Colyton Under-11s net home win double

PUBLISHED: 21:10 05 March 2014 | UPDATED: 21:11 05 March 2014

Colyton Under-11s secured a weekend double triumph with victories over Sidmouth Raiders and Lympstone in Exeter and District Youth League matches.

First up they entertained Sidmouth Raiders in what was their first home game of 2014! Colyton wasted no time in getting reacquainted with their familiar surroundings as they raced into a two-goal lead inside ten minutes with goals Aidden Newman and Dan Huggins. The visitors responded well and struck back with two goals of their own to send the teams into half-time locked at 2-2. With great vocal support o the touchline Colyton began the second period well and they built up a good head of steam to score twice more with Archie Clode netting before Newman bagged his second to seal a 4-2 success.

The following day Colyton hosted Lympstone Lympets and again made a bright start with Archie Clode giving them an early lead. The weather deteriorated just like the Colyton passing and Lympstone took control of the match playing some very nice passing football and using the wind from goal kicks to good affect. They twice hit the frame of the Colyton goal before netting to level at 1-1 at the break.

In the second half, playing with the wind, Colyton passed the ball around well and it was no more than they deserved when Archie Clode rifled a free-kick, awarded when he was hauled down, into the back of the visitors net.

Buoyed by the advantage Colyton went for the kill and soon added a third through Marcus Symonds before Man of the Match, Dan Huggins took centre stage! Huggins rattled home a quick-fire hat-trick with all three of his goals strikes from outside the area! It was Archie Clode who finished what he started, netting his hat-trick goal and the seventh for Colyton as they secured an impressive success.

This Saturday Colyton are again at home with Brixington providing the opposition.

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