Cutters make early cup exit
CUTTERS Friday, beaten finalists in last season's Somerset Premier Cup, saw their hopes of another good run in the competition ended by a 2-0 home defeat against Middlezoy Rovers, who are a couple of divisions below them.
Cutters boss Neil Soper said: "Middlezoy deserved their victory and we paid the penalty for too many of our players thinking we would win the game easily.
"We went a goal down in the 25th minute when a poor clearance by goalkeeper Will Justin gave Middlezoy the chance to take the lead. We failed to created a chance in the first half, but improved in the second half."
Cutters missed a good chance to equalise in the 80th minute when a cross by Jason Blackmore set up Connor Flicker, but he failed to put it away. Middlezoy then added a second goal in the closing minutes.
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Nailsea United overcame Keynsham Town Reserves2-1.
Nailsea took a 20th-minute lead when Jordon Mall's cross created the chance for Joe Berry to chip the keeper.
Five minutes later, an own goal by Jordon Ball put Keynsham level.
A minute before half-time, Nailsea took the lead when Carl Chisholm's free-kick gave Chris Gregory the chance to score.
Nailsea Town suffered a blow in the warm-up before their home clash against Frome Collegians when goalkeeper Scott Kendall was injured.
Central defender Rob Brown took over in goal and 16-year-old Liam Lester came into the starting line-up. Nailsea trailed 1-0 at the break, but equalised in the 55th minute when Matt Long set up Kim Lee to score .
Harry Hope was then brought down in the penalty area, but the keeper saved Matt Long's spot-kick.
However, Alex Goodwin netted a 75th-minute winner for Nailsea.
Stockwood Green were 9-2 home winners over Suburban League Whitchurch.
There were hat-tricks from Ben Cook and Jake James, while the other goals came from Eugene Sullyman, Jason Hawkins and Jason Smith. But the biggest cheer of the game came when manager Paul Beacham came on for the final ten minutes.
Clevedon United's home clash against Imperial was abandoned with the scoreline 2-1 in favour of Imperial when Clevedon's Andy Woodland was taken to hospital in Weston with a neck injury .