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 4th OCTOBER - FENITON v THORVETON (Premier Division) kick-off 3.00pm -- SANDFORD v FENITON RESERVES (Divison 5) kick-off 3.00pm

SEPTEMBER 27th - RESSIES HIT SEVEN

Feniton’s second string made it four wins from five starts with a 7-2 thumping of lowly Stoke Hill. The visitors arrived at Acland Park with just a single point from their four league matches thus far and  never really threatened to upset the form book. With several players attending a wedding, Feniton first team were not in action so the Reserves were able to call on the services of Danny Lewis and Paul Dowling who each played a half with the latter scoring 4 times after coming on at the interval. Fenny opened the scoring after 2 minutes when a defender headed a corner into his own net. Lewis swiftly added a second before Aaron Sowden pulled a goal back for Hill just before the break. The second half was the Dowling show as apart from Paul’s four-timer, brother Matt also got onto the scoresheet. The gallant Exeter side managed to get themselves a consolation when the impressive Sowden notched his second with a well taken goal.


SEPTEMBER 20th - FENITON AND SIDBURY SHARE SPOILS IN A CRACKER

Feniton were held to a 3-3 draw in a thrilling Premier Division encounter at home to newly promoted Sidbury United. Based on  the number of clear chances created Fenny would probably  have thought they had done enough to win the game but, after twice having to come from two goals behind, were thankful in the end to rescue a point. Fenny started well enough with Paul Dowling and Danny Lewis both going close before they suddenly found themselves 2-0 down conceding goals in an all too familiar fashion. The first when they lost possession on the edge of the Sidbury box and with too many players committed forward, Sidbury broke away in numbers allowing Danny Green to score with ease. The second when they allowed a throw-in to bounce twice in their own area and this time Dave Green had the simple task of prodding the ball home. Between these goals, Dowling was unlucky to see his shot hit the inside of the post and rebound to safety. Just before the break Fenny pulled a goal back through Lewis who stooped to head home a loose ball at the far post. Within 10 minutes of the second half Sidbury restored their two goal advantage when the referee awarded them a penalty kick following what appeared to be a coming together of attacker and defender. Five minutes later they had the chance to put themselves out of reach but  wasted another spot-kick this time given against keeper Chris Palfrey after Fenny had failed to deal with a cross into the box. This seemed to act as a spur to the home side and gave them the impetus to begin to dominate the game. Lewis added his second after Ben Allen set him up and when he returned the favour minutes later, Allen’s effort went agonisingly over the crossbar. Undeterred, it didn’t take him long  to make amends however, equalising with a stunning left-foot volley from the edge of the box. With 10 minutes remaining there was every chance Fenny would go on and score the winner but despite having several corners and seeing another blistering goalbound Allen strike hit a defenders head they were unable to secure an unlikely victory. Full credit to both sides for entertaining the sizeable crowd with Sidbury showing that their recent victory over hot title favourites Tiverton Town was certainly no fluke.


SEPTEMBER 16th - HOME TIES  IN DEVON PREMIER CUP AND EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP

Feniton have been drawn at home to Willand Rovers Reserves in the Devon Premier Cup. The sides have already met in the league this season with Fenny running out 3-0 victors under The Silver Street lights. Date for the cup-tie is Saturday 11th October with a 2.00pm kick-off. Holders Feniton have also been drawn at home in the second round of The East Devon Senior Cup against either old adversaries Seaton Town or Exmouth Amateurs whose first round match is scheduled for 4th October.



>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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