Sadly there is no Under 14`s at present.
If your are interested in running a team please contact Colin Waller (youth organiser)
Away to Nether Stowey 2.30pm Kick off :
Could players please meet at Beech Grove Car park at 1pm.
After good pressure from Wellington they soon took an early lead with a goal from Bailey Atkinson. Good play lead to further shots from Liam Gough and Callum bringing out good saves from the Nether Stowey keeper. Play moved from end to end with more excellent passing down the right and a good ball into the box led to Bailey Atkinsons second goal . Wellington continued to dominate play and a long range shot from Myles Evett into the top right hand corner for Goal number three.
In the 2nd half more dominant play from Wellington led early chances and a good ball flashed across the box . Nether Stowey battled well but could not cope with the amount of pressure Wellington were putting them under which resulted in goal number four from Callum Turner after multiple shots at goal . Possesion was lost after a corner which resulted in a well deserved goal for Nether Stowey. Another corner for Wellington led to a solso run and shot from Josh Stevens fro the 5th goal. An intercepted pass from a hard working and persistent Kyle Evett led to more good play and a through ball to give Jack Taylor a clear shot and Goal number six. In all a game totally dominated from all the wellington side with good closing down and use of the wings.
Goals came from : Bailey Atkinson 2 , Myles Evett 1 , Callum Turner 1 , Josh Stevens 1 and Jack Taylor 1,
(Match report by Tony Stevens)
Pressure from Willand from the start and they soon went 1-0 up after only 3 minuates via a penalty which came as a player handled the ball . Wellington regained composure and shape resulting in some excellent work down the left to give Jack Taylor the chance to equalize . Confusion between keeper and defence gave Willand an easy 2nd goal. Willands 3rd came from more slick passing but was not cleared in time. Their 4th came from a free kick just outside the box and 5th goal was a result of more poor passing and defending as Willand dominated the first half and came out 1-5 up.
Both teams came out fighting and provided good play with both having chances but Wellington broke through the middle for Myles Evett to score Wellingtons 2nd. A lob and flick on header gave Willand number 6 , With Willand continuously putting the defence under pressure and lacking clearance power they went on to score a further 2 goals. With Wellington having a steep learning curve from the rest of the league they were no match for Willand , Willands manager noted Wellingtons improvement since last playing them at the beginning of the season which was well recived and earned .
(match report by Tony Stevens)