Hollington’s games fall victim to the weather – but the U18s battle on

Hollington U18s 5

Steyning 0

Both the first and second team games fell victim to the weather on Saturday along with the U16’s on Sunday. With the U21s not having a fixture that left just the U18ss with a game against Steyning.

13620337_1798884160398023_5177078339139651911_nFrom the off the young Lions were all over the opposition who didn’t seem to like conditions and in the first ten mins Hollingon had at least five decent chances that went close.

The first goal came from a header by James Hull, with the second coming from a cheeky back heel by Sean Howard, then just before half time another splendid header from Hull made it three for the young Lions.

In the second half Steyning came out with a bit more aggression which was seen off quite quickly and the young Lions took control again.

Hull got his hat-trick and a debut goal from Kian Mcdonagh made the final score 5-0.

It was a great performance from the young Lions – good things predicted for a few of these young lads.

A date for the diary everyone is the end of season presentation that will be held at Hastings United Social Club in Elphinstone Rd on Friday May 18 starting at 7.30pm. All players past and present and supporters are welcome.

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