New season,new Seaton U10s kit

PUBLISHED: 12:05 14 September 2011

Action between Lympstone Limpets under 10's and Seaton U10 (in green) at the Warren View ground on Saturday morning. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhsp 8763-37-11SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekheraldl.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Action between Lympstone Limpets under 10's and Seaton U10 (in green) at the Warren View ground on Saturday morning. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhsp 8763-37-11SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekheraldl.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Seaton Town Under 10s this weekend started the new season playing in a new league, the Exeter Youth League, with a new sponsor. The team would like to say a very big thank you to G W Meats of Seaton for sponsoring the new team kit this season, writes Anthony Hellier.

Seaton will now play two matches on each weekend they are due to play. Their first match was against Lympstone Lympets. Seaton went into this game unsure of the standard of football they would be up against, however, they played very well and won the game 7-0. There were two goals for the new team captain Edward Kenworthy, two goals each for Reece McCabe and Liam Hughes and one goal for Finley Rooke.

The second match, Seaton played Brixington Blues, this game was much tougher with the first half finishing 0-0. Finley Rooke snatched a goal midway through the second half to give Seaton the lead, however, Brixington managed to equalise. Alfie Tucker-Vincent made a great last minute save to keep the final score 1-1.

This was a fantastic start to the new season and new league, well done to the whole team.


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