Nailsea record fifth away win

PUBLISHED: 14:58 16 February 2011 | UPDATED: 14:58 16 February 2011

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NAILSEA Town continued their recent good run with a fine Errea Somerset County League Division 1 away win at Larkhall, their fifth away win of the season.

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Nailsea Town 2

NAILSEA Town continued their recent good run with a fine Errea Somerset County League Division 1 away win at Larkhall, their fifth away win of the season.

Despite heavy overnight rain in Bath the pitch was deemed playable, albeit still very wet. Town got into their stride quickly and played some superb football throughout the 90 minutes.

Goals from Matt Fisher and Justin Clarke sealed the victory, both goals were scored after fine work from Mike Purnell.

After the match, manager Bob Gregory said: “This was a really good team 
performance with all 14 players 
contributing to an excellent result. No one individual player deserves the usual player of the match award as on this occasion I feel that the whole team deserves it”.

On Saturday, Town are at home to 
Keynsham Town Reserves, kick off at Fryth Way is 2.30pm.

n WHILST this football season is still three months away from conclusion, the 
management at Nailsea Town is already planning for 2011-12.

With this in mind, one key area the club is keenly looking at is the recruitment of young players who are in their last season of junior football.

Any player falling into this category who wishes to progress to adult football is invited to contact the club’s youth 
recruitment officer Richard Hendricks on either 07804 498551 or e-mail him at wolfie12@blueyonder.co.uk


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