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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Sponsored by Function28
    Exiles started to get more into the game with the midfield of Moustafa Salem Callum Sibley Kia Parmenter Luke Herbert starting to find their passing range good work up front by Cameron Hance and Harvey Richards kept the Twyford defence under constant pressure On 18 minutes a fantastic solo run from Aiden Partridge saw him run at the Twyford defence cut inside and fire an unstoppable right foot shot into the roof of the net Exiles pressed for a second goal before half time but good defending by Twyford kept the half time score 1 0 In the second half the Exiles started strongly with Cameron Grant and Kyler Rogers creating space down the wings with lots of good play but few chances at either end more goals looked unlikely but with 5 minutes to go a Grant corner found Partridge in space on the edge of the box who smashed a low drive at goal that deflected pass the unlucky Twyford keeper for his second of the morning A good start to the season for the Exiles against a well drilled Twyford side For a strong performance at the back Reece O Riley was name Exiles man of the match West Exe 3 West Hill Wasps 7 In their last match West Hill played their best football of the season agaisnt a good hard working West Exe team West Hill started the game well but found themselves 2 0 down against the run of play before the Wasps got one back to be 2 1 down half time Wasps took the game to Exe in the second half and duely got their rewards with a flurry of goals to put themselves in a comfortable lead Exe kept plugging away but could only reply once to Wasps six second half goals a great performance saw the Wasps get a deserved win on a day when it all came together for them Stoke Hill Celtic 3 v Sidmouth 0 This game came to life in the last 20 minutes when Reece Saunders scored a hat trick to win the game for Stoke Hill Celtic secure the runners up position in the League Harry Pollard Morgan Pearce combined to set up Saunders for his first goal than Morgan Pearce Dan Cunningham set up the second goal Reece Saunders claimed his hat trick when he reacted first when Jake Charlton s shot came back off the post Man of the match Liam England was inspirational for Stoke Hill Celtic in central midfield by winning the ball passing well was unlucky not to score himself on two occasions Stoke Hill Celtic 2 v Exmouth Amatures 2 Stoke Hill Celtic took a 2 0 lead with a strong shot from Dan Hodges then a cool finish from Dan Cunningham after being set up by a sublime pass from Morgan Pearce Stoke Hill Celtic had numerous chances to win the game but a combination of excellent goalkeeping by Ed Hurley plus some very weak shooting prevented them from adding further goals Exmouth took confidence from pulling a goal back the last ten minutes were end to end with both sides playing attacking football Exmouth showed great fighting spirit to grab an equaliser almost scored again but were thwarted by brave goalkeeping from Gabriel Campbell Stoke Hill Celtic nearly won the game in the last minute when Dan Cunningham cut the ball back across the goal line but Stoke Hill somehow failed to tap the ball in at the far post Both keepers played extremely well in a very open second half Pinhoe Spears 2 2 Dawlish United Spears finished their league program with a draw Pinhoe started brightly and created numerous chances in the opening 20 minutes Jamie Vaughan Ryall had a shot cleared off the line and George Coombes and Charlie Fairchild brought good saves from the Dawlish keeper Fairchild grabbed the opener slotting home a Tommy Lyon corner and Vaughan Ryall doubled the lead with a great strike after being teed up by Fairchild Credit to Dawlish they kept working hard and were only denied a goal just before the break by a great save from Connor Radford The Second half saw Spears make plenty of changes with most players being asked to play in different positions Utility player Jonny Farnsworth added goal keeper to the number of positions he has played this season and regular keeper Radford showed us his silky skills playing up front Lewis Matthews had the chance to make it 3 0 with great run and shot that hit the bar and from the resulting clearance Dawlish waltzed through a static defense to score and five minutes later Dawlish equalized with a carbon copy goal A draw was probably a fair result although Bayley Radford nearly snatched a winner his shot cleared off the line late on Vaughan Ryall Farnsworth and Fairchild were the pick of the players today Under 11 s League Cup SEMI FINAL Pinhoe spears 1 0 Dawlish AET Pinhoe made it to the final after a tense and entertaining game with Dawlish It was Dawlish who settled first with Pinhoe showing a few nerves and struggling to get there game going Lewis Matthews had a couple of half chances and Tom Crees probably had Spears best chance of the first half firing over with a well struck volley Defensively Spears rode their luck at times and were probably the side that was happy to hear the half time whistle more Spears came out in the second half with a much better approach to the game The defensive trio off Nathan Smeath Bayley Radford and Jonny Farnsworth all became more solid and quicker to close their markers down whilst Matthews Jamie Vaughan Ryall and Connor Densham were starting to influence the game with their pace and power Warren O Riordan was again finding his range of passing and showing great vision as well Unfortunately the goal just wouldn t come a mixture of missed chances and some great goal keeping from the Dawlish keeper keeping the score 0 0 at full time Matthews and Densham both going close and a George Coombes free kick going just past the post Dawlish were always in the game and looked dangerous on the break Extra time and it was anyone s game with both teams putting so much into the game some tired legs were starting to show Chances were few and far between with Simon Priddle firing Spears best chance past the post and just when we were starting to think about penalty s O Riordan gained possession and passed a neat ball into Densham who slid the ball under the oncoming keeper to score with only five minutes to play Dawlish tried to respond but Spears held firm until the final whistle A great team effort with every player playing their part All credit to Dawlish who certainly played there part in a pulsating game of football Stoke Hill Celtic 0 v Alphington 0 Going into this game both teams had the identical league record of 8 wins 2 draws 3 defeats so an even game looked likely so it proved to be with a goalless draw Harry Pollard went close to scoring for Stoke Hill Celtic with headers on two occasions at the other end keeper Gabriel Campbell did well to race off his line to clear danger Both teams defences were strong well organised both keepers had a quiet morning were alert when needed to preserve clean sheets A fair result Pinhoe Spears 5 1 Exmouth Amateurs Spears eventually ran out comfortable winners against Exmouth The first half was a slightly scrappy affair in which Spears struggled to get there passing game going Exmouth had a great chance to go in front only for keeper Connor Radford to make a great save Lewis Matthews and Tom Cress both had good chances but failed to test the keeper and the best move of the 1 st half saw Jamie Vaughan Ryall and Simon Priddle combine to set up Crees who couldn t find the finishing touch If anyone was going to get the breakthrough the ever lively Vaughn Ryall was most likely and he duly obliged by reacting quickest to stab the ball home from a George Coombes corner 1 0 at half time The second half saw an improved performance with everybody upping their game Matthews was unlucky to see his effort come back off the bar and it wasn t long before Spears got the 2 nd Vaughan Ryall crashing home a bullet header from yet another pinpoint Coombes corner Bayley Radford and Nathan Smeath were again looking solid at the back dealing well with most of the Exmouth attacks Connor Densham then got in on the act with a super finish after good work from Crees and Warren O riordan s pass of the match and Densham soon made it four with a carbon copy goal again Crees the provider Exmouth were always in the game and got a goal which they deserved for their efforts but Spears had the last word with Crees scoring with a great strike which his play definitely warranted Strong performances from Vaughan Ryall and Densham in the second half and Man of the match was Tom Crees WEST HILL 3 v STOKE HILL CELTIC 5 Stoke Hill Celtic took the lead when Harvey Young raced through passed the ball past the advancing keeper Dan Cunningham made it 2 0 finishing a good move a defence splitting pass by Liam England West Hill pulled a goal back before a further strike by Dan Cunningham gave Stoke Hill Celtic a 3 1 lead Kyle Hartnell then scored two headed goals on his Stoke Hill debut The first was a good header from a Tom Cox cross The second was a towering header from a Jake Charlton corner which smashed into the back of the net giving the keeper no chance West Hill scored twice more for a final score of West Hill 3 v Stoke Hill Celtic 5 The Stoke Hill parents man of the match award was shared between Kyle Hartnell Kieran Williams Pinhoe Spears 3 0 Alphington Spears made up for their loss earlier in the season with a good win against a good Alphington side Spears started brightly and created numerous half chances George Coombes and Warren O Riordan were involved in a lot of the good work and Jamie Vaughn Ryall was a constant threat with his surging runs down the right side Centre back pairing Nathan Smeath and Bayley Radford again looked solid with Smeath doing really well against Alphingtons dangerous number 10 Spears took the lead midway through the 1 st half when Coombes corner fell nicely for Vaughn Ryall to volley home with his left foot and Spears deservedly went in at half time in front As you would expect Alphington upped their game in the second half and the game became more stretched This saw Lewis Matthews and Simon Priddle come more into the game using their pace and power to counter attack and it was Matthews who got the second with a faint touch converting Priddle s shot and Matthews made certain of the game with a clinical finish again after some good play by Priddle who was having a really good game Tom Crees could have got on the score sheet and Matthews was unlucky not to get his hat trick Defensively Spears had to work hard throughout and when it looked like Alphington were going to be rewarded with a goal only the persistence of Smeath and Keeper Connor Radford kept them out A great team effort with every member of the squad playing there part Well done lads M O M Nathan Smeath Under 11s League Cup Qrter Final Pinhoe Spears 3 2 Tedburn Panthers Pinhoe Spears made it into the semi finals of the cup but not before being pushed to the limits by an excellent Tedburn side Tedburn took the game to the Spears from the start with their front players causing all sorts of problems meaning Keeper Connor Radford being the far busier stopper and it was they who took a deserved lead This prompted a slight reshuffle which saw Bayley Radford and Nathan Smeath pair up at the back which worked well Tom Crees and Jamie Vaughn Ryall both had half chances and the best chance of the first half fell to Connor Densham with only some great defending stopping him With spears struggling to make the breakthrough a set piece was always the most likely and George Coombes duly obliged with a hammer strike from outside of the box to go in all square at half time The second half was just as entertaining end to end stuff all the way Spears kept possession better in the second half with Warren O Riordan having his best game since joining involved in most of the good work But again Tedburn took the lead after some hesitant defending led to a simple tap in Credit to Spears though showing good character and desire to get back in the game and they were rewarded when o Riordan set up Lewis Matthews to equalize Both teams searched for a winner with O Riordan having a shot cleared off the line and the Tedburn keeper saving a goal bound Tommy Lyon effort while at the other end Bayley Radford had to make a perfectly timed last ditch tackle when the Tedburn striker was clean through and Connor Radford was at his bravest when saving at the feet of the Tedburn player when he looked likely to score Just as we were starting to think about extra time an excellent Lyon cross fell to Densham who clinically finished what proved to be the winner A great game of football credit to a quality Tedburn side who only had the bare nine players who all worked very hard M O M Warren O Riordan Dawlish 0 v Stoke Hill Celtic 2 This was an exciting even match with goalkeepers in both teams playing well to keep the scores down Dawlish missed a penalty early in the game the rest of the first half was end to end but scoreless Dawlish nearly broke the deadlock in the second half with a shot that hit the Stoke Hill Celtic post before being cleared off the goal line by Morgan Pearce An interchange of passes between Jake Charlton Morgan Pearce Dan Hodges ended with Reece Saunders scoring with a back post finish to give Stoke Hill the lead Morgan Pearce doubled the lead with a strike from the edge of the area to clinch a 2 0 win for Stoke Hill Celtic Tom Cox was a tower of strength at the heart of the Stoke Hill defence showing good anticipation in breaking up attacks The result was a bit harsh on Dawlish who will have felt their good performance deserved a share of the points Pinhoe Spears Matchday Report Spears 3 1 West Hill Wasps Spears started the game well with a good tempo to their game and showing good width Connor Densham on the left and jonny Farnsworth down the right side helping to stretch the West Hill team Jamie Vaughn Ryall who was a constant threat all game opened the scoring with a wonderful goal flicking a Densham cross with his back heel to wrong foot the keeper Tom Crees and Vaughn Ryall both had chances to extend the lead before Nathan Smeath bagged his first goal of the season finishing well at the back post after Vaughn Ryall had helped on Tommy Lyons corner At the other end Connor Radford dealt with everything that came his way West Hill obviously came out in the second half to try and stop Spears play and put more pressure on which they did for the first quarter Radford was far busier in goal making a couple of good saves West Hill got themselves back in the game with a simple tap in after a mix up in the Spears defense Credit to the Spears though they came back to finish the game the stronger and it was Crees who deservedly got the crucial third goal lashing home a pin point George Coombes free kick A solid performance against tricky opponents good performances all round with the left sided trio of Lyon Coombes and Densham all linking up well and great set piece delivery from all of them but man of the match honors went to Farnsworth who played in four different positions and showed his versatility by doing well in all of them Alphington Rockets 2 v 2 Exmouth Amateurs The Rockets started slowly and soon found themselves a goal behind when the ref gave a penalty to Exmouth after a handball in the box John Morgan in goal almost saved the shot but the ball trickled into the net The Rockets not playing very well got an equaliser when Jake Murphy played the ball across the box and Will Burwood applied the finish 1 1 The second half began much the same with the Rockets really finding it hard to pass the ball with any quality it was Exmouth who took the lead when the Rockets failed to clear the ball and a shot crept into the bottom corner With time running out the Rockets grabbed an equaliser for the second time in the game when Conor Saunders found Lucas White free in the box and Lucas calmly slotted passed the Exmouth goalie to make it 2 2 A hard fought game with credit going to both sides Man of the Match Jake Murphy Stoke Hill Celtic Matchday Report After conceding an early goal Stoke Hill Celtic scored an equaliser through Dan Cunningham who was set up by Reece Saunders Tom Cox then played a perfect pass for Saunders to score himself before Dan Cunningham scored again to give Stoke Hill Celtic a 3 1 lead Stoke Hill missed numerous chances to finish the game off with a fourth goal paid the penalty when Westexe scored twice to level the game at 3 3 Both teams threw players forward in the closing minutes to try clinch the win in an exciting end to the game Stoke Hill used two keepers in this game both Gabriel Campbell Bill Taylor played well Pinhoe Spears Matchday Report Spears 2 0 St Martins Spears came up against a spirited and hard working St Martins side in this hard fought victory Spears had plenty of possession and created good chances in the first half Connor Densham and Lewis Matthews linked up well for Densham to smash his shot against the bar and soon after Spears missed from the penalty spot after Jamie Vaughn Ryall was felled in the box Tom Crees had two good chances the second superbly saved by the St Martins keeper The first goal came from a superb team move which was finished off by a good Charlie Fairchild strike and soon after it was two when the persistent Vaughn Ryall squeezed the ball home from a quality Densham cross At the back Bayley Radford dealt with everything that was thrown at him The second half was a scrappy affair and St Martins were unlucky not to get on the score sheet with Connor Radford making a superb penalty save Spears had their chances to increase their lead with Jonny Farnsworth and Matthews on a couple of occasions going close The lively Densham always looked dangerous and was unlucky to hit the woodwork again A solid win with notable performances from Vaughn Ryall George Coombes Bayley Radford and M O M Connor Densham St Martins 0 v Stoke Hill Celtic 4 Stoke Hill Celtic took an early two goal lead through goals from Harry Pollard Harvey Young Daniel Hodges added a third goal on the stroke of half time St Martins started the second half very well deserved to score but were thwarted by two good saves from keeper Gabriel Campbell plus defender Harry Pollard made two goal line blocks Stoke Hill Celtic scored a late fourth goal when Harvey Young scored after being set up well by a Gabriel Campbell cut back Alphington Rockets 4 West Hill Wasps 0 The first half was an even encounter with both teams playing some good football James Bovey made a couple of early saves before Harry Warren broke the deadlock when he found space on the right hand side before chipping the goalie and finding the top corner great finish The second half started with the Rockets getting back to their best with some good one touch football creating space and time for themselves it was a good move that created the second goal James Johnson played a great ball through the defence and Will Burwood found himself in front of goal and finished well The Rockets now in control made it 3 when Lucas White breezed past the defender and drilled the ball past the goalie with his left foot To West Hills credit they continued to try and play football but it was the Rockets who completed the scoring when Lucas White found himself clean through on goal and rather than shoot cut the ball across the box to James Johnson to fire home from 6 yards Well done lads a good effort in really cold conditions Man of the match James Johnson U11s League Cup 2nd Round Pinhoe Spears 4 0 AC Heavitree Pinhoe came out on top in this entertaining 2 nd round cup tie A C started the better of the two sides and put the spears under lots of pressure with their high tempo game Spears took the lead against the run of play when Connor Denshams strike just crept over the line after some good work by Warren O Riordan Densham doubled the advantage with an outstanding finish taking the ball from a precise George Coombes pass and bending the ball around the keeper Lewis Matthews was unlucky to hit the post and Simon Priddle also went close before half time while at the other end A C could count themselves unlucky not to be on the score sheet which there play deserved Keeper Connor Radford making some important saves and commanding his box well Pinhoe started the second half with more determination and their passing game much sharper and it wasn t long before they were rewarded with a goal Coombes finishing well after a Tommy Lyon corner Matthews was unlucky not to get on the score sheet hitting the post again and Densham nearly got his third with another good chance The fourth goal was a great team goal the outstanding and hard working Jamie Vaughn Ryall skipping around a couple of players before playing in Matthews who unselfishly chipped the ball to the back post for Lyon to nod home An improved second half performance and credit to A C Heavitree who played some good stuff and never gave up M O M Jamie Vaughn Ryall Pinhoe Spears 4 1 Stoke Hill Celtic Both teams came out looking to get the upper hand and in a frenetic opening both defenses were tested fully Stoke Hill probably enjoyed more possession in the early stages but it was Spears who had the first real chance Lewis Matthews hitting the post with a good strike The first goal was always going to be important and it was Spears who got it Jonny Farnsworth s free kick caused problems in the box with Tom Crees bravely winning the ball and Simon Priddle poking the ball home from close range George Coombes made it two with a good strike from the edge of the box after Tommy Lyons corner was only half cleared and Matthews finally got on the score sheet with yet another great individual goal Connor Radford in goal Bayley Radford Jamie Vaughn Ryall and the outstanding Tom Crees all ensured that Stoke Hill went in at half time goalless Stoke Hill came out and put Spears under pressure from the start of the second half as you would expect Connor Radford the busier of the two keepers making three top saves and commanding his area well Spears always looked dangerous on the break with Priddle and Connor Densham nearly getting through the Stoke Hill defense Stoke Hill grabbed a goal back through a well taken penalty but the game was sealed by a Matthews tap in after good work from Coombes and Lyon A good game played in the right spirit by two good sides Good performances all round especially Crees and M O M Connor Radford Pinhoe Spears 6 0 Sidmouth Warriors Spears started the game slowly with sidmouth starting the brighter of the two teams In fact Sidmouth could have been a couple of goals to the good if it wasn t for two great saves from keeper Connor Radford Pinhoe took the lead against the run of play with Tommy Lyon feeding Lewis Mathews who skipped around a couple of defenders before slotting home This seemed to settle spears down and it wasn t long before Mathews scored his second of the game shooting home after picking the ball up from a short corner Spears made it three just before half time George Coombes reacting quickest to Jamie Vaughn Ryalls blocked free kick to rifle the ball home The second half started as the first had finished with Spears looking for more goals Simon Priddle hitting the post and Mathews and Warren o riordan both testing the keeper at the other end Sidmouth nearly scored on the break with Nathan Smeath clearing of the line Charlie Fairchild scored his first goal of the season tapping home at the back post from a corner and Lyon grabbed his first aswell with a great finish after linking up well with Mathews and it was Mathews himself who wrapped things up with another quality individual goal to complete his second hat trick of the season Fine performances all round with Tom Crees and Coombes impressing and Mathews taking the man of the match honours Under 11 Division 1 Alphington Rockets 2 v Pinhoe Spears 1 Alphington Rockets came out winners after a cracking match with a good Pinhoe side The game started with Pinhoe looking strong and putting the Rockets under some early pressure but some fine defending kept them at bay The Rockets picked up their game and the deadlock was broken when Lucas White picked the ball up on the half way line and slid a great pass through to Conor Saunders who beat the keeper to the ball and slotted the ball neatly into the bottom corner 1 0 Alphington Pinhoe hit back just before half time when the Rockets failed to clear a cross and the ball fell kindly to a Pinhoe player to put the ball past John Morgan in goal The Rockets came out in the second half with much more purpose and started passing the ball around much better it was midway through the half when Conor Saunders fired in a great corner to the near post where William Burwood flicked the ball on the keeper could only parry and Lucas White pounced to fire home from 5 yards The Rockets came close to scoring again when Harry Warren went close with a good shot and Lucas White hit a volley into the side netting minutes later In the last minute Pinhoe almost levelled but some great defending again kept them at bay A great performance from all the boys especially Lucas White and Jack Cutting Man of the match all the lads Pinhoe Spears Matchday Report This was always going to be a tight game with both teams trying to play football on a sticky pitch Spears started well and tried to take the game to Alphington who were obviously eager to put one over their rivals George Coombes was unlucky with a good strike that bought an equally good save from the Alphington keeper and Jonny Farnsworth following up went just wide Lewis Mathews also went close from one of many dangerous Coombes corners Alphingtons pacy striker was a constant threat all morning and with Pinhoe pushing on it was no surprise it was he who outpaced the defence to put his team in front Credit to Pinhoe they kept attacking and got their reward Mathews stabbing home from another Coombes corner to go in 1 1 at half time The second half was pretty much end to end stuff with both teams having their chances Mathews and Farnsworth linked up well to create a good chance for the inspirational Jamie Vaughn Ryall and Connor Denshams wing play created a few half chances At the other end Pinhoe were let off a couple of times and only some good defending from Tom Crees and the outstanding Nathan Smeath kept the scores level The winner came from a corner Connor Radford saving the initial shot but Alphington reacting quickest to the lose ball Pinhoe huffed and puffed to try and find the equalizer without testing the keeper enough A good competitive match with good performances from Vaughn Ryall Coombes Tommy Lyon and M O M Nathan Smeath Alphington Rockets 8 v Sidmouth Warriors 3 Alphington Rockets produced a solid performance on a bitterly cold morning in Sidmouth The game started slowly with the Rockets finding it hard to get going After 10 minutes the Rockets took the lead when Conor Saunders starting as a striker fired a shot in low which the keeper let slip under his body Sidmouth started to push forward and were soon on level terms when a mix up in the Rockets defence allowed the ball to deflect passed James in goal 1 1 Conor Saunders then hit back straight away with a cracking shot that flew into the roof of the net just before half time the Rockets made it 3 1 when James Johnson slid the ball home after good work from Max Hammett The second half began with The Rockets pressing for another goal and it came when Conor Saunders grabbed his 3 rd goal of the game from close range Max Hammett made it 5 1 with a tidy turn and finish from six yards Sidmouth then hit back with 2 quick goals before Lucas White scored twice and Conor got his fourth of the game to cap a good team performance Some good performances from all the lads in testing conditions well done Man of the match Conor Saunders Pinhoe Spears 3 1 Westexe Spears passed the ball well and had lots of possession in the first half without testing the Westexe keeper Lewis Mathews having Spears best chances and at the other end Bayley Radford and Nathan Smeath snuffing out any Westexe attacks to go in 0 0 at half time The second half was a far more open game with both teams looking for the win With Pinhoe pushing forward Westexe took the lead with a breakaway goal the centre forward out pacing the spears defence to score and only a super save from Connor Radford and some last ditch defending from brother Bayley kept the score at 1 0 It took a piece of individual brilliance to get Spears going again Mathews picking the ball up and beating three players and finishing well to equalize Now with captain Jamie Vaughn Ryall inspiring his team Spears were in control and it was his pass who set up Mathews to take the lead and five minutes later the impressive Mathews completed his hat trick after good work from George Coombes and Tom Crees Mathews hit the bar and Coombes the post with good chances and keeper Radford had to be alert to counter any Westexe attacks Good performances all round with Warren O Riordan having a good debut and Bayley Radford outstanding at the back M O M Jamie Vaughn Ryall U10s League Cup Pinhoe Spears 3 1 Crediton Spears took on high flying Crediton saints in the 1 st round of the cup and were given a real test Spears started well and dominated possession passing the ball well However spears had to be aware of Creditons direct approach and Bayley Radford did well to clear off the line from Creditons best chance of the half Connor Densham and Lewis Mathews had good efforts saved by the impressive Crediton keeper Spears took the lead with a good header from Jamie Vaughn Ryall after a pin point corner from George Coombes and ten minutes later Spears doubled their lead again from a Coombes corner this time Tom Crees scoring with another good header 2 0 at half time Crediton came out and threw everything at Pinhoe in the second half which Spears struggled to deal with at times and as the game became more stretched the next goal was going to be important Crediton had thier chances but it was Spears who scored with a great counter attack move keeper Connor Radfords quick throw released Coombes who fed Mathews to finish well Crediton hit back almost immediately after some sloppy defending and Mathews could have added to his tally with two good chances Good performances from Charlie Fairchild and Tommy Lyon with M O M honors going to Nathan Smeath for another energetic hard working performance in midfield Under 11s League Cup ALPHINGTON ROCKETS 2 V 1 STOKE HILL CELTIC This game between two good sides produced a cracking cup tie with the Rockets finally coming out on top The Rockets started the game really well finding their passing rhythm but were finding it hard to break down the Stoke Hill team who were strong in the midfield Midway through the first half Jake Murphy found himself 20 yards from goal and with a delicate chip found the top corner of the net 1 0 to the Rockets Stoke Hill deservedly pulled a goal back 5 minutes before half time when their best player in midfield ran past 2 players to fire a great shot past John Morgan into the bottom corner The second half began with the Rockets pressing for a second goal and after a few missed chances the Rockets finally took the lead some good play from Lucas White allowed Harry Warren a chance on goal and a delightful chip from Harry found the top corner of the net to seal victory Some great performances from the lads especially Jack Cutting at the back well done boys Man of match Jack Cutting Stoke Hill Celtic 2 v Westexe 1 Stoke Hill Celtic took the lead when Morgan Pearce played a pass to Liam England who played it back to him first time for Pearce to curl a sweet shot into the far top corner Westexe were denied an equaliser on the stroke of half time when Stoke Hill keeper Gabriel Campbell made an outstanding finger tip save Both sides missed chances before Westexe scored a good equalising goal Stoke Hill keeper Gabriel Campbell kept his team in the game by racing off his line regularly to clear dangerous through balls With just two minutes remaining Jake Charlton pulled the ball back for Dan Hodges to hit an unstoppable volley into the net to secure the win for Stoke Hill Pinhoe Spears 9 0 St Martins Spears started the game strongly and it wasn t to long before they opened the scoring Charlie Fairchilds neat pass finding Connor Densham to fire home from the edge of the box George Coombes made it two with another fantastic strike and Densham got his second after being set up by Jamie Vaughn Ryall Jonny Farnsworth nodded home the fourth after Lewis Mathews was unlucky not to score to make it 4 0 at half time To their credit St Martins kept plugging away and tried to put a bit more pressure

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    time and again This allowed them to spring their favoured counter attacking style The AC defence were still rushing around madly to keep them at bay But Sidmouth finally broke through and a flurry of shots rained down on Jaspers goal with the ball pinging off crossbar and posts several times before going out of play AC did not survive a similar Sidmouth assault a few minutes later as despite a series of heroic saves Jasper could not keep the ball out and Sidmouth won a good consolation goal Jack Kennedy managed his fourth and AC s 12 th goal of the game in the closing stages AC Heavitree MOTM Jack Hector Alex Green Tedburn Panthers U11s Vs Pinhoe Pikes U11s Sat Nov 6th 2010 After a wet and windy few days the sun shone on a damp Barley Park pitch for the visit of a high flying and confident Pinhoe side Early clashes confirmed this was to be a fair but fiercely competitive match between two good evenly matched footballing sides Pinhoe showed their skills early with a fine free kick bringing out a good save from Adam Stanbury in the Tedburn goal The new partnership of Theo Gray and Archie Osborne upfront was starved of quality possession by an organised Pinhoe defence However typical for this season Tom Williams broke free in an advanced midfield position with Archie Osborne lashing home from the forward pass After a period of Pinhoe pressure Tedburn broke out again with Archie picking his spot with a strong drive into the roof of the Pinhoe goal The hat trick was then completed with Archie chasing down a goal kick for Tedburn to take a flattering 3 0 lead Despite determined defending from David Gray Reuben Taylor and Edward Purser Pinhoe forced a sharp save and deservedly slotted home shortly before the half time whistle Against the slope in the second half Michael Wade headed home for Tedburn from a finely floated Tom Williams free kick but Pinhoe heads never dropped and pulled one back with a well placed low shot from the edge of the box Michael Wade frequently had to break up the Pinhoe midfield possession but Tedburn continued to look confident on the break Despite several shots and near post headers at corners the Pinhoe keeper stood firm until an advanced Tom Baber curled a sweet finish to make it 5 More sustained pressure from Pinhoe was rewarded with another fine goal from the edge of the box but despite the efforts of the away team Tedburn defended resolutely to hold on for a hard fought 5 3 victory to mark the end to a successful first half of the season Well done Tedburn Tedburn Panthers MOTM Archie Osborne Tedburn Panthers Matchday Report AC Heavitree 0 3 Tedburn Panthers Unlike last weekend it was a warm and clear Saturday morning at Ladysmith School for the game between AC Heavitree and Tedburn Panthers with no forecast of bad weather The pitch was in good condition albeit a little heavy Tedburn were looking to continue their unbeaten run but the squad was depleted without the Gray twins and Henry Connor who were all away for half term Tedburn quickly got into their attacking stride and put AC Heavitree under sustained pressure Heavitree made occasional break outs from defence and Tedburn had to defend well with the back line of Reuben Taylor Adam Stanbury and Edward Purser restricting Heavitree to long range efforts which Owen Twigg in goal coped well with It was clear this was going to be a closely fought contest between two committed teams The break through came following a throw in and a goal mouth scramble in the AC box Tom Williams was quick to react and slotted the ball into the bottom corner 1 nil to Tedburn Panthers Heavitree continued to push forward and a series of well placed corners presented problems for the Tedburn defence with one shot being blasted just wide after a goal mouth scramble Jamie Pengilley who was particularly lively up front gave way to Tom Baber just before half time In midfield Michael Wade Tom Williams and Adam Harris all worked hard to gain first phase possession but were sometimes dispossessed by good AC pressure Following a great run down the left flank Tom Williams crossed for Archie Osborne to head just wide This was closely followed by a shot from Archie being well saved by the AC keeper Tedburn s perseverance paid off when Tom Williams collected his second goal of the match Again following good movement in midfield he controlled the ball well and picked his spot 2 nil to Panthers The second half started with Adam Harris being replaced by Jamie Pengilley and Tedburn continuing where they had left off Tom Williams was always a threat when running at the Heavitree defence The battle for midfield was a hard and keenly thought contest with Michael Wade and Tom Baber standing out for Tedburn Tedburn s third goal came when Jamie Pengelly was brought down inside the box and the referee had no hesitation in giving a penalty Archie Osborne stepped up and put the game beyond doubt despite the keeper getting a foot to it However during the post match interview he did admit to scuffing his shot and being relieved when it crossed the line Despite being 3 0 down Heavitree remained a threat and never gave up In defence for the Panthers Owen Twigg Adam Standbury Reuben Taylor and Edward Purser were well organised committed and fully deserve the clean sheet Overall this was a particularly good team performance by Tedburn Panthers who ran out worthy winners Tedburn Panthers Man of the Match Adam Stanbury AC Heavitree 0 3 Tedburn Panthers In what promised to be their toughest game so far this season AC entertained the in form league leaders Tedburn at Ladysmith The manager presented a cautious 3 5 0 formation with the whole team absolutely clear about their defensive responsibilities Tedburn had the best of the first few minutes winning a number of corners and an uncomfortable goalmouth scramble ended with Jasper saving well Then AC Heavitree were able to match Tedburn in midfield and there was a period of pressure on the Tedburn goal AC won three corners but these were cleared by a well organised Tedburn defence Tedburn countered and then threw in from the right There followed a goalmouth scramble that fell well for Tedburn to tap in from close range giving them the lead AC kept their heads up and the game became an intense but skillful battle in midfield with neither team gaining a clear advantage In AC s best chance of the half Jack Kennedy sent a powerful header goal bound but unfortunately Jed couldn t get out of the way and it deflected wide At the other end Tedburn found their way into the box and hounded by AC defenders a Tedburn striker fired a shot at goal but this was matched by a fantastic reaction save off Jasper s leg But then Tedburn cut the AC defence wide open with a devastating sequence of passes and a simple shot low into the right hand corner bringing the score to 2 0 at half time In the early stages of the second half the two teams were again evenly matched in the centre of the pitch but Tedburn were able to make the best out of their chances A Tedburn player was brought down at the edge of the AC box and won a penalty Despite getting a touch to the incoming shot with his left leg Jasper was beaten and this took Tedburn to a comfortable 3 0 lead For the remainder of the second half the AC midfield really impressed with numerous clever moves up the pitch Key to this was the ability of Jack Hector to win the ball in almost every encounter Jed Wright Arron Hollwell the three Jacks and later Liam Western linked together well and created a number of chances However AC were unable to break down the Tedburn defence AC found the back of the net only once but Jack Kennedy s goal was disallowed as the ball had already rolled out of play prior to the shot The AC defence were magnificent working well as a team Such was the quality of the Tedburn assault it was often necessary for our defenders to work in pairs to clear their lines Clearances were thoughtful and accurately placed back to the midfield Alex Green bravely threw himself into tackles and got a bit of a battering as a result so he was subbed off for Final Bowles With his help Archie Harris and Luke Matthews were able to prevent further damage AC were justifiably proud to have stood up as well as they did to the high flying Tedburn and an exciting match with great sportsmanship was enjoyed by both sides AC Heavitree MOTM Jack Hector Pinhoe Pikes 5 2 Twyford Celtic Another lovely Saturday morning arrived with Pinhoe Pikes entertaining Twyford Celtic at Middlemoor with the pitch in outstanding condition The game started brightly with the Pikes working hard to win the ball from the kick off with Jimmy Knight and Bradley Frost working in tandem hunting for the ball Once Pikes won the ball they passed the ball forward with style Charlie Telford and Harvey Anderson linking up well to start creating chances The irrepressible Bradley Frost managed a shot that the goalkeeper did well to tip over followed by Mason Clifford who had another outstanding game dragging a shot to the left of the goal Chances were coming thick and fast with Charlie Telford passing to Jimmy Knight forcing the keeper to save Eventually the breakthrough goal came from a Bradley Frost pass to Harvey Anderson who was in a great position to lash the ball into the top left hand corner Ashley Robertson who was having an outstanding game as well managed to make some really good crosses into the box and turned provider for the second goal with a great ball in for Liam to tap in The second half carried on in the same vein Twyford with a man down were struggling to control the game but to be fair to them their control and technique was really good and their heads didn t drop in falling behind Charlie Telford provided the third goal with excellent ball control and finish whilst Bradley Frost deservedly grabbed a fourth towards the end At this point some tired legs and players in positions they weren t used to meant that Twyford were able to take advantage and deservedly pull a goal back To be fair Pikes defence was having to work quite hard with the outstanding Josh Hawkesby covering back and making some crucial tackles but also pushing forward with great awareness and linking up with Harvey Anderson on the right who played a great ball in for Ashley Robertson to grab a goal A defensive mix up saw Pikes get caught in possession and for Twyford to rob the ball and beat the stranded keeper Overall a good game of football with Twyford a man down doing well to contain a Pikes side full of confidence at the moment Man of the match Josh Hawkesby superb display in defence Twyford Celtic Vs Tedburn Panthers U11 Sat 23rd October 2010 At the scene of last season s heart breaking sudden death penalty shoot quarter final loss in the League Cup a determined Tedburn Panthers side set about trying to break down a determined Twyford side From the start Twyford put up great defence and with an organised and solid defensive line the Panthers struggled to find their usual incisive football in the final third Occasional Twyford moves looked dangerous but the Panthers back three well marshalled by Reuben Taylor in the centre However it was not long before the Tedburn offence breached the defence with Jamie Pengilley making some lightening runs up the right side to cross a great ball over to Archie Osborne this season s top scorer for our first goal This was quickly followed by a great left sided clearance by Edward Purser which was neatly passed through the midfield and onto Tom Baber s right foot He lashed the ball home for his 3 rd of the season and a fist time cross to Tom Williams goal number two and the Red machine rolled on A third was added moments later when once again the potent Tom Williams linked well with the forwards to force a deflected goal from Jamie Pengilley The half was drawing to a close when the Panthers goalkeeper Adam Stanbury cleared strongly from the edge of his box A neat one two across the Twyford defence allowed Michael Wade on a lung bursting run from box to box to slide in the fourth The weather deteriorated in the second half in almost biblical proportions with wind rain and hail set to try the resolve of both sides Both Tedburn substitutes Henry Conner and Adam Harris has smart shorts well saved by a excellent Twyford goalkeeper but it fell to the stalwart Archie Osborne to net his second and Tedburn s fifth just before the final whistle Thank you to Alex Williams for stepping up to referee at short notice and well done to the Tedburn defence for keeping a clean sheet for only the second time this season Tedburn Man of the Match Reuben Taylor Inter Heavitree 2 5 AC Heavitree They train together every week but how would they play against each other in a competitive league game Both teams came to the match with very strong teams clearly wanting to win The air was electric with nervous anticipation as the crowds gathered for this long awaited derby at Ladysmith There was tension between the rival fans as they jostled to find the best places to stand and there were a few concerns at the lack of a police presence to keep order It felt like Wembley Straight from the kick off AC went at Inter with a pass out to the right wing Jack Smith whipped a cross back in for Arron Holwell to volley in an early goal for AC Then Inter found their feet took control of the midfield and won a corner The ball came out to Tyler who lobbed the ball over the crowd and just over the AC crossbar However AC were also looking to go forward with debutant Archie Harris scurrying behind the Inter defence looking for chances The game was well balanced as the rain set in halfway through the first half This did not distract Inter who had a good chance when a long throw was dropped into the AC box forcing a desperate clearance But then AC won a free kick 25 yards out on the right hand side Jack Kennedy stepped up to send a beautiful shot into the top left making it 2 0 to AC Both sides battled desperately in midfield with spells in which each side took turns to find the advantage After a particularly good passing sequence Inter got behind the AC defence and Tyler drilled a powerful shot low to Jasper s right leading to a spectacular diving save Towards the end of the half AC seemed to get a better grip of the game and had Inter pinned back in their own half But Inter defended resolutely and were always threatening on the break The second half saw a more defensive formation for AC Inter seemed pleased to take the game to AC and piled on the pressure However AC were quick to punish their enthusiasm and a break led to an AC throw on the left hand side Jack Kennedy was lurking in the Inter penalty area and he sent a low shot into the bottom right of the net to make it 3 0 There was good end to end play for the rest of the game An Inter corner sailed deliciously over the heads of all of the players to the far post where Matt Burchill just missed a sliding finish After a period of pressure Inter had AC in disarray in a horrendous goal mouth scramble and it fell to Jed Wright to scoop the ball off the goal line and dribble to safety Chances occurred at the other end too Charlie King took the ball on the edge of the Inter box and fed it neatly through to the left post for Arron to tap in bringing the score to 4 0 to AC Then AC seemed to sit back and Inter won a free kick in a central position Tyler guided the powerful cross into the AC area for Guy to smash in Then it was Henry Wright of Inter who shook the AC team again when he got on the end of a mischievous passing move up the pitch At 4 2 Inter were inspired by halving of AC s lead and pressed for more But it was Jack Kennedy of AC who sealed the match when a deflection came to him in the middle of the Inter box and he drove a low and powerful shot under the diving goalkeeper securing his hat trick and the match at 5 2 A great game from both teams Well done AC Heavitree MOTM Jack Kennedy Hemyock v Stoke Hill Rangers 2 3 Rangers had to dig out a result today after what seemed a comfortable start with a goal from Jordan Sandford in the opening minutes Rangers put on the pressure looking for a second Luke Dunstan was unlucky not to double the score line only to see his fine effort come back off the crossbar but it was Rangers who soon found themselves 2 1 down The first of Hemyock s goals came from some sloppy defending with the Rangers backs pushing too far up the field and their second came after some fine goal keeping from Joseph Ware saw him off his line and a lob from 20yds saw the ball drop over the head of Ware who was scrambling back Rueben Alabaidi in midfield had a terrific game today and it was his pass to Aidan king who then crossed the ball for Rangers to level this match at 2 2 with another strikers finish from inform Sandford The second half saw Rangers again striving for the winner and but for some good defensive play and good goal keeping by the Hemyock side could have put this game out of sight at the other end Rangers defence and keeper were a match for their counter parts and two glorious saves by Ware kept Rangers in the game With about 15 minutes to go some good play down the Rangers right saw Luke Dunstan team up with Piotr Czaja and some excellent passing between them coupled up with Alabaidi and King saw the ball run through to Sandford who made no mistake in getting his hat trick the third in two games Hemyock continued to pile on the pressurre but Rangers held out Timon Brown could have put the game to bed with ten minutes to go only to see the hemyock keeper make another fine save The whole of the Rangers team battled hard and took this game to a well earned 3 2 victory Man of the Match Rueben Alabaidi Worked his socks off Tedburn Panthers vs Brixington Blues U11 The kick off went to Brixington but within a minute Tedburn were on the attack A cross from the right found Adam Harris at the far post and it was only the long grass that prevented his header from finding the net Moments later the Brixington keeper was unable to hold onto a crisp shot from Archie Osborne and Michael Wade was on hand to fire in the rebound Tedburn controlled the possession and continued to exert pressure on the Brixington goal winning four corners in the opening ten minutes but were unable to add to their lead At the other end the Blues won a free kick in a dangerous position but the shot was headed clear After twenty minutes a substitution was made with Tom Baber coming on for Harris Tedburn worked hard as a unit to close down in midfield and contain Brixington to a few long range efforts Their passing and movement was excellent and a fine interchange between Jamie Pengilley and Tom Williams almost lead to a second goal Panther s didn t have to wait long to see a return for their attractive football From a quick break Pengilley and Osborne worked the ball between the defenders for Osborne to drive the ball home with his left foot Osborne quickly added his second reacting quickly to a loose ball that he rifled into the roof of the net Brixington were having little joy from their attacking forays with the flat back three of Adam Stanbury Theo Gray and Reuben Taylor being first to the ball and strong in the tackle The first half was crowned with a superb move that saw Tom Williams cut in from the left and cross deep for Osborne to lay the ball off to Pengilley to finish from twelve yards out Half Time Tedburn Panthers 4 0 Brixington Blues Half time changes saw Theo Gray replaced at left back by Edward Purser and Tedburn took charge of the game and saw three more goals in quick succession The first came as Taylor played the ball down the right for Osborne to latch onto and beat the keeper at the near post A sweetly struck free kick from twenty five yards gave Williams his opening goal as he curled the ball into the top right corner A determined Osborne sealed his hat trick bursting through the middle of the park before firing low past the keeper making it 7 0 to Tedburn Half way through the second half Taylor was replaced at right back by David Gray and Tedburn s work rate particularly from Michael Wade in the middle of the park continued to impress the crowd despite being in such a commanding position To their credit Brixington continued to press and their striker latched onto a ball down the right rode the tackle and fired home at the near post Tedburn responded in kind with Williams stealing the ball in midfield to hold off a challenge and fire into the top right corner from outside the box Two final changes were made with the excellent attacking partnership of Osborne and Pengilley being replaced by Harris and Theo Gray The victory was complete when Williams had another long range shot saved but Gray reacted smartly to score from the rebound Some resolute defending and some fine work by the Tedburn keeper Owen Trigg saw the Panthers keep out Blues efforts from consecutive corners before the ref blew for full time Final score Tedburn Panthers 9 1 Brixington Blues Tedburn Man of the Match Michael Wade Stoke Hill Rangers U11 s v Sidmouth Raiders 9 0 Stoke Hill carried on from where they left off in their last match Again showing they are becoming a very talented side From the off Rangers over run the Sidmouth midfield and it was that boy again that showed he know s exactly where the back of the net is yes Jordan Sandford struck his 1st of his double hat trick today Some solid defending by Rangers at the back and through midfield saw Sidmouth penned in their own half for much of this game It was constant pressure that enabled Sandford grab his 2nd from what seemed an impossible position whilst under pressure from defender and keeper Rueben Alabaidi was not to be outdone and soon put Rangers 3 0 up this was followed by the 3rd from Sandford and quickly followed with Piotr Czaja grabbing his first for the club taking the Rangers boys into a comfortable 5 0 lead at half time The second half saw the Rangers manager make three changes this didn t dampen the Rangers spirit and soon increased their lead through Aidan king who thoroughly deserved his goal after some superb work on the left throughout this match Joeseph Ware in the Rangers goal wouldn t have been blamed if he had had a nap in this game but when called upon went about his task with confidence The Rangers team as a whole must be commended on the way they played today with each and everyone of them contributing to this remakable score line which was only to get better with Sandford making it 7 8 then 9 0 Again a well deseved victory for some hard work movement and vision not to mention the finishing I would like to applaud a Sidmouth side who never once gave up and battled to the end a credit to their manager and club Man of the Match Jordan Sandford for his all round game AC Heavitree 8 1 Twyford Twyford came forward from the centre kick and caused some early trouble around the AC Heavitree penalty area Then AC woke up and quickly countered with some quick passing setting up Jack Smith with a shot just wide of the right hand post Minutes later the ball was being picked out of the stinging nettles again when Jack Kennedy shot over the crossbar of the Twyford goal AC continued to pile on the pressure with Jed Wright and Kane Boston linking well with Kennedy to create a number of further chances The Twyford goalkeeper was on good form catching everything that came to him Twyford replied by making a few chances of their own Jasper Freestone commanded the AC box marshalling his defenders to snuff out the attacks Alex Green was on form in defence with accurate clearances to the midfield Arron Hollwell and Jed worked the left wing with clever overlapping play to get a cross into the Twyford area for Kane to narrowly miss a header But it was on the right wing that AC finally broke through on 15 minutes Jack Smith made a powerful run and then passed the ball out to the wing for Jack Kennedy to make a perfect cross back into Kane who tapped into the goal Within two minutes Kennedy made it 2 0 when from a simple throw in he took the ball to the edge of the Twyford box and sent a missile across the face of goal and into the top left corner The manager made some changes with Finan Bowles coming on and Liam Weston returning to Heavitree under 11 s Liam made an immediate impact when he got on the end of an excellent Jack Smith cross to make the score 3 0 But AC were starting to leave too much space in front of their own goal and it was necessary for Finan to hack the ball off the goal line after a series of unfortunate deflections in defence Jasper made a fine save a few minutes later but after a period of pressure from Twyford AC finally caved in and gave away a goal making the score 3 1 at half time The second half brought some fine passing moves from the whole of the AC Heavitree team Right from the back the team maintained possession with style and composure AC were able to pass around the opposition with the midfield of the three Jacks and Jed linking well Jack Kennedy forced a spectacular diving save from the outstanding Twyford goalie and Liam headed just over the bar from a corner Jack Smith made a run down the right and then cut inside to unleash a thunderbolt from range over the head of the Twyford keeper into the net Then in the best move of the game Jack Smith found Jack Kennedy in space centrally at the edge of the Twyford box who sent the ball through the crowd to Kane at the left post Kane cut it back across the goal for Liam to tap in taking the score to 5 1 With renewed confidence AC pushed forward perhaps looking a bit stretched at the back But Finan and Alex were faultless in defence and equal to the Twyford threat AC were able to dominate the rest of the game with Jack Smith scoring again and Jed and Kane adding their names to the scoresheet With a fantastic understanding of each other s style of play and tactics on the pitch the whole team contributed to this long awaited victory Well done to you all AC Heavitree MOTM Jack Smith Pinhoe Pikes 3 1 Hemyock Pikes played host to Hemyock on a bright Saturday morning with the pitch looking fantastic Pikes started well with Jimmy Knight and Bradley Frost chasing the ball down from the kick off and putting Hemyock under pressure and it wasn t long before that pressure started to create chances Josh Hawkesby was first who had an outstanding game in midfield working hard and linking up with teammates excellently In the opening exchanges Pikes had the territory and possession but were finding it hard to convert it into a goal However within a while Josh Hawkesby found himself on the right and crossed a magnificent ball into the box for Charlie Telford to knock one in at the far post Hemyock kept trying to press forward but the increasingly effective Tyler Hickman was breaking up play well Harry Taylor was also increasing in confidence and on winning a number of balls was distributing the ball really well Pikes found themselves going in at half time another goal to the good after the ever hardworking Bradley Frost after making a number of chances twisted and fired home a shot The second half the side remained unchanged until Harvey Anderson came on but Pikes carried on where they left off Mason Clifford remained disciplined sitting just in front of the back three and did a good job of breaking up play and pushing the team forward whilst Harry Taylor continued his good work from the first half but this time on the left Harry Jones joined the fray and looked more confident and committed Jimmy knight looked good up front and was rewarded after the excellent Tyler Hickman tried a shot that rebounded off players only for Jimmy Knight to latch onto the ball and lash it in Hemyock found themselves coming into the game a bit more as Pikes tired and new players made them lose their shape a little And to their credit they pulled a goal back from a good attacking move They could have had another as too many Pike players stood off and left Lewis Densham to half save whist Tom Ferdinand cleared off the line The game finished with no more goals added but a good game of football and credit to both sides for the football and spirit it was played Crediton Saints 2 0 AC Heavitree Crediton Saints 2 0 AC Heavitree It was windy and misty on the hill at Barnfield Saint s home ground After kick off AC Heavitree had the best of early chances with Arron Hollwell shooting from range to test the keeper But Crediton countered with some slick passing and forced a couple of corners and a shot wide of Jasper Freestone s goal Then AC settled and dominated the play in the first half Jed Wright and Luke Matthews teamed up well in midfield and great through ball by Jack Kennedy put Kane Boston in for a chance but the Crediton goalie was equal to him The three Jacks looked impenetrable in defence quickly snuffing out the few Crediton attacks that came their way It was a physical game with both sides getting stuck in and the ref working to keep the game flowing well Jack Smith whipped in a cross from the right and a flurry of feet jostled the ball towards the Crediton goal forcing a desparate clearance off the line AC continued to pressure the Crediton goal with their own defenders camped on the halfway line watching for any sign of trouble None came and Jasper was not looking too bothered But despite the continuous threat AC were unable to create a goal Then in the dying minutes of the half against the run of play a rare Crediton break put one of their strikers in sight of goal With AC defenders bearing down on him the striker fired a hard shot from range that some how avoided the defenders and sprawling keeper to end up in the bottom left corner of the net giving the home team the advantage at half time The AC team structure was switched about a bit at half time with Jacks Smith and Kennedy brought forward into their usual midfield positions Jed remained AC s main playmaker during the second half with his relentless energy and ability to ride tackles from all sides Shots rained down on the Crediton goalkeeper who put in a commanding performance to keep his team in the lead Arron made his usual weaving runs down the wing sending wicked looking crosses into the box where Kane was always lurking but the Crediton defence remained solid Halfway through the second half Crediton made a surging run through the middle of the AC defence with passing and some great individual skill Somehow Crediton avoided all of the tackles and their striker poked the ball past Jasper from close range to make it 2 0 The whole AC team battled on for the rest of the match showing great spirit Despite retaining most of the possession looking great in midfield and peppering the Crediton goal with shots they were unable to make a reply and left the pitch empty handed Better luck next time lads AC Heavitree MOTM Jed Wright Inter 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    good football Harry was strong in defence so was George The first goal came with a string of passes from Billy to Conner who laid it on for Evan who placed it strongly into the back of the net 2nd Half This half was as much as the first with Culm having several good chances on goal but the second goal came with Evan capitalising on a mistake by the the goalie to header it into the net AC Heavitree matchday report HONITON 1 1 AC HEAVITREE In the first few minutes there was not much to separate the two sides That was until a long shot from Honiton rattled Jasper s right post A quick counter attack almost put Jack Hector through for a goal but he drove it wide AC started to pass well leading to a goalmouth scramble in which Heavitree were unlucky not to go ahead Then perhaps against the run of play AC conceded an own goal from a long Honiton throw in and at half time AC Heavitree were 1 0 down In the second half Heavitree pressed hard for an equaliser Good passing moves put Jack Kennedy into a lot of good positions but all of the chances were driven wide or sky high Honiton countered a few times and Luke Matthews and Arron Hollwell needed to stay alert in order to clear the ball away from Jasper s goal But AC s gallant midfield including Alex Green and Jack Smith continued to combine well with strikers Jack Hector and Jack Kennedy and shots seemed to rain down on the Honiton goal forcing many spectacular saves Finally all the hard work paid off as a flurry of shots ended in a deflection into the path of Jack Kennedy for an easy tap in Despite more pressure Heavitree were unable to make further progress and the two teams shared the points at the end of the game Heavitree MOTM Jack Kennedy CULM 2 0 AC HEAVITREE An early Culm attack saw Jasper save a powerful shot with his legs and the AC defence had to work hard to chase down loose balls in and around the AC penalty area from the outset After absorbing pressure from Culm for some minutes AC went forward only for a long ball from the Culm midfield to find one of their strikers face to face with Jasper Without hesitation the striker poked the ball past Jasper and Culm were 1 0 up Culm continued to pile on the pressure for the rest of the first half and Heavitree were forced to get everybody back behind the ball for some long periods In the second half Culm again saw most of the chances while AC battled hard to keep them at bay Then Heavitree found themselves for a while with a return to their passing game The game was finely balanced with chances at both ends of the pitch Jack Smith seemed to have boundless energy in midfield and played a part in several Heavitree attacks At the back Luke Matthews used a lot of determination and skill to obstruct Culm opportunities in open play However in the end a Culm corner led to a headed goal from short range to make it 2 0 This renewed Culm s confidence and AC were forced back into a defensive game for the last few minutes Despite battling well AC were not able to meet Culm s well organised and determined style and there were no grumbles about the final scoreline Heavitree MOTM Luke Matthews Central United Matchday Report Match 1 A really committed display from an excellent United team who defended well throughout Pinhoe soaked up United s attacks and came forward forcefully only to be met by the twin rocks of William Gregory and Alex Pinskey and the dramatic shot stopping skills of Will Wenley Good running up front by a rejuvenated George O Brien and a busy Thomas O Donnell helped relieve some pressure The game was also noteworthy for a Pinskey special that will live long in the memory So a game that United never looked like winning but nevertheless an effort for which they all should be congratulated Match 2 This game was a bit of a drop in standards from the 1 st one although United came within a whisker of stealing a point Talie Metcalfe Wood looked to be really enjoying himself in this game and rounded off an enjoyable morning for all concerned when he equalised midway through the first half so breaking United s 2010 duck Luke Perry also deserves mention for the way he overcame his first half disappointment and knuckled down to some wholehearted defending Well done boys Stoke Hill Celtic Matchday Report Crediton 1 v Stoke Hill Celtic 1 A draw was a fair result in a game of very few chances Dan Hodges slammed the ball in from the edge of the penalty area to give Stoke Hill Celtic the half time lead Crediton pushed hard for an equaliser in the second half Stoke Hill Celtic keeper John Morgan Ross made a great save from a free kick Crediton finished the game with a succession of corners in the 6th minute of injury time scored a deserved equaliser when a scrambled goal went in off Stoke Hill Celtic defender Dan Hodges Tedburn 0 v Stoke Hill Celtic 1 A game of very few chances was decided when Stoke Hill Celtic s Dan Hodges poked the ball in from close range for an opportunist finish The scoreline flattered Stoke Hill Celtic Tedburn deserved at least a draw Tedburn were well organised in defence and created good chances making it difficult for Stoke Hill Celtic to play their usual passing game Pinhoe Pikes Matchday Report Match No 1 Verses CENTRAL UNITED Won For 2 Against 0 Pikes maintained possession right from the start with an early effort from Tommy Lyons going wide The defensive pairing of Baily Radford and Daniel Cullen proving effective at breaking down any attacks Pikes went ahead quite early on from an untidy attacking move that Tommy Lyons managed to tap in On the whole Pikes dictated the play and during the second half Morgan Cullen had two efforts go close Simon Priddle worked really hard in the central midfield role whilst Josh Hawkesby found good areas up front Central had a couple of chances and Lewis Densham had to make a pretty smart save on one of them However Pikes went out overall winners when Morgan Cullen scored from good Pikes pressure to cap a convincing performance Match No 2 Verses CENTRAL CITY Won For 2 Against 0 Pikes started pretty much in the same vein attempting to pass and move at every opportunity Tommy Lyons again went close early on with a good effort and then proceeded to take a couple of corners that created half chances Mason Clifford and Charlie Fairchild operating on the wings gave the game some width and for the most part made Pikes look good going forward Josh Hawkesby found himself in good space to see an effort go off the post The second half produced more of the same with Harry Taylor looking good at the back especially with Daniel Cullen playing a blinder at the back Mason Clifford had two good chances on the left midfield but it was Morgan Cullen who got the all important second goal from a rasping shot from Simon Priddle that rebounded for Morgan to tap in Inter Heavitree Matchday Report Culm Utd 1 v Inter Heavitree 1 Inter Heavitree started well with Harry Dolan picking out Josh Herbert whose strong run earned them the first corner Inter maintained good pressure but were then caught on the break and the Culm striker was through one on one with Matthew Davison in goal Matthew saved well and from the ensuing corner the header went wide Unfortunately there was confusion from the goal kick and Matthew Davison passed straight to the a Culm Utd player who gratefully sent in a powerful shot to give them a 1 0 lead For the remainder of the half there was little between the two sides and Heavitree could not find the goal that they needed In the second half Charlie Ricketts came on for his Heavitree debut and settled in well Within minutes of the restart Jed Wright made a tremendous break down the right and sent in a pinpoint cross that Josh Herbert got to just before the chasing defender and goalkeeper to put in a deserved equaliser Heavitree then pushed for the winner with Matt Burchell s long throws causing problems in the Culm defence At the other end Matt and Josh Bennett looked solid in defence and despite both teams best efforts it finished 1 1 Man of the Match Matt Burchell Honiton 0 v Inter Heavitree 0 Taking nothing away from Honiton s performance this was a game that Inter Heavitree could and should have won However the commitment of the Honiton defence and the heroics of their goalkeeper ensured that the points were shared Inter Heavitree started strongly and Jed Wright had an early chance but scuffed his shot Then a great flowing move saw Harry Dolan break through one on one with the goalkeeper but he saved well The ball rebounded back to Jed but his strong shot hit the bar Moments later Inter won a corner and Charlie Ricketts nearly got to it before the ball broke to Harry but the goalie saved his shot The goalie then made a good save from Charlie to keep the scores level at the break In the second half Inter kept up the pressure with Tyler Davis making a great run through the centre before setting up Josh Herbert but his shot was pushed behind for a corner Josh took the corner and the ball came back out to him before another shot was saved at the near post As the half wore on Honiton steadily grew into the game but Guy Geeson and Matt Burchell cleared up any danger leaving Matthew Davison little to do in goal Jed Wright continued to look dangerous and on one occasion went on a mazy run that took him past three Honiton players before almost setting up Josh but the Honiton defender intercepted well At the end on the break Honiton nearly broke through before Jed spotting the danger came across the field to clear the ball and ensure another draw Man of the Match Jed Wright Stoke Hill Rangers Matchday Report Tedburn St Mary v Stoke Hill Rangers 0 1 Stoke Hill rangers were again slowly into their stride and had to soak up some early pressure from a lively Tedburn side Joseph Ware in goal again kept Rangers in the game in the first half to take it to the whistle at 0 0 An inspired substitution by the Rangers Manager saw him bring on Rueben Alabaidi at the start of the second half and this seemed to inspire the Rangers boys and spur them on From this point they virtually controlled the game and their reward soon came A good ball from Timon Brown put Jordan Sandford through and he confidently slotted past the Tedburn keeper With some solid defending and midfield being bossed by Rueben Alabaidi Rangers hung on for a desrved win Man of the Match Rueben Alabaidi Crediton v Stoke Hill Rangers 2 3 For once Rangers started where they had left off in the first game Crediton had come to win this game but with spme slick movement and passing Rangers soon saw themselves 1 0 to the good with a great finish by Rueben Alabaidi Crediton pressed hard but Rangers defence was solid and at the break Rangers were looking in command The second saw both sides pushing hard but it was that boy Rueben Alabaidi that again made the break through after 3 quick passes from the back saw Rueben again find the back of the net Crediton pulled one back mid way through the second half Rangers had to soak up some pressure as this had lifted Crediton but 4 minutes from the end up popped Rueben Alabaidi to seal his hat trick and at this point Rangers seemed to have the game sewn up but a late 2nd for Crediton made it a tense finish for all concerned Fortunately the whistle came quick enough for Rangers to run out deserved winners in what was an excellent game Man of the Match Bradley Staddon Sidmouth Warriors matchday Report Sidmouth Warriors U10 s struggled to get going against 2 good Stoke Hill sides Against table topping Stoke Hill Celtic some good early saves from Tobi Pugsley kept Celtic at bay but only one shot in the whole of the first half for the Warriors from Ben Gosse showed how much Celtic dominated Celtics domination was rewarded either side of half time with 2 goals the first a good move the second handed to them For the last 5 minutes the Warriors changed their tactics leaving one at the back and going for all out attack This was rewarded when Ollie Jarrett headed in a George Harris pin point corner It was then in the balance for the last 2 minutes until the Warriors gifted Celtic their third to lose 3 1 In the second game against Stoke Hill Rangers the Warriors dominated the first half with goals from Gosse and two from the impressive Tom Woodruff his second a magnificent strike from 20 yards 3 0 could have been 5 or 6 The second half showed how frustrating the Warriors can be as they never really got going and when Rangers pulled one back even this did not wake up a lacklustre Warriors They did however hold on for a 3 1 victory Team Tobi Pugsley Matt Jones Tom Woodruff Kade Hayman Joe Lowe George Harris Ollie Jarrett Ethan Mead Joe Buckland and Ben Gosse Stoke Hill Celtic Matchday Report Sidmouth Warriors 1 v Stoke Hill Celtic 3 Stoke Hill Celtic took the lead when Morgan Pearce passed to Dan Hodges who cut the ball back for Joe Balkwill to score Stoke Hill Celtic keeper John Morgan Ross made a close range save to preserve a half time lead A good passing move involving five players ended with Joe Balkwill doubling the Stoke Hill Celtic lead Ollie Jarrett headed home a corner for Sidmouth Warriors to make the score 2 1 to ensure a tense finish before Joe Balkwill completed his hatrick to secure a 3 1 win for Stoke Hill Celtic Sidmouth Raiders 1 v Stoke Hill Celtic 8 Freddie James scored a hatrick for Stoke Hill Celtic there were further goals from Dan Hodges 2 Tom Cox John Morgan Ross an own goal Stoke Hill Rangers Matchday Report Sidmouth Raiders v Stoke Hill Rangers 1 0 Stoke Hill didn t get into their stride in this game until the second half but some good goal keeping by Joseph Ware kept it to a respectable 1 0 down at half time The second half saw Stoke Hill with the majority of the ball but done everything they could except find the back of the net Sidmouth Warriors v Stoke Hill Rangers 3 1 Sidmouth got off to a good start with an early goal and it was this that seemed to wake Rangers up Rangers pushed hard for an equaliser with some good movement in midfield and upfront but again as in the first game struggled to score Sidmouth took advantage of this despite some sound defending by Bradley Staddon and again some excellent work between the sticks by Joseph ware they soon went 2 then 3 0 up Rangers had an opportunity right on half time when they were awarded a free kick on the edge of the area only to see Timon Brown fire his attempt straight into the Sidmouth wall The second half saw some good football by both sides and it was Stoke Hill That won this half with a good finish from Leading scorer Jordan Sandford Rangers were unlucky not to get something out of this game with Luke Dunstan missing from inside the area and efforts from Rueben Alabaidi and Aidan King both narrowly missing the target Man of the Match Joseph Ware for some quality goal keeping Sidmouth Warriors matchday Report Sidmouth Warriors U10 s gave their all on two big pitches to claim two well deserved victories Against Central United it took a stunning strike from Ethan Mead to settle the Warriors down Afterwards the Warriors won every tackle played some great passing football and created a lot of chances on a very big pitch Two further goals from Ben Gosse made the half time score 3 0 In the second half it was all one way traffic and the only surprise was that the Warriors only scored one further goal a deflected cross from Mead found the net after some good work by Ollie Jarrett and Joe Lowe in midfield In the second game against Central City composed defending by Tom Woodruff and Matt Jones enabled the midfield to dictate the game Joe Buckland created numerous chances before a two minute spell just before half time saw Gosse score a poachers hatrick The second half was much of the same with further goals from Kade Hayman and Gosse again making the final score 5 0 Special mention to Tobi Pugsley in goal who didn t have much to do but when called upon did everything with assurance Team Tobi Pugsley Matt Jones Tom Woodruff Kade Hayman Joe Lowe Ollie Jarrett Ethan Mead Joe Buckland and Ben Gosse Central United matchday report Match 1 Half term break had done nothing for United s concentration levels and the first half was a very disappointing display Warriors played very well and scored one truly memorable goal with a long range shot for once beating the in form Will Wenley The other performance worthy of mention came from Luke Perry who battled extremely well and is quickly developing into a reliable partner for Will Gregory After turning around 3 down the midfield began to battle with a degree more urgency and only conceded 1 further goal Match 2 A great start to this game from a revitalised team but chance after chance went begging with the opposition really under the cosh With Talie Metcalfe Wood and Tom Wright in midfield throwing caution to the wind in the search for a goal the defence began to creak and inevitably shipped a goal The game was a lesson in perseverance as Sidmouth never once panicked and coolly took their chances Stoke Hill Celtic Matchday Report Stoke Hill Celtic 4 v Westhill Wasps 0 There were few chances in an even first half before a long range shot from Ollie Evans gave Stoke Hill Celtic the lead Westhill nearly equalised when Mike Cooper drove a free kick over the wall but Stoke Hill Celtic keeper John Morgan Ross tipped over the bar Westhill had a succession of corners from one of these Stoke Hill defender Harry Pollard header a goal bound shot off his goal line In the second half Ollie Evans again tried his luck from distance scored to double the lead Stoke Hill Celtic scored the goal of the game when a series of first time passes between Harry Pollard Joe Balkwill Dan Hodges ended with Dan Hodges side footing a third goal Joe Balkwill added a late goal to secure a 4 0 victory Stoke Hill Celtic 4 v Hemyock 0 With the pitch getting heavy both sides found it difficult to create chances Dan Hodges gave Stoke Hill Celtic the lead with a driving shot into the roof of the net Stoke Hill Celtic keeper Ollie Evans was kept busy making a number of saves to preserve the lead In the second half man of the match Ben Abrahams scored two superb goals to clinch a 3 0 win for Stoke Hill Celtic The first goal was after a dribble winning a couple of tough tackles before slotting home For the final goal Dan Hodges passed to John Morgan Ross who hit the post before Ben Abrahams followed up from close range to score Culm Matchday Report Cullompton Rangers 0 v Culm United 3 1st Half The game started fast with both sides passing and defending well some times it was a bit messy Culm had one or two chances which Cullompton snuffed out well The first goal came with some good passes from Billy Greene to Finley Mcclear who passed it back out to Conner Pengelly who finished with a top left corner goal 2nd Half Change of team for Culm with Evan Lewis comming on which played divedends from the start because it was right from the kick off that Evan cooly put the ball into the bottom right corner of the net to give Culm there second goal Culm went on to make some good passes and some more good shots at goal but were denied by the young Cullompton s goalie but at last a good pass in by Kieran Fry was scrambled in by Evan Lewis Culm United 5 v Broadclyst 1st Half There was a change about of the Culm team but this did not seam to phase them they started strong with the first goal coming from Connor with a good strong shot finding the net Broadclyst are a newly formed team but they played with determination and enthusiasm Culm had several shots at goal but the ball would not find the net but at last the second goal came withis a corner from Billy which was knocked by Callum Batten 2nd Half The second half started much as the first with Culm having so many chances but the ball kept on going wide or over the bar A goal finially came from Connor after this Culm began to find the net with a pass from Evan that hit Finley and went in and the last goal came again with a strike from Evan that rebounded and fell for Callum to knock in Pinhoe Pikes Matchday Report Match No 1 Verses MOORS STARS Drew For 1 Against 1 The Pikes started really well creating pressure from the first kick Nathan Smeath as stand in captain linked up well in midfield with the defence Pikes were proving effective at breaking down the Stars attacks with Harri Taylor using the right midfield well to play the ball forward to Morgan Cullen Chances were being created but the Moors defence held up well It was obvious this was going to be a tight game with goals hard to come by As it was Tommy Lyons put in one of a number of corners that Josh Hawkesby controlled well and lashed in to give Pikes a deserved lead at half time Inevitably Moors started strongly in the second half Pikes managed to keep their shape but had to spend a lot more time defending Daniel Cullen was excellent in defence making sure he got to the ball at the breakdown Generally pikes defended well as a team which was just as well as Moors started to dominate the half as they went looking for an equalizer It came in the end from good Moors pressure and the ball was tapped in Both teams worked hard and played good football a draw was probably a fair result Match No 2 Verses MOORS COMETS Won For 4 Against 2 A sluggish start to this game saw Pikes struggling to keep their shape and passing together But slowly they started to get in the game and create pressure with Charlie Fairchild providing some nice touches and link up play In fact it was a Charlie cross that Tommy Lyons narrowly missed to give the lead Josh Hawkesby was playing well up front again holding the ball up well on occasions Morgan Cullen created some chances but it was Tommy Lyons who gave the Pikes the lead with a tap in Comets soon equalised as Pikes started to stand off players giving Comets the chance to dictate the play Thankfully Tommy Lyons was on hand to finish another good attacking move to give Pikes the lead The second half saw Pikes really struggling to maintain their pressure and all of a sudden Moors looked like they could score at any stage which they duly did Lewis Densham made some fine saves and Pikes were fortunate when two Moor attempts hit the post In the last five minutes Morgan Cullen eventually scored a goal from a Charlie Fairchild pass whilst at the other end Baily Radford made some important tackles in defence The last goal was from an outstanding attacking push from Nathan Smeath who fully deserved the goal and to put some gloss on the score line which didn t tell the whole story CW Dynamoes Matchday Report COUNTESS WEAR DYNAMOES 2 EXMOUTH 0 A solid defensive performance from the dynamoes with two great goals from Reece Saunders This was a solid team effort with all the team playing their part MOM Reece Saunders and Liam England COUNTESS WEAR DYNAMOES 4 BRIXINGTON 1 A brilliant team display from Dynamoes who dominated the game throughout Good build up play led to two well finished goals from Charlie Telford two further goals came from Reece Saunders both were brilliant solo efforts MOM Sam Pilkington and Charlie Telford AC Heavitree matchday report AC HEAVITREE 0 V TEDBURN PANTHERS 6 AC Heavitree battled throughout the first half with a very competitive Tedburn side and although lacking a number of key players looked to have done enough to go in level at half time but a Tedburn counter attack caught the heavies up field and Tedburn scored right on the half time whistle Having performed so well in the first half AC heads dropped a bit and they found themselves 2 0 down quite soon Try as they might the Tedburn defence held and a brilliant diving save by thier keeper denied Jack Hector from scoring with a well driven shot A defensive mix up led to a Tedburn third Natty Jones Jack Hector and Luke Matthews worked very hard but found themselves outnumbered by the swift passing Tedburn forwards And goals 4 5 and 6 followed AC battled on but were outplayed today by strong Tedburn side who ran out worthy winners AC MOTM Natty Jones AC HEAVITREE 1 V CREDITON SAINTS 2 After a disappointing first match the Heavies tried to pick up their game but Crediton but pressure on them from the off Jack Kennedy and Jack Hector worked tirelessly in midfield but lacked the back up they normally get Strong performances at the back by Luke Matthews and Kathryn Brown thwarted most of the attacks but the Saints scored after a good passing move Alfie Young made a great save to keep AC in the match and the first half ended 0 1 AC with stood more pressure from the Saints AC finally managed to counter attack and forced the ball just over the line to the dismay of the Saints keeper who was lying in the goal Crediton fired up by this went straight up the other end and scored a good goal to take the lead again The rest of the match was evenly contested Jack Hector very nearly getting another equaliser when a great strike hit the post Crediton continued to press forward and AC defended well till the final whistle The Saints edged it and won an entertaining match AC MOTM Jack Hector and Alfie Young Stoke Hill Rangers Matchday Report Stoke Hill Rangers v Hemyock 4 1 Rangers started this game full of pace and didn t take long to get their first corner Timon Brown whipped in a low cross which was turned in at the near post by Rueben Alabaidi Rangers second came about 2 minutes later when after some good movement in the centre of the field the ball was played out to Luke Dunstan on the right who turned the defender to slam home It was only after the second that hemyock put up some resistance and their hard work paid off with what turned out to be their only goal of the game after the break Rangers continued where they left off in the first and with their accurate passing and movement off the ball there was only going to be one winner in this match Rangers third came from a super strike from Timon Brown from about 25yds that always had the goal keeper beaten Luke Dunstan then went on to notch up his second and Rangers fourth Man of the Match Rueben Alabaidi Stoke Hill Rangers U10 s 0 4 Westhill From the off both sides were battling hard and it was only through some outstanding goalkeeping by Joseph Ware in the Rangers net that kept the score at 0 0 at half time Rangers never really semd up for this game though and that was finally punished with a rather fortuitous goal for Westhill early in the second half with a cross into the box which somehow found itself going in at the top far corner From this point on Rangers weren t in the game and were finally run out of it at 0 4 Man of the Match Joseph Ware for top quality goalkeeping CW Dynamoes Matchday Report Honiton 1 Countess Wear Dynamoes 6 The Dynamoes started well with some lovely passing and movement from all the team This was a much improved proformence and all the boys worked hard to get this win in the freezing conditions George Coombes bossed the midfield and Jake Charlton was outstanding on the wing Dan Cunningham and Liam England were solid in defence Liam Western made some good saves Jake Charlton got a Hat trick with Reece Saunders Lee Bent and George Coombes all scoring one All the boys played well but the man of the match were George Coombes and Jake Charlton Culm Utd 1 Countess Wear Dynamoes 2 The Dynamoes started quickly with some good one touch football which George Coombes finished with a great goal All the team contiued to play some good football but were kept out by some good goalkeeping Liam Western made some brave saves to keep Culm from scoring Lee Bent scored a excellant team goal atfer some good passing Man of the match were Liam Western and Dan Cunningham who had a great game Stoke Hill Rangers Matchday Report Stoke Hill Rangers U10 s v Twyford rangers 7 0 From the off Stoke Hill were on their game constantly putting in attack after attack on the Twyford goal but surprisingly went into the break only one goal to the good which came from some excellent movement in midfield and final pass from Jordan Sandford before Luke Dunstan slotted home The second half continued much the same as the first only this time some good movement down the left by Timon Brown saw Luke Dunstan hit his second of the day with their tails lifted they soon got into a fine vein of scoring Again after some slick passing across the field the seasons leading goal scorer Jordan Sandford hit the first of an accomplished hat trick this was soon followed by substitute Rueben Alabaidi making it 4 0 after a super solo effort saw him run from just inside the opponents half past 3 Twyford players and slot the ball into the net Timon Brown was again involved in starting the move that saw Luke Dunstan round off his day with his own hat trick in the game Jordan Sandford then finished the game off with the second and third of his hat trick All credit to Twyford though not once did they drop their heads and played the gameout to the end a credit to their Manager and club Man of The Match Timon Brown Stoke Hill Rangers U10 s v Twyford Celtic 2 6 As so often happens with Stoke Hill they didn t start this game in the same frenzy as the first although in their defence a dubious first goal did it cross the line didn t it I ll back the need for goal line cameras haha seemed to throw them off their stride In a first half that finished 1 4 with the only goal coming from left back Regan Gent which was the only bright light from some slack marking by the Stoke Hill boys Second half went a bit better for the home side with some better play and more chances that were not converted and unfortunately they once again payed for not taking their chances when they came The down side to this half was it saw both Timon Brown and leading marksman Jordan Sandford both substituted for picking up groin strains This meant a re shuffle with Regan gent moving to left back and Aiden King being pushed up front Twyford increased thier lead to 6 1 before stand in Striker grabbed his first goal for the club with some nifty footwork in the box and finally slotting past a stranded Twyford Keeper Man of The Match Aiden King for some solid defending and slick feet to score Stoke Hill Celtic Matchday Report Stoke Hill Celtic 3 v Twyford Celtic 2 Stoke Hill Celtic almost took the lead when a Joe Balkwill header came back off the crossbar Moments later Ethan Ampadu played Ollie Evans through his lob was again turned onto the crossbar by the Twyford keeper Twyford took the lead with a superb dipping shot from the left wing and they nearly doubled their lead but for a brave save from Stoke Hill keeper John Morgan Ross Ethan Ampadu equalised for Stoke Hill just before half time Twyford took the lead again in the second half with an excellent headed goal Ollie Evans equalised from the penalty spot Harry Pollard then secured the win for Stoke Hill Celtic with a late goal Stoke Hill Celtic 2 v Twyford Rangers 0 Tom Cox hit a long range shot into the top corner to give Stoke Hill Celtic the lead Dan Hodges doubled the lead with a rising shot into the roof of the net from a difficult angle The star of the show for the remainder of the game was the Twyford Rangers keeper Kye Vellocott who made a series of outstanding saves to keep the score 2 0 Full credit to the Twyford Rangers players who have had a challenging season but played with great spirit skill determination to ensure a closely fought game AC Heavitree Matchday Report AC HEAVITREE 0 2 WESTHILL WASPS An early move by AC up the right wing put a good cross in to Jack Kennedy but he shot left of the goal West Hill were quick to counter with a long ball up between the two AC defenders The big West Hill striker powered away to put himself one on one with Jasper Freestone GK and shot low into the net 1 0 to West Hill The game continued with end to end action and Heavitree made a come back but no damage was done to the Westhill defence Then West Hill pressure led to a throw in on the right hand side This led to a quick sequence of passes between West Hill players setting up a long shot and Freestone was beaten again After that AC got themselves back into the game with plenty of skill from both teams There was some skillful play in defence between Alex Green and Luke Matthews to control the ball under constant harrasment from West Hill Similarly the AC midfield and attack linked well but any real opportunities were quickly broken down by West Hill The

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