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Cirencester Town Under 10s continue their winning ways

Cirencester Town U10s 9 - 3 Charfield U10s

24th February 2013

Ciren ran out clear winners but they didn't have it all their own way.

Hatricks from Luke Pennington and Lewis Bradley, along with a brace from Aaron Mcillop and an own goal saw the goal tally reach nine.

Charfield's best player, number nine also scored a hattrick to attempt to balance the score. A good battling performance from Ciren on a very cold day.

Man of the match Luke Pennington.

 

Cup Match

Cirencester Town U10s 10 - 0 Wotton Pumas

16th February 2013

Ciren started well, moving the ball around quickly and playing most of the game in the Wotton half.

A great ball slid through a small gap from Joel Worsfold, who commanded the game in the centre mid position, for Ben Carter to run onto and open the scoring account 1 - 0.

Aaron McKillop on 12 minutes was in the right place to pounce on a poor goal kick to open his tally and rifle the ball into the back of the net 2 - 0.

Ciren were well tuned into the pace of the game and kept pressing, a corner was won, Philip Macloughlin took it and floated it in and onto the head of Mcillop who headed the ball into the roof of the net 3 - 0. Macloughlin passed to Mcillop who then outskilled two defenders and popped the ball into the back of the net past the keeper for his hatrick, 4 - 0 at half time.

Ciren started the second half strong, camped in the Wotton box and only two minutes in, a bit of ping pong in the box saw Worsfold in the correct place 2 yards out for a tap in. 7 minutes into the second half saw Carter from outside the area have a good strike into the top corner of the net.

William Dyer burst down the right to cross for Aaron Burcham to get onto the end of with a great right foot shot into the net. Next goal was the move of the match, Dyer to Bradley to Burcham then back of the net. Burcham then turned provider for Dyer with a great cross from the left side for William to score left footed.

Finally it was Bradleys’ turn to get on the score sheet with a fine finish from a corner.10 - 0.

Man of the match Kian Hawtin

 

Cup Match 

Malmesbury Tornadoes 0 - 5 Cirencester Town U10s 

19th January 2013


Cirencester had a nervy start, looking heavy footed but kept to the task. Malmesbury worked hard on the ball although struggled to get through the Cirencester defence.

Cirencester dominated play in the Malmesbury half and had chance after chance either saved, hitting the post or cross-bar.

Aaron Burcham finally broke the deadlock and found the back of the net from a Ben Carter cross 0 - 1. Then, just before halftime Malmesbury were unlucky to deflect a Carter kick into their own net. 0 – 2.

Ten minutes into the second half, Lewis Bradley came on and immediately made an impact and scored with his first touch 0 – 3. Shortly after Ollie Claxton-Newman charged up the middle, passed to Carter who found the back of the net 0 – 4.

Bradley once again found the back of the net after a kinking run down the middle and was unlucky not to get his hatrick. The game finished 0 - 5.

Man of the match Lewis Bradley.


 


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