Kenn Valley beaten in nine-goal thriller

PUBLISHED: 11:59 04 October 2017

Portishead Town Football Club hopes to move to a new home.

Portishead Town Football Club hopes to move to a new home.


Kenn Valley lost 6-3 to unbeaten Locking Park in the league.

Kenn Valley faced unbeaten Locking Park in the league and were well beaten 6-3 by the visitors.

Valley took the lead when Ben Stanley set up Dan Andrews to open the scoring. Locking hit back soon after when their winger beat Stu Wilson in the Valley goal.

The visitors upped the tempo and took the lead before missing a penalty after a rash tackle from Ricky Smith. Five minute later Locking extended their lead, before Valley pulled a goal back through Andrews’ 25-yard strike.

After the break, it did not take long for Locking to make it four. Kenn replied with good efforts from Andrews and Smith, but were denied by the Locking keeper.

Locking added two more goal before Stanley played a good ball for Andy Vowles to net Valley’s third goal.

A-Y-S Cleaning Services and Crab Apple Inn man of the match was Dan Andrews, with special mention to Ben Stanley and Ryan Mogg.

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