Feniton Under-13s march on after victory over Exeter Panthers


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Feniton Under-13s made it four games without defeat this season with a deserved success born out of a solid all-round show against Exeter Panthers.

Thomas Kirsch fired Feniton into an early lead and that was doubled by the midway mark of the first half by Frazer Moran.

After the break the Exeter side struck back from the penalty spot, but the two-goal advantage was swiftly restored thanks to an excellent finish from Treeve Harris. Young Harris has made quite a start to his footballing life – this was only the second game he had ever played in!

The win sees Feniton into the lofty heights of second place in the table.

Feniton manager David Grimshaw said: “Four without defeat – we are living the dream! Everyone worked their socks off and the boys now see that you can get out of a game what you put in and they put plenty in today!”

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