FRESHA DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS 2012-13
MORRISON BELL CUP WINNERS 2013 and 2014
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APRIL 22nd - FENNY EDGE OUT SIDBURY 1-0
A Ben Ede free-kick proved to be the only goal of what was a stirring contest between two evenly matched sides both vying for runners-up spot in the Premier Division. There was plenty of endeavour and certainly no shortage of skill shown by both teams throughout with Feniton, based on their second half performance, who were just about good value for their win. It was Sidbury who asked most of the questions in the first half although rarely did they threaten Chris May in the Fenny goal whilst at the other end the best chances of the half fell to Danny Lewis who twice forced the home keeper into making fine saves. Fenny saw much more of the ball after the break and broke the deadlock on 55 minutes, perhaps somewhat fortunately, when Ede’s cross to the far post eluded everyone and nestled into the corner of the net. On the occasions Sidbury went forward they found the Fenny back three of Mark Simic, Phil Everett and Stuart Blackmore - who was argualby the man of the match, all in resolute mood so much so they failed to register a single shot on target. With Ben Allen beginning to dominate the midfield it was Fenny who looked more the likely to add another goal with Lewis and Richard Pears both going close. They were still thankful to hear the final whistle however especially as four of the team had been involved in a representative trial match in North Devon the previous evening. It was in the clubhouse after the game that reality shone through when members from both teams who had provided 90 minutes of solid entertainment for a decent sized crowd, dipped into their pockets to pay their respective match fees just as news filtered through that the league leaders, who offer their players handsome rewards and think nothing of using this as a tool to entice others away from their clubs, had just been stuffed 4-1. Happy days!
APRIL 18th - DOUBLE FIGURES FOR RAMPANT FENNY
Ben Ede and Danny Lewis both hit four timers as Feniton put last Wednesdays narrow defeat against Topsham Town behind them and romped to a 10-1 victory against Willand Rovers. The pattern of the match was set inside the opening quarter of an hour when Ede struck twice to put Fenny in control. An uncharacteristic error by Mark Simic let in Willand to pull a goal back on 20 minutes but thereafter it was all one way traffic with Fenny adding three further goals before the break with a brace from Lewis and another from Ede which completed his hat-trick. It was more of the same in the second half with Fenny attacking at will and doubling their score with goals from Lewis (2), Ede, Charlie Selley plus a spectacular headed own goal completed the rout.