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Frome Town Youth round-up: U14s fight back to beat Peasedown Albion

By Somerset Standard  |  Posted: December 05, 2013

  • Man of the match Josh, right, battles for the ball for Frome Town Youth under-11s against Wells City

  • Frome Town Youth under-14s in action against Peasedown

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Peasedown Albion U14 1 Frome Town Youth U14 2

Frome Town Youth under-14s picked up an excellent win against a strong Peasedown Albion side.

Peasedown laid down the marker from the start with fast and physical football. It took Frome ten minutes to get into the game but from that point it was an even affair.

Dan and Max, supported by Jack, Kameron and Corban in defence, played superbly at the back, preventing the fast Peasedown forwards from finding the net.

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After a goalless first half, Peasedown finally managed to find a gap in the Frome defence to beat goalkeeper Kristian but the visitors did not let their heads drop and pushed for an equaliser.

Bradley, Miles, Karl, Ben, Jamie, Stan and Josh worked tirelessly and played great football as Frome dominated the game.

Bradley scored his first Frome Town Youth goal from a goalmouth scramble to level the scores but the visitors had to wait until the final minute to secure the victory.

Frome were awarded a free-kick ten yards outside the penalty area and Stan sent the ball into the top corner for his first goal since returning to the club.

Frome Town Youth U12 4 Radstock U12 4

Frome Town Youth under-14s finished honours even with Radstock after an entertaining encounter.

Radstock twice took the lead in the first half but Dylan and Max both scored to make it 2-2 at half-time.

Youth started the second period the brighter but Radstock scored twice on the counter-attack.

However, Frome took control and Harry volleyed home his side's third before a great individual goal from Max levelled the scores.

Frome could even have taken all three points but the Radstock keeper made some good late saves.

Frome Town Youth U11 5 Wells City U11 1

Frome Town Youth under-11s were comfortable winners over Wells City at the weekend.

Owen and Harvey had shots saved before Frome made the breakthrough when Bradley's fine run allowed Alfie to score.

Wells battled back into the game but strong defence from captain Billy, LJ and Zach kept them at bay.

A move involving substitute Jack put Josh in for Frome's second goal before half-time.

Frome produced an excellent footballing display after the break, with Josh netting the third as Youth attacked at will.

Owen made some telling runs down the left and crossed for Charlie P to volley home before getting on the scoresheet himself after latching on to Harvey's flick.

Goalkeeper Darryl made a great save to deny Wells and Josh's bicycle kick went just wide but the final word went to City as they grabbed a late consolation.

Frome Town Youth U10 4 Chew Valley U10 0

Frome Town Youth under-10s were comfortable winners in their first match against Chew Valley.

Injuries to Sam O and Tom R forced Frome to try a different formation but both teams produced good attacking football.

Cory, Ben and Max all had shots for Frome, while Harvey hit the crossbar and James was unlucky not score.

Frome peppered the Chew goal at every opportunity, while Curtis and Ben were resilient in defence, with important saves from Oli and a vital tackle from Max ensuring it was goalless at half-time.

A strong start to the second half from Frome saw them take the lead through Ben and flowing football ensured more goals followed.

Cory got the next two goals thanks to his determination and skill before setting up Harley to complete the scoring. Chew never gave up but Frome closed them down in midfield to snuff out the danger.

Frome Town Youth U10 3 Chew Valley U10 5

Frome Town Youth under-10s were beaten in a high-scoring encounter in their second match against Chew Valley.

After a quick start, Frome took the lead through Arilian but Chew began to create chances and Fin and Ruben had to be solid in defence to keep them out.

Tom was unlucky not to extend the lead with a bicycle kick but Frome did get a second when Tommy got his first goal for the club.

Chew fought back to level the scores before half-time and Frome found themselves under pressure after the break.

Fin and Ruben were kept busy and could not prevent Chew adding three further goals.

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