SPREYTON, playing at home against Kenn Valley United, started the game of fierce scoring within minutes with a lovely flicked header from Chris Down for Matt Baker to nod home his first of the match.

Shortly after the first goal Ben Angel netted his first goal of the day with a lovely finish past the ‘keeper. With 20 minutes gone and 2-0 up it looked like Spreyton were on a mission.

Another break with Ben Angel down the middle of the park to slot home his second of the afternoon to go 3-0 up within half-an-hour.

Ben Angel completed his hat-trick within 15 minutes with another break behind the defender with a lovely finish almost like the first finish to go 4-0 up just before half-time. With five minutes to go Mike Hows played a fantastic ball to Chris Down to start Chris’ goals of the day to finish comfortably with his left nestling in the bottom corner to go 5-0 in at the break.

The second half was more of the same - goals, goals and more goals!

Spreyton started the second half a bit shaky and it was looking like Kenn was going to nick one or two goals but once it settled Chris Down found himself one-on-one and finished fantastically for his brace of the afternoon!

Shortly after Matt Baker was on the left-hand side of midfield and knocked a ball over to Liam Ward to volley home the seventh.

Then minutes later Koehan King got his first ever goal for Spreyton with a lovely 30-yard (pea roller) into the bottom left-hand corner to make it 8-0 to Spreyton.

Chris Down completed his hat-trick shortly after with a lovely dinked finish over the ‘keeper to go 9-0 up with 20 minutes to go.

Baker then scored two goals in 15 minutes with the first a scramble in the box and Baker finished across the floor with the ‘keeper making a howler to make it 10-0 up with 10 minutes to go.

Shortly after the goal went in Chris Down found himself on the right-hand side of midfield and unselfishly passed across to Baker to complete his first hat-trick for the club with a dinked left footed finish over the Kenn ‘keeper.

Matt Baker