Honiton Terrors Under-11s in thrilling game at Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 22:04 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 22:04 27 October 2014

Honiton Terrors Under-11s were involved in a thrilling match at Lyme Regis that saw edged out by the odd goal in nine.

Lyme began brightly, but found Terrors defenders James Pring and Jacob Fisher in good form.

The home side took a two-goal lead before Dominic McCreadie halved the deficit. Jospeh Charlton and Ben Lapping were industrious, but Lyme netted again before the half ended with a quick-fire brace from McCreadie that saw the sides into the break at 3-3. Lyme regained the lead in the second half, and might have added more, but for some splendid saves by Harry Horn.

A fifth Lyme goal did not see the devils heads drop and they scored a fourth through Elliot Holdsworth before time ran out on their brave bid to get something for the efforts.

Team boss mark Fisher said: “I could not be prouder of the team. What spirit and courage, they deserve so much credit.”

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