Clevedon Town gives two goals to draw Keynsham Town

Clevedon Town lost a two-goal lead as Keynsham Town, 10, fought back with late goals to walk away with a point at Everyone Active.

Ahead of last Saturday’s game, Friends of Clevedon Town member Colin Higgins presented prizes to two players.

Morgan Davies received his award for 50 first-team appearances and goalkeeper Luca Smith, who has made such an impression since signing on loan from Bristol City, took home the Player of the Month award for rightfully at the occasion of his 18th birthday.

Ethan Feltham from Clevedon Town tours Scott Saunders from Keynsham Town.
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The game got off to a spectacular start when Clevedon took the lead after just two minutes.

Josh Pitt, in place of injured Alex Twiggs, burst into the box and played a one-two with Syd Camper before seeing his shot blocked only for the ball to bounce off Camper and pass Seth Locke into the net.

Clevedon remained in control and ten minutes later Alex Kemsley, starting for the first time in a month, did well to win a corner against Scott Gregory and Camper and Alex Camm’s short cornering routine ended with Glen Hayer in the lead.

Clevedon doubled his lead in the second half when Camper’s corner found Hayer unmarked in the middle of the goal mouth to score with a tilted header.

But in the 71st minute, the K’s fought back when substitute Dan Cottle’s cross found the back of Kemsley’s net.

This sparked a scrum in the mouth of the goal and when the referee restored order, Keynsham’s George Rooke was fired.

Oddly, it was Clevedon who got caught up against the ten men and the inevitable happened with six minutes left when the ball was not cleared and Cottle in space was able to place his shot on Smith to equalize.

Locke then rescued a point blank header from Ollie Babington before Freddie King beat his man and crossed to Ferris who retrieved the ball and saw his shot blocked by Mathew Martin.

King then cut to the left and saw his shot blocked. Babington shot just off the edge of the box, before Ferris found King whose cross was held tight by Locke as the game ended in a tie.

Syd Camper from Clevedon Town overtakes Scott Gregory from Keynsham Town

Syd Camper of Clevedon Town passes Scott Gregory of Keynsham Town (5).
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On Saturday Clevedon will make his longest trip of the season to Mousehole.

Coach leaves Everyone Active Stadium at 9 a.m. Supporters are welcome, £ 10 for Friends of Clevedon Town members and £ 20 for non-members.

On Monday, October 18, under-18s will welcome Street, kicking off at 7:30 p.m.

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