Seagulls hit eight for second week
Weston Seagulls scored eight goal for the second successive week.
Weston Super Seagulls 8
Westlands Res 2
WESTON Seagulls scored eight for the second game in a row and made it 30 goals in the first five games of the season.
Seagulls found themselves one down after five minutes after a defensive mix-up, but it did not take long before powering into a 6-1 lead by half-time.
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With the game already won, Seagulls took the foot off the gas after the break.
Baz in goal and the back four of Somers, Fox, Oddy and Danvers were solid when needed, thanks to the hard work in the middle of Park, Boyd and Smith.
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This allowed the attack of Towler, Griffiths and Blakemore the freedom to terrorise the opposition defence.
Blakemore came away with five goals on his league debut while Park, Somers and Smith all grabbed one each.
South Park Rangers 3
AFTER having a two week lay-off, Wrington made a sluggish start to this match and could not get into the game.
South Park put the visitors under constant pressure and totally dominated the first-half. Wrington’s normal solid defence left keeper Jonathan Burnett exposed and the home side went in at the break two goals up.
In the second half, Wrington looked a better side and started to create some good chances but it took 70 minutes for Wrington to pull a goal back from the penalty spot through Chris Vowles.
The introduction of Dan Burnett, Joe Wheadon, and Dan McMullan saw the visitors take control of the game, but a long ball was well finished by the South Park striker to put them 3-1 up.
Wrington were awarded another penalty which was well saved, but Nick Curtis scored from the rebound to give the visitors a fighting chance of snatching a point. McMullan scored with a header to level the scores and a share of the points that looked unlikely at half-time.
Wrington’s man of the match award went to Alex Blake.
Worle Rangers 1
Worle Res 4
WORLE Rangers came unstuck against a fired-up Worle reserves side.
The reserves took the lead after five minutes, when a long ball split the Rangers’ defence. Rangers continued to play well, with Young and Quick pulling the strings. Rangers equalised after 20 minutes after a good team move that started with Brown, who found Chatterley. He cut in and set the ball up for a great 25 yarder from skipper Quick.
Within five minutes Worle scored again and the half finished 2-1, but only thanks to goodkeeping from Hockey.
The second half saw more passion from Rangers, but they struggled to keep the ball after losing Young through injury. Prime, Royce and Horsnell defended well, covered throughout by the excellent Clark.
Stephens, Brown and Chatterley threatened in forward areas, and Williams, Milsom, Gray and Quick battled superbly, but it was all to no avail.
Another long ball from Worle forced Horsnell into a late challenge and Worle won a penalty and converted. As Rangers chased the game, Worle scored fourth.
The Curry Garden man of the match was veteran Steve Clark.
DRAYCOTT first team kicked off the season with new kits sponsored by Carling and the Strawberry Special. Pictured are Mike and Lori Toms, owners of the Strawberry Special, first team manager Robin Head and Dave Pople.
Nailsea United A 2, Berrow Res 4; Selkirk Utd 2, Cleeve West Town Res 0.
Division 2: Burnham Utd A 0, Tickenham Utd 6; Clevedon Utd A 4, Axbridge Town 3; Yatton Ath Res 3, St George (E-i-G) Res 2.
Division 3: AFC Nailsea 0, Shipham 3; Weston Super Seagulls 8, Westland Utd Res 2.
Division 4: Bournville Rover 5, Cleeve West Town A 0; Worle Rangers 1, Worle Res 4.
Division 5: St George (E-i-G) A 3, KVFC 1; South Park Rangers 3, Wrington-Redhill Res 3.
Division 6: Claptaon-in-Gordano 8, South Park Rangers Res 1; Shipham Res 7, AFC Nailsea Res 2; Wedmore Res 1, Portishead Caledonian Thistle 2.
Hospital Cup quarter finals: Berrow Res v Selkirk Utd (A Fry); Clevedon Utd Res v Cleeve West Town Res (D Carstensen).
Division 1: Churchill Club 70 Res v Draycott (C Ham); Nailsea Utd A v Winscombe Res (T Major).
Division 2: Axbridge Town v Burnham Utd A (tba); Clevedon Dons v Clevedon Utd A (tba); Portishead Town A v St George (E-i-G) Res (D Pinnock); Tickenham Utd v Yatton Ath Res (tba).
Division 3: Shipham v Congresbury Res (A Croker); Westland Utd Res v Sporting Weston (T Billinghurst).
Division 4: Hutton Res v Kewstoke Lions Res (tba); King Alfred SC v Cleeve West Town A (P Fowler); Selkirk Utd Res v Nailsea Utd Colts (J Harding).
Division 5: Burnham Utd B v Wrington-Redhill Res (S Cahill); KVFC v Axbridge Town Res (tba); Portishead Town Colts v Clevedon Utd B (N Wakley); Priory Rangers v St George (E-i-G) A (B Adams).
Division 6: AFC Nailsea Res v Portishead Caledonian Thistle (B Dancer); South Park Rangers Res v Congresbury A (J Billinghurst); Wedmore Res v Shipham Res (M Croker).