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JULY 19th - FIRST PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY ENDS IN 4-2 DEFEAT

Feniton stepped in a short notice to visit Peninsula Division One (East) side Okehampton Argyle after their scheduled opponents Overton United from Hampshire cancelled. Fielding a mixture of first team and reserves players, Fenny fell behind after a quarter of an hour and then conceded a further two goals in the last four minutes of the first half. They put up a much better showing in the second half and were rewarded with a goal from Mark Edbon only for Okey to quickly restore their three goal cushion. Paul Dowling added a second for Feniton to complete the scoring in what proved a good workout for both sides.


May 27th - CUP DOUBLE DELIGHT AS FENNY WIN MORRISON BELL FOR SECOND SUCCESSIVE YEAR….

A Dave O’Connor strike midway through the second half was enough to see off gallant opponents Upottery and give Feniton their second cup success in the space of 5 days. Apart from the opening 20 minutes when Fenny won a succession of corners and twice went close to opening the scoring, there was little to choose between the sides for the remainder of the game with The Otters more than matching Fenny despite the three division gap. Indeed, based on this performance some of the Otters players could quite easily grace the Premier Division. The relief on the faces of the Fenny players, management and supporters was clear to see when the goal went in but they still had to endure some anxious moments near the end as Upottery searched for an equaliser and they had Ben Ede to thank for hacking the ball off the line following a free header from a corner. Charlie Selley then looked certain to add a second for Fenny but he was brought down right on the edge of the area after rounding the keeper and the subsequent free kick went to waste. So, following a disappointing fourth place in the league Fenny ended their long season with a well merited cup double and they can now look forward to next season with anticipation of further success.


May 22nd - FENTASTIC FENNY WIN EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP….

Feniton lifted the prestigious East Devon Senior Cup for the first time in their long history by defeating hot favourites and Devon and Exeter Premier Division runaway champions St Martins on penalties at Crediton United’s well appointed Lords Meadow ground. After a goalless 120 minutes of absorbing football Fenny held there nerve to triumph in the shoot out converting all five of their kicks. That the match got that far was due in no small part to Saints keeper Lee Bailey who repeatedly kept  Fenny at bay by making a string of outstanding saves including an incredible one at point blank range to deny Paul Dowling in the last of the 90 minutes. Such was Bailey’s performance, the adjudicators chose as man of the match although the immense performance of Fenny wing-back Alex Frankpitt must have ran him very close. Both sides were reduced to ten men after 25 minutes of the start following a double sending-off, Fenny’s Mark Kingdon perhaps unlucky to see red for reacting to a reckless tackle which could easily caused him a nasty injury. The first four penalties from each side were all of the highest quality giving the keepers no chance of saving. Alex Frankpitt, Charlie Selley, Dave O’Connor and Mark Simic all showing true composure to tuck theirs away for Fenny. After Saints struck the post with their fifth spot-kick, up stepped Ben Ede to stroke the ball home to win his side the cup before being engulfed by his jubilant teammates. So a new name appears on the cup which according to The Old Sage of Colestocks was first contested in 1904 when it was won by RFA Battery (possibly Duracell FC these days!)  


May 21st - CUP DOUBLE FOR LADIES….

Feniton Ladies added the Westward Development League Cup to the Devon Supplementary Cup they won last month by soundly defeating League Champions AFC Plympton 4-1 at Liverton United’s Halford Cross ground. Fenny would have started the match as slight underdogs considering Plympton had only dropped two league points all season (that in a 2-2 draw with Feniton). The sides went in at the break level at 1-1, Feniton taking the lead through an own goal only to concede an equaliser shortly after but a powerhouse second half display from Fenny saw them score three times without reply with strikes by Emma Mingo (2) and Emily Horman.


May 20th - RESERVES NARROWLY BEATEN  IN GOLESWORTHY CUP FINAL….

Despite a spirited second half fight back, Feniton Reserves narrowly failed to overcome a two goal interval deficit leaving Axmouth United to lift the Golesworthy Cup at Ottery St Mary FC. Fenny would be disappointed in the manner in which they conceded twice early on, both caused by poor marking from set plays. Louie Dyer’s crisp finish 20 minutes from time gave Fenny hope and although having plenty of possession, they couldn’t quite manage to carve out any other real goal scoring opportunities.



>click HERE to see pictures v St Martins 1/02/14                    >click HERE to see pictures v Chard Town 1/03/14

>click HERE to see pictures v Seaton Town 15/03/14              >click HERE to see pictures v Willand Rovers 12/04/14


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INTERESTED IN JOINING FENITON FC

Have you recently moved to the area and want to play football or are you looking to  join a new club?   Here at Feniton we have a range of football teams suited for all, men, ladies and youth. We are a friendly football club who welcome all abilities. For further information please contact us and let us know your name, contact details and which team you are interested in joining.

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