On the 26th April our U12s and U13s boys football teams went to play in the Mid Somerset Football Finals at Millfield Kingweston Pitches.
U12 boys were up against Wells Blue and Millfield Prep in a 3 way triangular match.
We played Wells Blue first and won the game comfortably 5-0. Goals scored by Theolinouis Jagger X2, Jacob Aberdeen X2 and Sam Callow.
After a quick break we then played Millfield Prep and won 3-0. Goals were scored by Sam Callow, who scored a great top corner finish, Jacob Aberdeen and an own goal which was a consolation for Ben Crook who was harshly denied a goal which would have been a contender for goal of the season.
It was very pleasing to watch as the boys showed great team effort and played as a team. It was the best football I have seen them play this season by far.
Harry Brown, Will Creaser, George Harris, Thomas Bean, Oscar Boorman, Theolinouis Jagger, Ben Crook, Sam Callow, Jacob Aberdeen, Kenny Poole, Harvey Pearn, Henry Williams and Luc Griffiths.
U13s boys were up against Millfield Prep, playing on a large pitch. Hugh Sexey's scored first after a well taken goal by George Moss who slotted home. The game then became very exciting to watch with both teams playing great football. Both goal keepers were on fine form keeping the ball out of the net with some superb saves. Millfield then scored after a defensive error from Hugh Sexey's. The game finished as 1-1.
After a short break we then went into extra time, Hugh Sexey's changed the formation and went back to 4-4-2. Both teams kept battling on, again both goal keepers were tested and put in a string of superb saves. George Moss then became the hero of the day after out muscling the defence to put the ball in the back of the net to put Hugh Sexey's 2-1 up. The boys then went on and protected the lead.
Congratulations to the lads, you all deserve the success, they have sadly played their last match for Hugh Sexey's. I have thoroughly enjoyed coaching these boys throughout the football season.
Sam Tucker, Tom Morgan, Ethan Floyd, Olly Ballam, Ewan Duckett, George Nuttycombe, Fraser Bruce, Nathan Radford, Ronnie Newton, George Moss, James Ford, Amar Kolattu.