Kearsey double sinks Westbury
Two goals from Matt Kearsey inspired Weston to a hard-working victory over Westbury.
Westbury D 2
WESTON started the game well with the midfield and defence of Kylie Sully, CJ Neate, Paul Skinner and Chris Bryant combining well and putting together some good passes.
Weston took the lead when captain Jack Pitt set up Matt Kearsey to make a fine solo run and put the ball past the keeper from a tight angle. Weston went further ahead after more good work from Kearsey, taking advantage of gaps in the Westbury defence.
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Westbury managed to pull one back before Weston were awarded a penalty flick after good work by Rob Huish, with Pitt despatching the ball past the keeper.
Westbury battled hard again and sneaked another after a defensive mistake, but Weston sealed the game after Huish made a brilliant far post run to tap the ball in.
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Synter Mercedes Benz man of the match was Matt Godwin for a brilliant display in goal.
WESTON Ladies Under-14 lost 3-1 in an entertaining game against Firebrands.
Weston played some great hockey for their first game of the junior league and their player of the match and goalscorer was Emily Watkins.
Weston squad: Esme, Alison Reep, Summer Davis, Lauryn Maine, Jamie Freeman, Ollie Barnes, Tori Leeks, Ella Howe, Lucy Fletcher, Emma Caney, Emily Watkins (captain) and Becca Lucas.
Weston train every Sunday at Priory School (10-11.30am) New members are welcome to come along on Sunday, or alternatively call 07709 431476 for more details. Adult members are also welcome on a Wednesday from 6.45pm.