Bale stars as Honiton Hurricanes enjoy Under-7 tournament at Feniton
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Honiton Hurricanes Under-7s took a squad of seven players for their latest action, a series of matches at Feniton.
Seb Clewer, Eloise Bales, Josh Welch, Tao Wallace, Dexter van Broom, George Hopper and Joshua Lane took part in six games.
They started with a match against Twyford that saw goals from Lane (2) and Wallace in a contest that also saw some strong tackling by Van Broom.
Next up was an entertaining meeting with the hosts. In a contest without goals, the pick of the Hurricanes were Welch and Wallace.
Goals from Wallace and Clewer came in the third game which was against CS Jaguars.
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Next up were Cullompton and, in this game, Hurricanes impressed with their teamwork and passing. Wallace and Clewer were again the scorers and the notable performances in this contest came from Lane and Hopper who both showed excellent energy and superb range of passing. The fifth action for Hurricanes was against Moors and this proved to be an end-to-end contest. Lane and Clewer scored the goals and young Clewer was the stand-out Hurricanes performer.
Hemyock provided the morning’s final opposition in what proved to be the most thrilling contest of the morning with Lane netting a hat-trick and other goals coming from Van Broom and Clewer. Eloise Bales impressed in this game and she was also names Hurricanes’ Player of the Day in what was her first experience of tournament football.
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