Frome Town Youth under-13s beat Bath City Youth
Frome Town Youth U13 5 Bath City Youth U13 1
Despite having only ten players, Frome Town Youth U13s cruised to a comfortable victory over Bath City Youth.
Kameron, Daniel, Max and Jack, along with goalkeeper Kristian, were strong in defence to ensure that Bath rarely threatened. Hard work and good passing also helped to put Frome in control and Jamie latched on to Kristian's long ball to open the scoring.
Karl netted the second before Ben picked up a knee injury but he battled on through the pain.
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Jamie outplayed the Bath defence for a second time to make it 3-0 at the break.
In the second half, Josh worked hard in midfield to break up Bath's play, while Karl took advantage of a goalkeeping error to get on the scoresheet for a second time.
Harry scored Frome's fifth before Bath got a late consolation.
Frome Town Youth U11 5 Timsbury Athletic U11 8
Five goals were not enough for Frome Town Youth U11s to defeat third-place Timsbury Athletic at Oakfield at the weekend.
Frome put their opponents on the back foot in the first 15 minutes and scored through a Kieran header and a great shot from Max.
Timsbury came back into the game and brought the scores level, despite good defending from Ben, Harrison and Martha.
Sol was on target for Frome but the visitors also netted again to make it 3-3 at the break and then scored three more in quick succession at the start of the second half.
Frome did not give up and forced the Timsbury keeper into several good saves before Max's solo goal and a Kieran free-kick kept the hosts in contention but Athletic held on for victory.
Frome Town Youth U10 1 Midsomer Norton U10 2
In the first of two matches against Midsomer Norton, Frome Town Youth U10s were edged out after a fast-moving affair involving several strong challenges in midfield.
Zach and Owen shot wide from Alfie corners, while Harvey and LJ made vital tackles in defence for Frome.
Alfie also saw a shot loop onto the crossbar but Norton opened the scoring before Charlie P and Harvey combined to set up Bradley for the equaliser after a great run.
Norton regained the lead after the break but Frome goalkeeper Daryl had little to do after that.
Shots rained in on the Norton goal and man of the match Charlie had a shot blocked on the line, while Alfie hit the bar, but Frome could not bring the scores level.
Frome Town Youth U10 3 Midsomer Norton U10 0
The second game between the teams saw Frome emerge comfortable winners.
Billy made a promising debut, while Blake and Josh kept the Norton keeper busy.
Daryl set up Charlie R for a shot which rebounded to Blake for the first goal and defender Alfie H ensured there was no way through for Norton at the other end.
The second half was all Frome as Beau and man of the match Charlie R made some telling runs, one of which set up Josh for the second goal.
Callum made a spectacular save from a thunderous Norton shot before Daryl netted Frome's third to seal the win.
Frome Town Youth U9s welcomed teams from Bath Arsenal to Oakfield School on Sunday and played some good football to win the first contest.
Bath responded well to triumph in the second game as more than 30 children took part overall.
A total of 18 Frome Town Youth players were involved at the weekend as the club's U7 and U8 teams hosted Chilcompton and Bath Arsenal respectively.
The players enjoyed being back on the grass after bad recent weather and produced some flowing football.
A club spokesperson said: "Utilising a number of skills, players weren't afraid to try double drag-backs in front of their goal to maintain possession and wow onlooking spectators.
"It was a fantastic morning of football and a positive advert for the small-sided game."