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APRIL 7th - THE ELEVEN MEN, TEN MEN, NINE MEN, TEN MEN SCORE FOUR AND KEEP A CLEAN SHEET TOO!

Feniton secured a much needed three points with a 4-0 home victory over fellow strugglers Seaton Town despite being reduced to 10 men after 40 minutes and having a player sin binned a minute before the break. Seaton made the early running and looked the more likely to score in the opening 20 minutes creating three good scoring opportunities only to shoot wide on each occasion. Fenny gradually got a foothold in the game and Eliott Dyer was denied what looked a perfectly good goal by the linesman flag. Aaron Pearse was then bundled over in the box but despite Fenny appeals for a penalty the referee thought otherwise. The home side eventually went ahead on 28 minutes when Pearse shot home after Ben Allen had carved open the Seaton defence. Five minutes later Charlie Selley tried his luck from 25 yards catching the Seaton keeper completely off guard as the ball sailed over his head and into the net. The visiitors responded well forcing Jack Tucker in the Fenny goal to make a fine double save and then having another effort cleared off the line. On 40 minutes Fenny were reduced to 10 men when Carl Wilson saw red follow a scuffle and when Dyer was sin binned a minute before half time they were down to nine. Seaton failed to capitalize on their two man advantage in the opening nine minutes of the second half and once Dyer had re-entered the fray he put in a man of the match performance to shore up the Fenny rearguard and even ventured upfield for a corner from which he powered home a header. Ten minutes from time Selley completed the scoring with his second goal, this time from the spot after Allen was brought down in the area. At the other end Tucker kept his goal intact with another good save from distance to ensure Fenny kept their first clean sheet of the season.

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