Feniton facing a lot of matches in final few weeks of campaign

PUBLISHED: 10:17 26 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:17 26 March 2018


Feniton’s Macron League top flight game at Cronies on the penultimate Saturday of March was one of many matches in the Macron League to be postponed.

It all means that Fenny now must play their remaining dozen Premier Division matches in a period of around 42 days.

Feniton have dates for 11 of those final games – and they show Saturday games through April with a trip to Exmouth Town Reserves on Saturday (March 31), followed by an Acland Park meeting with Seaton, a trip to Clyst Valley and then a home game with Cronies on April 21.

That visit from Cronies looks set to be the final Saturday game of the campaign for Fenny, who play their final six matches away from a traditional Saturday match day. They have home midweek evening games against Newton St Cyres (April 23), Hatherleigh (April 25) and Clyst Valley (April 1) before a midweek evening trip to Heavitree United (May 3) and then make the short trip to Seaton Town for a May Day bank holiday (May 7) meeting and then travel to Upottery on May 11.

The Fenny run-in does currently mean they will play five games in 10 days and that period could prove crucial in their bid to avoid finishing in a bottom three berth.

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