Freemantle hat-trick as Upottery Reserves win well

PUBLISHED: 10:19 27 September 2020

Action from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTER

Action from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTER

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Upottery Reserves banked three Joma Devon & Exeter League Division Three East points with a 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman.

Action from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTERAction from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTER

The visitors struck first, but Upottery were quickly back on level terms thanks to a Blake Freemantle penalty.

After the break the home side took charge and Freemantle scored two more to complete a hat-trick.

Dom McCreadie-Taylor was responsible for both assists for the second half goals.

In an impressive all-round team display there were stand-out individual shifts from Alfie Siggers, Dom McCreadie-Taylor and Tom Young while the Man of the Match award, as selected by sponsors Somerset County Sports, went to Adam Crabb.

Action from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTERAction from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTER

Upottery Reserves sit fourth in the early season table and next up is a return meeting with Devon Yeoman with the game being played on Saturday (October 2) at Hamlin Lane in Exeter (3pm).

Upottery first team, who did not play last weekend, are this Saturday in home action against University of Exeter (3pm).

Action from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTERAction from the Upottery Reserves 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman. Picture: SARA RETTER


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