Clevedon United scored four goals with four different scorers in their 4-1 victory against Keynsham Town Reserves, including a wonder goal from the halfway line by Aaron Blakemore.

Clevedon went into the game as favourites, sitting on the cusp of play off positions and eight points ahead of their opponents.

They were also coming off the back of a good result the week prior, where they won 3-1 against Worle Firsts, and took this form into the game against Keynsham.

The scoring was opened up by Clevedon’s Mitch Treanor and the lead was then doubled by Morgan Davies, who got on the score sheet for the first time this season and was awarded man of the match for his performance.

Jacob Pegler then made it 3-0 to the home side before Keynsham hit back through Alex Hodges to make it 3-1and it stayed this way until Clevedon’s Aaron Blakemore had his way.

The number seven found himself in the middle of the pitch with a loose ball around him, noticed the Keynsham keeper off his line, and hit a half volley from the halfway line that bamboozled the visiting keeper and flew past him, nestling in the back of the net.

Blakemore’s finish confirmed the three points for Clevedon, they now find themselves in 6th place in the table and will want to continue their push for play off places in their match against Clutton on April 20th.