Chantea at the double as Brixington Blues net seven against Moors

PUBLISHED: 08:09 04 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:09 04 May 2018

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Brixington Blues Under-11s were 7-0 winners when they came up against Moors Youth in an Exeter and District Youth League meeting.

Blues made a flying start and struck as early as the first minute with Nathan Bochenski providing the assist for Harvey Chantea to net.

Minutes later, Billy Rowsell was denied by a fine save from the Moors glovesman. The Tiverton side then hit back, were kept at arm’s length by some disciplined defending from Jason Robertson and when Joss Beasor launched a counter-attack the ball was moved to Bochenski, who beat an opponent before finding Corey Young and his fierce shot flew into the net off the angle of the crossbar.

Kirills Kononova then took a pass from Oliver Bennett and his shot was initially well saved, but only palmed out to Noah Osborne, who thumped it home to make it 3-0. Three became four with Osborne providing the assist for Connor McCann to net.

Beasor’s fine right wing raid was followed by a cross into the box that was rifled home by Evan Slater to make it 5-0.

A snap attack was snuffed out well by Troy Jackson before the ball was moved to Slater and his cross was turned home by McCann to make it 6-0.

Fittingly, in a game that saw a fine all-round Blues performance, the seventh and final goal was a special one! Excellent midfield battling from Oliver Bennett regained the ball for his team and he then passed to Osborne, who, in turn, slipped it to Chantea and he hit a sweet strike that saw the ball arrow its way into the top corner of the net.

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