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EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP WINNERS 2013-14

FORTHCOMING FIXTURES: SATURDAY 1st NOVEMBER - ELMORE v FENITON (Devon Premier Cup) kick-off 2.00pm -- FENITON RESERVES v CENTRAL FC (Devon Intermediate Cup) kick-off 2.00pm

OCTOBER 25th - EVERGREEN EVERETT

A remarkable hat-trick inside 20 second half minutes from full back Phil Everett rescued the points for Feniton after they had  fallen behind at Seaton Town. Rarely will a team dominate a first half so much as Fenny did but come in at the break with a blank scoreline after they contrived to squander chance after chance including twice putting the ball high over the crossbar from inside the six yard box! The inevitable happened on the hour mark when they fell behind with Seaton opening the scoring scored with a good header following a cross from the left. The lead could easily have been doubled minutes later but somehow Fenny managed to scramble the ball away from the line after it come back off the post. The goal Fenny had threatened throughout eventually came when Everett, on another forward sortie shot powerfully home to equalise. Charlie Selley was then denied by a post before  Seaton’s indiscipline saw them reduced to ten men. Everett’s second goal came when he headed home a perfectly delivered corner from Ben Ede and he completed the scoring five minutes from time with his third goal, applying a crisp finish to a fine attacking move involving Alex Frankpitt and Ben Allen.   


OCTOBER 25th - RESSIES STILL TOP BUT THIRDS ARE BEATEN

Both Feniton Reservres and Thirds were involved in local derby home matches at the weekend. The Reserves remained in top spot of the Division Five table after running out 2-1 victors over Honiton Town Reserves thanks to goals from Jamie Doidge and Neil Winter but had to survive some second half pressure in order to do so. The Thirds went down 3-0 in their Divison Eight encounter with Ottery St Mary Reserves.


OCTOBER 18th - CHARD CHARRED

Feniton done their goal difference a world of good as they stormed to a 6-0 victory over a decent enough Chard Town side. Fenny got off to what is becoming their customary sluggish start and could quite easily have found themselves behind early on, the visitors spurning two good chances. Gradually however Fenny’s attacking impetus began to flourish and they started to create openings of their own. Sam Downes was unlucky to see his header bounce back of the underside of the crossbar and another from Richard Austin  produced a flying save from the keeper before two Charlie Selley goals in quick succession put them in command. Chard then spurned a glorious opportunity to pull a goal back on the stroke of half-time and were made pay as any hope they held of getting back into the match disappeared within 60 seconds of the restart. Quick inter-play between Paul Dowling and Selley saw the latter square the ball to skipper Ben Ede who picked his spot and side footed the ball home. Austin added the fourth on the hour mark with a crisp left footer from just inside the box and a fine solo effort from Dowling accounted for number five. Ede completed the scoring ten minutes from time, once again finishing off another slick passing move.


OCTOBER 18th - LOUIE’S DOUBLE SENDS RESSIES TOP - THIRDS RECORD FIRST WIN

Two goals from midfield talisman Louie Dyer were enough to give the reserves a 2-1 victory in a keenly fought contest at Winkleigh and send them to the top of the Division 5 table. Meanwhile, the young third team had a historic first win when they came back from Moretonhampstead with the points, also winning by the odd goal in three. Joe Titmuss and Scott Kelly were on target for Fenny.


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.




     

 


 

                                                      

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