Weston hit Westbury for six
Weston’s Nathan Hancock scored four times in their 6-0 victory over Westbury.
WESTON made the short trip to Coombe Dingle to take on Westbury.
The visitors, fielding their strongest side of the year, started strongly, passing the ball around at a fast pace until Westbury forced themselves upon the game, with pressure put on the defence of Ninnis, Sully, Hector, Holland, Duckett and goalkeeper Godwin.
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Fine link-up play from Etchells found Roy Beer in space to find Nathan Hancock to touch home. Dave Beer, George Davis, Sam Neate and Jake Turner began to take hold of the midfield, with Neate finding space behind the home defence to secure a host of penalty corners.
The uneven pitch made short corners difficult, with only one being dispatched from nine.
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Weston came out in the second half a different team and Mercedes Benz of Weston man of the match Paul Ninnis had an outstanding game at right back, linking up well with the midfield.
Hancock completed his hat-trick then grabbed a fourth with a deflected effort from a short corner from Neate. Chris Etchells and Cam Slater finished off the Westbury defence by scoring the fifth and sixth respectively.
Weston entertain Mendip at Priory School on Saturday (2pm), where they look to continue their unbeaten start to the season.