Runners-up spot for Hutton girls
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Hutton girls Under-11s finished as runners-up in their first-ever tournament.
ONLY three months after first training together, recently-formed Hutton girls Under-11s travelled to Bishops Lydeard to take part in their first-ever tournament.
The girls opened the tournament against the eventual winners and impressed with their passing moves all over the pitch. The first game ended with a 3-0 defeat, but the girls were upbeat after a terrific performance.
Game two was a dominant showcase by the team and a flurry of passing moves ended up with some clinical finishing to provide a superb 6-0 victory.
The next game was more of the same and a 3-0 victory saw Hutton needing a draw or more in the final game against Wembdon to claim the runners-up trophy.
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Hutton started strongly and were rewarded early on when a corner took a deflection into the goal. Pressure started to build as the girls tired, but some strong defending kept the narrow lead until Wembdon equalised.
A superb performance by the team of: Charlotte Lewis, Emily Evans, Lauren Small, Paige Nigh, Ellie Burrows, Melody Heath, Eilidh Patterson and Livvy Worley was rewarded with the runners-up trophy.
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Player(s) of the tournament was given to the whole team for a great display of free flowing and exciting football.