Uphill gain promotion after fine victory
- Credit: Paul Knight
Uphill Castle sealed promotion courtesy of a fine 4-0 victory at Nailsea United.
Nailsea United 0
Uphill Castle 4
Uphill Castle sealed promotion from Division Two West of the Somerset County League courtesy of a fine victory at Nailsea United.
Perhaps fittingly for manager Anthony Askins it was son Jack who played a pivotal role in the win at the Grove Sports Centre. He scored a hat-trick and was joined on the score sheet by Sydney Camper.
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Askins opened the scoring on 21 minutes with a well drilled free-kick and scored his second soon after when he netted his second.
A Camper shot hit the post and Samuel Beresford saw his header come back off the bar before Camper finished well with a strike into the bottom corner.
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Paul Wray hit the post in a one-on-one before Askins played an incisive one-two with Mitchel Childs to round of a fine performance.
The man of the match award was kindly sponsored by Fusion went to Daniel Hartley. Thanks are extended to Iain Cullum of the T-Shirt Emporium for his production of the promotion banner.