Rangers clear at the top
PUBLISHED: 14:36 11 January 2012
Gordano Valley Rangers Under-15s maintain their 100 per cent record.
GORDANO Valley Rangers Under-15s continued their impressive campaign with a resounding 7-0 victory which maintains their 100 per cent record and keeps them clear at the top of the table.
Gordano were quick out of the blocks with a brace of goals from Beesley inside the opening 10 minutes. The visitors, however, put up a tremendous fight and held out for another 45 minutes before Gordano finally increased the score.
Two goals from Sow and one each from Edwards, Davis and Cain in the last 15 minutes completed the scoring as Rangers’ sustained pressure told on the tiring visitors.
There were excellent performances from all concerned including captain Chapman, Bishop, Mott, Lupton, Watson and man of the match Brooks.
THE sun shone on Nailsea Athletic Under-11s as they gave delighted supporters a demonstration of quality football with their 4-0 win away to Long Ashton.
Goal scorers were man of the match Leonard (2), Convery and Jones, but it was the team performance of sharp passing, playing to spaces and playing for one another that wrapped up a late Christmas present for Athletic, with the whole team winning the Yorkie Man award.
Nailsea United Under-11s start to the new year could not have gone better with an away win at Kewstoke.
Second half goals from Nat Pinkney and Harrison Clothier sealed the victory. An impressive performance from Clothier earnt him the man of the match trophy.
SWISS Valley Rangers Under-12s started strongly, but a well-organised Axbridge Saxons defence managed to keep the score goal-less at half-time.
The breakthrough came early in the second half when Tom Oliver finished well. The second came soon after when James Appleby broke through the Axbridge defence and slotted the ball past the keeper.
Axbridge scored with only a minute to go, but Swiss Valley held on for three points. Man of the match was Max Petty on his debut.
Two well-taken first half goals saw Nailsea Under-14s lead at the break.
Portishead began to find their form in the second half and their persistence was rewarded with two goals from Walker and one from man of the match O’Hare to secure the win for the visitors.
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