Tom’s four goals helps Banwell to big victory

FC Locking Under-9s.

FC Locking Under-9s. - Credit: Archant

Banwell Under-15s comprehensively beat Berrow, thanks to four goals from striker Tom White.

AFTER last week’s wonderful 2-1 cup victory over Division 1 side Winscombe, Banwell Junior Under-15s looked to get their first points of the league campaign against visitors Berrow.

Banwell went two up in the first two minutes of pressing play, first Tom White and the second, a penalty by Joe Honey.

White had his scoring boots on today and managed four first-half goals to take Banwell into the interval 5-1 up. Berrow’s reply came from the penalty spot.

The second half was much the same, but with White being rested and it was up to the others to find the back of the net. Ethan Charlton-Harrow scored two goals followed by some cartwheel celebrations.


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WESTON Crusaders Under-13s enjoyed their first home league match of the season against Yatton.

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Ben opened the scoring sweeping in Joel’s corner. The lively Aidan scored a second before Jake grabbed a first half hat-trick, Aidan got his second before Ben also completed a hat-trick with Snedds, Tommy and Charlie also finishing well later on, with Ethan managing to hit the woodwork twice as well.

Treat of the day was a real collector’s item as Blondie popped up from the back to score as Crusaders ended up winning 12-0. Reece also put in a good shift, but man of the match was Jake.

FC Locking Under-9s pictured in their new kit sponsored by Hobbs & Webb estate agents in Weston. Also, this season the team have got new waterproof tops on order, kindly sponsored by Morrisons.

FC Locking Under-13 has just had a new team kit sponsored by MIH Builders Ltd, Weston. The club, formally known as Kewstoke JFC, have just acquired their own grounds in Locking, which is being officially opened on Saturday by MP John Penrose.

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