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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Under 12's League Cup
    Directory Old Reports Under 12 s Division 2 Fixtures Results Tables Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 12 s Cup Competition Under 12 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 12 s Division 3 Fixtures Results Tables Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 12 s Cup Competition Under 12 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 11 s DG66 Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 11 s Cup Competition Under 11 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 11 s DG68 Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 11 s Cup Competition Under 11 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 11 s DG99 Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 11 s Cup Competition Under 11 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 10 s East Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 10 s Cup Competition Under 10 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 10 s West Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 10 s Cup Competition Under 10 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 9 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Under 9 s Cup Competition Under 9 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 8 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Club Directory Under 7 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Club Directory League Information Referees Appointments Postponement News Club SatNav Postcodes Contact Us Links Tournaments Old News Tournament Dates Tournament Reports Archived News Further Information Football Equipment Suppliers CoE and Contracted Players Respect Campaign Guidlines ID Cards What to do Mini Football Rules FA Code Of Conduct FA Overplaying Guidelines Child Welfare Child Protection Policy Proud Sponsors of the Exeter and District Youth League League Calendar Under 12 s League Cup 2015 16 Under 12 s League Cup Saturday 27th February Home Away KO Referee Crediton Youth Lympstone Youth 10 30 AM CS

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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Sponsored by Function28
    Old Reports Under 10 s East Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 10 s Cup Competition Under 10 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 10 s West Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 10 s Cup Competition Under 10 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 9 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Under 9 s Cup Competition Under 9 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 8 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Club Directory Under 7 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Club Directory League Information Referees Appointments Postponement News Club SatNav Postcodes Contact Us Links Tournaments Old News Tournament Dates Tournament Reports Archived News Further Information Football Equipment Suppliers CoE and Contracted Players Respect Campaign Guidlines ID Cards What to do Mini Football Rules FA Code Of Conduct FA Overplaying Guidelines Child Welfare Child Protection Policy Proud Sponsors of the Exeter and District Youth League League Calendar Under 12 s Plate Competition 2014 15 Draw was completed VIRTUALLY 2014 15 teams Group 1 Group 2 Colyton Redsocks Honiton Broadclyst CS Leopards Dawlish Utd West Hill Wasps withdrawn Twyford Gladiators withdrawn Exeter Panthers Heavitree Youth Copplestone Rangers North Tawton Central Utd Tedburn Rangers Ottery St Mary Now withdrawn Sidmouth Warriors Sidmouth Raiders City Raiders Alphington Panthers Lympstone Rangers The below are the results after the VIRTUAL draw was made Hon CS L Ex Pan Coppl Centr Sid R Alph Hon X 0 CS L 0 X 0 Ex Pan 0 3 X 3 Coppl 0 0 1 X 1 Centr 1 1 1 3 X 6 Sid R 1 3 0 0 1 X 5 Alph 1 1 3 0 3 1 X 9 3 8 5 3 4 1 0 X Coly Broad Dawli Heavi N Taw Tedbu Sid W City R Lymp Coly X 0 Broad 1 X 1 Dawli 0 0 X 0 Heavi 1 3 0 X 4 N Taw 3 1 3 2 X 9 Tedbur 1 3 0 3 3 X 10 Sid W 0 3 1 1 0 0 X 5 City R 1 3 3 0 1 3 1 X 12 Lymp 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 X 2 8 13 7 6 4 3 2 Team Points Team Points Coly 8 Hon 3 Broad 14 CS L 8 Dawl 7 Ex Pan 8 Heavi 10 Coppl 4 N Taw 13 Centr 10 Tedbu 13 Sid R 6 Sid W 7 Alph 9 City R 12 Lymp 2 Plate Finalist s Broadclyst V Central United Plate Competition Rules All matches are 8 eight minutes in duration one way no half time Normal football rules for your age group apply Points system same as league 3 points for a win 1 point for a draw All teams should arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the competition to register your teams attendance IF YOUR TEAM ARE NOT ATTENDING YOU MUST INFORM THE HOSTS AND LEAGUE SECRETARY PRIOR TO THE DAY FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT

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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Sponsored by Function28
    for an eve of Halloween meeting EXWICK 5 3 ALPHINGTON JETS Exwick started on the attack against Alphington and took a deserved lead when the impressive Levi volleyed home from the edge of the penalty box Jordan made it 2 0 when he lobbed the advancing Jack in goal Cameron Kelly pulled off a great save to deny Morgan from pulling one back Levi completed the scoring in the first half when he slotted home unopposed in the box A different Alphington came out for the second half and the ever hardworking Tom O Shea ran through to cooly slot home The industrious Charlie Khan played very well and scored a screamer when he smashed one into the top corner from the edge of the area Alphington were well on top now with Josh Mike Joe and Olly causing problems for the Exwick defence Morgan went close to equalising before Charlie Khan headed home an O G to make it 4 2 to Exwick Olly Tom and Morgan all went close for the Jets as the game went end to end and Liam pulled off some great saves for the Jets Will Bentley Josh and Ben Rooke all played exceptionally well at the back along with George when he came on Exwick secured the win when Levi crossed for Connor Roberts to head home Morgan Ballard completed the scoring when he sidefooted home another Dabn Prout cross Both teams played their part in an entertaining game that was well refereed by the youthful Neil Baker MAN OF THE MATCH WAS TOM O SHEA Dawlish United 2 1 Cullompton The match started off very evenly balanced on what seemed to be a fine sunny day Both teams were defending well Cullompton conceded a free kick and Max Armitage hit the ball well which clipped a Cullompton defender on its way into the net to give Dawlish a 1 0 advantage As the heavens opened Cullompton retaliated with a great strike leaving it level pegging at half time Dawlish dominated the second half Matt Ranger hit a hard shot that was followed by strikes from Luke Morgan Tommy Saint and Corie Cleave all of which were unlucky not to score Despite the appalling weather Harvey Hannaford was assured in goal when required with some good handling and kicking The midfield saw some great play from Nathan Rowland and Cody Rackley The Dawlish defence held strong with great play from Jack Arnold and Nick Langley Pope Dawlish were unlucky not to score on a number of occasions only to be defied by good goalkeeping but they kept up with the pressure and secured their victory when man of the match Jamie Middleton struck strong with a fine individual goal ALPHINGTON JETS 12 1 OTTERY ST MARY UNDER 12 S Alphington played some good football against a spirited Ottery side Morgan opened the scoring followed by Olly Charlie Khan Olly and another Morgan goal before James Hepworth scored a good goal for Ottery Jack made a good save to keep Ottery from scoring again Elliot Kierle Will Joe Holmes and Josh Worthington kept their shape and concentration well in defence Morgan completed his hatrick when he curled one into the top corner after Tom O Shea set him up well In the second half some good performances by Luke Charlie Hart George Hunt Ben C M Mike Dan Ben Rooke Charlie Khan and Liam in goal kept the Jets on top Captain Tom O Shea scored 2 quick goals straight after the break and completed his hatrick after Charlie Khan scored his second Ben C M smashed home his 1st goal of the season as the ball bobbled around in the box before Mike Bruce scored his 1st goal for the Jets to complete the scoring It was great to see Jacob Smith return after his bout of shingles Excellent attitude was shown from the Ottery boys and management Although there were some excellent individual performances all 18 Alphington boys played their part MAN OF THE MATCH WAS THE TEAM Sidmouth 5 v 1 Dawlish United After impressive performances in their two previous matches against top quality opposition Dawlish should have come into this game with great confidence unfortunately however they made a sluggish start and were soon over run by their stronger and well organised opponents A combination of competent handling by goalkeeper Harvey Hannaford some desperate defending and wasteful finishing from the home side kept the game goalless in the opening exchanges Half way through the first half however the visitors luck ran out when a well struck free kick found the roof of the net and Dawlish were soon two down when a pinpoint cross was headed powerfully home To their credit Dawlish started to battle to get back in the game with man of the match Jack Wills working hard down the left hand side and on the stroke of half time they got themselves back in the match Matt Ranger won the ball in midfield and laid it off to Jamie Middleton he beat a couple of defenders before firing a shot inside the post Dawlish were unable to make the most of this lifeline as they struggled to cope with the passing and movement of a quick and powerful Sidmouth side After increasing their lead from a corner Sidmouth scored the goal of the game with a neat lob into the top corner before grabbing a fifth by breaking through the heart of the visitors defence to round off the scoring A late flurry by Dawlish failed to provide any reward with Middleton coming close to adding to his first half goal before right at the death a fine save from Hannaford was required to prevent a sixth for the hosts CS Falcons 1 2 Dawlish CS FALCONS were unfortunate not to take something fro their game with Newton Abbot 66 The visitors won the game by the odd goal in three but the Sampford Peverell based hosts did strike the woodwork twice and proved to be more than a match for the high flying opposition Newton Abbot took the lead in the 11th minute and the first of the upright striking came a minute before the break when Mitchell Dart s shot flew back off the post and into the keepers arms After the visitors had doubled their lead with a left wing raid six minutes after the re start The cross bar the kept out a 25 yard strike by William Birley before Dart did indeed breach the visiting defence with five minutes remaining Falcons have now played all the top four in the current table and have not been beaten by more than a single goal in any of the games Falcons star man Jack Aldred an accomplished performance at centre back Dawlish United 1 1 Exwick Dawlish United got off to a slow and apprehensive start following last season s significant defeat against Exwick The 1st half of the game saw some great saves from Harvey Hannaford and some excellent defending by Jack Arnold and Nicholas Langley Pope Cody Rackley Matt Ranger Jamie Middleton and Max Armitage played great in mid field and showed great defensive play themselves Both teams were unlucky not to score during the first half leaving the score at 0 0 Credit went to man of the match Jack Arnold who had a great first half The second half started badly for Dawlish as Exwick scored within minutes of play resuming Exwick were now dominating the game with Brad Wilkie United s newest player showing great defensive play from his right back position to keep Exwick out Dawlish began to hold their own and kept their heads up and started to dominate the closing stages All players stuck to the task with great shape and positioning particularly through the midfield Dawlish were awarded a free kick for a hand ball Max Armitage struck the ball well only for the keeper to save The Dawlish United equaliser came from a kick from the Exwick keeper which was smartly controlled by Jack Arnold who then passed to Jamie Middleton then through to Cody Rackley to set Max Armitage up for a magnificent goal with only seconds to spare The game ended at a draw 1 1 Well done boys for keeping it together after such a defeat from last season and to the Exwick boys for providing a thoroughly entertaining game THORVERTON 3 1 ALPHINGTON JETS Thorverton deservedly won this encounter against a lack lustre Alphington Jamie Khan smahed home a well taken corner from 6 yards unopposed to give Thorverton the lead This was doubled on 20 minutes to make it 2 0 Alphington finally got out of their own half playing up hill to force a fine save from Charlie St Clair Charlie Khan went close for the Jets with a speculative overhead kick Jack Bunclark did well to keep the score down to 2 0 at half time Playing down the slope Tom O Shea scored a fantastic goal within 2 minutes of the restart when he beat 4 defenders and smashed the ball off the post from 20 yards Alphington had their best spell and should have equalised Dan Prout and Morgan both went close Second half keeper for the Jets Liam Stamp made a couple of great saves before The impressive Benji Thomas outpaced the Jets defence and was unceremoniously upended leading to a penalty that he converted well Luke Bradford played well down the right but Josh Worthington was by far the best Jets player today MAN OF THE MATCH JOSH WORTHINGTON Crediton Saints 0 2 CS Falcons CS Falcons claimed their first win of the season with a 2 0 win at Crediton saints Tom Mortiboys scored in each half to see Falcons to victory which but for some wayward finishing and a brace of stunning saves by the Saints keeper would surely have been by a greater margin Mitchell Dart in central midfield had a fine game for Falcons whilst for the hosts it was the cultured left foot of their number ten that caught the eye There was one other star in the contest and that was the referee who had an outstanding game Dawlish United 2 1 Thorverton The first ten minutes play was dominated by the visiting team with a few good saves by Harvey Joe Hannaford but he was unable to save the first goal of the match This didn t unsettle the United boys who came back with good strength and determination Defenders Nick Langley Pope Sam Wright Bradley Wilkie and Jack Arnold did well to keep the visiting team away from the goal The boys managed to pull one back following a cross from Matty Ranger Corie Cleave was able to place his header in the bottom corner making the score 1 1 Midfielders Max Armitage Jamie Middleton and Nathan Rowland never gave up in harassing their opponents The second and what turned out to be the winning goal came not long after from Jack Wills with the help from a corner from Max Armitage making the score 2 1 to the home team by half time The second half again saw Harvey make some great saves with the boys working hard giving throughout Luke Morgan was unlucky to see a good shot at goal which went just over Dawlish put in a disciplined second half performance to maintain their lead The man of the match award went to Cody Rackley for his consistency and determination ALPHINGTON JETS 4 7 NEWTON ABBOT 66 Playing against last years worthy league 1 winners Alphington Jets made Newton work hard for their deserved win Newton struck after Alphington had a great chance to make it 1 0 Owen Smee headed home a great corner and then followed up with a screamer in off the post Tom O Shea scored his first of his 4 when he rounded the impressive Newton keeper Both keepers were forced into great saves with Jack Bunclark plucking one out of the top corner to keep the Jets in it Morgan Ballard was denied a goal when the ball appeared to cross the line but without video replay who knows Newton scored through Ashley Dow to make it 3 1 at half time Both teams played open football in the second half with the more composed Newton finishing worthy winners The ever impressive Tom O Shes scored his second when firing home as the ball bounced around in the box Newton scored again through Berti Youd the first of his hatrick Tom completed his hatrick to pull it back to 4 3 before a brave header from Berti gave Newton a 2 goal cushion once again Berti and Ethan Murphy both scored either side of Tom s fourth goal to complete a very entertaining game played in a great competitive spirit Well done to both sides with special credit to the Newton Abbot boys for their entertaining passing football and Tom O Shea for his 4 goal haul MAN OF THE MATCH MUST GO TO 4 GOAL TOM O SHEA DAWLISH UNITED 1 2 ALPHINGTON JETS On a pitch and goals fit for under 12 s football Alphington came out winners in todays encounter Morgan Ballard forced a fine save from Harvey Hannaford within the 1st 5 minutes and Olly Johnson went close from 10 yards Dawlish scored from a well taken corner that Cody Ratcliffe headed home from 6 yards Alphington came out in the second half and dominated posession with Olly hitting the post and the talented Harvey Hannaford had to make numerous saves to keep Dawlish ahead Olly Johnson finally netted for the Jets when he tapped home his rebound from yet another save by Harvey Elliot and Jacob both played exceptionally well against their school mates Jack Bunclark was assured in goal wth Captain Ben Clancy Mitchell leading his back four superbly Man of the match Mike Bruce went close after some good link up play with Josh Charlie Khan played one of his better games with his tenacity in midfield 2nd half subs Joe Charlie Luke and Josh all did well when required Tom O Shea came off the bench to score the winner when he drilled home from 15 yards that not even Harvey could stop Even though this was a great team performance man of the match has to go to Mike Bruce MAN OF THE MATCH MIKE BRUCE Dawlish U12s Matchday Report DAWLISH UNITED 1 2 ALPHINGTON Dawlish United U12s suffered their first defeat against a well organised Alphington side The first ten minutes play was dominated by the visiting team with a couple of shots at goal just off target however Sam Wright Nick Langley Pope and Bradley Wilkie showed strength and sheer determination to hold off there attackers not forgetting some super challenges from man of the match Jack Arnold who also made some great clearances into the feet of his own midfielders Max Armitage Jamie Middleton and Jack Wills who never gave up intercepting there opponents The Dawlish boys worked hard and Luke Morgan had some fine chances only to be stopped by some strong defence and Corie Cleave made a great run only to be denied by the goalkeeper However luck was on Dawlish s side when a corner was given twenty minutes into the game and a good ball from Jamie Middleton and neat header from Cody Rackley gave Dawlish the lead The second half saw Harvey Hannaford making some great saves and although Alphington equalised the Dawlish boys still battled on only to be disheartened when a near offside ball slipped through to make it 2 1 to Alphington CREDITON 1 1 ALPHINGTON JETS On another glorious day and pitch Alpnigton Jets played their best football to date Mike Bruce headed just over from Dan s corner and although dominant Alphington didn t create any clear cut chances that could beat the in form Crediton keeper Man of the match Ben Rooke played his best game ever for the Jets and always caused problems for Crediton Crediton took the lead in the 2nd half when the ball was bundled over the line from a corner The Jets kept playing their football and deservedly equalised when hard working Elliot Keirle opened his account for Alphington when the keeper could not hold his cross shot Both teams pushed for the winner with Crediton adopting the long ball game Olly Tom Morgan and Charlie all went close for the Jets MAN OF THE MATCH BEN ROOKE DAWLISH UNITED 5 BRIXINGTON BLUES 0 After last weeks super start to the season Dawlish wanted to continue their winning theme with another good display against today s visitors Brixington Blues this they did with a great 5 0 win The Dawlish team made their intentions clear from the onset feeling they had something to prove after losing heavily to the Blues at the end of last season within minutes of kick off Dawlish quickly went on the attack and within 90 seconds found themselves 1 goal ahead Jack Wills finding the bottom right hand corner of the net With Dawlish confidence now running at a high they started playing some slick one touch football counting at least 10 passes involving at least 6 of the Dawlish players this stunning football soon led to a Corie Cleave second goal for Dawlish As usual a solid Dawlish defence made it very difficult for the visitors to make any impression on the Dawlish goal one defender to mention Jack Arnold who played with an ankle injury picked up in training The Dawlish play continued in this vane and it wasn t long before Corie Cleave tucked away his second goal making it 3 for Dawlish It wasn t long before we were treated to the goal of the match and who knows maybe the goal of the season after yet another Dawlish attack this time led by man of the match Max Armitage this time just breaking down inside the penalty box but the pressure led to a poor defensive clearance by Brixington rolling straight into the path of Sam Wright who seeing the keeper just a few yards of his line sent a curling cheeky lob over the stranded keepers head a super strike The second half and with the advantage of the slope saw Brixington come back at Dawlish and were unlucky not to reduce the deficit on a few occasions but Dawlish never really lost their grip on the game and the day was rounded off with a goal from Jamie Middleton making it 5 nil and a super show from the lads BRIXINGTON 3 5 ALPHINGTON JETS UNDER 12 S On a beautiful playing surface both teams put on a good show in their 1st competitive match at 11 a side Alphington ran out worthy winners with the same scoreline as last season Playing up the hill 1st half Alphington started brightly and deservedly took the lead when Olly Johnson scored from 10 yards Debutant Morgan Ballard drilled home to make it 2 0 Both sets of boys struggled to come to terms with the size of the pitch Brixington desevedly scored 2 in the space of 5 minutes when Jack Bunclark could only parry the ball that he was stretching for into his net and then watch helplessly as the defence allowed Cameron Brown to fire his second home from 8 yards Morgan scored his second of the game before the hard working Tom O Shea got his 1st goal of the season when he nonchulantly slotted home after out pacing the home defence Brixington never gave up and reduced the deficit before man of the match Morgan rifled the ball home into the bottom right hand corner from the edge of the box New boys Jacob Smith Elliot Kierle Mike Bruce Liam Stamp and Josh Worthington all played extremely well Dawlish United 3 0 Twyford Spartans Dawlish United kick of the 2010 11 league campaign with a good win thanks to a disciplined overall team performance against a well organised Twyford side It was Twyford made a good start with some good passing and Dawlish needed to work hard to defend The first chance fell to Twyford when United s goalkeeper Harvey Hannaford was called to make a good save after some poor marking Spurned on by this the United lads managed to get their heads into their game and started playing to some flowing football Jamie Middleton Corie Cleave and Cody Rackley were unlucky with some of their shots just wide Dawlish were now increasing the pressure and were after a foul were awarded a free kick Midfielder Max Armitage struck it well but was unlucky with it just going wide Some great passing play followed from Matty Ranger and Armitage setting striker Corie Cleave up with a great shot straight to the back of the net making it 1 0 to Dawlish With their confidence back up Dawlish really started playing some great football Following a corner Nathan Rowland takes a great strike at the neat post taking Dawlish 2 0 up In the second half Twyford came back strong and Dawlish needed all of their concentration to thwart the pressure with some solid defending A counter attack saw Jamie Middleton make a great run and execute an excellent chip to Corie Cleave Corie makes no mistake on the straight to bottom corner making it the final result 3 0 to Dawlish In a game where all the players deserve credit one in particular stood out for his assured goalkeeping great handling kicking talking and shot stopping The man of the match award went to Harvey Hannaford Countess Wear Dynamoe s 3 2 Heavitree Comets The Dynamoe s got back to winning ways today securing their first win of the season in the top division An excellent performance from the whole team for the full match was the key to winning today s match Right from the first whistle the dynamoes didn t give Heavitree Comets any time to settle chasing and battling for every ball Dynamoe s took a deserved lead when a cross from Jacob took a deflection off a Heavitree Comets defender and dropped in the back of the net With both teams playing very good football it was a very entertaining match to watch Heavitree Comets managed to equalize after a cross went over all the Dynamoe s defender and feel to an unmarked man at the rear post who had an empty net to tap into A few moments later Heavitree Comets were gifted a penalty but Curtis in goal for the Dynamoe s dived the correct way to save and hold the penalty kick Dynamoe s were enjoying good spells of possession and should have got back in front but with almost the last kick of the first half Heavitree Comets caught Dynamoe s out at the back and Heavitree Comets had a simple tap in right in the centre of the goal Dynamoe s started the second half with the same drive as the first and soon were dominating all over the pitch Heavitree Comets had their moments but the Dynamoe s defence were not about to give anymore goals away Dynamoe s drew level with a fantastic chip from Leon striking the ball first time from just inside the box the ball sailed and dipped beyond the Heavitree Comets keeper leaving him with no chance Both side wanted to win this but the desire was stronger from the Dynamoe s and they were rewarded for their consistent good play after a shot from Callum was to powerful for the Heavitree Comets to keep hold of the ball dropping to Ryan who fired the ball into the back of the net Dynamoe s blocked Heavitree Comets s every attempt for the remaining 10 mins and were rewarded with the win they thoroughly deserved this was by far their best performance all season Heavitree Comets Matchday Report 20 th March 2010 Countess Wear Dynamoes 3 2 Heavitree Comets The early moments of this game made it look like the Comets would take control and get the victory They were playing high up the field and challenging the Dynamoes goal strongly The first action of the game saw Jack Challice come close when Christian Ellis released the ball through the Dynamoes back line for Challice to run onto in the penalty area but before he could get his shot away the Dynamoes keeper bravely smothered the ball From the kick out a confident looking Dynamoes midfield pushed the ball up towards the Comets penalty area where they unleashed a strike which wasn t shut down by the Comets defence and a deflection sent the ball into the net passed the hands of Elliott Murch Moments later the Comets almost equalised when William Gregory was again through and in on goal but his shot ricocheted off the upright to go behind for a goal kick Five minutes later Jack Challice got the goal he richly deserved from the effort he was putting in when a great cross in to the danger area from the right hand side saw the ball skim of his head for him to knock into the net with this leg The Comets enjoyed a great deal of possession in this half but failed to take advantage and all the pressure came to nothing Several more good moves saw Gregory and Challice linking together up front but neither could get the final touch but in the dying moments of the first half Challice was adjudged to have been fouled in the area which resulted in a penalty kick that was saved by the keeper who guessed the right direction to go in The final action of the first half saw Challice selflessly put the ball across the area in front of the keeper for Gregory who made it 2 1 with a simple tap in The second half started with Countess Wear pressing hard to get the equaliser and after their forward was given too much space he sent in a long speculative lob which Murch could not reach and the ball hit the back of the net to make it 2 2 The Comets had several more good moments in the second half but the gritty determination of the Dynamoes saw them take the lead with a well worked piece of play that saw Murch save the first shot but the predatory striker from the Comets who was rushing in pushed the ball into the back of the net from the parried out save The Comets tried to get themselves back into the game and had more opportunities to equalise but great credit to the Dynamoes defenders who could clearly smell victory and were determined to get it A great well contested game of football and many congratulations to the Dynamoes for their first win of the season Man of the Match William Gregory Goalscorers Jack Challice William Gregory Heavitree Comets 2 0 Brixington Utd Following last weeks heavy defeat against one Brixington side the Comets were out to avenge this against United It seemed clear they hadn t heeded the warning when United held them to a 0 0 draw earlier in the season as the Comets started slowly and allowed the much improved Brixington team to play high up the field and cause them problems at the back early on in the game It took some 20 minutes before the Comets really started to play any football and several opportunities to take the lead went begging with them being caught by the offside trap The first half ended 0 0 which was no less than Brixington deserved The second half started with the Comets showing more purpose and a greater desire which was rewarded after a good spell of build up play in midfield resulted in Jonathan Kirk receiving the ball from Charlie Jordan who made a good run down the right wing and the quick thinking of Kirk saw him lob the keeper who was off his line from just outside the box to make it 1 0 The Comets continued to look nervous as Brixington were pushing for an equaliser but were unable to breech the much improved backline and with only moments of the game remaining provider turned scorer when Jordan calmly slotted a shot across the goalkeeper into the bottom corner from just inside the penalty box to make it 2 0 Great credit should be given to the Brixington United team and management whose spirit and performance was truly admirable throughout the game Pinhoe Warriers U12 s 1 vs Brixington United U12 s 2 United built on their battling display against league leaders Brixington Blues last week with a well deserved first win of the season against Pinhoe Warriers It was Pinhoe who started the brighter of the two teams however and United keeper Alex Trevena was forced into a good early save diving low to his right United gradually came back into the game with man of the match Jason Mann a constant threat down the right wing His lightning pace and dangerous crosses enabled United to put constant pressure on the Pinhoe goal United took the lead when a Keenan Paver corner was turned into the net from close range by Lewis Miller scoring his first goal of the season United had several opportunities to extend their lead with chances falling to Joe Walker and Bradley but their efforts were off target Pinhoe also posed a threat in attack and when Keeper Trevena was beaten the excellent Luke Bland cleared off the line to maintain United s lead In central midfield Sam Skinner and George Mears battled tackled and chased down every loose ball to ensure United went into the half time break with their lead in tact Pinhoe came out all guns blazing in the second half but Unitedâ TM s back line all had excellent games Keeper Trevena has given the defence great confidence since his arrival Full backs Jamie Waller and Keenan Paver both played well closing down the Pinhoe wide players and denying them space In the middle of defence Luke Bland chased down every through ball and the dependable Josh Phillips was timing all his tackles to perfection Ethan Stoyle s also slotted seamlessly into the full back position when brought on to replace Paver Pinhoe s pressure however brought a deserved equaliser with 20 minutes to go when a shot from inside the six yard box found its way into the corner of the net But United were in determined mood and kept their heads up despite this set back Joe Walker was put through on goal but was fouled as he bore down on goal The Pinhoe keeper then made a good save from the resulting free kick hit from distance by Bland Bailey Gray then held the ball up well and his flick on to Mann almost put the wide man through on goal again With 6 minutes to go United regained the lead A United corner was partially cleared by Pinhoe but the ball fell to Mann on the edge of the box and his half volley on the turn sailed into the roof of the net Pinhoe immediately responded by putting pressure on the United goal in search of an equaliser but United kept their shape and composure to see out the remainder of the match and record a well deserved victory against good opposition Heavitree Comets 8 CW Dynamoes 1 The Comets got off to a flyer scoring within minutes of the match starting and were soon lucky to be two nil up due to an unfortunate mix up in the Dynamoes defence This only served to rally the Dynamoes and for the next 20 minutes the match flowed from end to end with the Dynamoes getting on the score sheet to make it two one However before half time the Comets restored their two goal advantage The second half was a different affair CW Dynamoes did have beak away chances but the industrious nature of the Comets midfield ensured the ball was constantly put back into the Dynamoes danger area A particular mention must go to the as ever hard working Conor Goldsmith and Aaron Dare who took the match and stamped his mark upon it eventually scoring the goal of the game with a stunning left foot drive high into the far corner of the goal from outside the box and which no keeper at this age would have stood a chance with The other goals were shared out with Jonathan Kirk getting two Charlie Jordan Fergus Moore getting one a piece Another mention must go to William Gregory who gave his best performance of the season as he tackled and ran his heart out for the whole game It was these efforts and attitude that unsettled the CW Dynamoes and got the Comets off to a great start His efforts were rewarded because as well as creating for others he managed to bag himself a hatrick he may even be claiming four Comets Man Of The Match Aaron Dare Stoke Hill 3 1 Heavitree Comets 6th January 2010 The Comets would on paper start this game as favourites and the body language prior to the start of the game suggested they thought it was going to be a straight forward day and they would just get the win Not so Stoke Hill were well organised and with their classy forward and strong backline they played some great football and at times made the Comets look very ordinary The Comets had their moments and it was through a well taken Connor Goldsmith goal that they took the lead midway through the first half after some good football that saw them play through Stoke Hill backline The Comets man of the match Jack Wheaton pulled off two tremendous saves before he was beaten with what turned out to be an easy goal which the majority of the Comets stood and watched happen Not long after the equaliser and with their tails up Stoke Hill took the lead with a great goal to make it 2 1 to the hosts a score line that remained til half time The Comets came out for the second half looking to get back in the game with some good chances in the early moments but the Comets defence was undone again and Stoke extended their lead to 3 1 The Comets unbeaten run was looking in danger and heads were down as Stoke continued to dominate much of the game A late surge saw the Comets try to get back into the game but it was too late Stoke Hill ran out deserved winners in this encounter but the Comets can learn a great deal from today s defeat and I am sure they will come back a stronger and more determined side for next weeks game A mention should be given to the Stoke Hill dad who officiated over the game and did a great job and the superbly sporting attitude of the Stoke Hill players in general Comets MOTM Jack Wheaton Brixington Utd 1 1 Countess Wear Dynamoes The Dynamoe s started the better of the 2 teams having more of the play and creating more of the chances The Brixington keeper was in good form and needed to make several very good saves in the first half to deny the Dynamoe s attackers On a few occasions where the keeper was beaten the ball was unfortunately just off target keeping the scores level Brixington had a few chances through out the half but were lucky to be going in level at half time the second half followed the same format as the first with the Dynamoe

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  • Exeter Youth Football League - Under 12's (Division 2)

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    Original URL path: /under12s-division2/ (2016-02-15)


  • Exeter Youth Football League - Under 12's (Division 3)

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    Original URL path: /under12s-division3/ (2016-02-15)


  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Under 11's (DG66)

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    Original URL path: /under11s-division1/ (2016-02-15)


  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Under 11's League Cup
    Reports Under 13 s Division 3 Fixtures Results Tables Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 13 s League Cup Under 13 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 12 s Division 1 Fixtures Results Tables Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 12 s Cup Competition Under 12 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 12 s Division 2 Fixtures Results Tables Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 12 s Cup Competition Under 12 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 12 s Division 3 Fixtures Results Tables Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 12 s Cup Competition Under 12 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 11 s DG66 Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 11 s Cup Competition Under 11 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 11 s DG68 Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 11 s Cup Competition Under 11 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 11 s DG99 Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 11 s Cup Competition Under 11 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 10 s East Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 10 s Cup Competition Under 10 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 10 s West Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Statistics Under 10 s Cup Competition Under 10 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 9 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Under 9 s Cup Competition Under 9 s Plate Competition Club Directory Old Reports Under 8 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Club Directory Under 7 s Fixtures Reports Photo Gallery Club Directory League Information Referees Appointments Postponement News Club SatNav Postcodes Contact Us Links Tournaments Old News Tournament Dates Tournament Reports Archived News Further Information Football Equipment Suppliers CoE and Contracted Players Respect Campaign Guidlines ID Cards What to do Mini Football Rules

    Original URL path: http://www.exeteryouthleague.co.uk/under11s-division1/under11_cup.shtml (2016-02-15)
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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Sponsored by Function28
    Sidmouth Raiders Ottery St Mary Dawlish Utd Moors Cobras CW Dynamoes withdrawn Central Redstar Pitch 1 Group 1 Pitch 2 Group 2 CW Dynamoes v Heavitree Social Peacocks 10 00 AM 10 08 AM Bradninch v Exeter Panthers Crediton Youth v CS Pumas 10 08 AM 10 16 AM Whipton Youth v Moors Cobras City Raiders v Sidmouth Raiders 10 16 AM 10 24 AM St Martins v West Hill Wasps Moors Rhinos v Dawlish Utd 10 24 AM 10 32 AM Ottery St Mary v Central Redstar Crediton Youth v Twyford Gladiators 10 32 AM 10 40 AM Whipton Youth v Cullompton Rangers City Raiders v Heavitree Social Peacocks 10 40 AM 10 48 AM St Martins v Exeter Panthers Moors Rhinos v CS Pumas 10 48 AM 10 56 AM Ottery St Mary v Moors Cobras Dawlish Utd v Sidmouth Raiders 10 56 AM 11 04 AM Central Redstar v West Hill Wasps City Raiders v CW Dynamoes 11 04 AM 11 12 AM St Martins v Bradninch Moors Rhinos v Twyford Gladiators 11 12 AM 11 20 AM Ottery St Mary v Cullompton Rangers Dawlish Utd v Heavitree Social Peacocks 11 20 AM 11 28 AM Central Redstar v Exeter Panthers Sidmouth Raiders v CS Pumas 11 28 AM 11 36 AM West Hill Wasps v Moors Cobras Moors Rhinos v Crediton Youth 11 36 AM 11 44 AM Ottery St Mary v Whipton Youth Dawlish Utd v CW Dynamoes 11 44 AM 11 52 AM Central Redstar v Bradninch Sidmouth Raiders v Twyford Gladiators 11 52 AM 12 00 AM West Hill Wasps v Cullompton Rangers CS Pumas v Heavitree Social Peacocks 12 00 AM 12 08 AM Moors Cobras v Exeter Panthers Dawlish Utd v City Raiders 12 08 AM 12 16 AM Central Redstar v St Martins Sidmouth Raiders v Crediton Youth 12 16 AM 12 24 AM West Hill Wasps v Whipton Youth CS Pumas v CW Dynamoes 12 24 AM 12 32 AM Moors Cobras v Bradninch Heavitree Social Peacocks v Twyford Gladiators 12 32 AM 12 40 AM Exeter Panthers v Cullompton Rangers Sidmouth Raiders v Moors Rhinos 12 40 AM 12 48 AM West Hill Wasps v Ottery St Mary CS Pumas v City Raiders 12 48 AM 12 56 AM Moors Cobras v St Martins Heavitree Social Peacocks v Crediton Youth 12 56 AM 1 04 PM Exeter Panthers v Whipton Youth Twyford Gladiators v CW Dynamoes 1 04 PM 1 12 PM Cullompton Rangers v Bradninch CS Pumas v Dawlish Utd 1 12 PM 1 20 PM Moors Cobras v Central Redstar Heavitree Social Peacocks v Moors Rhinos 1 20 PM 1 28 PM Exeter Panthers v Ottery St Mary Twyford Gladiators v City Raiders 1 28 PM 1 36 PM Cullompton Rangers v St Martins CW Dynamoes v Crediton Youth 1 36 PM 1 44 PM Bradninch v Whipton Youth Heavitree Social Peacocks v Sidmouth Raiders 1 44 PM 1 52 PM Exeter Panthers v West Hill

    Original URL path: http://www.exeteryouthleague.co.uk/under11s-division1/under11_plate.shtml (2016-02-15)
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