A Mixed Bag
Updated: Feb 13, 2022
The surprise result of the weekend had to be Crediton Youth U10’s cup quarter final victory over Stoke Hill Colts. Having lost heavily to them in the league the day before, they tore up the form book and beat the Exeter based side in the rearranged fixture at Lords Meadow the following day. Goals from Oliver Brimilcombe and Ryan Ebdy capped a superb all round performance from the side.
Not so fortunate were the U9 Rangers who went into their cup quarter final away at Central Tornadoes probably as the underdogs. Despite putting in a tremendous performance and ending full time at one apiece courtesy of a Finn Moore goal, they eventually lost out on penalties.
The U16’s were away at Alphington and a below par performance saw them fall to a 6–1 defeat.
There was frustration for the U15’s who are still to play in 2022. They opponents withdrew from the league in midweek leaving them with no fixture. The U13’s saw their game at Exeter Panthers also get cancelled as their opponents had Covid issues.
The U11’s came away from Central with a comfortable victory. Doubles from Daniel Cavanagh and Jimmy Orchard with Jack Daniel Singleton and Will Hopkins completing their goal tally.
It was one win and one defeat for the U10’s at home to Stoke Hill Colts and Aces. Their goals coming from Daniel Southall, Oliver Brimilcombe, Oliver Wilk and Ryan Ebdy.
Back to winning ways for the U13 girls who put nine past Twyford Spartans without reply. Hatricks for Chloe Curtis and Ruby Turner, two from Evie Lewis and Amy Lockyer completed their goal scoring.
The U11 girls lost their unbeaten record away at Exmouth United. Agonisingly beaten by the odd goal. The Exmouth keeper in excellent form and a few major decisions going against them did not help their cause. On target for them was Gracie Clements and Gracie Pugsley. Player of the match went to Lexi Mullen