Unlucky 13 for Cheddar Valley
Weston Crusaders slam 13 goals past Cheddar Valley in their latest league fixture.
CHEDDAR Valley became the latest to run into an in-form Weston Crusaders Under-12 side that swept them away with ease, winning 13-0.
Crusaders were dominant from start to finish giving an impressive all-round team performance. Thomas up front was too hot to handle, Havard, Shipway, Rac, Sontaro and Morteo controlled the midfield with Williams, Denyer, Buxton, Ellis-Barker, and Burgess in goal, dealing with what little Cheddar had to offer.
Goals came from a Thomas hat-trick, Havard Shipley, Rac, Morteo (2), which meant the game was effectively over by half-time as Crusaders hit eight.
Changes were made at the break with Bonner and Redding coming on and still Crusaders were relentless. Further goals came from Morteo, who completed his hat-trick, Denyer, Rac, Ellis-Barker and Havard completed the scoring, making the final score 13-0 to Crusaders.
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The Cheddar goalkeeper made many fine saves in the second half to keep the score down. Crusaders man of the match went to the team for their outstanding play.
The Under-11s travelled to Burnham and went a goal up after a cross by Samuel Stocker was met by Sonny Carr. More goals followed from Sonny Carr, Matthew Hayden and Matthew Walsh as Crusaders led 5-0 at half-time.
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Some solid defending by Thomas Hyland, Nathan Lammiman, Ty Jamieson and Daniel Bugg kept Burnham from scoring, but in the second half Burnham managed to pull two goals back, but more goals from Matthew Hayden, Sonny Carr and Thomas Hyland made the final score 9-2.
Chutneys man of the match went to Jaylan Bacon.
WORLE Under-13s created all the running in the first half against Isle of Wedmore, with some lovely slick passing.
At the heart of the good play was Aaron Lawrence, who was creating great opportunities from left-back. Sam Walkley was hardly troubled in the Worle goal in the first half, but Worle could not score.
After the break, substitute Tom Stephens made an immediate impact in a goalmouth scramble allowing Alex Young to get the ball over the line. Worle scored a second when Callum played a perfect pass to Nathan Bradbury, who netted.
Trowbridge Plumbing and Heating man of the match was Aaron Lawrence.
With a few players missing, the Under-9s still managed to take charge of the game with captain Bailey Kempster blasting the first goal within two minutes.
Worle played a composed game with keeper Aaron Foan making one great diving save. The defence of Kyle Dobbins-Walcott and Toby Pearse snubbed out all the Axbridge had to offer. Bailey added another goal before half-time.
The second half saw the introduction of Joseph Plumley, who scored twice. Callum Masterman added two more to his tally to see a final score of 6-0.
Man of the match was awarded to Rory Miller.
PRIORY Vikings Under-11s took the lead against Burnbridge Wanderers from the penalty spot.
Huw Pearse’s pass found George Harris-Aucott, who was fouled and Josh Edwards scored from the spot. A lapse in Priory’s defence resulted in a goal from Burnbridge, but Priory responded when Nathan Langdon’s corner was netted by Ayden Chennoworth.
A team effort resulted in Ronnie Allen beating the Burnbridge keeper for the third goal and an excellent Joe Statham save kept the half-time score to 3-1.
Strong Priory midfield play from Bradley Lucas, Edwards and James Hodkinson and an excellent effort from Chennoworth prevented a certain Burnbridge goal.
A confused defence conceded a second Burnbridge goal, but Priory responded within minutes with a shot from Allen, but Aaron Talbot netted the rebound to make the final score 4-2 to Priory.
Despite coming out on the wrong side of the scoreline, Priory Under-14s played their best football of the season against Burnham Athletic.
Priory fell behind early on against the run of play, but were soon level when Harry Askins’ cross found Cam Milkins who netted. Goals were then swapped back and forth with Jordan Hodgkinson and Cam Milkins adding strikes for Priory to leave the scores at 4-3 to Burnham at half-time.
A great start to the second half saw Priory score twice, firstly Jordan Hodgkinson finished off the move of the match, before man of the match Cam Milkins completed his hat-trick.
Unfortunately Priory could not cope with Burnham’s long balls and this allowed Burnham back into the game and despite some fine saves from Jake Smith, they eventually got themselves 6-5 in front.
The visiting keeper then made an outstanding one handed save and Burnham scored on the break to clinch the game 7-5.
KEWSTOKE Under-12s entertained Milton Nomads and went on to win 8-1.
Nomads took the lead after just three minutes. Kewstoke went on the offensive with slick midfield play from Sam Chattwood setting Danny Cass free for a brilliant goal.
End-to-end play ensued with Nomads’ shots on goal being stopped by keeper Josh Harrison. Stevie Baker’s pass to Jack Anelay was instrumental in the next goal as he pushed it out to Cass, who passed back to James Jones to score.
Jones netted the next goal and captain Sam Chattwood was rewarded for his midfield efforts with a cracking volley to take the fourth goal just before the break.
The second half saw Jones score his hat-trick with help from Cass. Nomads were stopped by Mitchell Chadwick and Tyler Midgely, helped by Reggie Wilcox’s first appearance as an outfield player.
Jones scored again and Baker’s pass to Chattwood set up Anelay’s goal. Cass finished the scoring to finish the match 8-1.
Kewstoke man of the match was Sam Chattwood.
Athletic Under-11s played host to Isle of Wedmore, and with both teams in good form it was always going to be close.
Wedmore had the run of the first half, keeping good shape and holding the ball well and were 2-0 up at half-time.
As the second half progressed, Kewstoke got more involved, with strong performances from wingers Adam Bungay and Matty Frost. Sam Ford’s late goal set up a grandstand finish, and Andy Page Web Design man of the match Tim Page scored from long range with the last attack of the game to make it 2-2 in a thrilling match.
WESTON Town Under-14s produced another fine performance to defeat second placed Burnbridge 4-2.
They are now three points clear at the top with a game in hand. Weston started to get on top and created several half chances before Jamie Ramplin scored.
Burnbridge equalised from a corner, but Weston were soon back in the lead after some good passing down the left allowed Rico Canella to score. Burnbridge came back at the home side and equalised again. Weston showed great spirit and took the lead again when Ramplin scored to give the home side a slender lead at the break.
The second half saw Weston pin Burnbridge in their own half for long periods and although they created several good chances the game was still in the balance going into the final 10 minutes.
On a rare Burnbridge attack, Weston were once again grateful to keeper Killian Vick for making a great save to maintain the lead. Weston launched another attack and Ramplin wrapped up the points and secured his hat-trick as well as the Mercedes Benz man of the match award.