Seaton Town Under-10s make it three wins from four this season
Seaton Town Under-10s continued their excellent start to the season recording a third success in four outings away against a very spirited Honiton side.
The first half saw some lively early exchanges with both keepers producing good saves.
Seaton struck just before the break after some good passing play was finished with power and precision by Jack White.
Seaton had to defend solidly at times, and an assured captain’s performance from Casey Gibbons eased the pressure.
The second half saw Seaton start with real pace, Billy Gait flee down the right wing, a great cross and a tidy finish for debutant Jack Moore saw Seaton go two up.
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Josh Tate continued the great start to his Seaton playing career with another pacey performance, well rewarded with a goal. Billy Gait capped a good second half performance with a fourth before a late consolation by Honiton, which was well deserved for their hard work.
In what was a good all-round show from Seaton the choice of Supporters Player of the March went to Casey Gibbons whilst Jack Moore landed the Coaches award.
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