Seaton Town pass a century of Fresha League goals with another sixy show at home
Seaton Town 6, Clyst Valley 2 Town completed their Fresha League, top flight home season with yet another empathic success.
Half-way through the contest things were very tight with both sides netting once before the break, Dan Norman scoring for Town.
It was a substitution which turned the game in favour of Town with boss Josh Stunell sending Matt Hancock into the action shortly after the re-start and he immediately settled things down and controlled the flow of the game from central midfield.
Once Town got their noses in front at 2-1 there was no looking back and the eventual six goal haul took them to a century of league goals.
That’s something that boss Josh Stunell is very proud of: “It’s a great achievement. I know a purest would point to the goals against column, but I don’t believe one comes without the other. We like to play an attacking way and the lads all buy into that thinking. That said, Clyst Valley played a big part in what was, for the first half for sure, a tough game for us. Now we must carry on the winning ways away from Colyford Road in the hope that that will be good enough to bag us the top honour.”
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On Saturday Town begin their run of away games with a visit to Heavitree Social United.
Stunell is aware of the threat the Exeter side pose to his teams title hopes: “Heavitree tight pitch has caused us angst in the past and this is going to be areal test of our resolve. We will prepare correctly and hopefully do then job we need to do.”
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