Callum Salter’s great performance earns him Man of the Match

PUBLISHED: 16:09 16 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:27 15 June 2010

Honiton Hurricanes u-9s 6, Clyst Rovers 2: Honiton once again made a bright start to the match, passing and crossing the ball well. Clyst Rovers also passed well and proved to be fast on the break on several occasions.

Honiton Hurricanes u-9s 6, Clyst Rovers 2: Honiton once again made a bright start to the match, passing and crossing the ball well.

Clyst Rovers also passed well and proved to be fast on the break on several occasions.

Todd Beanlands managed to open the scoring for the home side by taking the ball around two defenders and then slotting it past the Clyst keeper.

Honiton kept the pressure on and were unlucky to have a headed corner disallowed.

Mason Rhode soon made amends, though; following a great pass from Harry Leisk, he struck home a low driven shot into the corner of the net.

The second half began 2-0, with Honiton soon extending their lead with a scrambled goal.

Clyst responded well and fired home a superbly struck shot from midway between the penalty area and the half-way line to bring it back to 3-1.

Clyst suddenly seemed spurred on and, following some good passing, were able to shoot home from the edge of the box, which brought them within one goal.

Honiton Hurricanes eventually composed themselves again and scored three more goals before the end, the final score being 6-2.

Goal scorers were Mason Rhode (2), Harry Leisk (1) and Todd Beanlands (3). Congratulations to Honiton's Man of the Match - Callum Salter - for a great performance.

By Andy Rhode

Honiton Hurricanes u-9s

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