Seaton Town win again thanks to Vere double
Seaton Town 3:1 University Seaton chalked up win number 17 from 22 Fresha League Premier Division starts with a 3-1 Colyford Road success over University.
Cameron Vere added two more to his growing season’s tally and Dan Norman also scored.
One blot on an otherwise successful afternoon for Town was they were again unable to keep a clean sheet.
Just one this season in home games, and three times away from home, they have shut the opposition out, and that is something boss Josh Stunell is aware needs looking at if they do get promotion at the end of the season into the South West Peninsula league.
He said: “The goals against does concern me. Looking on the flip side of that though, is that we do score an awful lot of goals and maybe if we were less adventurous at one end we’d concede fewer, but that’s not the way I think this team plays at its best. I am happy with the progress we are making at both ends of the pitch, but am also wise enough to know that if we were to step up then we’d need to address the goals against for the next campaign.”
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On Saturday it’s a swift return meeting with University and, with St Martins not playing, it’s a chance to open a nine point gap at the top of the table, a fact not lost on Stunell who says: “We simply have to keep on winning and, if we do that, then if we don’t win the top honour it’ll be because someone had been winning better than us!”
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