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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Under 10's - (West)

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    match was not chosen both Ben Hall and William Moulton were chosen as man of the match across both games Heavitree Tornadoes Matchday Report Walter Daw Raiders 3 3 Heavitree Tornadoes The game started with Walter Daw on the attack They crossed from the left and the Tornadoes managed to clear the ball but only to a Walter Daw player standing on the edge of the box who rifled the ball into the back of the net However the Tornadoes had an immediate reply Straight from the kick off the ball was laid to Tom Preece who lobbed the keeper form inside his own half to make it 1 1 all The game was very even after that with both teams playing well George Manning Matt Sewter and Tom Preece were combining well in the Tornadoes midfield but couldn t get the breakthrough The Tornadoes then had to defend and George Manning made several good defensive headers from Walter Daw crosses Leon Dunphy and Archie Tamblyn were kept busy in defence as the Walter Daw No 10 was causing trouble down the left hand side Matt Sewter then made a great run down the right hand side riding two big tackles to win a corner George took the corner which Tom Preece then decisively headed home to give the Tornadoes a 2 1 lead at half time The second half was another end to end affair with both teams playing well Walter Daw had an early shot which James Marriott tipped over the bar Then Dominic Stewart found Matt Sewter whose shot was deflected for a corner James Marriott then had to make another good save to keep the score at 2 1 Tom Preece and Dominic Stewart both had chances to increase the lead but the Walter Daw keeper made some good saves Walter Daw then had a corner after James Marriott had pushed the ball away after a goal mouth scramble The resulting corner was deflected into the goal to make it 2 2 Then George Manning was unlucky not to restore the lead with a shot that hit the post and one which went just inches wide Then on a counter attack the Walter Daw No 7 was clean through and gave them the lead in the last few minutes However the Tornadoes did not give up and were rewarded with another goal from Tom Preece rounding off his hattrick and making the final score 3 3 A great game of football played by both teams Well done CW Dynamoes 0 4 Heavitree Tornadoes The second game started evenly with both teams have a good amount of possession CW were first to shoot and Tom Preece now playing in goal made a good save James Marriott made a good run down the right hand side but couldn t get his shot off and forced a corner Tom Preece easily dealt with more CW long range shots Then Tom Dunkley was put through 1 on 1 with the keeper but the keeper made a good save to keep it at 0 0 Kaveh Bahrami and Leon Dunphy were working well together in defence to keep CW at bay Finally a pass found George Manning who then made a great solo run and shot using his right foot into the bottom corner to make the score 1 0 at half time The second half started well for the Tornadoes Matt Sewter made a good tackle in the midfield found Tom Dunkley who fired the ball into the top right corner to make it 2 0 Tom Preece now out of goal followed this with a fine shot that hit the post More great battling from Matt Sewter won him the ball and he ran on to shoot which was saved by the keeper only for the rebound to be tucked away by Tom Dunkley to make it 3 0 Another great run from Matt Sewter nearly ended in another goal but the CW keeper made a good save However CW came back into the game and only some good defending by Kavah BAhrami and Archie Tamblyn stopped them scoring Tom Preece rounded off a great morning with a fine solo effort beating 2 players and scoring in the bottom left hand corner to make it 4 0 However CW did not give up and had a spell of pressure forcing James Marriott to make several good saves and keeping a clean sheet The final score was 4 0 to the Tornadoes Man of the Match Star Player Tom Preece Squad James Marriott Kaveh Bahrami Leon Dunphy Archie Tamblyn Tom Dunkley Tom Preece George Manning Matt Sewter Dominic Stewart Goalscorers George Manning 1 TomPreece 4 Tom Dunkley 2 Heavitree Tornadoes Matchday Report Heavitree Tornadoes 4 1 Newton Knights The Tornadoes started the game well and Dominic Stewart had an early chance to open the scoring but was denied by the keeper Then a good throw in from Ben Crowley found George Manning who slotted the ball to Dominic Stewart who was again stopped by a great save from the Newton keeper George Manning was in the thick of the action and a good pass found Tom Dunkley who shot was saved by the keeper however George was on hand to rifle the rebound into the back of the net Archie Tamblyn was having a fine game in defence making several important tackles and clearances Matt Sewter and George Manning were working well in the midfield passing the ball with confidence Finally Dominic Stewart got his goal after a good pass from George Manning found him alone in the Newton area and he slotted the ball home However Newton did not give up and got a goal back after a goal mouth scramble James Marriott who was having a quiet game was called into action and made two good saves to make sure the score stayed 2 1 at half time Daniel Blunden and Tom Preece entered the game at half time and Tom made an immediate impact with a great shot going just over the bar Archie and Ben stayed solid at the back giving the Newton attackers no chance to score Again the Newton keeper was kept busy and he made several fine saves from George Tom Dunkley and Tom Preece Eventually the Tornadoes broke through and a lovely cross from Tom Preece found George Manning who headed past the keeper to make it 3 1 Newton did not give up and had a spell of pressure and James Marriott made a good save to stop Newton coming back into the game Then came the most spectacular shot of the game George Manning took a corner and Tom Preece attempted an overhead kick which went just wide of the Newton goal Tom Dunkley then finished the game off with a fourth goal from close range The final score was 4 1 Tornadoes Heavitree Tornadoes 4 3 Okehampton Argyle Dominic Stewart started the second game the way he started the first with a great shot but this time he found the net to give the Tornadoes a 1 0 lead in the first minute However Argyle came straight back on the attack and were awarded a free kick just outside the Tornadoes area The kick went flying into the bottom right hand corner making it 1 1 The midfield were working hard and George Manning and Matt Sewter were winning the ball well and passing it to good effect Tom Preece s long throws were making life difficult for the Argyle defence and Dominic Stewart latched onto one of these to make it 2 1 to the Tornadoes Argyle kept pressing for an equaliser and only some good defending from Ben Crowley and Tom Dunkley stopped any serious shot at goal When a shot did come James Marriott was equal to the task and made a good save The second half started with an Argyle goal making the score 2 2 This woke up the Tornadoes and they started to press forward A corner kick from Tom Preece was headed home by Dominic Stewart to give him his hat trick Argyle kept pressing forward but solid defending by Tom Dunkley and Archie Tamblyn ensured they did not equalise The Tornadoes gained another corner and again Tom Preece delivered a great ball which Dominic Stewart converted to make it four goals in a game Tom Preece had several good chances but just couldn t find the back of the net In the dying seconds of the game Argyle scored a third goal to make the final minute a little tense but the Tornadoes held out for a well deserved 4 3 victory Well done to all the boys It was a great team performance Man of the Match Star Player George Manning Squad James Marriott Tom Dunkley Dominic Stewart Ben Crowley Daniel Blunden Archie Tamblyn Matt Sewter George Manning Tom Preece Heavitree Typhoons Matchday Report Cup Match Newton Knights 3 v 3 Heavitree Typhoons 2 4 Pens They Typhoons made a slow start in this game conceding a goal in the opening minutes Frank Delmege and Sam Ord battled in defence and despite attempts at goal from Daniel Hill Thomas Luck and Jacob Lee together with an amazing attempt from the halfway line from Joe Frank that Newton s keeper did well to save none found the net A remarkable save from Ben Hall in the closing minutes of the first half prevented Newton from increasing their lead The Typhoons battled on making great challenges and displaying fine teamwork and passing but conceded another goal William Moulton strong in defence blocked a successive attack on goal Ben Davies also worked hard in this game running tirelessly The Typhoons kept their spirit and went straight on the counter attack and Thomas Luck s strike from Jamal Bokhammas s cross just skimmed the crossbar Heavitree kept up the pressure with an attempt from Jacob Lee that hit the post but Jamal Bokhammas followed through and scored Newton stayed in the game and tried again to counter attack but William Moulton once again prevented them from scoring Attempts by the Typhoons followed from Jamal Bokhammas Sam Ord and William Moulton but it was Jacob Lee that equalised forcing extra time Heavitree started extra time strongly and Sam Ord fired in a shot to put them ahead William Moulton blocked an attempt from Newton quickly followed by another fantastic save from Ben Hall Newton however stayed in the game and equalised resulting in penalties to decide the match Penalties were taken by Jacob Lee Sam Ord Jamal Bokhammas and Ben Davies all scored Ben Hall was confident in goal sealing the Typhoons win Man of the Match As all players had a great game and showed great character and teamwork no individual was chosen for this game A fantastic morning of football and a very exciting game in which both teams played well Heavitree Typhoons Matchday Report Saturday 5th November 2011 Heavitree Typhoons 3 v 0 Teign Valley Blues Teign Valley went on the attack at the beginning in this game but Frank Delmege s confident clearance in right back ensured that there was no danger of a goal Ben Davies played brilliantly in midfield and was all over the pitch running tirelessly Jamal Bokhammas standing in in goal made a great save to ensure Teign Valley did not go ahead The Typhoons continued passing and displayed terrific team work resulting in an attempt on goal by Jacob Lee being followed up and netted by Daniel Hill Teign Valley went on the counter attack but great play from Sam Ord and solid defending by Frank Delmege and Joe Frank prevented an equaliser Daniel Hill fired another home to make it a double before the half time whistle The second half began with an attempt on on goal from Sam Ord but when cleared Teign Valley immediately went on the counter attack one of many great challenges from William Moulton ensured they did not get the ball into their goal area After some first rate midfield play Jamal Bokhammas now outfield blasted a goal in from the half way line Thomas Luck was in fine form and the Typhoons displayed some great football in this game and kept the pressure on resulting in attempts from Joe Frank and Thomas Luck Sam Ord had a great run after tirelessly defending and made more than one important tackle The Typhoons were awarded a free kick but Jacob Lee s attempt was cleared An amazing save from Ben Davies right before the final whistle ensured the Typhoons kept a clean sheet Heavitree Typhoons 2 v 1 Teign Valley Reds This game was evenly matched from the outset with some tough challenges in midfield Solid defending and some timely interceptions from Joe Frank helped prevent Teign Valley going ahead There were great build up passes from Thomas Luck and William Moulton which Jamal Bokhammas prodded home from 6 yards A fantastic save by Sam Ord from point blank range prevented Teign Valley from equalising In the second half Daniel Hill and Jacob Lee came on for Frank Delmege and Ben Davies Teign Valley defended well to deny Daniel Hill who went close again shortly after Tenacious tackling from Joe Frank at the back kept Teign Valley at bay Superb passing between Jamal Bokhammas and Sam Ord midfield resulted in Sam Ord executing a precision pass to Jacob Lee who finished right from the edge of the area to increase the lead to 2 0 Shortly before the final whistle the Typhoons conceded a penalty which despite Thomas Luck s best efforts Teign Valley netted and pulled the score back to 2 1 More pressure from the Typhoons followed and there was some robust tackling from Teign Valley but Heavitree kept control and their advantage Man of the Match Thomas Luck Heavitree Tornadoes Matchday Report Heavitree Tornadoes 3 1 Teign Valley Reds The Tornadoes started the game in explosive fashion and created a chance from the kick off Matt Sewter made a great pass to George Manning who fired the ball home to make it 1 0 Soon after a freekick was awarded to the Tornadoes Again George Manning stepped up took the kick which flew into the bottom right hand corner making it 2 0 The Tornadoes kept up the pressure and George Manning had another shot which the keeper saved only for Daniel Blunden to pounce on the rebound and score the Tornadoes third goal Finally Teign Valley found their momentum and Kaveh Bahrami and Leon Dunphy had to alert at the back to block several attacks Teign Valley were then awarded a corner and from the resulting kick the ball was scrambled into the net making it 3 1 As the half came to a close Teign Valley had several chances which were saved by the Tornadoes keeper James Marriott The second half started with Ben Crowley in goal for the Tornadoes The Tornadoes came close to scoring again with shots from George Manning and Tom Preece being saved by the Reds keeper Ben was then called into action and made several fine saves to deny Teign Valley from closing the gap The Reds continued to have more of the play and only Ben Crowley s keeping kept them at bay Tom Preece had another chance to extend the lead but could find the back of the net The final score was 3 1 to the Tornadoes Heavitree Tornadoes 3 2 Teign Valley Blues The Tornadoes started the second game with lots of pressure on the Blues goal Tom Dunkley and Matt Sewter both came close to scoring but the Blues keeper kept them out The Blues then broke away and scored 1 0 Teign Valley Tom Preece had an opportunity to equalise but the keeper made another good save The Blues then came on the attack again and their number 5 rifled home a great shot to make it 2 0 The Tornadoes did not let their heads drop and were rewarded with a goal just before half time George Manning s pass found Tom Dunkley who then slid the ball to Tom Preece who shot low into the bottom left hand corner At half time it was 2 1 to Teign Valley Teign Valley started the second half well and only some great defending from Archie Tamblyn and Ben Crowley kept them at bay The Tornadoes broke away with George Manning whose shot was saved by the keeper but Dominic Stewart was on hand to convert the rebound Both teams then had several chance to go ahead but good defending from both teams kept the score at 2 2 Tom Preece Matt Sewter and George Manning all had chances and Ben Crowley at the back made several important tackles Towards the end of the game the Tornadoes had a corner which drifted over the back post and Dominic Stewart managed to head it towards goal it hit the keeper and bounced just over the line The final score was 3 2 to the Tornadoes Man of the Match Ben Crowley Heavitree Typhoons Matchday Report Saturday 15th October 2011 St Martins Falcons 3 v 2 Heavitree Typhoons Play began with immediate pressure from Heavitree with impressive passing and teamwork Daniel Hill made a great attempt from Jamal Bokhammas s cross but the shot went just wide The Falcons went on the counter attack resulting in an excellent save from Ben Hall Despite some fine tackling from Ben Davies and and cracking defensive work from Frank Delmege the Typhoons went 1 0 down and this quickly became 2 0 Fantastic clearance from Ben Davies on more than one occasion kept the Falcons at bay The Typhoons kept their heads up and a great cross from Jacob Lee found Sam Ord but his strike skimmed the post Sam Ord picked up the ball again and had a good run

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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Under 9's

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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Under 9's League Cup
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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Sponsored by Function28
    Under 9 s Plate Competition 2014 15 Sunday 1st February 10AM KO Speeds Meadow Cullompton Under 9 s Plate Competition Plate Competition Results 2014 15 teams Group 1 Group 2 Brixington Utd Cullompton Rangers Newton Knights Pinhoe Spartans Stoke Hill Apaches No Show Bradninch No Show Twyford Spartans Ottery St Mary Seaton West Hill Wasps Moors Colyton Chiefs St Martins Dawlish Cheetahs No Show Pink Panthers Brixington Blues Pitch 1 Group 2 KICK Offs Pitch 2 Group 1 West Hill Wasps v Dawlish Cheetahs 10 00 AM 10 08 AM Twyford Spartans v St Martins Brixington Blues v Ottery St Mary 10 08 AM 10 16 AM Stoke Hill Apaches v Moors Cullompton Rangers v Bradninch 10 16 AM 10 24 AM Brixington Utd v Seaton Pinhoe Spartans v Colyton Chiefs 10 24 AM 10 32 AM Pink Panthers v Newton Knights Brixington Blues v Dawlish Cheetahs 10 32 AM 10 40 AM Stoke Hill Apaches v St Martins Cullompton Rangers v West Hill Wasps 10 40 AM 10 48 AM Brixington Utd v Twyford Spartans Pinhoe Spartans v Ottery St Mary 10 48 AM 10 56 AM Pink Panthers v Moors Colyton Chiefs v Bradninch 10 56 AM 11 04 AM Newton Knights v Seaton Cullompton Rangers v Dawlish Cheetahs 11 04 AM 11 12 AM Brixington Utd v St Martins Pinhoe Spartans v Brixington Blues 11 12 AM 11 20 AM Pink Panthers v Stoke Hill Apaches Colyton Chiefs v West Hill Wasps 11 20 AM 11 28 AM Newton Knights v Twyford Spartans Bradninch v Ottery St Mary 11 28 AM 11 36 AM Seaton v Moors Pinhoe Spartans v Dawlish Cheetahs 11 36 AM 11 44 AM Pink Panthers v St Martins Colyton Chiefs v Cullompton Rangers 11 44 AM 11 52 AM Newton Knights v Brixington Utd Bradninch v Brixington Blues 11 52 AM 12 00 AM Seaton v Stoke Hill Apaches Ottery St Mary v West Hill Wasps 12 00 AM 12 08 AM Moors v Twyford Spartans Colyton Chiefs v Dawlish Cheetahs 12 08 AM 12 16 AM Newton Knights v St Martins Bradninch v Pinhoe Spartans 12 16 AM 12 24 AM Seaton v Pink Panthers Ottery St Mary v Cullompton Rangers 12 24 AM 12 32 AM Moors v Brixington Utd West Hill Wasps v Brixington Blues 12 32 AM 12 40 AM Twyford Spartans v Stoke Hill Apaches Bradninch v Dawlish Cheetahs 12 40 AM 12 48 AM Seaton v St Martins Ottery St Mary v Colyton Chiefs 12 48 AM 12 56 AM Moors v Newton Knights West Hill Wasps v Pinhoe Spartans 12 56 AM 1 04 PM Twyford Spartans v Pink Panthers Brixington Blues v Cullompton Rangers 1 04 PM 1 12 PM Stoke Hill Apaches v Brixington Utd Ottery St Mary v Dawlish Cheetahs 1 12 PM 1 20 PM Moors v St Martins West Hill Wasps v Bradninch 1 20 PM 1 28 PM Twyford Spartans v Seaton Brixington Blues v Colyton Chiefs 1 28

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  • Exeter and District Youth Football League - Sponsored by Function28
    Moors got back on level terms With half time looming Harrison Ewart had a great freekick pushed on to the crossbar by the keeper with Mustapha Salem on hand to tap in the rebound Two quick goals from Henry Atkins put Rangers 4 1 up at half time In an evenly fought second half both defences were on top Then with the move of the match seeing some great passing resulted in Jacob Brooking scoring the goal of the game Man of the Match Henry Atkins Honiton Matchday Report Honiton u9s v Twyford Madrid 0 9 and Barca 1 0 Captained by Danny Ruel who gave another fine performance Honiton u9 s beat Barca 1 0 thanks to the persistence of the team hammering away at a very resolute Barca defence and eventually scored late on thanks to a good strike from Kelsey Pulman Jake Matthews gave an eccentric performance in goal as the team kept a clean sheet Ben Moulton and Dylan Nicholas were ever reliable and man of the match goes to Rowan Westall for his persistent hard work to the end Earlier in the day Madrid demonstrated a classy performance of passing and positional play to win 9 0 Despite the score Luke Ward made many good saves However the plight of Honiton was not helped by having to wait almost an hour to start due to late opposition players The team of the day were Luke Barber Owen Barribal Lewis Blackwell Owen Fisher Wesley Hawkes Jake Matthews Ben Moulton Dylan Nicholas Joel Trim Kelsey Pulman Danny Ruel Luke Ward and Rowan Westall Westexe Exiles Matchday Report West Exe Exiles 2 Moors Youth 2 Although West Exe started this game brightly it was Moors who took the lead when Tyler Hawkins corner went straight in Moors doubled their lead against the run of play when Hawkins scored again from long range West Exe finally scored via a Aiden Partridge diving header from a Tom Purrington corner and in the last minute Purrington collected Luke Herbert s pass and hit a left foot shot into the bottom corner West Exiles 3 Culm 2 West Exe got off to a flying start against Culm and took the lead when Aiden Partridge scored with a beautiful left foot shot However Culm responded with a couple of quick goals and went into half time 2 1 up After the break Culm almost extended their lead but Kain Brown pulled off a brilliant save West Exe levelled through another Partridge long range shot and Tom Purrington sealed the win with a fine solo run and finish with only a few minutes left to play Whipton Youth Matchday Reports Whipton youth 2 0 Brixington blues Whipton youth 2 6 Exmouth amateurs Both games great to watch some great goalkeeping and some excellent skills used during play unfortunatly in the second game against a good Exmouth side a 6 2 final score was not a true refection of how all the boys played throughout the matches a flattering scoreline for the Exmouth side in the last 5 minutes of the game well done to all the boys Man of the match Beckham Pyatt for his brilliant skill on the ball and some excellent passing in the first game Alphas Matchday Report PINHOE SHARKS 0 V ALPHINGTON LIONS 3 Alphington took an early lead in this match after both teams were involved with some great defending Sam Probert netted twice for the Lions one goal being a great solo effort topped off with a superb finish Alex Owens netted again with his killer left foot and Tom Prout finished off the scoring to give Alphington what turned out to be our first comfortable win Ruan Ellis played a great mid field role and set up a couple of the Lions goals with some great through balls to the forwards Well done to Pinhoe as they kept going to the end and were only kept out by some great shot stopping from Elliot Thomas BEACON KNIGHTS 3 V ALPHINGTON LIONS 3 This was a very well balanced game that either team could have won The Knights took an early lead which took Alphington by surprise We soon levelled with Tom Prout netting his 2nd goal of the morning Falling behind again only seemed to spur the Lions on and we soon equalised Ben Shear defended well for the Alphas and the whole team deserve a special mention as we yet again fell a goal behind but as in other weeks we did not give up and Sam Probert scored the equaliser after some great work by Harry Wellaway Well done both teams a fair result Stoke Hill Juniors Matchday Report SIDMOUTH RAIDERS 4 v 5 STOKE HILL JUNIORS A very close game decided by 1 goal with some good football played by both sides in wet and slippery conditions virtually from the first attack Sidmouth Raiders took an early lead cutting open the stoke Hill defence and scoring from close range Keen to fight back from the kick off Captain Ethan Flanagan dribbled past two players and passed it left to Harry Baty who coolly passed it back to Ethan who hit a low right foot shot to equal the score Stoke Hill were starting to find their rhythm but were under some pressure from a good passing Sidmouth side who counter attacked with speed one such attack was cut out well by Tris Howe who was able to free Connor McAndrews on the right who skipped passed one player and put in a good cross for Jamie Green to turn with his back to goal and shoot to make it 2 1 Raiders though refused to lie down and again some good work on the right resulted in consecutive corners the second one was not cleared and an equalizing goal was scored from close range Sidmouth were soon on the offensive again but some great work by Sam Crees allowed him to pass a player and release Ethan Flanagan who calmly side tracked one player nutmeg a second and laid a pass through for Jamie Green to hit a ferocious right foot shot and make it 3 2 Raiders quick attacking play resulted in a foul on the left hand side committed the resultant kick was then brilliantly saved by Harry Taylor who pushed it past the post the subsequent corner was again well executed into the danger area and Sidmouth pounced again from close range to make it 3 3 Then for me the pivotal moment of the game a Raiders attack was cut out by Tris Howe who looked up and passed it wide to Connor McAndrews with pace Connor ran down the right wing past two opposition players and then looking up he hit a ferocious right foot shot from 15 yards which just flew into the Stoke Hill Goal a great goal from the best move of the match The goal seemed to inspire Stoke Hill and with renewed confidence a clearance from goalie Harry Taylor found Harry Baty on the left hand side who passed to Ethan Flanagan who brushed past two players to shoot low and hard to make it 5 3 The Raiders refused to give up and again cut open the Stoke Hill defence to make it 4 5 at which point Stoke Hill were thankfully happy to hear the referees whistle and secure a good victory in a well contested match SIDMOUTH WARRIORS 2 v 1 STOKE HILL JUNIORS For the first 10 minutes Stoke Hill totally controlled this game with some good passing moves but were stopped from scoring by some good Sidmouth defensive work and one great individual effort from Ethan Flanagan just going left of the goal with a left foot shot Connor Hepburn in goal for Stoke Hill looked confident saving well to his right from a long shot getting his body behind the ball and he was working the ball well left and right to allow Tris Howe and Sam Crees to start attacking moves down the flanks Warriors were a good passing side and gradually opened us up a subsequent corner was not cleared allowing a Sidmouth shot this looked like it was well saved on the line by Connor Hepburn with what looked like both hands on the ball but the ball was forced over the line Stoke Hill continued to play some good football with Harry Taylor in his normal left midfield role taking on two players and put a lovely cross in for Jamie Green who shot just wide 0 1 at half time The second half started with renewed enthusiasm from Stoke Hill and a pass from Sam Crees found Connor McAndrews on the right wing who was able to intelligently feed a ball to Ethan Flanagan neatly inside who took his opportunity to approach the Sidmouth box and hit a lovely right foot shot into the back of the net 1 1 The game was evenly poised with both sides attacking well and using the width of the pitch a subsequent Sidmuth attack resulted in a corner which with poor marking was pounced on by a Sidmouth attacker to make it 2 1 With time running out Stoke Hill forced three consecutive corners but with some lovely balls floated into the box by Connor McAndrews and two crosses from Jamie Green we were unable to equalize In fact a final attack down the left by Sidmouth was nearly scored when from close range a shot was put over the bar after some brave closing down by Stoke Hill keeper Connor Hepburn A close game which Warriors just edged with chances put away Under 9 s League Cup Round 1 Moors Youth 2 2 3 4 Pens Alphington Lions What a great game of football to be involved in We new we were in for a good match as we drew 2 2 with moors the previous week in the league the lions took an early lead through a cooly taken goal from tom prout both keepers made some superb saves alphington looked to be heading into the next round with only a minute left when moors levelled with another great finish that elliot in the alphas goal could do nothing to stop extra time beckoned Both teams came close to breaking the deadlock one minute remaining and moors stole the lead it looked like we were heading for an early exit the lions battled well and never gave up and with what must have been the last kick of the game alex owens smashed in a low left footed pile driver 2 2 next up penalties We won the shoot out 4 3 but i would like to say how well the moors players and managers took defeat what a horrible way to lose a special mention to elliot thomas who volunteered to go in goal today and played an absolute blinder well done elliot well done both teams and thanks to moors manager matt for making the game a pleasure to be involved in Under 9 s League Cup Round 1 Sidmouth Warriors 5 1 Honiton Honiton u9s exited the cup 1 5 at Sidmouth Warriors Captain Dylan Nicholas was Honiton s man of the match performing heroically at times to make many interceptions and prevent further goals Jake Matthews scored Honiton s only goal with a long range shot Danny Ruel delivered another fine performance in defence whilst Kelsey Pulman and Rowan Westall both put in solid displays None of the players could be faulted for their effort but came up against a good passing side that took control of the match once taking the lead Honiton u9s would like to thank Sidmouth for being very welcoming and sporting throughout The team for the day were Luke Ward Owen Fisher Joel Trim Jake Matthews Rowan Westall Dylan Nicholas Lewis Blackwell Kelsey Pulman and Danny Ruel Under 9 s League Cup Round 1 TIVVY WHITES 4 V 1 WEST HILL Tivvy lads were excited to be in their first ever league cup competition and were raring to get going Although they didn t start as well as they know they can play they soon got their stride and pressured the opposition goal West hill defended well forcing several corners for tivvy The enevitable eventually came when a good save from the keeper left the ball free in the box where Harry Butler was first to react to calmly side foot home to take the lead The lads upped their game with some nice passing play the best being when Harry Butler s long cross found Joe Greenslade who hit a right foot volley first time only to strike the bar Lloyd White reacted well with a header but that also hit the bar and bounced down on the line before being cleared Tivvy got their second though soon after when a long range effort from Lucas White deflected over the stranded keeper and dipped under the bar Although the game looked to be heading in one direction west hill did cause problems for tivvy when they broke forcing tivvy keeper Isaac Dawdry to make two very good saves to keep tivvy 2 0 up at the half time whistle The second half was well contested with tivvy coming out on top A few early efforts whistled wide before Joe Greenslade s powerful low drive found the back of the net Lloyd White had a one on one with the keeper saved but got his goal when he turned well from a good Harry Stoneman throw and hit it on the volley low in the bottom corner to make it 4 0 Reuben Buss Freddie Parker and Harry Stoneman worked hard in the second half to keep west hill at bay Isaac Dawdry still had to make a number of saves though in this half and came off his line well to sweep up loose balls and showed good kicking to earn himself man of the match West hill got a good consolation goal before the final whistle with a cracking free kick Another good game with the lads playing well to get into the second round of the cup Under 9 s League Cup Round 1 TIVVY YELLOWS 5 V 0 CENTRAL UNITED The Tivvy yellows fielded a side missing the usual defensive pairing of James Hamlin and Reis Pektemiz Jay Woodward stepped into the defensive role and Haden Flaws on the right side of midfield The yellows were trying out a new formation and took a little while to find their rhythm Halfway through the first half the passing game started to come together and a good break resulted in a tidy finish from Luke Skampton to open the scoring A few minutes later some great interplay down the Tivvy left saw Brad Messenger finish into an open goal to put the yellows two nil up at half time Following the interval the yellows played their characteristic passing football and kept the ball well The yellows were now starting to create chances and it was only a matter of time before the goals came On the occasions when Central Utd broke Jay Woodward tidied up at the back and played good balls into the midfield to build the play once again Brad Messenger and Michael Owen gelled as a central midfield partnership communicating breaking up the Central Utd play and covering each other well Haden Flaws played an excellent debut working hard on the right by winning the ball and feeding it through to Luke Skampton On two or three occasions Haden Flaws was unlucky not to score on his debut as his shots were blocked by the United defence Bailey Cole kept his concentration and made two or three excellent saves to thwart the United attack The goals finally came through Luke Scampton and Brad Messenger who added two more to finish with a hat trick As well as a rare headed goal Brad Messenger had a contender for miss of the season when he side footed wide of an open goal from about 3 meters out Man of the Match went to Jay Woodward who put in a solid defensive performance playing on his own at the back Westexe Rangers Matchday Report 10 10 2009 St Martins 1 Westexe Rangers 7 Westexe took an early lead with Mustaffa Salem scoring this was as the result of an excellent set of passes from the team Rhys Whitehart put Westexe 2 0 up with a terrific shot followed by St Martins pulling back a goal Westexe regained their 2 goal lead with Max Squires making it 3 1 In the second half more good passing saw Mustaffa Salem take his brace then quickly after Nathan Smith was on hand to take the score to 5 1 More attacking play saw Harry Endicott take the next goal with finally Rhys Whitehart completing his brace Man of the Match The Team Dawlish 3 Westexe Rangers 5 In an entertaining game Dawlish opened the scoring with an equiliser followed from Rhys Whitehart Mustaffa Salem then put Westexe in front although Dawlish soon responded with an equiliser and were soon 3 2 in front Then with gritty determination from the team Harry Endicott equilised an soon after to complete his brace he put Westexe 4 3 up With the game going end to end Jacob Brooking saw a shot deflect off a Dawlish player to complete the score at 5 3 to Westexe This was an excellent game to watch and was enjoyed by two well attended sets of supporters Man of the Match Harry Endicott Under 9 s League Cup Round 1 Pinhoe Sharks 0 West Exe Exiles 9 Man of the match Luke Herbert scored five goals as West Exe beat Pinhoe Sharks in the first round of the cup West Exe started this game very brightly and played some lovely football throughout West Exe took an early lead when Luke Herbert scored from close range Herbert scored his second shortly after and Tom Purrington rounded the keeper to make it 3 0 In the second half Purrington s long range shot flew into the top corner and Herbert completed his hat trick with a cool finish Herbert then scored two more goals Purrington completed his hat trick and Aiden Partridge completed the scoring with a long range strike Under 9 s League Cup Round 1 Brixington Blues 1 v 4 Stoke Hill Juniors A well deserved away win for Stoke Hill in the first round of the Cup Playing without doubt their best football of the season so far they worked collectively as a team passed the ball brilliantly and used the flanks to telling effect Starting from the back Connor Hepburn in goal marshalled his defence well with good distribution allowing Sam Crees and Tris Howe to build from the back and start most of the attacking moves The revelation was from midfield upwards where from the off Ethan Flanagan played a skippers role opening the goal tally with a one two involving himself and Connor McAndrews and a superb low right foot shot into the left hand corner A second goal followed when Harry Taylor dribbled past two players on the left and fired a lovely cross into the Brixington Box which was well cleared allowing Connor McAndrews to shoot which was deflected in by Jamie Green for 2 0 Brixington fought back hard and with some good pressure before half time and a ball which was not cleared by Stoke Hill were able to get back in the game from close range with a good poachers goal The second half started with Stoke Hill keeping up the pressure and again a number of moves involved all of the team passing finding their team mates and using the two wingers with both Harry Taylor and Connor McAndrews putting in some telling crosses One of these attacks resulted in a corner which Connor McAndrews floated in from the left hand side for Ethan Flanagan to rise magnificently and head into the Brixington goal Finally to cap a great team performance Captain Ethan Flanagan was passed the ball after great holding play by Jamie Green he dribbled past one player and was then bought down in the box for a penalty From the spot kick Jamie Green hit hard and high into the top corner for 4 1 Without doubt the best we have played so far this season the boys are on their day a difficult team to play against Honiton Town match day report Honiton 3 2 Beacon and Honiton 1 2 Pinhoe Honiton got their first win of the season demonstrating an excellent team performance There were some good individual efforts from Danny Ruel and Luke Ward Captain Jake Matthews and Rowan Westall scored a goal a piece and Dylan Nicholas put two in the back of the net Man of the match goes to Wesley Hawkes Westexe Exiles Matchday Report Dawlish 0 West Exe Exiles 4 West Exe took a first half lead when Luke Herbert fired a low shot into the bottom corner West Exe increased their lead in the second half when Aiden Partridge s long range shot flew over the keepers head and into the back of the net The third goal came from a Luke Herbert cross which was laid off by Tom Purrington and Camrom Hance smashed home Aiden Partridge scored again shortly after when he beat a couple of Dawlish players and smashed the ball under the keeper A couple of good saves from West Exe keeper Kain Brown and good defending from Partridge Herbert and Tyler Griffin keep Dawlish at bay St Martins 0 West Exe Exiles 4 West Exe started this game brightly and took the lead when a superb Aiden Partridge free kick when in off the post Further second half goals followed when Tom Purrington cut in from the left and fired a low shot into the bottom corner Kai Parmenter then increased the lead when he was quickest to the ball from six yards out Kai Parmenter s volley was then tipped onto the bar and Callum Sibley was on hand to tap the ball into the net from close range Tiverton Town Whites Matchday Report TIVVY WHITES 14 V 0 TWYFORD BARCA Tivvy whites first opponents in this local derby were twyford barca who in recent weeks have failed to even get themselves on the scoresheet But tivvy still new they had a job to do and they approached the game like any other They got involved straight from the whistle and it wasn t long before they took the lead with a good low drive from Lucas White The rest of the first half was fairly scrappy with the tivvy lads not sticking to their passing game but they were rewarded with two more good strikes from Harry Butler and Lucas White to go into the break three nil up After a discussion at half time the lads went out and played the second half the way we all know they can moving the ball quickly and constantly looking for players in space This opened the game up and and the lads showed their finishing qualities bagging eleven more goals Lucas White scored another brace Harry Butler added four more to his first half strike and Lloyd White and Harry Stoneman both scored two each after having fantastic halves Joseph Greenslade worked hard and forced an own goal with a telling cross Reuben Buss and Freddie Parker both had good games and Isaac Dawdry playing in goal was somewhat bored but showed great ability to save barca s only real chance of the game A solid performance to lead the lads confident into their second game TIVVY WHITES 6 V 1 TWYFORD MADRID Tivvy whites have proven themselves in recent weeks as a top team in the exeter youth league but were dying to prove themselves against quality opposition and the idea of playing an unbeaten well organised twyford madrid team in a much anticipated derby excited the lads to the core Hearing that their fellow team mates tivvy yellows had just had a fantastic match up with madrid which ended 0 0 the whole team couldn t wait to get going As soon as the whistle went there was a stampede of white shirts trying to get an early lead knowing it would rattle the opponents Looking sharpest first was Lloyd White who shot wide hounded the defence with runs and eventually pulled a lovely pass square to his brother Lucas White who fired home Now with confidence in abundance tivvy pushed and soon after Harry Butler hit a sweet left foot shot tight in the bottom corner leaving the keeper with no chance And only minutes later it was that boy Harry Butler again who hit another stonkin left foot strike into the same corner to go three up Twyford responded well and started to show signs of breaking but were quite often denied by Harry Stoneman and Reuben Buss who were a solid partnership at the back Greenslade worked continuely all half and set a lovely pass late on for Lloyd White to finish with ease Tivvy were now flying at four nil but twyford were not to be outdone and got a goal before the break to set up a tense second half The second half was much the same with tivvy being the better of the two sides passing well and creating chances Isaac Dawdry was still forced to make saves and showed good kicking too Tivvy eventually put the game beyond reach when a corner fell to Harry Stoneman who fired in to make it five one Freddie Parker came on and slotted in defence well making good tackles Both teams still battled and worked hard all the way to the end where tivvy sealed a cracking result on the break when Joseph Greenslade made a great run pulled the ball back for Lucas White who slotted home Tivvy white s were awesome throughout and deserved their win well done lads Tiverton Yellows Matchday Report Tivvy Yellows 0 0 Twyford Madrid A Tivvy yellows side missing Jay and fielding a calpol d up Brad took the field against a typically strong Twyford A team Both teams started the game well playing some good flowing football Michael Owen controlled the middle of the park hassling the Twyford midfield the instant they picked up the ball Chances were few and far between but the Tivvy side had the better of them with the goalkeeper saving twice from Luke Scampton and once from a well controlled volley from Michael Owen The Tivvy defence was solid and restricted Twyford to just a couple of chances Bailey Cole was brave and determined in goal making a couple of good saves and taking a knock to the ribs for his trouble The second half produced much of the same with Twyford changing their formation to counteract the good work of Michael Owen in the middle Tivvy continued to play good passing football creating more chances Tivvy had the most of the play and kept the ball well restricting Twyford to playing the long hopeful ball out of defence which was dealt with by Reis Pektemiz James Hamlin and Bailey Cole Tivvy forced more good saves from the goalkeeper and hit the crossbar A great break through the Twyford defence saw Michael Owen s low shot blocked by an excellent last ditch slide from the Twyford defender In the last couple of minutes Twyford pressurised the Tivvy goal also hitting the woodwork but were frustrated by good saves from Bailey Cole and dogged defending Both teams left the field absolutely exhausted from a thoroughly entertaining game which kept the spectators biting their nails and was a credit to both sets of players Tivvy Yellows 14 0 Twyford Barca The Tivvy yellows team had a well earned break before taking the field to play the Twyford Barca team After the physical and mental exertion of the first game it took a while for the yellows to find their rhythm again Tivvy played in fits and spurts but were guilty in places of overplaying when a simple pass would have done The yellows managed to score four goals in the first half including two good strikes from Luke Scampton and a good individual effort from James Hamlin who carried the ball down the right without being challenged and finished well into the bottom corner Toby Hide scored the first of his six goals from what looked like an impossible angle down by the far corner flag Four nil up at half time the yellows knew that they were not playing well and came out after the break eager to up their game Straight from the off the yellows showed their class and demonstrated their passing skills and ball retention Throughout the second half the Twyford side hardly touched the ball with Tivvy closing down well taking the ball and then keeping it with maturity far beyond their years Tivvy created chance after chance with this simple direct football and scored a further ten goals Tivvy showed just how well they play as a team by having five different goal scorers on the score sheet at the end of the game All in all an excellent display from the Tivvy yellows They displayed determination skill maturity and a ruthless streak to come through the morning unbeaten scoring fourteen and without conceding a single goal Stoke Hill Juniors Matchday Report CENTRAL CITY 1 v 0 STOKE HILL JUNIORS A very close game on a massive pitch where a draw in my view would have been a fair result Connor Hepburn was superb in Goal and saved brilliantly 4 times from Central in this game he has now really grown into the role with good shot stopping and distribution This game rested on two key moments Firstly Sam Crees cleared well in defence to find Connor McAndrews on the right wing he skipped past two players and headed for the byline and put in a great right footed cross which was just missed by two Stoke Hill players and secondly late in the first half Harry Taylor found Ethan Flanagan in central midfield and a lovely through pass was made to Jamie Green upfront who ran for goal only to be stopped brilliantly by the Central Goalkeeper Both teams were playing some good football but were unable to open the stubborn defenses midway through the second half Stoke Hill gave a way a free kick which was initially cleared by Tris Howe only to find a Central player who calmly from 8 yards hit the top right hand corner In summary the boys worked very hard and just fell short CENTRAL UNITED 0 v 7 STOKE HILL JUNIORS An instant response and a pleasing result with the team playing at times some really good passing football to open up the United defence goals from Harry Taylor 2 both sweet left foot efforts after mazy runs down the left wing Jamie Green with his first hatrick of the season including a superb left foot strike poaching in the area Connor McAndrews 1 with a great right foot shot after some tireless work down the right had side and skipper Ethan Flanagan who worked hard today in central midfield checking back and moving forward to also score Both Cody Barnett and Harry Baty played well in left midfield and inside left positions and could have scored and the defence was secure with Connor Hepburn Sam Crees and Harry Taylor A good win Alphas Matchday Report Alphington Lions 0 V 0 Dawlish In a tough weekend for the 7 lions a positive display was shown against Dawlish solid defensively and potent in attack just unlucky in front of goal where numerous chances were repelled by the Dawlish keeper Great effort and enthusiasm were shown by all 7 players Alphington 1 V 10 St Martins A few quick goals for St Martin s deflated the lions however a brave fight back in the second half saw Sam Murphy grab a consolation goal Great efforts all round and good sportsmanship shown Seaton Town Matchday Report Tiverton Town Yellows 2 0 Seaton Town U9s The first game against Tiverton Yellows was very close with the scores 0 0 at half time but Seaton were having to defend very well Seaton did have some very good opportunities to score but the belief wasn t there and the chances were wasted Tiverton opened the scoring half way through the second half after a defensive mistake let them in to finish very well The second goal was scored as Seaton were pushing for the equaliser Tiverton Yellows played well and deserved to win by 2 goals Christian Solway and Taylor Rooke tried hard and had good games Tiverton Town Whites 5 0 Seaton Town U9s After the first game the Seaton players heads were down and the players looked like they were already enjoying their lunch at macdonalds and this allowed Tiverton Whites to take a 3 0 lead into the break The second half was a lot better from Seaton dispite Tiverton scoring another 2 goals This half Seaton had at least 4 very good opportunities to score but missed them all only getting 1 on target but at least they were back playing football and there was even some smiles on their faces Oscar White had a great game with some excellent tackles Again Tiverton deserved to win but Seaton should have at least scored a few goals Seaton didn t play very well in either games today and both Tiverton teams are very good and deserved their wins Westexe Rangers Matchday Report Westexe Rangers 3 v Brixington Blues 2 Westexe started well with good possession and passing setting up an early strike on goal from Mustaffa Salem which was just wide of the post Brixington put Westexe under pressure but were met with strong defending from Josh Moore and Harrison Ewart Following a fantastic corner from Josh Jacob Brooking was denied by a great save from the Brixington goalie Westexe came close to scoring when Nathan Smith rattled the crossbar but after more Westexe pressure Jacob Brooking scored a fantastic long range strike to put Westexe 1 0 up Westexe started well again and the second goal came from Nathan Smith created by a great pass from Harry Endicott Brixington replied with a goal but Westexe continued on the attack and Harry Endicott scored a deserved 3rd goal Not to be denied Brixgton replied again to pull it back to 3 2 From the resulting kick off Westexe forced a corner from Harry Endicott which Thomas Wood was unlucky to see his shot whistle past the post A great game to watch with Westexe man of the match being Jacob Brooking Westexe Rangers 1 v Exmouth Amateurs 3 Exmouth proved a very strong team forcing goalie Ethan Hare to pull of two great saves Westexe went on the attack and Max Squires was unlucky with his strike that hit the post Not to be denied after a great through ball from Josh Moore this resulted in Max chipping in the ball for Westexe to take the lead Under constant Exmouth attack their first goal was deservedly scored and soon after they took the lead Westexe continued to work very hard with James English contributing some great defensive work Although Exmouth went onto score a third goal Westexe did not allow their heads to drop and nearly pulled a goal back with Thomas Wood running the length of the pitch to put a shot narrowly wide Despite this being Westexes first defeat of the season coach George Ewart was very proud of his players with their never say die attitude

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