Congratulations to Callum Morris who has been named in Sgorio's Five-on-Form following his hat trick against Llandudno on Saturday evening.
Morris captained the team in the absence of the injured George Horan and turned in a leader's performance. Morris first found the net in the 29th minute with a perfectly timed volley as he got on the end of a Ryan Wignall cross.
He then added to his tally in the 46th minute, converting high into the net from the penalty spot after Michael Wilde was brought down. It would not be his last goal however, as in the dying embers of the game, Andy Owens was fouled, and Morris again converted from the spot to complete his hat trick.
During his post match interview, Andy Morrison spoke about Morris saying; "...he's just coming into a really good age now and he covers the ground, he's calm in posession, he scores goals and he's ready really to break through and I expect Callum Morris to go on and play at a higher level, you know, he hasn't really had a break as yet or have things fall for him in his career but I'm seeing enough in training, I'm seeing enough in the way he carries himself that he's turning into a proper man and they're hard to find these days..." Congratulations Callum!
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