The Warriors returned to league duties with a home win against a physical Clevedon Town Juniors.
The 1st half started off with a bang with Francis Campbell opening up his account early on, and almost doubled his tally if it wasn't for the post and the long grass. Clevedon failed to really test the Warriors keeper Jamie Draper who had little to do in the game apart from a few saves, lots to be said about his kicking which has improved over the summer - this came into affect as he launched the ball from his own box, over the top of the Clevedon defence and into the path of debutant striker Archie Whittaker who took his first well, minutes later he added his second of the game with a sweet half volley from close range. The Warriors were flooding the opposition half and were unlucky not to get more thanks to the fine saves from the Clevedon keeper.
The second half was pretty much the same, but Clevedon became more physical and frustrated with the Warriors. They got a goal through a massive deflection of Jamie Burnett which then disappeared through Drapers legs - a little laugh to himself knew he had no chance. The Warriors stepped up the pace of the game, even the long grass was now being entertained by some fabulous one touch football. Jamie Burnett then got his 1st of the season and the game was finally finished off from Campbell who bagged his 2nd of the game.
Final result - Warriors 5 v Clevedon Utd Juniors 1