YOUTH FOOTBALL: Stratton U15s hit back hard after early setback
5:31am Tuesday 1st October 2013 in Sport
STRATTON U8s travelled the short distance to play Forest Green, and were not at their best. However, Jayden Stratford and Jake Meredith both found the net.
Malmesbury U11s 6 Stratton U11s 3
BARNEY Kimber and Josh Littler-Jennings (2) were the Stratton scorers. Charlie Grace was MoM, but Ben Gray with four goals for the home side earned them the points.
Goals from Charlie Evatt and Ethan Muir putting the icing on the cake.
Supermarine U13s 0 Stratton U13s 3
THE visitors found their form and earned a very good win, with goals from Sam Lomas, Jack Rogers and Jack Tysom. Kieran Walton was MoM.
Stratton U14s White 2 Lydiard U14s 4
AN improved performance from the home side with goals from Patrick Burgess and Lewis Hill, but Craig Philpott banged in a hat-trick for the visitors.
Stratton U15s 5 Sevenfields U15s 1
FROM the kick-off the home side found themselves 1-0 down when a shot from distance sailed over the keeper’s head, From that point, Stratton never looked back. Strong defending and neat approach play was rewarded with a goal for Sam Wright. Two more quickly followed before half-time, with Dec Selby and Connor Hall finishing off fine passing moves.
The second half was much the same with Matt Keylock scoring and Dec Selby adding another from a free kick.
Ben Knowles had three assists and also hit the bar but MoM went to Connor Hall for being a constant threat throughout.
Stratton U16s 0 FC Abbeymeads 1
THE home side could not find a goal, and conceded the winner before half-time. Sam Grafton was the MoM.
FC Calne U/18s 6 Stratton U/18s 3
MANAGER Cliff Thrussell brought this game forward only to find one or two key players were unavailable, and despite the efforts of MoM Scott Reynolds and goals from Gavin Haselar (2) and George Thrussell, Stratton suffered their first defeat of the season.