North Somerset squads enjoy derby day

PUBLISHED: 15:02 07 October 2015 | UPDATED: 15:02 07 October 2015

North Somerset Football Academy enjoyed several derby fixtures across the age ranges.

North Somerset Football Academy Under-12 and 13 squads took to the field to play each other in the Junior Premier League Cup competition.

The Under-12s A squad were 7-0 winners in their tussle with goals from Callum Moore (4), Freddie King, Reilly Civill-Holt and Elliot Moore.

The Under-13s One squad won their match 7-2 with goals from Ethan Streeter (2), Bailey Kempster, Dan Morris, Alex Kemsley, Oliver Wynn and Emmanuel Choi, with Max Pope (2) replying for the A team.

North Somerset Under-11s entertained Cheltenham Town and ran out 6-3 winners. Goals scored by Jack Budd (2), Oliver O’Connor (2), Orion Carter and Isaac Loveridge in a fine victory.

The Under-14s travelled across the Severn where they went down 3-6 at Newport County. A Jack Thorne double and Ryan Jones scored the goals.

North Somerset Under-15s enjoyed a local derby away at Weston. The visitors started brightly and had two goals disallowed early on, but it was Weston who took the lead against the run of play through Sam Parkinson.

North Somerset hit back to take a 2-1 lead into the first break. In a one-sided game from the first whistle to last, which finished 12-1 in North Somerset’s favour.

Goals came from all over the pitch and eight different scorers in Harry Warwick (2), Cairan Murphy (2), Ollie Camp (2), Macca Lamont (2), Jack Sell, Callum Pauline, Will Dawes and Will Symonds.

They sit proudly on top of the JPL Cup qualification table with five wins from five, a couple of points clear with three more fixtures to play.

The Under-16s played at home against Yeovil Town on the 4G at Nailsea School and continued their good form under coaches Alex White and Nick Crofts, winning 4-2, with Lucas Mortimer, Lucas Vowles, Caspar Harriot and Joseph Collins hitting the back of the net.


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