Weekend Round Up - 16/17 October
Updated: Nov 15, 2021
Saturday saw the return of cup action to Lords Meadow, with the home spectators treated to plenty of goals again.
Crediton Youth U9’s Rangers had a fine win over Feniton, with their goals coming from a William Manns hatrick, Jacob Jones and Will Mullen.
The U10’s entertained Ottery St Mary, in a rather one sided affair. There goals being shared out between Archie Crosbie, Casey Philp, Daniel Southall, Freddie Peake, Jayden Saunders, Oliver Brimilcombe, Oliver Wilk and Ryan Ebdy.
Cranbrook Youth were the U11’s opponents. The game ended three apiece, with the home sides goals coming through George Strawson, Josh Poole, and Spencer Baxter, but unfortunately they went out on penalties.
The U13’s easily progressed to the next round with a very comfortable victory over Central Hawks. Leading the goal scoring with a double hatrick was Rhys Edby, Hayden Leach with four, another three for Oliver Baker and Alexander Crosbie, Harry Norman and Zach Mildon also amongst the goals.
On the travels, Crediton Youth U9 United made it through to the next round with a solid result away at West Hill. Leading the goals with four was Joseph Charlesworth and singles from Jacob Sweeney and Oliver Dallyn. West Hill kindly agreed to play a friendly afterwards, which saw another Crediton win. There was a special moment as Thomas Edworthy got his first goal for the club adding to goals from Jacob Sweeney and Russell Wise.
It was the long journey to Axminster for the U12’s. But the journey home was much sweeter after an 8-0 victory. Hatricks from Billy Dymond and Seb Roche with singles from Fletcher Clark and Thomas Harris.
There was little joy on the road for the U14’s away at one of the cup favourites Topsham Town, going down 4-0. The U16’s faired little better on the wrong side of a 3-0 result at Sidmouth Town.
Sunday saw a U10’s Development Side entertain Stoke Hill. Archie Crosbie, Elliot Fee and Noah Wright on target in their victory.
The U11 girls travelled to Torquay United Community Sports Blues. They clocked up their fourth straight victory. Their goals being shared between, Gracie Clements, Lexi Mullen and Maddie Richards. Player of the Match going to Gracie Clements, with a special mention to Annabel Schuster, who was outstanding on her debut.
Later that afternoon, a group of around seventy five Crediton Youth coaches, parents and players made the journey into St James Park for the Devon County Woman’s Premier Cup tie between Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle. The group helped form part of a record breaking crowd of 1380 spectators for a City ladies game. They were treated to a cracking game of football which ended one apiece with Exeter City winning the tie on penalties. Ex Crediton Youth player Jess Sandland, was part of the City side.