Frome Town FC junior round-up: Girls hit nine past Derry Hill
Derry Hill Girls U13 1 Frome Tn Ladies U13 9
Katie bagged four goals as Frome reached cloud nine on their trip to Derry Hill.
The visitors were into their rhythm from the first whistle as Aimee and Maya ran at Derry's defence and played balls into attackers Sammie and Martha.
Sammie broke the deadlock but Frome began to sit back, which allowed Derry to level with a strike that gave keeper Georgia no chance.
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This fired Frome back into action and Betty found Katie in space to restore their lead. The visitors did not let up for the rest of the half and Sammie got her second of the game after a good run by Aimee.
Katie then finished another good move to make it 4-1 at the break.
Frome started the second half as they finished the first and Katie got on the end of another good move to complete her hat-trick.
Any Derry attacks were kept at bay by Jazz and Enna and from one such tackle, Enna flew down the wing before laying off to Betty, who powered home.
Katie then got her fourth goal before Betty struck twice at the death to complete her hat-trick.
Worton & Cheverell U11 2 Frome Town U11 5
Frome maintained their unbeaten league record with a hard-fought win at Worton & Cheverell.
Town started brightly and scored inside three minutes. Oliver's cross found Joe and his shot was turned in by the head of a defender.
The goal sparked Worton into life and poor defending from a goal kick allowed their striker to roll the ball home from close range to level the scores.
Both teams continued to go close before Frome retook the lead when Oliver found Joe and he beat the keeper.
Frome started the second half brightly and Joe returned the favour to Oliver, who tucked the ball away well.
The visitors had to withstand a spell of pressure and survived a scare when a Worton striker was denied by an offside flag.
Joe then got his second of the game after an excellent solo run but Worton quickly reduced the deficit. They should have had a third as well but a striker missed an open goal.
Frome regained their composure and completed the scoring when a good passing move fell to Josh, who smashed home.