Colyton Kestrels climb out of bototm three with nap hand triumph over Vikings

PUBLISHED: 16:08 03 April 2012

Colyton Kestrels 5, Sidmouth Town 2

Colyton Kestrels Under-14s were good value for a comprehensive victory, their third of the league season.

The win was orchestrated from central midfield by Ross Broom who made things tick throughout.

Jacob Clode and Declan Ellis both bagged braces of goals and Jake Collier also scored.

Victory lifts Kestrels out of the bottom three on goal difference from Honiton Town as the battle to avoid relegation looks set to run to the final day of the season.

Kestrels’ remaining games see them entertain Stoke Hill and then Alphington before a final game of the season at Countess Wear Dynamos.


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