Kaliq stars again as Ottery Under-14s record nap hand win at Central
- Credit: Archant
Central Wanderers 1, Ottery St Mary 5 A week after their giant killing cup exploits Ottery St Mary Under-14s returned to league action and proved just as successful.
James Hepworth fired them ahead and the lead was doubled with Tom Collins the scorer.
Just before the break Aiden Mitchell made it three.
The home side got one back from the penalty spot, the kick awarded after the outstanding Jac Kaliq seemed to win the ball in a powerful penalty area challenge.
The three goal lead was swiftly restored when Collins bagged his second. Hepworth finished what he started with his second and his side’s fifth.
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Otters boss Steve Flinders said: “It was another very good all-round performance. Young Jac (Kaliq) is in great form right now. I did think the spot kick was harsh, but it had no effect on the outcome.”
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