Seaton Town Under-13s find life tough against West Hill in opening league game

PUBLISHED: 12:09 15 September 2014 | UPDATED: 12:09 15 September 2014

Seaton Town Under-13s endured a baptism of fire in their first competitive game of 11-a-side, on a full-sized pitch which saw them lose 12-3.

Opponents West Hill looked a useful side and raced into a three-goal lead.

Seaton, to their credit, fought back with goals from Billy Knox and Drew Aedo-Smith, but conceded a late first half goal to go into the interval trailing 4-2.

After the break it was one-traffic as West Hill added nine further goals. Seaton to bag a third courtesy of a second from Aedo-Smith, but this was a harsh lesson for the young Town side.


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