Seaton U16s put their skills on show

PUBLISHED: 09:30 28 January 2009 | UPDATED: 22:58 15 June 2010

Seaton Town s under-16 side got revenge over the side who knocked them out of last year's under-15s' competition when they beat Braunton Wanderers 6-1 at Colyford Road.

Seaton Town's under-16 side got revenge over the side who knocked them out of last year's under-15s' competition when they beat Braunton Wanderers 6-1 at Colyford Road on Sunday afternoon to book a place in the last four of the County Cup.Robbie Fellingham (2), Miles Alphonse, Steven Mills, Adam Speak and centre half Charlie Sweetland, got the goals that take the Town youngsters to just one game away from a final at Home Park, Plymouth.Town first team boss Mark Watkins was at Colyford Road to cast his eye over three of the side who play on a regular basis in his side. He also saw the next of the club's youngsters who reach the magical age of 16 and so qualify by age to play in the Town senior sides - Charlie Sweetland.Watkins said: "Sweetland did well and I am looking forward to seeing him step up into the senor ranks which I gather happens early next month. We are very fortunate to have such an excellent crop of youngsters at the club.


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