First victory of the season for Clevedon Cheetahs

PUBLISHED: 08:43 14 November 2018 | UPDATED: 08:43 14 November 2018



Matt Smart

Clevedon Cheetahs Under-9s defeated Worle to record their first victory of the season.

Clevedon Cheetahs Under-9s recorded their first win of the season, with a 5-3 success over Worle.

Clevedon started the scoring with a penalty scored by Lewis, followed by an equaliser from Worle. This did not last long as Clevedon soon came back with a goal by Jack only for Worle to score again. Just before half time Clevedon score a third goal from Zach.

The second half saw a goal for Clevedon (Lewis), followed by a goal for Worle. Clevedon finished the game by scoring again (Jack) with 10 minutes left.

Clevedon United Lions narrowly came out on top in a hard-fought match against Priory Jets.

The first half was a constant tussle in midfield with neither team able to generate any real chances in front of goal, before a long-range free kick was struck brilliantly into the top corner by Ben Murray for a half time lead.

The second half was similar, with the Jets pushing for an equaliser but Sam Puddy was everywhere breaking up their play and Zac was equally working tirelessly in attack and defence.

Going forward the Lions wasted chances to extend their lead, but in the end the Jets and Lions cancelled each other out leaving the Lions to see out a 1-0 win.

Four by Four Creative Services man of match was Zac Roberts.

The Tigers extended their unbeaten run to five games with this 4-1 victory over Priory Tornadoes, even without top scorer Tom Casey.

The Tigers fell behind to a breakaway goal, but equalised when Bobby chased down a long ball and crossed early for Taylor Riggs to drive it home.

The second half found the Tigers pushing Priory back forcing a lot of corners and Archie Filer finished calmly for a 2-1 lead.

Three minutes later Archie dodged a challenge to score his second and giving the Tigers breathing space. The game was wrapped up when some great defensive work by Casey led to a move forward where Taylor found space to score his second and the Tigers fourth to seal a superb win.

Four by Four Creative services man of match Bobby Sansum Snook.

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