Kewstoke's unbeaten run ended by Hutton

Kewstoke Lions 1 Hutton 2 - KEWSTOKE'S unbeaten run came to end in a match with local rivals Hutton.

Kewstoke Lions 1

Hutton 2

KEWSTOKE'S unbeaten run came to end in a match with local rivals Hutton. Kewstoke started the match well, Aaron Bray on his debut, missing a chance in the first minute.

Hutton took the lead from a free kick by Damon Smith and ended the half 1-0 in the lead.

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The second half started much the same, but Hutton pressed hard and doubled the lead through Mark Jones.

Kewstoke made some early changes with Ash Brewer, Alex Chatterly and Rich Collins coming on after time out with injury.

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Kewstoke pressed late on and Chatterly scored with a cool finish. Kewstoke will need to show a lot more commitment and passion if they are to improve over the rest of the season.

Mike Warburton's man of the match went to Hutton's number 11.

Yatton Res 2

Winscombe Res 4

DESPITE a striker crisis, Guy Bradford's rusty Winscombe swept in two goals either side of half-time to put themselves second in Division 2.

Winscombe put themselves 2-0 ahead in the opening 10 minutes. Jory Cureton's bullet header opened the account after connecting with Dan Horwood's corner, and then Horwood himself made it 2-0.Winscombe at this stage looked comfortable, but against the run of play Yatton pulled a goal back.

Winscombe then regained their two-goal advantage after the break when Kerrie Sleeman scored after picking his spot from an acute angle. Yatton reduced the arrears again when they waltzed through Winscombe's rearguard to make it 3-2.

However, any hopes of sharing the points were quickly revoked when Craig Phillips' classy lob from the edge of the box finally put the result beyond doubt.

Alan Hunt and Jory Cureton were again candidates for man of the match, but Kerrie Sleeman edged the award.

Axbridge Town 8

Kewstoke Lions Res 4

THE Clarets welcomed Kewstoke Lions Reserves to the Furlong Fields for their first Division 3 match in six weeks.

Kewstoke started the better and found themselves 1- 0 up after 30 seconds as a great cross from the right was headed home past Mark Flinders in Town's goal.

Olly Geirmann equalised after being set up by strike partner Phil Bugler, then Town went 2-1 up a minute later. A great cross from Alex Gilmour was met by Bugler who finished with style.

Bugler then had a penalty saved by the Kewstoke keeper, after Geirmann was taken down in the box. Town were then pegged back to 2-2 after a great effort from 30 yards left Flinders with no chance.

Aaron Honeywell scored Town's third, followed by Bugler grabbing Town's fourth after great work by Ian Wait and Dan Tullet.

Alan Masland got the Claret's fifth after Matt Fear put the centre back in with a slide rule pass. Kewstoke scored again to make it 5-3 at the halftime break.

After the break, Town were rewarded a penalty and captain Sammy Lawes calmly slotting the ball home to make it 6-3. Bugler scored to complete his hat-trick again Wait claiming the assist.

This allowed manager Parsons to bring on debutants Joey Kensley, Nick Whittaker and Dan Bushell for the last 20 minutes of the game. Masland then gave away a penalty which was put home to make the score line 7-4, before Kensley was brought down in the area and Lawes again finished well to make it 8-4.

Simon Avery picked up the Town's man of the match award for his tireless running.

Cheddar A 1

Banwell Res 5

BANWELL Reserves travelled to Cheddar after seven weeks without a game for this Division 4 fixture.

The chances started to come after 20 minutes. Taylor, Triffitt and Mitchell all had opportunities, but Banwell went into the break at 0-0.

Banwell took the lead when Beber netted from 25 yards. Good work from Mitchell saw Triffitt double the lead.

Mitchell then created and scored the third on the hour mark and Macleod scored after more good work from Mitchell. The back line of Filby, Allan and the Mitchell brothers along with Carter were passengers for long parts of the game but Carter was forced into a smart save from a Cheddar free kick.

Appleby then picked the ball up 40 yards from goal and fired into the top left corner for the fifth and with just 30 seconds remaining, lack of concentration saw Cheddar score a consolation with the last kick of the game.

This week's man of the match award went to Sam Appleby.

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Weston Players 11

AFC Nailsea Res 1

PLAYERS showed no signs of rust after over a month out of action and opened up 2010 in style with this big win in Division 6.

Raymond was solid in goal, supported by strong defending by Murray, Ashmore, Dabbs, Brock, Criddle and Heron.

Lewis and White battled and tackled hard all game in the middle and were instrumental in many attacks. Half of the Players goals were scored by headers which reflects good wing play by Prior and Brown, who delivered decent crosses and corners all game.

Solev�gseide was involved in every attack up front and Waterhouse showed promise for Players development with an impressive debut.

Goals scored by Solev�gseide (6), Prior (2), Owen 1, Waterhouse 1 and an own goal after great work by Brown. Man of the match to the whole team for a confidence boosting win.

Worle Rangers 5

St George EIG B 1

RANGERS produced a fine team performance to maintain their Division 6 promotion challenge.

Rangers started strongly, Marc Trewern posing plenty of dangers on the left wing and Adam Brown and Chris McKee proving to be too strong and pacy for the visitors defence.

Jamie Ingersent fired in the first goal as St George failed to clear a corner. McKee then went on a scoring rampage, scoring a perfect hat-trick in a 20 minute spell with a header and two well-taken goals with a left and right foot strike.

St George pulled a goal back just before half time from the penalty spot, but Worle were well worth their 4-1 half time lead.

The result was put beyond doubt as McKee headed his fourth just 10 minutes into the second half, allowing Rangers to relax and play some attractive football.

Jake Hannam dominated midfield and full-backs Dave Taylor and Paul Shire had plenty of time on the ball. Trewern produced one of his best performances of the season and Rangers could have added to their lead as Ingersent and Liam Willmant missed good chances late on.

Rangers man of the match went to McKee.

Weston Super Seagulls 4

Dynamo Dury Res 3

POOR conditions meant for a scrappy game between two of the front runners in this Division 6 encounter.

Keeper Baz and the back four of Oddy, Hester, Fox and Flay dealt with the dynamo long ball with ease in the first half. This along with the tireless effort of the midfield quartet of Green, Marsh, Perrott and Boyd helped Seagulls go in at half time with a 1-0 lead after Perrott headed in an excellent Hester free kick.

With Main and Farr causing Dynamo problems throughout and Hewlett and Ferry's introduction at half time, Seagulls stormed into a 4-0 lead.

Main scored from close range after a Delap-like throw from Hester. Farr smashed into the top corner and Boyd lobbed the keeper from the byline.

Dynamo managed to pull back three goals late on when Seagulls were reduced to 10 men through injury.

Brett Sedgbeer man of match was close between Boyd, Main and Green, but went to Green.


Division 1: Churchill Club 70 Res 1, Nailsea Utd A 0; Kewstoke Lions 1, Hutton 2.

Division 2: Clevedon Utd A 2, Clarence Park 1; Selkirk Utd 4, Worle Res 2; Yatton Ath Res 2, Winscombe Res 4; Westland Utd Res 2, Draycott 0.

Division 3: Axbridge Town 8, Kewstoke Lions Res 4; Burnham Utd A 0, Congresbury Res 1; Wedmore 3, Wrington Redhill Res 2; Winscombe A 1, Nailsea Utd B 4.

Division 4: Cheddar A 1, Banwell Res 5; Clevedon Dons 3, King Alfred Sports Centre 0.

Division 5: AFC Nailsea 4, KVFC Res 4; Sparta Kewstoke 1, Dynamo Dury 3; St George EiG A 5, Weston St Johns SB Res 1.

Division 6: Weston Players 11, AFC Nailsea Res 1; Weston Super Seagulls 4, Dynamo Dury Res 3; Worle Rangers 5, St George EiG B 1.

All other games postponed because of waterlogged pitches.


Davis Shield quarter-finals: Clevedon Utd B v Nailsea Utd B (N Wakley); East Worle Res v Bournville Rovers Res (A Locker); Selkirk Utd Res v Dynamo Dury Res (L Gillam).

Division 1: Bournville Rovers v Milton Crusaders (R Hooper); East Worle v Hutton (P Reynolds); KVFC v Churchill Club 70 Res (D Roberts); Nailsea Town Res v Kewstoke Lions (K Fox); Portishead Town A v Nailsea Utd A (I Madge); Weston St Johns Sports Bar v Cleeve West Town Res (M Davies).

Division 2: Clarence Park v Portishead Workmans Club (M Sprague); Portishead Town B v Clevedon Utd A (P Fisher); St George EiG Res v Selkirk Utd (A Murphy); Winscombe Res v Westland Utd Res (A Fry); Worle Res v Draycott (P Fowler); Yatton Ath Res v Locking Park (T Billinghurst).

Division 3: Burnham Utd A v Weston St Johns Res (W Dancer); Congresbury Res v Axbridge Town (J Billinghurst); Kewstoke Lions Res v Wedmore (T Major); Wrington Redhill Res v Winscombe A (S Clarke).

Division 4: Cheddar A v Westend (D Phillips); King Alfred Sports Centre v Berrow Res (S Cahill); Nailsea Utd Colts v Banwell Res (M Smith); Hutton Res v South Park Rangers (S Yianni).

Division 5: AFC Nailsea v Sparta Kewstoke (G Croker); KVFC Res v Draycott Res (M Gavin); Kewstoke Lions A v St George EiG A (H Hendricks); Tickenham Utd v Dynamo Dury (N Brown); Weston St Johns Sports Bar Res v Portishead Town Colts (J Skinner).

Division 6: Axbridge Town Res v Dolphin Ath (R Perkins); St George EiG B v Weston Super Seagulls (D Carstensen); Wedmore Res v Sporting Weston (J Cooper); Weston Players v Worle Rangers (D Pinnock); Yatton Ath A v AFC Nailsea Res (C Ham).

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