Storton's late goal enough for Treboeth
TREBOETH United Under-10s edged out Dunvant 1-0 after a tight contest in the Swansea Junior League.
Treboeth's Tito Anderson was equal to any threat and made several surges forward. AJ Storton was heavily involved at both ends as he showed great stamina to cover his defence.
Winger Zak Connor almost set up Andrew Toulcher but Dunvant's defence could not be breached.
Dunvant were very dangerous in the second half and had a number of chances. Anderson and Chaquile Collins were backed up by keeper Nick Tooze, who saved bravely.
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Just as it looked like the match would end goalless, Treboeth grabbed a late winner. From a corner, Ethan Goatley played the ball to Storton, who fired home through a crowd for the winner.
Treboeth's next game saw them draw 0-0 with Sandfields.
Treboeth were forced to defend for long periods, with Anderson and Collins proving a solid partnership. Tooze made some fine blocks and saves, while Sandfields missed two great chances.
Toulcher almost scored from a flowing move when Storton was fed by Collins. He raced down the right and crossed invitingly for Toulcher. However, the ball bobbled and the shot went wide.
Connor then hit the crossbar with a great shot. Ashley Hall had a good game in midfield and Bradley Morgan made some important blocks.
Sandfields pressed in the second half but found it difficult to get past the outstanding Anderson and Collins. When they did, Tooze was on top form.
The final game saw an excellent Mumbles Rangers Albion easily beat Treboeth 5-0.