Seven up for Crusaders

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Crusaders Under-14s defeated Winscombe 7-3 at Baytree Recreation Ground.

WESTON Crusaders Under-14s entertained Winscombe at Baytree Rec and came away victorious after a 7-3 win.

Crusaders started quickly and scored a goal early in the game, followed by two more, while Winscombe managed to pull back two before half-time.

Crusaders went into the second half with some excellent passing which resulted in a wonderful volley by Frazer and three further goals and Winscombe managing to score another to make the final score 7-3.

Goal scorers were Frazer Linnitt (4), Thomas Petch (2) and Brandon Sweeting.


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Man of the match was Szymon Swierczyna.

Thanks go to Motor Bodies for the sponsorship of the team kit this season.

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The Under-13s hosted Priory Pumas in the Somerset Cup and after a tight start, Jake crossed for Tom to slot home from close range.

Tom was then felled in the box and picked himself up to make it two from the spot. Snedds crossed for for the third and Ethan worked the ball well in the box before Jake stabbed the ball in.

Tom scrambled the ball in for his hat-trick and crashed home a fourth late on. Crusaders had a penalty saved and a spirited Pumas side pulled back a consolation goal late on.

Thomas and Blondie were solid at the back as Pumas were unable to create much going forward as Crusaders advance to the next round. Man of the match went to Tom Hall.

MILTON Nomads Under-14s started the game with unbeaten rivals Nailsea Athletic in the worst possible way by conceding a goal from a corner in the first minute. Nomads replied with two goals from Matthew Frost and Sam Parkinson. Nomads conceded again, but came back strongly with the midfield of Lewis Barber, Dean Chrisostomou, Drew Hodges, Sam Parkinson, Ryan Pugh, Avasi Lucas and Jacob Flavell dominating the play.

They were rewarded when Matthew scored another excellent individual goal following a great clearance from Charlie Woodards in the Nomads goal. Nailsea equalised for a third time before Cai Williams gave Nomads back the lead before half-time.

Nomads continued to press in the second half with the defence of Lewis Milkins, Tyler Pooley, Jack Rickwood and George Harris-Aucott stifling the Nailsea attack and went further ahead with another goal from Sam Parkinson.

Nailsea fought back gamely and got a fourth goal, but Matthew Frost pressurised the Nailsea defence and scored his third and Nomads’ sixth with less than 10 minutes to go. Man of the match was Matthew Frost.

AFTER beating Division 1 Winscombe in the cup a month ago, Banwell Under-15s have now won three on the trot to go top of the league.

Before today, Nailsea Athletic had won all their games and soon took the lead against the run of play.

A penalty to Banwell turned the game as Joe Honey, once again, put the ball past the keeper to give the home side a deserved equaliser.

Tom White and a Matty Doyle hat-trick ensured all the points went to the home side, with some of the play in the second half being sublime.

All too often the defence gets overlooked, but Luke Deverson, Jamie Jenkins, Ethan Charlton-Harrow and man of the match Connor Burns all had solid matches.

PRIORY Rangers Under-11s unveiled their new kit, thanks to the generous sponsorship of PA Sloan Landscapes Ltd to last until the summer of 2016.

The team has been together since they were Under-6s and are now in their sixth season, playing in the Woodspring League Division 2 Axe.

The team is coached by Marcus Brown and Andrew Talbot and both coaches would like thank the business for their generous support.

Hutton Under-12s pictured with their new hoodies sponsored by 2IT systems. Thanks go to Rich Perry for the sponsorship.

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