mcollum passed it around with ease.
The second half became the Scott and Jacob show, with both players getting their hat-tricks. Changes in the last 10 minutes allowed Hutton keeper Jack Buckingham to come out to the attack and Kristopher Hooper and Ethan Wheatley supported the fantastic team effort.
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MILTON Nomads Under-12s won 7-0 away at Cheddar Valley.
Nomads started well with a corner from Jacob Flavell headed in by Jack Rickwood. Nomads doubled their lead with a second scored by Dean Chrisostomou. Another Flavell corner found its way into the net off a Cheddar defender. Olly Cunningham then added a fourth before half-time.
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The second half started with Nomads’ defence of Lewis Barber, Tyler Pooley, Harry Little, Jack Rickwood, George Fulcher and Charlie Woodards in goal dominating the Cheddar attack.
The midfield of Harry Spencer, Cai Williams, Lewis Milkins, Olly Cunningham and Jacob Flavell worked well to create a fifth goal for Nomads, scored by Lewis Milkins. Cai Williams added a sixth and Flavell rounded off a fantastic performance when he finished off a great move following a good pass from George Darch, helped on by George Harris-Aucott. Man of the match was Jacob Flavell.
CRUSADERS Under-13s played away to Bath AFC in the second round of the Somerset Cup and came away victorious.
Crusaders began strongly and scored when Thomas beat his defender and netted. The midfield of Santoro, Thomas-Barker, Morteo and Cox linked well with the forward strike force of Havard and Thomas.
The back five of Rac, Redding, Bonner and Chadwick were in control with Burgess in goal rarely in action. Ten minutes before half-time and Bath equalised after the Crusaders defence failed to deal with a long ball. Denyer and Buxton, back from injury, joined the affray to add a bit more steel to the defence.
Straight after the break, Thomas added a second, Havard a third and then Thomas completed his hat-trick to make the score 4-1. Jones came on to make his debut up front and his partnership with Thomas had the Bath defence in all sorts of trouble.
Bath then threw everything at Crusaders and scored two goals in quick succession to make it 4-3. The game was made safe when Thomas-Barker added a fifth from a free kick. Two minutes later, Jones scored a penalty to make the final score 6-3 to Crusaders.
Weston Crusaders man of the match was Cory Thomas-Barker.
The Under-12s travelled to Backwell and came away victorious in a 4-1 win.
Crusaders started well and after three near misses, Patch headed in the first goal after a shot from Walsh. Five minutes later, Matthew Hayden and Tom Petch scored, making the half-time score 3-0.
After the break, Backwell pulled a goal back, but Crusaders battled on and Hayden scored to make the final score 4-1.
Personalised engraving man of the match went to Ty Jamieson.
The Under-11s can take a lot of positives from a battling performance against a powerful Clevedon side.
Soggy conditions made it difficult for free flowing football and defences were on top in the first-half, with both sides having a goal chalked off for offside.
Crusaders improved after the break with Ethan hitting the post and some fine saves from Harry keeping the opposition at bay. A well-taken lob with minutes to go broke Crusaders’ hearts and clinched the game for Clevedon.
Some tough tackling from Tom, Bradley, CJ and Blondie all merit a mention.
PRIORY Vikings Under-14s are looking for players for this season to play in the Woodspring Junior Football League.
They would welcome any boys that want to play football and will have their 14th birthday between September 1, 2012, and August 31, 2013, to come along to training.
Training is on Wednesday evenings (6pm) at Worle School on the 3G pitches. All coaches are CRB checked and FA qualified.
If you would like any further information, please contact Steve Thomas on 07976 709128 or Scott Gallacher on 07825 713279.
The Under-10s are also looking for a goalkeeper for this season.