Holdsworth stars for Honiton Terrors Under-11s

PUBLISHED: 10:11 20 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:11 20 April 2015


Honiton Terrors shared four goals with Seaton in a thrilling Under-11 cup tie.

Terrors struck first with Ewan Evans scoring a fine solo goal.

Jacob Fisher, Ben Lapping and Dom McCreadie-Taylor then combined to set up Zac Harrison who was a whisker away from doubling the lead.

Terrors, with Logan Tratt and Louie Stamp impressive in midfield and wingers Elliott Holdsworth and James Pring, causing problems down either flank, took control, and it was no surprise when Evans scored his second with an ambitious strike from the halfway line!

Just before the break Seaton hit back to half the deficit. In the second half Elliot Holdsworth restored the Terrors’ two-goal advantage. Seaton came back, but got little change out of the disciplined Terrors defence of Ewan Evans, Conner Harrison and Jordon Harrison whilst goalkeeper Harry Horn made some smart stops, but Seaton did eventually net a second only for Zac Harrison to make it 4-2.

Seaton were not finished and they closed the game out in some style netting twice more to ensure honours ended even..

Elliot Holdsworth, who had a fine game for Terrors’ and scored a splendid goal, was named the Man of the Match.

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