Youngsport: Quedgeley Wanderers defeat Hucclecote Harriers
Quedgeley Wand U-9s 4 Huc'cote Harriers U-9s 0
HARRIERS displayed a large amount of passion and commitment in this Mid Glos League game, particularly in the second half.
But coming back from a 3-0 half-time deficit was beyond them.
Hucclecote started tentatively and were soon forced backwards from their own kick-off as the two Quedgeley Wanderers forwards began to make inroads.
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Wing backs Matthew Tranter and Roan Kort held Wanderers at bay well and full-back Seb Field tackled well as usual.
But, again, defensive gifts from Hucclecote presented Quedgeley with an early two-goal lead following soft passing at the back and a lack of defensive cover.
Harriers started to come into the game more led by Jack Halford who showed plenty of bite and energy in midfield.
Sonny Burge showed a lovely first touch to beat a Quedgeley defender and his shot went wide but just before half-time, Quedgeley scored their third.
Focused by the words at half time Harriers displayed a better second-half display.
Lovely vision from Josh McGill put Halford through and his blocked shot came back to McGill who chipped over the bar. Ollie Moore became more prominent with getting crosses from a wide position. At the back as Harriers pushed on gaps appeared, but keeper Alex Milner kept Hucclecote in it with a series of reflex saves.
Harriers couldn't break through in the end and Quedgeley deserved their fourth goal on the stroke of full-time.
Ollie Moore was voted man of the match by Quedgeley while Matthew Tranter got the Harriers coaches' award. Next up for Harriers is a home league game against Highnam on Saturday at 10.30am.