Harrison stars for Honiton Town Under-10s in Seaton defeat

PUBLISHED: 10:25 27 November 2013 | UPDATED: 10:25 27 November 2013

Honiton Under-10 Terrors went down 4-0 at Seaton on a cold Sunday morning, writes Mark Fisher.

Town began well with Joseph Charlton and Dominic McCreadie working hard in midfield, supported by the defence of Connor Harrison, Jake Mabbutt and Jordan Harrison, to keep a lively home team at arms length.

Keeper Harry Horn was eventually beaten by a looping header for the home side to take the lead.

The hosts swiftly added two more prior to the interval. In the second half Town settled into a tidy rhythm with Ross Hurford, Jacob Fisher and Ben Lapping getting stuck into the action.

Honiton looked a lot better and passed the ball well. However, young Horn remained busy in goal making some fantastic saves.

Although conceding another goal before end of play Honiton never gave up and the team deserve great for the way they played.

Dominic McCreadie and Jordan Harrison shared the Man of the Match honour.


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