O’Shea on song for Blues

PUBLISHED: 10:28 29 February 2008 | UPDATED: 08:52 10 June 2010

Brixington Blues U9s 2, Sidmouth Warriors 0: On a dull morning Brixington Blues began the match full of energy.

Brixington Blues U9s 2, Sidmouth Warriors 0: On a dull morning Brixington Blues began the match full of energy.

The Warriors' goalkeeper had his work cut out as O'Shea, Heaton, Snook and McClean all lined up shots.

Sidmouth retaliated by pushing up and taking a shot at Brixington's keeper Joe Gore, who made a fantastic save.

Strong defending by Pym for the Blues helped keep the score to 0 - 0 at half time.

The second half saw Moyle, Doble and Craib on for Heaton, Pym and Morley.

The Warriors battled hard and controlled a fast game for the first five minutes.

The Blues got a break and made the most it with excellent passing to O'Shea, who scored. Both sides worked really hard but it was Blues who were rewarded with another goal, also by O'Shea.

Brixington Blues U9s 4,

Sidmouth Raiders 1

Blues' O'Shea opened the scoring within the first few seconds.

This got the Blues fired up and soon Bradley Snook took an amazing shot which the Sidmouth keeper could do nothing about.

The Raiders attacked but Blues' keeper Gore made a superb save. McClean scored one of his amazing goals from the halfway line to make it 3-0 to Blues.

Sidmouth were kept back by great defending by Bennett and Morley.

The second half started in Blues' favour with another goal from O'Shea.

The Raiders fought hard and were rewarded with a goal.


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