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FORTHCOMING FIXTURES: SATURDAY 29th NOVEMBER - FENITON v BOW AAC (Premier Division) kick-off 2.15pm -- FLUXTON v FENITON RESERVES (Division 5) kick-off 2.15pm

NOVEMBER 22nd - INJURY FORCES ABANDONMENT

Feniton’s eagerly awaited clash with table toppers Tiverton Town was abandoned after just 5 minutes following a nasty injury to Niall Jefford who ironically was making his first start in a blue shirt following eight appearances from the bench this season. Meanwhile, the Reserves got back to winning ways with a 5-0 victory over Starcross Generals which pushes them up to third spot in Division 5  but the Thirds remain rooted to the foot of Division 8 table after going down 4-2 at fourth placed Ottery St Mary Reserves.


NOVEMBER 15th - UNBEATEN RECORD GOES WITH A WHIMPER

Feniton tasted defeat for the first time in ten starts this season when they went down 2-1 at Beer Albion, their second successive loss at Furzebrake. Things may have been so much different had they managed to find the net during an opening 15 minutes bombardment on the home goal but a combination of poor finishing, inspired goalkeeping and plain back luck kept the scoreline blank. After surviving the onslaught, Beer must have thought this could just be their day and began to get on top with a ragged looking Feniton outfit restricted to sporadic attacks. The went in front on 35 minutes when Fenny gave away a needless corner. A sliced clearance led to another corner from which the ball was flicked across the goal leaving Cooper an easy tap in. “That was appalling” was heard from one of the Feniton faithful in the sizeable crowd as their beleaguered side tropped in for the break and in truth, it was hard to argue against it. The half-time words obviously fell on deaf ears as it was Beer who came out strongly and continued to dominate. The inevitable second goal came 10 minutes in when Smith scored from close range after Fenny had failed not once, twice but in three attempts to clear. Beer continued to hold the upper hand until the last 15 minutes when Fenny threw players forward in an attempt to salvage something out of the game, a move which paid dividends when Paul Dowling’s neat finish pegged back a goal 5 minutes from time. They could even have snatched an undeserved draw in the dying moments but defender Stuart Blackmore’s first time effort flew agonisingly the wrong side of the upright. In analysis, this defeat has been looming as it was the fifth time from their ten games Fenny had trailed by two clear goals and the seventh time they had fallen behind. On this occasion their normally potent strike force were frustrated by a resilient Beer rearguard. Fenny will know full well that there needs to be a vast improvement when champions elect Tiverton Town visit Acland Park on Saturday.


NOVEMBER 15th - RESSIES LET LEAD SLIP, THIRDS SOUNDLY BEATEN

Feniton Reserves, boasting a 100% home record with five straight wins, were ahead 3-2 with just 10 minutes remaining when they conceded two late goals to slip to defeat in their Division 5 encounter with Halwill Reserves. Richard Austin, Louie Dyer and Jamie Doidge were the Fenny marksmen. The Thirds youngsters faced a Culm United Reserve side who had yet to drop a point in Division 8 and despite putting up a good show slipped to a 7-0 defeat.  


NOVEMBER 3rd - HOLSWORTHY UP NEXT IN PREMIER CUP

Feniton face the long trek to South West Peninsula West Division side Holsworthy in the third round of The Devon Premier Cup. The Magpies, who have won 3 and drawn 1 of their 12 league so for this season, thrashed Axminster Town 5-0 in the last round to reach this stage. The tie is to be played on Saturday 6th December kick-off 2.00pm


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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