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MAY 19th - SHAMEFUL SCENES MAR MORISSON BELL CUP FINAL

Regrettably, the Final of the Morission Bell Cup will be remembered not for what went on during the game but more for the shameful scenes at the end of it. As the final whistle sounded, an individual from the Sidbury United management team approached the Feniton dug out and began screaming a totally unprovoked tirade of  vile obscenities, and in doing so showed total disregard and discontempt to the ladies and YOUNG CHILDREN who were in the close proximity, the Cups Committee for ruining what is supposed to be their showpiece event and also the officials of Ottery St Mary Football Club who hosted the match. Quite obviously such loutish behaviour has no place in football and no doubt  the Senior Officers of Sidbury United will take the appropriate action especially as the episode has left their name badly tarnished. For the record it was Sidbury who lifted the trophy for the first time in their history and deservedly so, winning a disappointing game thanks to a 25th minute penalty in an incident that saw Fenny keeper Chris May red carded for unceremoniously clattering a forward to the floor as he bore down on goal. Matt Kingdon took over between the posts but could nothing to keep out Ben Clay’s confidently struck spot kick. Just before the break Sidbury were also reduced to 10 men when Dan Clay inexplicably stamped on a grounded Charlie Selley, again leaving the referee no other option than to brandish a red card. The second half was largely uneventful and Feniton, who were seeking to become only the second side in the history of the competition to win it three years running, can have no complaints about the result. Too many of their players remained anonymous throughout and apart from an Alex Frankpitt header which was narrowly off target, they rarely threatened the Sidbury goal. By contrast, in a game that saw very little football played, it was the greater desire and effort of their opponents which earned them victory. The on pitch fracas that ensued was an understandable reaction by incensed players and parents to the afore mentioned vitriol and even more sadly this was exacerbated by the involvement of one of the players who was earlier sent from it. The referees report should make very interesting reading indeed!