Super Scott bags four goals for Clevedon
SCOTT Murray hit four goals as Clevedon cruised past Sherborne and into the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.
The former Bristol City star scored the home side's crucial second goal just before the interval and went on to add three more in 18 second-half minutes.
Adam Mahdi had already fired just wide before Adie Adams put the hosts into an 18th-minute lead from Jack McKenna's pass.
Shortly before the break, Murray scored the first of his four goals, finding the corner of Marc Locke's net.
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Four minutes after the turnaround, McKenna put Murray clear and he rounded Locke to put Clevedon three goals to the good.
Just before the hour mark, Murray claimed his hat-trick when his shot clipped Darren Rowe on the way past Locke.
Eight minutes later, Murray scored his fourth from another McKenna set-up and the former Ashton Gate favourite also scraped the post with a free-kick.
Sherborne kept working until the end and were almost rewarded with a consolation goal as Matt Day went close.
Almondsbury UWE bowed out of the FA Cup in the first qualifying round after succumbing to a second-half goal blitz in a 4-0 defeat to Blackfield and Langley in Hampshire.
Jordan Rodgers' long-range effort almost gave the visitors a first-half lead, while Ekan Elliott gave notice of things to come by threatening for the hosts.
Four minutes into the second half, Elliott made room on the edge of the penalty area and drove a powerful shot beyond Chris Coles.
Six minutes later, Blackfield added a second goal when Nathan Lynam cut inside and beat Coles.
Elliott scoring his second 20 minutes from time. The hosts completed the scoring ten minutes from the end when Max Crow snapped up a rebound from close range.