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TERRAS: Best Yett in FA Cup
STEWART Yetton was once again the hero for the Terras as they booked their place in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup at the Corinium Stadium on Saturday.
The in-form striker bagged a double in the 2-1 victory over Cirencester Town, which led to huge plaudits from his manager Brendon King.
The Terras' boss said: “I brought Stewart Yetton to the club because he wins football matches for you and that is exactly what he did on Saturday.
“His first goal was a good finish after some fine all-round play and had Match of the Day shown his second one, people would have been raving about it all weekend.
“Sam Poole played a good through ball and Yetts controlled it on his chest before smashing a left-foot volley into the top corner.
“No goalkeeper in the land would have saved it and it really was a strike that was worthy of winning any game.”
Yetton has now scored 10 goals in 13 competitive matches for the Terras and King puts that record down to hard graft.
He added: “His work rate is outstanding and that is how he gets his rewards.
“He works back when you are under the cosh and he never gives defenders a minute’s peace.”
Reflecting on the game in more detail, King went on to say: “Over the 90 minutes I thought we deserved it.
“They had a good spell in the second half but apart from their goal, Jason Matthews only had one other real save to make, the rest of it was routine.
“Dave Allen and Ben Joyce also had good chances for us and over the course of the afternoon I thought we looked the better side.
“We changed the shape a bit and went three at the back with Luke Burbidge up front with Yetts and Ben Joyce just in behind and it worked well.
“It’s been a long time since this club has been this far in the FA Cup and now we can all look forward to the draw.”
The last time the Terras were involved in the fourth qualifying round was back in 2008-09 when they were a Conference club. The draw is set to take place around midday today.
*Weymouth also bagged £7,500 in prize money with Saturday’s victory.
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