Weekend Round Up - 27/28 November
It was a return to EDYL cup action for many of the Crediton Youth FC sides this weekend
The U13’s faced a tough challenge away at Stoke Hill having lost their earlier in the season. Another Rhys Edby hatrick and a goal from Zach Mildon saw them progress to the next round with a 4-2 victory.
Another close game saw the U12’s come out on top 2-1 at home to West Exe Youth. Jake Stagg and Alfie Williams Greenwood getting their goals.
It was a nail biting affair for the U10’s against Moors Youth at Lords Meadow. Missed chances nearly cost them, but a late Casey Philp goal sealed their passage to the next round.
It was mixed fortunes for the U9’s sides. Rangers held their nerve to go through on penalties at Alphington after it ended goalless at full time. Unfortunately, United were overpowered by their guests Brixington Blues.
The U15’s had a new destination and a trip over the border for their league game at Avishayes Combe. The Chard based side were unbeaten, but all that changed when a Ben Harvey goal sent them home with a 1-0 victory.
After a tough run of games, the U14’s picked up their first league points of the season with a 3–1 home win over St Martin’s. Two goals from Ben Betts and a single from Will Cridge gave them a much deserved win. The boys put in a strong performance midweek, in the County Cup, but eventually went out 3-0 to Twyford Spartans. Special thanks must go to Crediton United FC for allowing another big night under the lights.
Another win for the U11’s, as they came out on top against their visitors Central Youth. Dan Cavanagh, Ethan Moore, Henry Wellaway and Jimmy Orchard were on target for them.
The U7’s made their first ever away trip with games at Dawlish. Two narrow defeats did little to dampen their enthusiasm.
No game for the U16’s gave them the opportunity to have a team bonding day on the Big Bank watching Exeter City.
Sunday saw another big game for the U13 girls. Hunter District were their opponents in the County Cup at Lords Meadow. The Crediton girls withheld a lot of pressure before finally conceding the only goal of the game in the later stages against a very good Plymouth side.
The U9 girls who took on a far more experienced Starcross side and recorded their first ever win. Goals from Merryn Eatherley and Sabene Roth completed a great day for them.