Kewstoke continued their unbeaten start
Kewstoke Athletic Under-15s remain unbeaten after defeating Cheddar Valley Jets 4-2.
KEWSTOKE Athletic Under-15s continued their unbeaten start to the season in front of their new sponsor Harlow Hygiene, with a 4-2 victory over Cheddar Valley Jets.
Kewstoke’s first goal came from a goal kick from keeper James Adams, which found Charlie Gibbons who netted. Kewstoke played with great flair using the wings to great effect, resulting in their second which came from some fine one-touch football from Norville, Lloyd-Evans and Donoughue, whose pass found Kellaway to beat the Cheddar keeper.
Before half-time, Gibbons netted his second following good work from Theo Payan and Marc Frost.
After the break, Kewstoke’s momentum was stifled by good defending by Cheddar. Kewstoke’s patience was rewarded following another fantastic interchange of passing with Stewart, Biggs and Malone involved, resulting in Kellaway scoring.
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Against the run of play Cheddar scored two late goals, which was not enough to prevent Kewstoke remaining top of Division 3.
Harlowe Hygiene man of the match was Nick Riley.
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The Under-10s A team gained a well-earned point coming from behind twice, against Priory Pumas.
Great defending from Robin Crundwell, combined with excellent wing play from Liam Horsnell and Lewis Paterson kept up the pressure. Two goals from man of the match Paterson saw the game finish 2-2 and set up a cup fixture between these two sides in November.
The Under-10s B team picked up their third win of the campaign with striker Sol Midgley opening up the scoring with his first of the season to see Kewstoke go in at half-time 1-0 up.
Good defending from Kyle Burnley and midfielder Lloyd Chudley kept the pressure on until Midgley fired home his second. Keelan Hodges-Swales scored his third goal of the season to make it 3-0, before Priory Pumas scored two minutes from time.
The Under-14s progressed to the next round of the Lewin Cup after a competitive game against Churchill Club 70.
Both teams started well, but great tackling and clearances from Richardson and Haskayne helped subdue the Churchill attack. Kewstoke took the lead through Harding, following good work from Eardley.
Kewstoke doubled their lead after a corner from Harding took a deflection into the net. Churchill pulled one back, but nerves were settled when Will O’Hagan flicked a shot past the keeper.
In the second half, Kewstoke scored their fourth when Fondu took his chance and more chances followed, but the Churchill keeper made some great saves. Churchill did managed to reduce the deficit to two, but it was not enough and Kewstoke finished strongly.
Gordano Valley Giants started brightly, but it was the Under-11s who took the lead with a fine solo effort from Szymon Swiercrwna.
Gordano hit back with two quick goals, both coming from corners. Ashley Hastewell levelled before the break.
The second half saw Kewstoke take more control and using both wings effectively. Swiercrwna soon got his second goal, as too did Hastewell, following some determined play from Jack Howard in the middle.
Matty Frost scored Kewstoke’s fifth, well supported by Andy Page Web Design man of the match Joe Morrish.
New shirts for Kewstoke Juniors Under-11s, courtesy of Green Pastures Veterinary Centre in Weston Village, gave Division 1 new boys a welcome lift, which resulted in a win against Clevedon United and their first points of the season.
Kewstoke took a while to settle and Pugh, Crinson and Nicholls started to find some gaps in Clevedon’s defensive, but out of the blue Kewstoke went a goal down. The defence of Sweeting, Robinson, Laughton and Creech then took control and it wasn’t long before striker Teboh equalised.
Mateo Turvey came on before half-time and worked hard, putting some lovely balls through for Manville and Teboh.
The second half saw another goal from Teboh, but goalkeeper Carter become the victim of a cheeky nutmeg and another Clevedon goal. Kewstoke hit back with goals from Crinson and Manville.
Substitutes Pius Nkeng found some nice positions and Sam Manning-Hill was strong in defence.
The final score finished 4-2 to Kewstoke and Green Pastures Veterinary Centre man of the match went to Kieran Hill.
WORLE Under-13s gave a much better performance this week, beating Swiss Valley Rangers 2-1.
Josh Trowbridge opened the scoring after a great pass by Thomas Starr. Worle had the better chances, but could but increase their lead.
After the break, Josh Makin, who was magnificent all game, deflected the ball into his own net to make it 1-1. Worle kept pressing and were rewarded when JT smashed the ball home for the winner.
Trowbridge Plumbing and Heating man of the match went to Josh Makin.
The Under-9s made it five wins from five games with a great performance against Axbridge, running out 19-0 winners.
Goal scorers on the day were Bailey Kempster scoring a massive 10 goals, Joseph Plumley a double hat-trick and Callum Masterman added three. The defence controlled Axbridge attacks well, which allowed the creative midfield to keep up the pressure until the final whistle.
Credit must go to Axbridge for never giving up and playing the game in a great spirit.
WESTON Town Under-15s had a disappointing 2-2 draw with Yatton.
Defensively, Josh Manaton and Jason Bristow excelled dealing with Yatton attacks. Going forward Mike Doe was creative in midfield, but it remained goal-less at the break.
A change in shape for the second half seemed to work and they took the lead when Doe netted. Minutes later, more good build up play resulted in Danny Foan curling a shot round the keeper.
Yatton battled back however and scored two quick goals. Despite finishing the game strongly, Yatton held on for a point. Man of the match went Josh Manaton.
The Under-15s visited Nailsea and came away with a 3-2 win. Nailsea started brightly and took the lead after winning a penalty and then doubled their lead soon after from a corner.
Weston dug deep and started to play some great attacking football. Dan Vowles pulled a goal back with a smart finish before Danny Foan hit the post. Sammy Baker and Mike Doe started to boss the midfield and the equaliser followed with Foan making no mistake.
After the break, Weston dominated and kept Nailsea in their half. Sam Meikle and Jake Grimes ran Nailsea ragged before Weston took the lead. A sublime through ball from from Foan set Vowles away and he fired home. Nailsea rallied and produced an outstanding save from keeper Jordan Paton, but Weston closed out the game well. Man of the match went to Dan Vowles.
CRUSADERS Under-12s continued their good form with an impressive win at Wedmore.
They dominated from the start and opened the scoring when Thomas ran onto a through ball to put Crusaders one up. The midfield of Shipway, Ellis-Barker, Morteo, Havard and Redding created chances during the first half and only outstanding saves by the Wedmore goalkeeper kept the score down.
The back five of Rac, Cox, Bonner, Filby and Santoro dealt with the Wedmore attack and at the break Denyer and Burgess came on.
The second half was much the same, with Wedmore defending and tiring as the game went on. Further goals by Havard, Shipway, Denyer and Morteo sealed the win.
Crusaders man of the match was Lorenzo Santoro.
The Under-11s extended their unbeaten record when they visited Portishead. Crusaders started strongly and a perfect corner from Daniel Bugg met the head of Matthew Hayden to make the score 1-0 at half-time.
Crusaders dominated again in the second half, with a cross from Sonny Carr meeting the head of Samuel Stocker to make the final score 2-0 to Crusaders.
Chutneys man of the match went to Daniel Ferguson.
PRIORY Rangers Under-12s started well against Burnham and took the lead when Dan Nunnes-Hunt played a great ball through to James Flower to score.
Burnham equalised before Priory took control again with some excellent team work and ball control. The defence of Nick Hitchens, Joe Fennell, Isaac Sloan, Ben Lewis and Cameron Jamieson laid a solid platform.
The midfield engine of Harry Beresford and Kieron Smith controlled the game, with some exceptional passes to Christian Jones and Dan Press on the wings. After 20 minutes Jones crossed into the box for Jamieson to put Priory ahead.
After another corner, Jones crossed over again and found the head of Jamieson who made it 3-1. A superb first-half performance was rounded off when Lewis set up Flower for his second.
After the break, substitutes Sam Simons, Kacper Kiminski, George D’Rozario and Bailey Backler all came on. Burnham scored twice to make it 4-3 with 10 minutes remaining.
With a minute left, Burnham broke forward in numbers, only for Hitchens to make a fantastic save and make the three points safe for Priory.
? PRIORY Vikings Under-13s are still looking for new players.
Training is held every Wednesday at 6pm at Worle Rec in Station Road. For more details call Jeff on 07973 120845.
? TRAINING will start for Banwell’s new under-6/7s team, 10.30-11.30am, October 23 at the Riverside ground, BS29 6EE.
For more information, call Dan White on 07540 418057.