FRESHA DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS 2012-13
MORRISON BELL CUP WINNERS 2013 and 2014
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MARCH 21st - FENITON WENT TO BOW, AND WON ON BOW’S MEADOW
Feniton consolidated second place in The Premier Division table with a comfortable 3-0 victory at Bow in what was an instantly forgettable encounter. Conditions played their part, a small and extremely bumpy playing surface plus a stiff breeze hampered both sides attempts to play the beautiful game and consequently the ball spent a lot of time in the air or out of play. Fenny had the breeze against them in the first half and Ben Ede was unlucky not to put them ahead after just 5 minutes when his speculative effort from just inside the Bow half cannoned back off an upright. They did go in front on 20 minutes, Danny Lewis scoring from close range following one of several corners conceded by an overworked home defence. Bow rarely threatened until 15 minutes before the break when they applied a spell of sustained pressure in which they hit the crossbar and then forced Chris May into a point blank save with Fenny looking at sixes and sevens but somehow surviving with their goal intact. With the elements in their favour in the second half Fenny dominated much of the play, May rarely being called into action. They were rewarded with two further goals, a second for Lewis plus a Paul Dowling effort to ensure they went home with the points against a side who are always provide competitive opposition.
MARCH 21st - RESSIES AND THIRS BOTH 1-1 DRAW
Feniton Reserves met Hatherleigh Town Reserves for the second successive Saturday and, just like last week, honours were even as the sides shared a point apiece. Billy Parnell gave Fenny the lead only for them to concede an equaliser late on. It was the same scoreline for the Thirds as the two bottom sides in the Division Eight table met at Tedburn St Mary Reserves.
MARCH 14th - DOWLING SENDS TOPS SPINNING
A superb hat-trick from Paul Dowling inspired Feniton to a 6-3 win at Topsham Town and move them up to second place in the Premier Division table behind red hot title favourites Tiverton Town. Still crippled by player unavailability, Fenny were again forced into a number of changes including a call up for Andrew Rose who became the fifth different custodian they have used this season. Topsham started the match much the better and went in front after 13 minutes when a long free-kick into the box was forced home past a static Fenny defence. On 20 minutes Dowling scored his first with a fine volley for a Fenny equaliser and they quickly added three further goals before the interval. Phil Everett headed number two from a corner, Charlie Selley’s fine solo effort accounted for number three and an audacious finish from skipper Ben Ede put his side in total control. Fenny increased their lead on 52 minutes when Dowling outpaced the Tops defence to score his second and with the game effectively won it presented an ideal opportunity to replace Ben Allen and Chris Palfrey who were amongst their walking wounded. Maybe the changes slightly disrupted their flow as within 5 minutes Topsham had scored twice, the first from the penalty spot awarded for a trip in the area and then from a quick break leaving them two on two. This prompted a re-shuffle in the formation which swiftly restored normality and Dowling had the final word when he latched onto an inch perfect pass from Selley to complete the scoring.