Seven up for Sporting
Sporting Weston 7 Locomotive Worle 2 - YET another poor showing from Loco who are rapidly plummeting down the table.
Sporting Weston 7
Locomotive Worle 2
YET another poor showing from Loco who are rapidly plummeting down the table.
Despite taking the lead when Vaughan out muscled the Sporting defence, it was poor set-piece defending that led to Sporting leading 3-1 at half time. More of the same in the second half as Sporting continued to trouble the Loco back line and were rarely troubled themselves, the only blip coming when Vaughan tapped in from a yard when the Sporting keeper could not hold a McCarthy free kick.
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White Hart 1
Bottle Bar 13
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THE Bottle Bar secured their first three points of the season with an excellent display.
They took the lead within the first two minutes after some fine play down the right and never really looked back. Rarely troubled at the back, Bottle Bar pressed on in search of more goals and were rewarded at regular intervals to earn a morale boosting win.
Portishead Elite 1
DEFENDING league champions Medivale travelled to previously unbeaten Portishead and were rewarded with a fine win.
Medivale took the lead when a long ball found Clayton Kingman who beat the offside trap to finish, but Portishead equalised almost immediately.
The second half showed both sides having chances, and with 10 minutes to go Ben Westgarth cut in from the left and scored from 25 yards and with five minutes remaining, Clayton Kingman scored from close range to keep Medivale on top.
The Mike Grant Plastering Services man of the match went to Clayton Kingman.
Other results::Woodspring Park Rangers 8, St Crusades 1; BFC v St John's Sunday, match cancelled and BFC awarded three points.
Fixtures for Sunday November 15: Sporting Weston v Bottle Bar (Hutton Moor); Locomotive Worle v Portishead Elite (Priory School); Medivale v Weston Spartans (St Johns pitch 2); St Crusades v BBH (Hutton Moor); St John's Sunday v Woodspring Park Rangers (St Johns pitch 1); White Hart v BFC (Hutton Moor). All referees to be appointed.
All clubs are reminded that the home team must confirm with both the away team and the referee. Also all clubs must provide the fixture secretary with a result.
For further details about the league please log on to www.leaguewebsite.co.uk/westonsupermare