Ottery St Mary Under-15s power to Central success with Collins netting four

10:11 03 April 2014

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Ottery St Mary 8, Central 2

Ottery St Mary Under-15s powered their way to an emphatic victory in their latest Exeter and District Youth League game.

The first half performance from the Otters was one of pace, power and clinical finishing.

They scored four unanswered first half goals and then, when Central made things interesting with two after the break, they stepped up a gear to net four more.

Tom Collins led the scoring with four goals whilst James Hepworth bagged a hat-trick.

Lewis Matthews got the other Otters goal.

Hepworth was named the Otters Man of the Match for a splendid shift on the right wing.

The Otters were in action last night entertaining Kentisbeare and are back in action again tomorrow when they play host to Brixington Blues.

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