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Tasty show from Savory

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IN-FORM striker Jamie Savory scored four goals as St Saviour beat St Martin 6-1 on their way to the final of the Trinity Shield, to be played in May.

Within the first ten minutes St Saviour were in front, following a neatly directed header by Savory and the parish side effectively ended the contest at half-time with two other goals, the third by Savory after a second by Craig Leitch, who pounced on a long clearance from his keeper to give James Perchard in the St Martin goal no chance with a deft flick into the net.

So, at 3-0 by half time, the game was as good as over. For a ten minute period St Martin raised their game and deservedly scored, from a Ross Barron tap-in, but a careless tackle in the St Martin penalty area gave Savory the chance of a hat-trick, which he enjoyed in the 48th minute, when he put the ball wide and to the right of the keeper.

So, with less than half of the game to play, St Saviour were 4-1 in front and there was very little more to come from the St Martin attack.

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