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 18th OCTOBER - FENITON v CHARD TOWN (Premier Division) kick-off 3.00pm -- WINKLEIGH v FENITON RESERVES (Division 5) kick-off 3.00pm

OCTOBER 13th - DEVON PREMIER CUP AND EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP DRAWS

Feniton have been drawn away to Elmore in the third round of the Devon Premier Cup. This wil be played on Saturday November 1st with a 2.00pm kick-off. In the second round of The East Devon Senior Cup Fenny will be at home to old adversaries Seaton Town. Date for this game to be confirmed.


OCTOBER 11th -DEJA VU AS FENNY PROGRESS IN PREMIER CUP

Feniton progressed into the 3rd round of The Devon Premier Cup following a 7-3 victory over Willand Rovers. Quite remarkably, this was the third consecutive home game they have had to come from being two goals behind before overwhelming the opposition in the second half. Fenny started brightly enough and went close on a couple of occasions before somehow managing two concede two goals in quick succession giving the visitors the upper hand. A double strike just before half time from a Ben Ede free-kick and Charlie Selley’s solo effort restored parity and, whilst not altering the dynamics of the team talk, certainly made the air less blue. Fenny looked a different side after the break dominating the play adding five further goals. Selley grabbed three of these to complete his second four-timer of the season with Mark Simic and Paul Dowling also getting on the scoresheet. The only downside was conceding a poor equaliser when 3-2 ahead after failing to clear a routine cross into the box.  So Fenny remain unbeaten this season but what must be a huge concern for Kingers is that in the four home games they have played - two in the league and two cup matches - they have conceded no fewer than 10 goals.


OCTOBER 11th -RESSIES GO THROUGH IN CUP - THIRDS SECURE FIRST POINT

Feniton Reserves overcame Stoke Hill 3-1 to move comfortably through to the next round of The Devon Intermediate Cup (East area) and earn themselves a home tie with Central FC. Meanwhile the Thirds picked up their first point of the season after a 2-2 with Sandford Reserves.



     

 


 

                                                      

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