FRESHA DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS 2012-13



MORRISON BELL CUP WINNERS 2013 and 2014

EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP WINNERS 2013-14

FORTHCOMING FIXTURES: SATURDAY 20th DECEMBER - FENITON V HATHERLEIGH TOWN (Premier Division) kick-off 2.15pm -- HATHERLEIGH TOWN RESERVES v FENITON RESERVES (Division 5) kick-off 2.15pm

DECEMBER 6th - WASTEFUL FENNY OUT OF DEVON PREMIER CUP

Feniton squandered a marvellous opportunity to reach the quarter-finals of The Devon Premier Cup when they went down to a last minute winner at Peninsula side Holsworthy despite bossing the game for long periods. As in the recent matches at Seaton Town and Beer Albion, had Fenny taken just a quarter of the clear cut first-half chances created they would have comfortably been able to declare at half-time. True, the home keeper had an inspired afternoon and made save after save although from a Fenny perspective,  at least four of those were from efforts inside the six yard box when they really should have been much more clinical with their finishing. All this after finding themselves a goal down inside the opening 5 minutes when Matt Carroll volleyed home from a free-kick. Paul Dowling, who ran the home defence ragged during the opening half got a deserved equaliser after 20 minutes and thereafter they laid seige on the home goal for the remainder of the half but alas without finding the net. In fairness to Holsworthy who were obviously buoyed up from a half-time rollocking, they put up a much better showing after the break. Feniton were still a threat going forward and continued to make chances albeit less frequent than in the opening period but still forced the keeper into more fine saves, including an incredible one to keep out a Ben Ede free-kick. Just as extra-time was looming disaster struck! From yet another Fenny attack Dowling saw his shot saved by the keeper who in turn launched the ball deep upfield. Confusion between keeper and defender ensued which resulted in the ball running loose leaving Nathan Bonney a totally open goal to score an unlikely winner and spark wild scenes of celebration from his jubilant team mates.  


DECEMBER 6th -  ANOTHER DEFEAT FOR WEAKENED RESSIES

Feniton Reserves, who led the Division 5 table a month ago, slumped to their second heavy defeat on the trot, this time going down 5-1 at Uplowman Athletic. Joe Titmuss, one of several Third team players Fenny were forced to field, scored their goal with a headed equaliser in the first half.


OCTOBER 13th -  EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP DRAW

In the second round of The East Devon Senior Cup holders Feniton have been handed a home tie against old adversaries Seaton Town. Date for this game to be confirmed.




     

 


 

                                                      

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