Enjoying their football

PUBLISHED: 10:00 12 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:36 15 June 2010

Feniton FC U7s celebrate

Feniton FC U7s celebrate

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Feniton FC U7's unbeaten run continued with a match against Seaton that was more entertaining than the 0-0 scoreline suggests.

Feniton'FC U7's unbeaten run continued with a match against Seaton that was more entertaining than the scoreline suggests. The home team played some great passing football and Seaton B had some good chances on the break. Jake Burgess was denied three times by the excellent Seaton keeper and Feniton's Tom Jeacock hit the post. Feniton's man of the match was Jake Burgess who worked hard all match and deserved a goal.Feniton got back to winning ways with a great performance at Warren View against Exmouth Amateurs. Adam Tomkins opened the scoring after intercepting a goal kick inside five minutes. Joe Palmer got Feniton's second with a shot from just inside the area before Matt Venton scored the goal of the game with a well-struck free kick. Tomkins then scored three more for the visitors before half time, the last being the pick of the bunch, a mazy run finished with a fine strike. The second half was much more even, with Feniton having to work hard in defence. The visitors' seventh and last came from a break, Will Bennett sprinting the length of the pitch before hammering it home. Feniton's man of the match was Tom Laurence-King for tireless work in midfield.


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