Nomads cruise to victory over Kewstoke

Milton Nomads Under-11s cruised to a 4-0 victory over Kewstoke.

MILTON Nomads Under-11s started their away fixture against Kewstoke at a good tempo with the midfield quartet of Cai Williams, Olly Cunningham, Lewis Milkins and Dean Chrisostomou dominating the early stages.

Despite missing a couple of chances, Nomads went in front when Matthew Ogbourne scored after a goalmouth scramble. At half-time Nomads led 1-0 with their defence of Charlie Woodards in goal and Hannah Capes, Tyler Pooley, Harry Little and Lewis Barber limiting Kewstoke to few chances.

The second half saw Nomads continue to dominate and following some excellent play from George Fulcher and Jack Rickwood, Lewis Milkins struck to make it 2-0.

Nomads then added two more with Rickwood scoring the first and Ogbourne the second to give Nomads a 4-0 win. Man of the match was Harry Little.


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WESTON Crusaders Under-12s began slowly against Hutton and managed to take the lead on five minutes.

Morteo fed Denyer in the box and he scored to put Crusaders 1-0 up. The midfield of Santoro, Ellis-Barker, Havard and Cox tried hard on a heavy pitch and Redding, Buxton, Williams and Bonner in defence played extremely well, with Burgess in goal called into action on few occasions.

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Crusaders increased their lead with a long-range effort from Ellis-Baker and further goals from Morteo and Cox saw Crusaders go into the interval 4-0 up.

Changes at half time saw Thomas, Rac and Filby introduced. Crusaders increased their lead after some excellent one-touch football by Bonner, Eliis-Barker and Rac, which resulted in Havard and then Cox both scoring to increase Crusaders lead to 6-0.

Ellis-Barker rounded off a fine display with his second to put Crusaders 7-0 up. Hutton fought to the end and were rewarded with a consolation goal. Mention must be made of the Hutton goalkeeper for making many fine saves throughout the game.

Crusaders man of the match went to Will Redding.

The Under-11s travelled to Clevedon United Juniors and managed to go 1-0 up at half-time with a goal from Sonny Carr.

The second half saw some excellent football from Clevedon and some fine saves from Josh Clark, but Jaylan Bacon and Matthew Hayden managed to make the final score 3-0.

Chutney’s man of the match went to Avasi Lucas.

WORLE Under-13s conceded an early goal in this top of the table clash against Nailsea Athletic.

Sam Walkley tipped a cross onto the bar, but the ball came off Nathan Bradbury for an own goal. There was an immediate response from Worle, with three goals in seven minutes from Alex Young and JT (2).

Nailsea replied with a penalty before Aaron scored his first goal for the club to see Worle lead 4-3 at the break.

After the break, Nailsea equalised, but Coggy replied within a minute. Then Lucas made a fantastic run and shot to give Worle a 6-4 lead. Nailsea fought back and bagged three goals in the last seven minutes to take the points.

Trowbridge Plumbing and Heating man of the match went to captain Lucas Elliman.

BANWELL Under-15s completed the double over Winscombe with a hard-fought 3-2 win.

In a close match, Banwell opened the scoring when Matt Saunders scored midway through the first half after some slick play from the midfield of Joe Brett, Ben Clatworthy, Harry Walsh and Aron Staples.

Banwell put Winscombe under more pressure and were unlucky not the score when in a goalmouth scramble, the ball was cleared off the Winscombe line twice.

In the second half, Banwell again played some great football, but Winscombe scored two excellent goals. Ethan Johnson scored a brilliant solo goal 10 minutes from time to equalise.

While Ross Buller and Mike Reames made some good runs and worked hard, it was left to Brett to score three minutes from time to seal the victory for Banwell. Keeper Jordan Sotiris and the defence of Johnson, Ollie Habgood, Sam Bond and Mitch Collins stood firm after late pressure from Winscombe.

Banwell’s man of the match was captain Joe Brett.

The Under-12s travelled to Nailsea Athletic full of confidence after their cup win last weekend.

After a scrappy start to the game, it was Sam White who broke the deadlock with a tap-in after a fine cross from Ben Tucker. Good work by White paid off after he beat a defender and coolly slotted the ball in the top corner to make it 2-0.

After the break, Banwell made it 3-0 with sub Luke Maskell’s superb cross finding Harrison Giles who found the net. The defence of Hart, Edwards, Vernon, Jenkins and Burns were solid throughout, with Connor Burns making a great last ditch tackle to stop Nailsea scoring.

Supporters’ man of the match went to Joe Honey. His two long-range goals made the final score 5-0. Manager’s man of the match went to captain Jimmy Edwards.

KEWSTOKE Juniors Under-16s earned a hard-fought point at home to Winscombe in an exciting 3-3 draw.

Kewstoke found themselves 2-0 down within half-an-hour, but pulled a goal back within 10 minutes of the re-start when James Hodgkinson calmly finished.

However, soon after Winscombe restored their two goal cushion and Kewstoke were up against it. Following constant pressure on the Winscombe goal, Ryan Hill crossed for Billy Judd, with the help of a defender, to make it 2-3.

In the final minute, Hill pulled the ball back for Judd to score a well-deserved equaliser. Man of the match was awarded to Lawrence Mayer.

Keelan Hodges-Swails opened the scoring for the Under-10s B side, but Nailsea replied with two goals to take the lead. Sol Midgely equalised for the visitors to leave the half-time score at 2 -2.

Kewstoke took command of the second half with Tom Read and Dylan Baylis pushing Nailsea back into their own half. Bob Steed scored Kewstoke’s third and with a fourth from Swales, Kewstoke finished the match as 4-2 winners.

HAVING suffered a 9-4 defeat last week against the same Cheddar side, Congresbury Under-11s came back this week for a draw and were unlucky not to win it.

After going a goal down early on, captain Lewis Neal marshalled his makeshift defence well to ensure it remained 1-0 at the break.

Congresbury started well in the second half with Jake Flavell and Brandon Tolley winning some good midfield battles. Lone striker Jay Murray equalised with a delightful chip over the keeper. Congresbury continued to press and Tolley made it 2-1 with a superb free kick.

Cheddar hit back, catching Congresbury on the break to make it 2-2. Congresbury were denied a late winner after a Liam Bailey effort was cleared off the line.

Somerglaze Windows man of the match went to Brandon Tolley and Liam Bailey.

WESTON Town Under-15s had a frustrating goal-less draw away to Cheddar.

Weston were on top throughout this fiery encounter, with the defence of Jason Bristow, Josh Manaton, Callum White, Jamie Harris, Sam Meikle and keeper Jordan Paton putting in commanding performances.

Going forward, Weston created plenty of chances with the midfield of Mike Doe, Andy Smith and Sam Baker controlling the play, but some frantic defending from Cheddar kept it goal-less at the break.

The second half followed the same pattern with Weston forcing the pace. Dan Vowles showed some great touches and Jake Grimes gave the Cheddar defence a torrid time.

With time running out Weston thought they had got the breakthrough when Dan Foan fired home, but was flagged offside. Man of the match went to Sammy Baker.

HUTTON Juniors Under-13s (current year 8 boys) are looking to recruit an enthusiastic goalkeeper for their Woodspring League side to play on Sunday mornings.

If you are interested, please contact Chris on 07818 531508 for details on matches and training nights.

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