Frome Town Youth junior football round-up - U15 girls unlucky against Sarum
Frome Tn Yth Girls U15 1 Sarum Youth Girls U15 2
Frome were unlucky to come away with nothing from their first meeting with Sarum.
The first 20 minutes were even as both teams had plenty of chances. New Frome goalkeeper Bronwen made several good saves before an unstoppable strike put the visitors ahead.
Sarum put Frome under pressure in the closing stages of the half and it was only a matter of time before they added a second goal.
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Frome were the better team after the break and created a host of chances. They pulled a goal back when Millie's corner picked out Mia R and she headed into the top corner.
Town pushed forward and Summer, Mia and Millie threatened but they could not find an equaliser before the final whistle.
Chew Valley U14 2 Frome Town Youth U14 4
Jack bagged a brace as Frome made light work of Chew Valley.
Town started by playing up the hill but opened the scoring when Josh turned home Max's cross.
Frome continued to dominate but had to wait until the stroke of half-time to increase their advantage when Jamie finished from an acute angle.
Chew enjoyed a bright spell after the restart but Frome soon managed to get the upper hand again. Jack came on up front and took his first opportunity by chipping the keeper to make it 3-0.
The hosts pulled a goal back, despite appearing to handle the ball, but this made Frome more determined and Jack soon bagged his second goal.
Chew did not give up and cut the gap again but it was too late to deny Frome.
Frome Tn Ladies U13 4 Frome Tn Yth Girls U13 1
Two late goals from Maya saw Frome Town Ladies home in this tense local derby.
After an even opening, a fabulous strike from Katie put Ladies in front.
Youth tried to respond and Martha A, Martha P and Megan created chances for Tia but Enna and Betty impressed in the Ladies defence, while keeper Georgia made several saves.
At the other end, Shannon pulled off a string of fine stops for Youth but she could do nothing about Ladies' second goal. Aimee found Katie in space and she drove home to double her tally.
Ladies duo Martha and Sammie caused problems at the start of the second half but Youth pulled a goal back when Macy found the net.
Aimee and Maya led the Ladies response, with the latter seeing an effort turned over the bar.
Maya finally found a way though to make it 3-1 and she then wrapped up the win with her second goal late on.
Frome Town Youth U12 4 Radstock Town U12 2
Max scored a clinical hat-trick as Frome secured their first win of the season against Radstock.
The match started scrappily as both teams came to terms with the slippery pitch but Frome deservedly made the breakthrough when Max finished a team move.
Mason pulled off a superb penalty save but a lapse in concentration allowed Radstock to draw level at the break.
Frome started to dominate after the restart and Max scored two more goals to complete his hat-trick, both coming from Martha's long throws.
Radstock managed to pull one back before Sol calmed Youth's nerves with a late strike.
Midsomer Norton U10 3 Frome Town Youth U10 2
Frome were denied a deserved draw when they travelled to Midsomer Norton.
The visitors started well and played some good attacking football but Norton had other ideas and scored the opening goal.
Frome responded and a quick throw by Harley found Cory, who scored his first goal after returning to the side.
Keeper Fin battled hard at the back alongside Sam and Curtis but Norton were able to get themselves ahead again.
At the other end, Max, Harley, Tom and Curtis all threatened but the Norton keeper pulled off some great saves. Frome were not to be denied, though, and Tom swept through the defence before unleashing a powerful strike to level the scores.
The game deserved to end in a draw but Norton were able to grab the winner late on.
Man of the match: Tom.