Nomads complete the league and cup double
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Milton Nomads Under-10s completed a league and cup double with a 3-0 cup final victory over Isle of Wedmore.
HAVING already secured the Woodspring Junior League title, Milton Nomads Under-10s took part in the Woodspring Junior League Cup final determined to retain the trophy.
Between Nomads and a historic double, stood an Isle of Wedmore team looking to avenge their defeat 12 months earlier.
In a tightly-contested first-half, Nomads were first to strike when Maskell broke in from his flank taking a reverse pass from Salmon and flashed a shot into the back of the net.
Nomads quickly doubled their lead when Smith strode out of defence and slotted a ball into Jones, who held off the Wedmore defence before finding Salmon to fire into the roof of the net at the second attempt to leave the half-time score 2-0 to Nomads.
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At the start of the second half, Wedmore appeared to increase the pressure on Nomads, but the regular defensive pairing of Smith and Williams were in control at the back, limiting Wedmore to just one shot on goal, which was turned around the post by Tasker in goal.
Coach Rob Salmon introduced Haycock and Pearce into the game which immediately paid dividends when, after Williams had intercepted a Wedmore attack, they linked to set up Gauci who blasted Nomads further ahead.
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Barrett replaced Tasker in goal, but with Nomads controlling the ball, did not get the chance to show his talent.
League and cup double winners - Nomads Under-10s.
BURNHAM United Under-15s capped off a fantastic double winning season by beating Weston Crusaders 6-1 in the Woodspring League Cup final held at Ham Green.
Burnham started the game nervously and Crusaders went 1-0 up. Burnham were quickly on the level terms with a goal from Rosser, his 36th goal of the season. United went into the break 3-1 up with Podbury following up a free kick and Jefferies finishing off a flowing move.
Kidner was next to get on the score sheet before fine long-range strikes from Harding and Partridge completing the scoring.
Burnham had already won the league, finishing nine points of second place Portishead. In the 22 games played this season, Burnham won 21 and drawn one and in the process had scored a total of 121 goals and only conceded 13.
Manager Carl James said: “I am very proud of the boy’s achievements and thank them for their hard work in every game, they have been a pleasure to manage. We would also like to thank Barrington and Sons Solicitors for their kind sponsorship of our kit.”
BURNBRIDGE Wanderers Under-12s celebrated finishing runners-up in Division 3 of the Woodspring League in fine style.
They capped off a successful season with a fine 8-0 win over Nailsea Rangers. The team have played with tremendous commitment and played some lovely free flowing football along the way.
Burnbridge Wanderers signing-on day is being held June 9 between 10am and 1pm at the Oak Tree Arena. Any boys or girls from Under-6s to Under-16s wishing to join a friendly football club are welcome to come along or contact email@example.com for more information.
HUTTON Under-8s have been sponsored by John Hodge Solicitors and are pictured wearing their brand new kit for the first time.
Photo on images: Hutton Under-8s
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Just4keepers South West has now been running for nearly three years with more than 120 keepers now in weekly attendance across the region.
The sessions are run by former Bristol City youth team goalkeeper James Cope.
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LITTLE Strikers, a new football academy is being run by former Bristol City striker Glyn Riley.
Sessions for five to seven-year-olds are being held at Worle Community School on the 3G pitch. Sessions are £6, booked in four week blocks.
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