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In pictures: Dursley U18s 7 Malvern U18s 5

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Dursley U18s edged a 12-goal feast against Malvern U18s at the Rec.

Earlier, Jake Polkinghorne helped himself to a hat-trick for the home side. Alfie Jones, Zecca Martins, Oli Norris and Alfie Poskett from the penalty spot added to the goal feast.

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Earlier, Dursley, managed by Brad Price and Oli Billings, raced into a 5-1 lead at the break, but Malvern mounted a spirited response after the interval with four second-half goals, but the home side saw the game out.

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