FRESHA DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS 2012/13 - RUNNERS UP 2014/15
MORRISON BELL CUP WINNERS 2013 and 2014 - FINALISTS 2015
EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP WINNERS 2013/14
FEBRUARY 3rd - FENNY AND OKES SHARE 8 GOALS IN TENSE BATTLE
In the only Premier Division game to survive the weather, Feniton and Okehampton Argyle fought out a tense but thrilling 4-4 draw. Fenny were forced into making three changes from the side that defeated Upottery the previous week with Carl Wilson serving a one match ban, the unwell Charlie Selley and Mark Simic preferring to watch egg chasing, all missing. They were replaced by Elliot Dyer, Aaron Pearse and Alex Frankpitt who was coaxed out of premature “retirement” to help out in the hour of need. In a game which really was of the proverbial two halves, Fenny had the advantage of the wind and slope in the first half and were in front after just 9 minutes when Dyer headed home Ben Ede’s free-kick. The lead however only lasted 5 minutes, Okehampton breaking upfield to score with a low drive past Jack Tucker in the home goal. Phil Everett restored Fenny’s lead with a well taken goal midway through the half only for Okes to level again, this time with a scorcher from the edge of the box. Two goals in 5 minutes just before the break to put Fenny 4-2 ahead gave them a cushion to defend in the second half when it would be their turn to face the elements. Everett got the first of these and his second when he headed home a cross from Pearse who then himself got on the scoresheet when he turned the ball home from close range following a corner. All Fenny’s best laid half-time plans of how they were going to hold on to their advantage were soon dispelled as within 15 minutes of the re-start Okehampton were back on level terms with two well taken goals after breaching the defence all too easily. For the remaining half hour it was mainly backs to the wall stuff as the visitors won corner after corner in their quest for a winner but some resolute defending kept them at bay. Fenny’s only real threat came from another Ede free-kick from which Everett was denied his hat-trick when his header was saved. Overall a decent game played in the right spirit and a hard won and welcome point for Feniton to follow up last weeks win.
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