Blues boys lose as keeper Hill stars throughout

PUBLISHED: 06:58 19 September 2012

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Brixington Blues Under-12s were undone by three second half goals in their home game with Honiton Town.

It was a very even contest in the first half hour with Blues giving as good as they got.

Blues keeper Sam Hill covered himself in glory with a string of fine saves and he shared the Blues Man of the Match award with the impressive Owen Brinkworth.

Blues are back in league action on Saturday, October 6 with the visit of Feniton.

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