Nailsea hit double figures at home to Cutters

PUBLISHED: 09:18 30 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:18 30 October 2015

Soccer Nailsea  Utd v Cutters Friday.

Soccer Nailsea Utd v Cutters Friday.


Nailsea United enjoyed a goal spree against Cutters Friday, hitting double figures against the Bristol side.

Nailsea United 10

Cutters Friday 0

Nailsea United returned to winning ways with a comprehensive victory over Cutters Friday at The Grove.

United took the lead in the fourth minute when Mark Iles glanced in a corner by Chris Malone. The second goal came when Jim Lee capitalised on a defensive error to score and he scored again after good work by Sol Wanjau-Smith and Rob Brown.

Youngster Ben Barrett picked up the ball on the halfway line and left three defenders in his wake before beating the keeper to score goal number four. The fifth goal arrived a minute before the break with Tom Richens heading home a James Springett free kick.

United continued where they left off after the break, with Lee hitting the bar from a corner and Richens volleying home. The seventh goal was scored by Malone following strong play by Lee.

Good work by Mark Iles and Malone set up Lee for his hat-trick and Barrett used his pace again to score the ninth goal. The final goal was scored by Iles after good by Malone.

On Saturday, United are home again against high-riding Bishops Lydeard in what will be a tough match (2.30pm).

Prior to this match at noon will be the official opening of the new changing room facility, all players, ex-players, supporters and anyone interested in local football are invited to come along.

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