FRESHA DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS 2012-13



MORRISON BELL CUP WINNERS 2013

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Colin Bishop Memorial Cup……

In memory of our late Chairman and friend Colin Bishop, his family have donated a trophy which is to be contested for annually. It has been decided that this will be in the form of a skittles competition which, apart from football, was also a great passion of Colin’s. The inaugural event will take place on Saturday May 17th at the Sports and Social Club. For full details please click HERE


21st April 2014……Another 3 points but why on an Easter Monday?

Feniton were forced into five changes from Saturdays side but still ran out very comfortable 4-2 winners at Topsham Town. The hosts also had regular players missing due to family commitments which is quite understandable on Easter Monday afternoon. It begs the question why the League chose to schedule a fixture on a Bank Holiday when it could just as easily been played one night this week when neither side has a fixture. Fenny raced into a three goal lead thanks to Dave O’Connor, Danny Lewis and Ben Ede before the home side pulled one back just before the break. They reduced the arrears still further in the second half before Charlie Selley wrapped up the points when he finished off a the move of the match with a sublime finish.


Reserves take the brunt…….

To compound matters the reserves were also given an Easter Monday fixture despite only having  two league matches remaining. With first team call ups, including that of manager Richard Austin leaving them understrength, it was no surprise they went down 7-2 to a strong Dawlish United outfit.


19th April 2014……woodwork denies Fenny in goalless clash

Feniton were desperately unlucky not to come away from second in the table Newtown with all three points in a match the home side had to win if they harboured thoughts of catching league leaders St Martins. Fenny created several good opportunities whilst restricting their normally free-scoring hosts to just a couple of half chances. After a fairly even first half in which Fenny struck the crossbar, the Acland Park men dominated much of the second period. Danny Lewis was denied by the keeper when clean through, Charlie Selley’s fine volley clipped the top of the bar and just 2 minutes from time Ben Ede’s shot from 20 yards cannoned back of the upright with the Newtown keeper well beaten.


Reserves finish 0-0 too……..

Feniton Reserves, also played the team lying in second place in their league table, Langdon, and they too were unfortunate not to run out winners but squandered several clear cut scoring opportunities.


3rd April 2014……Ladies win Devon Cup

Feniton Ladies triumphed in the final of The Devon Supplementary Cup with a thoroughly deserved 3-0 victoyr over Heavitree Ladies at  Devon FA’s Coach Road headquarters. Natalie Matthews gave Fenny a first-half lead with further goals from Stephanie Matthews and Nicola Brown ensuring victory.


East Devon Senior Cup Semi-Final….

Exeter University will be Fenny’s opponents in the semi-final of The East Devon Senior Cup following the students 7-2 thrashing of Thorverton in their quarter-final match. Date to be announced.


Pete takes the reins…….

Feniton Football Club are delighted to announce that Peter Dyer has been elected as Club Chairman to succeed the late Colin Bishop. Pete has connections with the club as son Louie is a prominent member of the reserve side and another son Elliot was a member of last seasons double winning first team squad. Everyone at Feniton wishes Pete every success in his new role. Current first team player Matt Kingdon has been elected as Vice-Chairman.




>click HERE to see pictures v St Martins 1/02/14                    >click HERE to see pictures v Chard Town 1/03/14

>click HERE to see pictures v Seaton Town 15/03/14              >click HERE to see pictures v Willand Rovers 12/04/14


ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS  AT  FENITON FC

Why not promote your business on one of our pitchside perimeter advertising boards. We are offereing special introductory rates running right through to the end of next season (2014-15). Please contact us for further details.













OTTER WINDOWS SPONSOR FENITON

We are delighted to announce that  John Capon,  Managing Director of Otter Windows, has kindly agreed to sponsor Feniton Football Club. Both the first and reserve teams will wear new kits with the Otter Windows logo and we will also have the use of their mini-bus for away match travel.


INTERESTED IN JOINING FENITON FC

Have you recently moved to the area and want to play football or are you looking to  join a new club?   Here at Feniton we have a range of football teams suited for all, men, ladies and youth. We are a friendly football club who welcome all abilities. For further information please contact us and let us know your name, contact details and which team you are interested in joining.

St Martins Seaton Chard Town Willand Rovers Colin Bishop