U10 Blue Division: CCCFC Whites 4 Worton & Cheverell 1 Print
Season 13/14 - Under 10 White

The Whites produced the goods once again on home soil as they negotiated another tricky fixture to extend an unbeaten run that stretches back to early November.
Visiting Worton & Cheverell played a full part in an open and entertaining contest that saw chances at both ends, particularly in the second half.
The first period, which unusually saw the Colts playing down the Combe slope, belonged to the home side as numerous opportunities came and went.
Worton’s keeper made several saves, most notably when he pushed Bradley’s rising effort onto the bar. Matthew’s low free-kick looked destined for the corner of the net before a Worton leg deflected it wide, Brandon M had an effort cleared off the line and George shot inches wide.
Toby worked hard to create openings on the left and it was from his delivery that Colts finally took the lead as the interval approached. Luke sent the ball goalwards and George was on hand to help it across the line.
Things were more even after the break and Brandon M was again denied by the keeper after Matthew created a one-on-one chance before Worton fired a warning with a shot into the side-netting at the other end.
Brandon M was then rewarded for his perseverance when he blasted into the corner of the net to double Colts’ lead.
Perhaps the game’s pivotal moment arrived when a Worton won a free-kick just inside the Colts half and it took a fantastic save from Max to push the resulting long-range strike onto the bar. The hosts broke upfield and Bradley sent a glorious shot over the keeper and into the roof of the net from well outside the box.
Tom, Josh and Brandon H had to work hard at the back to repel some dangerous Worton attacks and the away side reduced the arrears when another effort from distance was saved by Max and their striker reacted quickest to net the rebound.
It was the first goal the Colts had conceded at home for almost five months and Worton sensed an opportunity, with Max again called into action when they won another free-kick within range.
But the hosts had the final word and wrapped up the points when Matthew set up George for his second of the day.
The result ensured the Colts will continue their push for Mid Wilts League honours after the Easter holidays, when they round off their season with a home game against Warminster and a trip to fellow title chasers FC Bath.


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