Millwey U8s enjoy first home league clash
13:09 24 October 2012
Millwey Rise U8s 2, Central FC 6
On their first ever home league game, Rise started out slowly against a strong Central team and went down to a few early goals, but fought back to 3-2 before finally losing 6-2 after battling hard, with Central proving too strong in the end. Scorers were Tyler Dibling and Noah al-Sedani. Man of the match was Dylan Bebbington
MIllwey Rise U8s 11, Central Fc 2
Millwey put the first game behind them and sprung to life with some excellent passing moves ending with a flurry of goals.
It was a great team effort and there were a few first time scorers: Owen Enticott, 2, Owen Dibling,1, Noah Al-sedani,3, Dylan Bebbington,1, Tyler Dibling, 4. Man of the Match was Noah Al-sedani. Great team support by parents and club members alike.
Colyton FC Cobras U11s 7,
Cullompton Crusaders 3.
It says much for the confidence and determination to improve of Cobras that, on a day when they scored seven goals, the boys voted their goalkeeper Harry Shaw Man of the Match.
They took the lead with Jake Sweetland continuing his knack of scoring the first goal. Cullompton equalised after a quick break from Cobras’ corner. Harry Shaw had to make a few timely saves until Max Hawkins scored two goals in quick succession to give the Cobras a half time lead of 3-1 . After disciplined play from the whole defence, Cobras really turned up the heat .Matt Patmore, Will Briant, 2, and Jesse Adlam were the second half scorers.
scored a long range free kick and Will Briant was revelling in his
striking position and tormented the opposition defence with every
run .He added two more goals and another from Jesse Adlam completed the
game The game was over and The Cobras have another result to give them
confidence that they should fear no one . If they can continue to improve in
training and grow in confidence ,there will be more days like this .
Man of the Match - Harry Shaw
EXETER & DYFL U11s Division 2
Seaton Town Under 11s went top of the league after beating previous leaders Cullompton Rangers 6-3, writes Anthony Hellier.
Cullompton put pressure on the Seaton defence and were awarded an early penalty for a foul, which they scored to lead 1-0. Seaton put in another fantastic performance with Edward Kenworthy scoring a hat-trick of first half goals to lead 3-1 at half time, Alfie Tucker-Vincent also made a great first half save to deny Cullompton a goal and William Hellier put in a strong performance in central defence.
In the second half Seaton saw Alfie Bullmore score two goals and claim a third after his shot was deflected into the net by a Cullompton defender and led 6-1 midway through the second half, Seaton t made some substitutions towards the end of the match and conceded two late goals.
A very good whole team performance with Man of the Match going to William Hellier, Seaton now go top of the Under 11’s Division 2.
oniton Town u10s 4, Culm Sampford 2
Honiton Town U10s 2, Kentisbeare 2
Honiton Town Under 10s travelled to Uffculme for their latest games against Culm Sampford Leopards and Kentisbeare, writes Stuart Ward.
In the first match versus the Leopards, Honiton, with Dave Rose in charge due to Stuart Ward’s absence, took the game to their opponents and a fantastic performance saw them celebrate their first victory with a 4-2 win. Caleb Freemantle led the way with a hat-trick, with the other goal coming from Laura-Beth Outram. Dave Rose gave thanks to Matthew Costanilla and Devon Walcott for strong defensive play.
Game 2 against Kentisbeare saw Honiton again lead through two Ben Spence goals but they unfortunately shipped two late strikes as the match ended in a draw. Players to stand out were Spence and Freemantle.
Honiton Youth u8s v Whipton A and B (0-6) and (6-0)
Honiton were well off the pace against Whipton A writes Garry Osborne.
Despite good goalkeeping from Isaac Lidster they found themselves fighting an uphill battle and can thank great defending from Jack Bevan and Jacob England for preventing more goals.
Honiton then faced Whipton B. Despite starting slowly, they took the lead after 10 minutes with a great strike from Jacob England. Soon Harry Smith scored a second from short range. After the break Honiton were soon 4-0 up with another great goal from Jacob England and an own goal after some great work by Harvey Hayson. Isaac Lidster added two more with great strikes.
Players of the day were Jacob England, Isaac Lidster and Jack Bevan for their great team play and hard work. It was one of those days when Honiton were not at their best but the team will learn from it.