King leads Raiders

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 November 2008 | UPDATED: 11:38 17 June 2010

P4858-46-08SH Action from Saturday's game between Sidmouth U10 Raiders & Stoke Hill (stripes).
Picture: Simon Horn.

P4858-46-08SH Action from Saturday's game between Sidmouth U10 Raiders & Stoke Hill (stripes). Picture: Simon Horn.

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A hat-trick from Freddie King and a brace apiece from Roel Ruigrok and Johnny Dunn helped the Raiders to a comfortable 9-1 win over Stoke Hill.

Sidmouth Raiders U10s 9, Stoke Hill U10s 1Sidmouth Raiders U10s 1, Moors View 3A hat-trick from Freddie King and a brace apiece from Roel Ruigrok and Johnny Dunn helped the Raiders to a comfortable 9-1 win over Stoke Hill. The Raiders started the goal fest early on with James Clarke's long range shot being deflected in. Shortly afterwards King intercepted a Stoke Hill pass on the halfway line, ran the remainder of the pitch and buried the ball past the keeper. Ruigrok managed to run through the defence to poke the ball past the out-coming keeper to make it three and it was 4-0 on the stroke of half time. The second half saw Josh Solman replace Tyler Hillier in goal. Freddie King rounded the keeper to make it six and completed a well-deserved hat-trick with his last kick of the game before being substituted. Great performances from Jack West made sure the visitors never really threatened the Sidmouth goal. Johnny Dunn scored before Stoke pulled one back. Then Dunn got his second from a rebound off the Stoke keeper. In stoppage time Will Counsell completed the rout in a game which could have seen the Raiders score a lot more.


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